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Super High Roller Bowl Online Titles for Bonomo, Bosca and Blom

Six more champions have been crowned, with Viktor Blom leading the Super High Roller Bowl leaderboard

Six more champions have been crowned in the Super High Roller Bowl Online on partypoker with several big names securing huge six-figure victories.

The world's poker elite has come out in droves to play in the very first online edition of the festival, and you can join them in the $3,000,000 GTD Super High Roller Bowl Online for just $11 thanks to satellites over on partypoker

Read on to find out how you can be a part of it as well as discovering who was the latest to add a SHRB side event title to their name.

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Luuk Gieles wins SHRB #07: $10,300 High Roller [8-Max] for $234,000

Luuk Gieles
Guarantee$500,000
Prize Pool$900,000
Entries90
WinnerLuuk Gieles (Netherlands)
First place prize$234,000

Earlier in the festival, Jans Arends picked up the first Dutch Super High Roller Bowl Online title, and now the proud nation has a second thanks to Luuk Gieles.

He defeated George Wolff heads-up, with Wolff making his second final table of the festival.

PlacePlayerCountryPayout
1Luuk GielesNetherlands$234,000
2George WolffMexico$166,500
3Ali ImsirovicMexico$117,000
4Pascal HartmannAustria$81,000
5Mark RadojaCanada$63,000
6Jonathan van FleetCanada$45,000
7Mikita BadziakouskiSlovenia$36,000
8John O'SheaIreland$31,500

Dan Smith wins SHRB #08: $25,500 Super High Roller [8-Max] for $527,000

Dan Smith
Guarantee$1,000,000
Prize Pool$1,700,000
Entries68
WinnerDan Smith (Canada)
First place prize$527,000

There were big names aplenty in the showdown for the SHRB #08 title as Dan Smith and Viktor Blom went head-to-head. Eventually it was Smith who emerged triumphant, winning $527,000 in one of the biggest prize pools of the festival so far.

Blom would have to settle for second place, but it wouldn't be long before he grabbed a title of his own.

PlacePlayerCountryPayout
1Dan SmithCanada$527,000
2Viktor BlomSweden$365,500
3Artur MartirosianRussia$238,000
4Simon HigginsUnited Kingdom$153,000
5Alex FoxenCanada$119,000
6Giuseppe IadiserniaUnited Kingdom$97,750
7Orpen KisacikogluUnited Kingdom$80,750
8Darrell GohUnited Kingdom$63,750

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Viktor Blom wins SHRB #09: $10,300 High Roller [8-Max] for $213,750

Viktor Blom
Guarantee$500,000
Prize Pool$750,000
Entries75
WinnerViktor Blom (Sweden)
First place prize$213,750

The online poker legend showed that he still has it in him, as Viktor Blom managed to secure a Super High Roller Bowl title of his own, on the very same night that he finished second in another.

Christoph Vogelsang would have to settle for second-place with familiar faces of Dan Smith, George Wolff and Kristen Bicknell also making it to the final table.

PlacePlayerCountryPayout
1Viktor BlomSweden$213,750
2Christoph VogelsangUnited Kingdom$146,250
3Arnaud EnselmeUnited Kingdom$101,250
4George WolffMexico$67,500
5Kristen BicknellCanada$52,500
6Mark DaviesIreland$41,250
7Darrell GohUnited Kingdom$33,750
8Dan SmithCanada$26,250

Vicent Bosca wins SHRB #10: $10,300 High Roller [6-Max] for $240,861

Vicent Bosca Ramon
Guarantee$500,000
Prize Pool$770,000
Entries77
WinnerVicent Bosca (United Kingdom)
First place prize$240,861

Vicent Bosca secured a Super High Roller Bowl title, defeating Matthias Eibinger heads-up in Event #10. Bosca joins Sergi Reixach as Spanish winners during the festival, with Luuk Gieles making another deep run but failing to add to his Event #07 title.

PlacePlayerCountryPayout
1Vicent BoscaUnited Kingdom$240,861
2Matthias EibingerAustria$150,150
3Luuk GielesNetherlands$92,400
4Wiktor MalinowskiGermany$67,375
5Mike WatsonCanada$48,125
6Nick PetrangeloCanada$32,725

Justin Bonomo wins SHRB #11: $25,500 Super High Roller [6-Max] for $622,634

Justin Bonomo
Guarantee$1,000,000
Prize Pool$1,800,000
Entries72
WinnerJustin Bonomo (Canada)
First place prize$622,634

Another poker legend got in on the act, with Justin Bonomo securing the biggest prize of the Super High Roller Bowl Online so far with victory in Event #11. The event also generated the largest prize pool with 72 entries combining to create a $1.8m prize pool.

Bonomo defeated Artur Martirosian heads-up, who earlier had finished third in Event #08 behind Smith and Blom.

PlacePlayerCountryPayout
1Justin BonomoCanada$622,634
2Artur MartirosianRussia$405,000
3Matthias EibingerAustria$216,000
4Selhaddin BedirCyprus$162,000
5Wiktor MalinowskiGermany$117,000
6Ali ImsirovicMexico$81,000

Ludovic Geilich wins SHRB #12: $10,300 High Roller [6-Max] for $238,677

Ludovic Geilich
Guarantee$500,000
Prize Pool$690,000
Entries69
WinnerLudovic Geilich (United Kingdom)
First place prize$238,677

partypoker Ambassador Ludovic Geilich secured a Super High Roller Bowl victory in Event #12, winning $238,677 after topping a 69-player field.

He defeated Poker Masters Purple Jacket-winner Alexandros Kolonias heads-up, who was making his second final table of the festival.

PlacePlayerCountryPayout
1Ludovic GeilichUnited Kingdom$238,677
2Alexandros KoloniasMalta$155,250
3Seth DaviesMexico$82,800
4Andrii NovakUkraine$62,100
5Giuseppe IadiserniaUnited Kingdom$44,850
6Jonathan van FleetCanada$31,050

2020 Super High Roller Bowl Online Leaderboard

Here are the current standings in the 2020 Super High Roller Bowl Online Leaderboard up until the end of Event #09. Whoever wins the most points during the first 27 events will receive free entry into Event #28: $102,000 Super High Roller Bowl Online [$3,000,000 GTD].

PlaceNameEarningsPointsCashes
1Viktor Blom$899,8756253
2Dan Smith$768,2255114
3Daniel Dvoress$704,2874323
4Alex Foxen$449,7004024
5Chris Hunichen$538,3753473
6Andras Nemeth$486,4003272
7Mikalai Vasskaboinikau$293,0902931
8George Wolff$277,9902793
9Pascal Lefrancois$259,6292601
10Sergi Reixach$244,9502452

Standings Updated Through Event #9


2020 Super High Roller Bowl Online Winners

EventEntrantsPrize PoolWinnerFirst prize
SHRB #0176$760,000Jans Arends$216,600
SHRB #0254$1,350,000Chris Hunichen$479,250
SHRB #0359$590,000Sergi Reixach$191,750
SHRB #04106$1,060,000Mikalai Vaskaboinikau$293,090
SHRB #0571$1,775,000Daniel Dvoress$613,987
SHRB #0683$830,000Pascal Lefrancois$259,629
SHRB #0790$900,000Luuk Gieles$234,000
SHRB #0868$1,700,000Dan Smith$527,000
SHRB #0975$750,000Viktor Blom$213,750
SHRB #1077$770,000Vicent Bosca$240,861
SHRB #1172$1,800,000Justin Bonomo$622,634
SHRB #1269$690,000Ludovic Geilich$238,677
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2020 Super High Roller Bown Online Schedule

DateEventBuy-inGuarantee
28th MaySHRB #16 High Roller [6-Max]$10,300$500,000
 SHRB #17 Super High Roller [6-Max]$25,500$1,000,000
 SHRB #18 High Roller [6-Max]$10,300$500,000
29th MaySHRB #19 High Roller [8-Max]$10,300$500,000
 SHRB #20 Super High Roller [8-Max]$25,500$1,000,000
 SHRB #21 High Roller [8-Max]$10,300$500,000
30th MaySHRB #22 High Roller [6-Max]$10,300$500,000
 SHRB #23 Super High Roller [6-Max]$25,500$1,000,000
 SHRB #24 High Roller [6-Max]$10,300$500,000
31st MaySHRB #25 High Roller [8-Max]$10,300$500,000
 SHRB #26 Super High Roller [8-Max]$25,500$1,000,000
 SHRB #27 High Roller [8-Max]$10,300$500,000
1st JuneSHRB #28 Super High Roller Bowl [8-Max]$102,000$3,000,000
 SHRB #29 Mini Super High Roller Bowl [8-Max]$10,300$1,000,000

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