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Timofey Kuznetsov Crushes Day 1 of 2016 Super High Roller Bowl To Lead 35 Survivors

Timofey Kuznetsov crushed Day 1 of 2016 Super High Roller Bowl to lead 35 survivors.

Scott Seiver Eliminated By Fedor Holz

Fedor Holz raised to 6,000 from middle position, Bill Perkins called from the cutoff, Scott Seiver called from the button, Nick Petrangelo called from the small blind, and Dan Shak called from the big blind.

Seiver Doubles Through Kaverman

Picking up the action after the turn of a board with about 87,000 in the pot, Byron Kaverman checked from the big blind and Scott Seiver bet 27,000 from the hijack.

Just The Nuts

Bill Perkins, Scott Seiver and Nick Petrangelo went three ways to a flop with Petrangelo on the button. Perkins led for 3,500 and only Seiver made the call.

Live Coverage of $300,000 Super High Roller Bowl at ARIA Starts Today

The $300,000 buy-in Super High Roller Bowl at the ARIA Resort & Casino starts today! Stay with PokerNews for live coverage from start-to-finish.

$300,000 Super High Roller Bowl Kicks Off Sunday at ARIA, $5 Million to the Winner

The $300,000 buy-in Super High Roller Bowl at the ARIA Resort & Casino starts this Sunday, and PokerNews will be on hand with coverage from start-to-finish.

Finding a Million-Dollar Strategy for Picking the Super High Roller Bowl Winners

You can win $1 million by picking the top seven -- in order -- in this year's $300K Super High Roller Bowl. What's the strategy for picking the final seven?

2016 Spring Championship of Online Poker Produces Record-Setting Prize Pools

The 2016 Spring Championship of Online Poker wrapped up this week on PokerStars and set new records.

Talal “raidalot” Shakerchi Wins the 2016 SCOOP Main Event for $1,468,000

Talal "raidalot" Shakerchi won the 2016 PokerStars Spring Championship Of Online Poker Main Event for $1,468,000.

Poker Central $300,000 Super High Roller Bowl To Air Live on CBS Sports Network

Poker Central $300,000 Super High Roller Bowl to air live on CBS Sports Network.

Another Deep-Stacked Cash War: Scott Seiver vs. Dan Colman

Mo Nuwwarah breaks down a huge Super High Roller Cash Game hand in which Dan Colman has to try to find a fold with pocket aces versus Scott Seiver.

Steve O'Dwyer's Clay Poker Dolls are Real and Here to Stay

How do you measure a player's success? Some say it's the titles, some think it's the money won. Some other, however, are talking about clay dolls.

Seiver Doubles Through McKeehen

Scott Seiver may have fallen on hard times since we last saw him, as he was all in for 17,500 when we arrived at his table. He held the and was at risk against Joe McKeehen's .

Oops, He Did It Again: O'Dwyer Wins 2016 PCA Single-Day $50K High Roller for $945K

Steve O'Dwyer topped a field of 80 entrants to win the 2016 PCA Single-Day $50,000 High Roller for $945,495.

Scott Seiver Eliminated in 10th Place ($96,500)

Ivan Luca put everyone behind him at risk with a shove in the cutoff, and Scott Seiver thought briefly before calling off his minuscule stack.

High Rollers Are Not For the Faint of Heart

Steve O'Dwyer just doubled up on the bubble, and he theatrically reached for his heart after winning a massive coin flip.

Here Comes the $100K Super High Roller Champ

With around 150,000 in the pot and a flop of , Scott Seiver checked from the small blind and Bryn Kenney bet 84,000 from the big. Seiver thought for a bit before moving all in, and Kenney snap-called off for 458,000 total.

Kenney & Seiver Chop Up Clark's Stack

Zachary Clark raised to 130,000 from the button, which was about half his stack. Scott Seiver then three-bet all in for 377,000 from the small blind, and Bryn Kenney four-bet all in over the top.

Seiver Stays Alive

Scott Seiver moved all in for 176,000 from the button and Nick Petrangelo called from the big blind. Petrangelo: Seiver: Seiver had kicker problems, but he had reason to hope when the flop delivered him a flush draw.

Seiver Takes One From Dvoress

Scott Seiver raised from the button to 2,500 and Daniel Dvoress three-bet to 8,000 from the small blind. The flop came down and Dvoress check-called 9,500. On the turn the hit and Dvoress check again, after which Seiver bet 19,000.

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