Negreanu, Hellmuth Amongst 30 Confirmed Super High Roller Bowl Players

Super High Roller Bowl

The 2018 Super High Roller Bowl, running May 27 - 30 in the ARIA Las Vegas and live reported on PokerNews, had 61 players sign up by making the $30,000 non-refundable deposit for the $300,000 event.

With just 48 seats available for the Super High Roller Bowl, a lottery system was in place to determine the first 30 players allowed to buy-in.

Last night, live streamed on PokerGO, Ali Nejad hosted the lottery along with Daniel Negreanu, Phil Hellmuth, ARIA’s Head of Poker Operations Sean McCormack, ARIA's Tournament Director Paul Campbell.

Phil Hellmuth and Daniel Negreanu both saw their names come out of the tombola. Former SHRB champions Brian Rast (2015, $7,525,000) and Christoph Vogelsang (2017, $6,000,000) are also in again, making 2016 winner Rainer Kempe ($5,000,000) the only former champion not to get in directly.

A total of 11 players are in for the first time:

  • Adrian Mateos
  • Andeas Eiler
  • Arne Ruge
  • John Andress
  • Kahle Burns
  • Keith Tilston
  • Markus Dürnegger
  • Nick Petrangelo
  • Nikita Bodyakovskiy
  • Sergio Aido

According to PokerCentral's release, Jan-Eric Schwippert is now the only player to get snubbed twice, having indicated he wanted to play both last year and this year but getting unlucky both times.

Some big names did not see their names drawn, including Fedor Holz, Antonio Esfandiari, Tony G, and Joe McKeehen. A total of 31 players deposited the $30,000 in time but did not see their names drawn in last night's lottery. These players get their $30,000 deposit back but still have a shot at entering the event as there are still two options to get in:

  1. There are 16 seats to be assigned by ARIA at their discretion.
  2. There are 2 seats to be won in a $10,000 satellite to be held on May 26th.

Signed Up for the Super High Roller Bowl

The following 30 poker players have secured a seat in the 2018 SHRB, given that they wire the remaining $270,000 before the event starts:

Adrian MateosSpainIgor KurganovRussia
Andreas EilerGermanyIsaac HaxtonUnited States
Andrew LichtenbergerUnited StatesJohn AndressUnited States
Andrew RoblUnited StatesJustin BonomoUnited States
Arne RugeGermanyKahle BurnsAustralia
Ben TollereneUnited StatesKathy LehneUnited States
Brian RastUnited StatesKeith TilstonUnited States
Byron KavermanUnited StatesKoray AldemirGermany
Cary KatzUnited StatesMarkus DürneggerGermany
Christian ChristnerGermanyNick PetrangeloUnited States
Christoph VogelsangGermanyMikita BadziakouskiBelarus
Dan ShakUnited StatesPhil HellmuthUnited States
Daniel NegreanuCanadaSergio AidoSpain
David PetersUnited StatesStephen ChidwickUnited Kingdom
Erik SeidelUnited StatesTalal ShakerchiUnited Kingdom
Negreanu, Hellmuth Amongst 30 Confirmed Super High Roller Bowl Players 101

Not Picked in the Super High Roller Bowl Lottery

The following 31 players deposited the $30,000, but did not get in via the lottery:

Antanas GuogaLithuaniaJan-Eric SchwippertGermany
Antonio EsfandiariUnited StatesJason KoonUnited States
Aymon HataUnited KingdomJoe McKeehenUnited States
Benjamin PollakFranceJohannes BeckerGermany
Bill PerkinsUnited StatesJulian ThomasGermany
Brandon AdamsUnited StatesManig LoeserGermany
Bryn KenneyUnited StatesPatrick LeonardUnited Kingdom
Dan CatesUnited StatesRainer KempeGermany
Dan SmithUnited StatesSam SoverelUnited States
Dennis BliedenUnited StatesSean WinterUnited States
Dietrich FastGermanySeth DaviesUnited States
Dominik NitscheGermanyStefan SchillhabelGermany
Doug PolkUnited StatesSteffen SontheimerGermany
Fedor HolzGermanyThomas MuehloeckerAustria
Jake SchindlerUnited StatesTobias ZieglerGermany
  Tom MarcheseUnited States
  • The first 30 players confirmed to be playing the 2018 Super High Roller Bowl

  • Fedor Holz, Tony G amongst players not picked in the Super High Roller Bowl lottery

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