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Super High Roller Bowl: Which Players Have Won This Title? Poker
Mrinal Gujare
Posted on 15 Sep, 2023
By Mrinal Gujare
On 15 Sep, 2023
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By Mrinal Gujare
On 15 Sep, 2023
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Super High Roller Bowl: Which Players Have Won This Title?


The much awaited Super High Roller Bowl (SHRB) returns once again and will run from 28th to 30th September 2023. This poker tournament will be hosted in ARIA Resort and Casino in Las Vegas. 

The tournament is in its eighth edition and will see some of the top pros participate. This popular tournament began in 2015 and has been gaining steam since then. 

With every passing year this poker event kept gaining solid ground in the poker circuit and now sees the who’s who signing up for the Super High Roller Bowl.

While we all are looking forward to seeing who gets crowned champion this time around, let’s take a look at the past winners of Super High Roller Bowl VIII. 

Super High Roller Bowl Winners List

Brian Rast – July 2015

In the year 2015, the tournament saw Brian Rast ship the event for a sum of $7,525,000. The runner-up in this event was Scott Seiver. The second place finisher took home a pay cheque of $5,160,000. Here, Rast’s A9s were up against pocket fives, and Rast sailed through to win the game. The final table of this event also had players like David Peters and Erik Seidel. With a buy-in of $500K, there were 43 players in the field. The top seven players got paid from a prize pool worth $21,500,000. 

Rainer Kempe – May 2016 

The May 2016 edition of the SHRB saw Rainer Kempe win the tournament. He had a payday of $5,000,000. German pro Fedor Holz was the runner-up. He added a sum of $3,500,000. With a total prize pool of $15,000,000 on the line, the top seven players got paid impressive sums in payouts. Kempe emerged victorious from a field of 49 with his pocket eights busting pocket twos in the final hand.

Christoph Vogelsang – May 2017

In May 2017, Christoph Vogelsang beat alleged poker cheater Jake Schindler. Vogelsang won the final hand with T7o against Schindler’s J8s. The tournament saw 56 entries battle it out for the top prize from a final prize pool of $16,800,000. The $300K buy-in event saw Schindler take home $3,600,000 in prize money. The top seven players grabbed a piece of that enticing prize pool. Justin Bonomo was the player who took the 7th spot for $600K.


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Justin Bonomo – March and May 2018

Justin Bonomo was once the number one player on the All Time Money List, but then came Bryn Kenney who took that spot away. But in March 2018, Bonomo shipped the Super High Roller Bowl China title for $4,821,516. 

The final prize pool of $18,542,370 was shared by the top seven players. The runner-up was former Tennis player turned poker pro Patrik Antonius. He had a payday of $3,152,434 for his second place finish. The 2016 SHRB champ Rainer Kempe was the second runner-up for $2,039,806. 

Bonomo once again came back in May 2018 to win the SRBH title. He took home the top prize worth $5,000,000. Bonomo’s pocket nines beat Daniel Negreanu’s 87o. 

DNegs added $3,000,000 to his bankroll for his runner-up finish. A total of 48 entries generated a final prize pool of $14,400,000. The top seven players who got paid had names like Jason Koon, Nick Petrangelo, Stephen Chidwick and Mikita Badziakouski. 

Isaac Haxton – December 2018

The American pro Isaac Haxton who’s 11th on the All Time Money List shipped the SHRB and had a payday of $3,672,000. Another well-known pro, Alex Foxen came second for $2,160,000. 36 entries slogged hard for a prize pool of $10,800,000. Top seven players took a piece of this grand prize pool. Some pros like Stephen Chidwick, Ali Imsirovic and Adrian Mateos also made it in the money. 


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Michael Addamo – December 2021

Australian poker pro Michael Addamo nailed this coveted title for a sum of $3,402,000. The runner-up was Bonomo who has an impeccable record at the Super High Roller Bowl. A prize pool of  $6,300,000 was shared by the top three players. 21 entries had a slugfest and Addamo won the tourney. The runner-up and third place was claimed by Bonomo and Sean Winter. 

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Daniel Negreanu – October 2022

The massively popular poker pro, Daniel Negreanu nailed the SHRB title in October 2022 like a gangster. He came, he saw and he conquered. DNegs took home a pay cheque of $3,312,000 from a final prize pool of $7,200,000. The tournament had 24 entries and top four players were paid. The event found its runner-up in Nick Petrangelo. This player received a prize money of  $2,016,000. Bonomo finished fourth in this event and Andrew Lichtenberger took the third spot.

Who do you think will win the upcoming SHRB event? An established pro or a lesser known player will grab the prestigious title. 

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