PartyPoker will host Super High Roller Bowl Online in late May
Due to quarantine measures around the world, triggered by the coronavirus pandemic, many live poker series have been determined to be held online. Thus, PartyPoker has already hosted two large series that usually take place live.
In mid-April, the Irish Poker Open tournament series took place at PartyPoker, and just a few days ago, the high rollers series Poker Masters came to an end. The total guarantee in both series amounted to $15 000 000.
The Poker Masters organizers were impressed with the success of the series, therefore, they decided to host one more major tournament series at PartyPoker.
May 23 through June 1, PartyPoker will house the Super High Roller Bowl Online with a $20 million total guarantee.
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Usually, this event is limited to a large tournament with a $250 000 buy-in (approximately). This time, there will be 28 events held as part of the Super High Roller Bowl Online, and the buy-ins are set to be in the range from $10 000 to $102 000.
All the events will last for two days. The first tournament will take place with a $25 500 buy-in and $1 000 000 GTD.
The Main Event of the series will be a freezeout tournament with a deep structure (300 000-chip stack and 30-minute blinds). The buy-in of the Main Event will reach the mark of $102 000 with a guaranteed prize pool equal to $3 000 000.
Super High Roller Bowl is a large high roller tournament, which usually takes place offline. The champion of the last Super High Roller Bowl with a buy-in of A$250 000 (approximately $167 940), held in Australia, was the Canadian poker player Timothy Adams, who received $1 449 000 for the victory.