Ali Imsirovic Leads Super High Roller Bowl Online; $1.7m for the Winner

The field is the fourth-biggest in Super High Roller Bowl history, generating a prize pool of $5,000,000 with Ali Imsirovic lead

After almost eight-and-a-half hours of play, just 13 players remain in the Super High Roller Bowl Online on partypoker.

The field of 50 players - the fourth-biggest in Super High Roller Bowl history - generated a prize pool of $5,000,000, beating the guarantee by $2,000,000. The winner will take home $1,775,000 and the SHRB Championship Ring.

A late surge by Super High Roller Bowl London runner-up Ali Imsirovic (2,226,009) denied David Peters (2,107,400) the overnight chip lead. Peters had held the lead for much of the day, but will have to come from behind if he's going to take down the title.

Peters and Imsirovic are the only two players over two million in chips ahead of Jonathan van Fleet, Linus Loeliger and Dan Shak.

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Remaining Players

Here are the remaining 13 players in the $102,000 Super High Roller Bowl Online:

RankPlayerCountryChip Count
1Ali ImsirovicMexico2,226,009
2David PetersCosta Rica2,107,400
3Jonathan van FleetCanada1,628,488
4Linus LoeligerAustria1,605,617
5Dan ShakPoland1,523,954
6Pauli AyrasFinland1,509,747
7Sam GreenwoodCanada892,167
8Justin BonomoCanada821,421
9Orpen KisackicogluUnited Kingdom739,634
10Sergi ReixachUnited Kingdom592,751
11Michael AddamoUnited Kingdom573,743
12Alex FoxenCanada420,329
13Darrell GohUnited Kingdom358,740

Note: Flags correspond to those shown on partypoker. These may not correspond to a players actual nationality

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Four former Super High Roller Bowl champions were eliminated today, with Daniel Dvoress (SHRB Bahamas), Christoph Vogelsang (SHRB III), Isaac Haxton (SHRB V) and Timothy Adams (SHRB Australia & SHRB Sochi) all falling short of Day 2.

That leaves Justin Bonomo (SHRB China & SHRB IV) the only former champion in contention when play resumes at 19:00 BST on June 2nd.

Super High Roller Bowl Online Payouts


Super High Roller Online Day 1 Recap

By the end of the first level, the field was already up to 40 players with reigning WSOP Main Event champion Hossein Ensan leading after making a flush against Pavel Veksler.

Veksler would become the first elimination of the day at the hands of Darrell Goh. Other early eliminations included Stephen Chidwick, Mikita Badziakouski, Kahle Burns, Adrian Mateos, and partypoker Ambassador Kristen Bicknell.

David Peters

During the early part of the day, the chip lead changed hands on numerous occasions, but ultimately it was David Peters (pictured) who took control in sensational fashion. After eliminating Chris Hunichen, Chi Zhang and Andras Nemeth in the space of an hour, he moved up to two million in chips, more than double second-in-chips Sam Greenwood at the time.

Ensan was a high-profile elimination after registration closed, who flopped a flush when all-in against Dan Shak, only for Shak to go runner-runner to make a full house and eliminate Ensan. Also eliminated after registration closed were Artur Martirosian, Thomas Boivin, Dan Smith, Matthias Eibinger and Seth Davies.

Peters still led with 24 and 16 players remaining, but found his chip lead under threat with two tables remaining as both Sam Greenwood and Ali Imsirovic caught up to him.

Wiktor Malinowski, Ben Sulsky and Jason Koon were the last three eliminations of the day, and ultimately it was Imsirovic who got his nose ahead of Peters and will return in the lead with 13 players remaining.

Previous Super High Roller Bowl Tournaments

I$500,00043Brian Rast$7,525,000
II$300,00049Rainer Kempe$5,000,000
III$300,00056Christoph Vogelsang$6,000,000
ChinaHK$2.1M75Justin BonomoHK$37.83M (~$4.8M)
IV$300,00048Justin Bonomo$5,000,000
V$300,00036Isaac Haxton$3,672,000
London£250,00012Cary Katz£2,100,000 (~$2.6M)
Bahamas$250,00051Daniel Dvoress$4,080,000
AustraliaAU$250,00016Timothy AdamsAU$2,160,000
Sochi$250,00040Timothy Adams$3,600,000
Online$102,00050 $1,775,000
  • David Peters, Dan Shak, Justin Bonomo, Michael Addamo and Alex Foxen are all still in contention

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