The inaugural Super High Roller Bowl Online Series (SHRB) is in full swing at partypoker, with more than $20 million in guarantees being given away until June 2. The online festival, which runs in collaboration with Poker Central, kicked off on May 23, featuring 29 high-roller events, spread across 11 days of top-notch action at the virtual tables. The 2020 edition of the popular nosebleed-stakes tournament was moved online due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Earlier this week, the series crowned its first winners, which included Dutch poker pro Jans Arends and Spanish player Sergi Reixach who both won the first two $10,300 buy-in NLHE events. American poker pro Chrisoph Hunichen triumphed in the first $25,500 buy-in event, while Mikalai Vaskaboinikau, Daniel Dvoress, and Pascal Lefrancois also captured their own SHRB Online titles.
Just recently, six more champions have been added to the roster, with 16 events yet to take place. Who are the latest winners? Take a look below.
Luuk Gieles Conquers Event #7
Event #7: $10,300 High Roller [8-Max], which attracted a total of 90 entries, was taken down by Luuk Gieles from The Netherlands. The Dutch poker pro outclassed Mexico’s George Wolff heads-up to capture the top prize worth $234,000, as well as the second SHRB Online title for his home country. Wolff meanwhile won $166,500 for his runner-up finish.
Some well-known high-rollers also made it to the final table, including Mikita Badziakouski, Jonathan van Fleet, and Ali Imsirovic.
Dan Smith Takes Down Event #8
Dan Smith was the winner of Event#8: $25,500 Super High Roller [8-Max]. The World Poker Tour titleholder defeated online poker legend Viktor Blom to end up with a massive first-place prize of $527,000. Alex Foxen, Simon Higgins, and Artur Martirosian also won six-figure payouts.
Blom failed to claim the top spot and settled for second place for $365,500 but he came back stronger in the event that followed.
Viktor Blom Tops Event #9
On the very same night that he finished as runner-up to Dan Smith, Viktor Blom won the next event, a $10,300 High Roller, for $213,750. He defeated the UK’s Christoph Vogelsang heads-up, with the British pro earning $146,250 for his efforts. Wolff scored another deep run in this event, so did Smith and Kristen Bicknell, all of whom made it to the final table.
Vicent Bosca Wins Event #10
Event #10: $10,300 High Roller [6-Max] enabled Vicent Bosca to claim the second SHRB title for his home country of Spain, after Reixach won the first one earlier. Bosca won $240,861 in top prize after defeating Austria’s Matthias Eibinger who settled for second place with $150,150 in winnings. Gieles had another strong showing after finishing third in the event.
New SHRB Title For Justin Bonomo
The biggest event so far was Event #11: $25,500 Super High Roller [6-Max], which saw American poker pro Justin Bonomo scoop a whopping $622,634 in first-place prize. The event attracted 72 entries to generate the largest prize pool of $1,800,000. Bonomo went head to head with Artur Martirosian, the latter settling for second place for $405,000.
Event #12 Goes To Ludovic Geilich
The latest event to crown a winner was another $10,300 buy-in High Roller, taken down by British poker pro Ludovic Geilich for $238,677. Malta’s Alexandros Kolonias finished runner-up for $155,250.
SHRB Online Leaderboard
The ongoing series features a leaderboard race, where the winner will be declared as the series champion and will win a seat to the $100,000 buy-in, $3M GTD Super High Roller Bowl Online, a two-day freezeout 8-Max event kicking off on June 1.
Blom is currently at the top of the rankings, winning $899,875 so far across three events. Smith, who has so far cashed in four events, is at No. 2, followed by Dvoress at No. 3, and Foxen at No. 4 and Hunichen sits at No. 5. The rankings will change as play progresses!

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