2018 Super High Roller Bowl Scheduled to Run from May 27-30

Poker Central just announced that its $300,000 Super High Roller Bowl has been will run from May 27th through to May 30th at ARIA. Just like in 2017, the event will be stream on Poker Central’s premium streaming platform, PokerGO. In addition to this, the NBC Sports Network will as be featuring Super High Roller Bowl episodes throughout the year. Registration for the event will kick off this Thursday, March 1st and players who wish to participate have been asked to put down a non-refundable $30,000 deposit which is also in line with last year’s policy.

“The Super High Roller Bowl is the world championship of high stakes tournament poker,” said Sam Simmons, the Poker Central Vice President of Content. “We sold out in seven hours last year, so players will need to get their deposits in quickly. We look forward to bringing together poker’s biggest stars.”

Since the Super High Roller Bowl debuted in 2015, it has been one of the biggest poker and most anticipated poker events in the worlds of poker and casino gaming. This year’s event is the fourth one and borrowing insight from how the event played out in the past, it will still feature almost all of poker’s biggest stars as well as other exciting personalities. The fact that the high stakes event will be returning to the ARIA Resorts & Casino makes the event more exciting than it already is.

This year’s event will, unfortunately, be limited to 48 players with ARIA reserving 18 of those seats for VIP guest entrants. In case more than 48 players register, the same way they did last year, the final player list will be determined by a lottery. More information on the lottery is, however, yet to be availed. Also, anyone can participate in the event since it is completely open and thus no invitation is required.

Mason Weber

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