The WPT #42 Super High Roller has just started with six players in their seats to battle for a share of the prize pool of at least $1,000,000.
The players all get a starting stack of 100,000 chips when they cough up the $25,500 buy-in and will be playing 16-minute levels throughout the 1-day tournament. Players can reenter once if things don't go too well during the first 12 levels of the day as the late registration period will close then.
The first names to join in with the Super High Roller fun are Teun Mulder, Hristo Dimitrov, Sam Greenwood, Christoph Vogelsang, Christian Rudolph, and Sebastian Arredondo.
Michael Addamo won the first Super High Roller of the festival when he took down the WPT #13 $25,500 Super High Roller for $363,661 after winning the WPT High Roller Turbo for $87,459. In that Super High Roller, he defeated Artur Martirosian heads-up with Ali Imsirovic, Pascal Hartmann, Matthias Eibinger, Duco ten Haven, and Sergi Reixach joining them on the final table.
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Benjamin Rolle took down last week's Super High Roller when he claimed the victory over Martirosian who fell short again. Rolle won $381,400 while Martirosian cashed for $234,245. The other players to join the final table and get paid too included Joao Vieira, Laszlo Bujtas, Christoph Vogelsang, Daniel Dvoress, and Imsirovic.