Artur Martirosian Topped the Super High Roller Bowl Online Scoreboard With $ 1.8 Million Earnings

Artur Martirosian Tops the Super High Roller Bowl Online Scoreboard With $ 1.8 Million Turnover – 27 prelude events of the first-ever Super High Roller Bowl Online series are now in the books, with over $ 24.6 million in prize money awarded throughout. festival so far.

Russian Artur Martirosian garnered impressive performances throughout the series, making a total of eight cash with seven finishes in the top three, including a win at 16 events. All told, he cashed in just $ 1.8 million in the entire series. As a result, Martirosian has emerged at the top of the series-long point rankings and has secured free entry into the $ 102,000 Super High Roller Bowl event that will run from June 1-2.

The series features three events starting per day, with almost all events running over two days. Events 13-15 start on Wednesday, 27 May, with all winners deciding the following day. Event 13 is a $ 500,000 guaranteed $ 10,300 buy-in no-limit hold’em tournament. A total of 70 entries were made to see warranties exceeding $ 200,000.

In the end, 2016 Card Player of the Year award winner David Peters (pictured above, left) who emerged victorious, took home $ 217,000 in winnings. It was the first final table of the series. Joao Vieira locked in $ 150,500 as runner-up, while Justin Bonomo earned $ 98,000 as a third-place finisher.

Mark Radoja (pictured above, right) came out on top in event 15, overtaking the field of 60 entrants in the $ 10,300 no-limit buy-in hold’em event. It was Canada’s first Table Cup final of the two-time Canadian series bracelet winner. He earned $ 195,000 after beating Pauli Ayras (second place – $ 132,000).

The next three tournaments are all six-max no-limit hold’em business. The first is a $ 500,000 guaranteed $ 10,300 buy-in event that draws 75 total entries to create a final $ 750,000 prize pool. Artur Martirosian (pictured above, left) beat Samuel Vousden to secure the title and grand prize of $ 234,605. Vousden earned $ 146,250 as runner-up, while second place Chris Hunichen took home $ 90,000 as a third-place finisher.