The first-ever $100,000 buy-in Super High Roller Bowl PLO is down to the final table of seven from the field of 38 entries, and it’s Isaac Haxton in the lead. Much like he did coming into the final table of Super High Roller Bowl VIII last month, Haxton takes a commanding chip lead into the final day of play of a six-figure buy-in PokerGO Tour (PGT) event.
Joining Haxton at Wednesday’s final table are Jared Bleznick, Stephen Chidwick, Chino Rheem, Isaac Kempton, Frank Crivello, and Aaron Katz. The final seven players are all guaranteed a $152,000 payday, but it’s the $1,292,000 first-place prize and championship ring they’re chasing.
Daniel Negreanu was eliminated on the money bubble, falling in eighth place at the hands of Jared Bleznick in set-over-set fashion.
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Seat 1: Frank Crivello – 800,000
Seat 2: Chino Rheem – 1,100,000
Seat 3: Jared Bleznick – 1,965,000
Seat 4: Stephen Chidwick – 1,360,000
Seat 5: Aaron Katz – 680,000
Seat 6: Isaac Haxton – 4,495,000
Seat 7: Isaac Kempton – 995,000
Super High Roller Bowl: Pot-Limit Omaha is a high-stakes buy-in pot-limit Omaha event. The tournament has a $100,000 buy-in and became the largest buy-in pot-limit Omaha tournament in poker history when it first launched in 2023. Super High Roller Bowl PLO is part of the PokerGO Tour® (PGT®).
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