2022 888poker XL Winter Series

Triton Poker and Super High Roller Series Join Forces for Bumper High Roller Schedule

Triton Poker Super High Roller Series

Last year saw the return of live poker on a global scale and the events keep on coming in 2022. It has been announced that two High Roller series are to take place in March this year for two weeks of non-stop high stakes tournament action.

Triton Poker and PokerGO's Super High Roller Series have teamed up to run several events that lead into Super High Roller Series Russia presented by Luxon Pay.

Two No-Limit Hold'em and two Short Deck events are taking place under the Triton Poker umbrella. The Super High Roller Series will also feature the aforementioned poker variants as well several Pot-Limit Omaha events.

In total, there are a 14 tournaments on offer across the two series however most eyes will be on the $250,000 Super High Roller Bowl Russia Main Event. The Super High Roller Bowl tournaments have become some of the most anticipated events in the poker calendar as they attract the world's best players as well dishing out millions in prize money.

The combined series runs from March 1-15 with all events taking place at Casino Sochi in Russia. All events on the schedule qualify for the PokerGo Tour for which the standings can be found here.

Triton Poker Sochi and Super High Roller Series Russia Full Schedule

DateEventBuy-InStarting Stack
Tue, March 1Triton Poker Sochi Event #1: 6-Max NL Hold’em$50,000200,000
Wed, March 2Triton Poker Sochi Event #2: 8-Max NL Hold’em$100,000200,000
Frid, March 4Triton Poker Sochi Event #3: Short Deck Hold’em$75,000300,000
Sat, March 5Triton Poker Sochi Event #5: Short Deck Hold’em$125,000300,000
Sun, March 6SHRS Russia Event #1: Pot-Limit Omaha$25,000125,000
Mon, March 7SHRS Russia Event #2: NL Hold’em$25,000125,000
Tue, March 8SHRS Russia Event #3: Short Deck Hold’em$50,000300,000
Wed, March 9SHRS Russia Event #4: Pot-Limit Omaha$25,000125,000
Thu, March 10SHRS Russia Event #5: NL Hold’em$50,000150,000
Fri, March 11SHRS Russia Event #6: Short Deck Hold’em$100,000300,000
Sat, March 12Super High Roller Bowl Russia$250,000250,000
Sat, March 12SHRS Russia Event #7: Pot-Limit Omaha$25,000125,000
Sun, March 13SHRS Russia Event #8: NL Hold’em$50,000150,000
Mon, March 14SHRS Russia Event #9: NL Hold’em$50,000150,000

Triton Poker Bali Postponed

Triton Poker Bali postponed

The news comes off of the postponement the Triton Super High Roller Series in Bali. Due to run from February 17 - March 1, the 13-day poker festival had 11 high stakes events scheduled with the $200,000 NLH Main Event and $200,000 Short Deck Main Event being the highlights. However, with concerns surrounding the Omicron variant the decision was made to delay the series.

Andy Wong, CEO of Triton Poker Series said: “We’ve been incredibly humbled by the interest our first 2022 event of the season has garnered, however disappointed that current circumstances impedes us from hosting and broadcasting the live Bali tournament. The health and safety of our players, partners, and team is always a priority and we look forward to returning to host these exclusive live tournaments to our audiences anytime, anywhere with the high-level poker entertainment,”

SHRB Europe & SHRB VI

The Super High Roller Series returned to the live felt last summer with the Super High Roller Bowl Europe. Taking place at the Merit Royal Hotel & Casino in North Cyprus, the ten event festival generated a whopping $27,650,000 in prize money and saw the likes of Phil Ivey and Tony G walk away with tournament victories.

Wiktor Malinowksi was the big winner after he secured his first live tournament win in the $250,000 Super High Roller Bowl Europe Main Event for $3,690,000.

A month later, Michael Addamo scooped the Super High Roller Bowl VI title for $3,402,000. The Australian topped a 21-entry field and beat Justin Bonomo in heads up play.

Addamo had an incredible 2021 and captured five High Roller titles in a three-month period. Not only did he add over $8 million to his all time live earnings, he also picked up two World Series of Poker gold bracelets as well as the 2021 Poker Masters purple jacket.

Previous Super High Roller Bowl Winners

DateEventBuy-InEntriesWinnerPrize
September 2021Super High Roller Bowl VI$300,00021Michael Addamo$3,402,000
August 20212021 Super High Roller Bowl Europe$250,00041Wiktor Malinowski$3,690,000
August 20202020 Super High Roller Bowl Online$102,00026Justin Bonomo$1,775,000
March 20202020 Super High Roller Bowl Russia$250,00040Timothy Adams$3,600,000
February 20202020 Super High Roller Bowl AustraliaAU$250,000 ($167,230)16Timothy AdamsAU$2,160,000 ($1,446,112)
November 2019Super High Roller Bowl Bahamas$250,00051Daniel Dvoress$4,080,000
September 2019Super High Roller Bowl London£250,000 ($312,650)12Cary Katz£2,100,000 ($2,610,317)
December 2018Super High Roller Bowl V$300,00036Isaac Haxton$3,672,000
May 2018Super High Roller Bowl IV$300,00048Justin Bonomo$5,000,000
March 2018Super High Roller Bowl ChinaHK$2,000,000 ($267,637)75Justin BonomoHK$37,830,000 ($4,823,077)
May 2017Super High Roller Bowl III$300,00056Christoph Vogelsang$6,000,000
May 2016Super High Roller Bowl II$300,00049Rainer Kempe$5,000,000
July 2016Super High Roller Bowl I$500,00043Brian Rast$7,525,000
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  • The $250,000 Super High Roller Bowl Russia Main Event caps off two weeks of high stakes action.

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