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Isaac Haxton Takes Commanding Lead Into Final Day of Super High Roller Bowl VIII Poker
Mrinal Gujare
Posted on 30 Sep, 2023
By Mrinal Gujare
On 30 Sep, 2023
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By Mrinal Gujare
On 30 Sep, 2023
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Isaac Haxton Takes Commanding Lead Into Final Day Of SHRB VIII


Six players remain and only four will make the money in Super High Roller Bowl VIII, and it’s Isaac Haxton with a commanding chip lead entering Saturday’s final day of play. Up top for the winner awaits a prize of $2,760,000 and the prestigious Super High Roller Bowl diamond ring, and Haxton has more than half of the chips in play. Haxton is looking for his second Super High Roller Bowl title after winning Super High Roller Bowl V in 2018 for $3,672,000.

Haxton will be joined by Chris Brewer, Jason Koon, Stephen Chidwick, Bryn Kenney, and Andrew Lichtenberger on the third and final day, with Lichtenberger bringing up the rear as the shortest stack remaining. The final six players are still two spots off the money, with a sixth-place min-cash worth $600,000.


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Super High Roller Bowl VIII Day 2 Chip Counts

  1. Isaac Haxton – 3,005,000
  2. Chris Brewer – 845,000
  3. Jason Koon – 700,000
  4. Stephen Chidwick – 635,000
  5. Bryn Kenney – 445,000
  6. Andrew Lichtenberger – 370,000

All days of Super High Roller Bowl VIII are livestreaming on PokerGO.com. Players are scheduled to return for Day 3 on Saturday, September 30, at 12 p.m. PT, with the PokerGO livestream beginning at 1 p.m. PT.

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With 20 entries, Super High Roller Bowl VIII generated a $6,000,000 prize pool. Up top for the eventual winner is a first-place payday of $2,760,000. Second place is worth $1,680,000, and third place is worth $960,000. The top four spots will make the money, with a min-cash worth double the buy-in at $600,000.

What Is the Super High Roller Bowl?

The Super High Roller Bowl (SHRB) is an ultra-high-stakes poker tournament known to attract some of the game’s biggest names in the game. The first-ever Super High Roller Bowl took place in 2015. To date, Super High Roller Bowl events have awarded more than $162,000,000 in prize money. Super High Roller Bowl winners have earned more than $59,000,000 in prize money combined. The Super High Roller Bowl is part of the PokerGO Tour (PGT), with in-the-money finishers earning PGT leaderboard points.

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