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Super High Roller Bowl will be held in China

Super High Roller Bowl will be held in China

Two major poker world companies, Poker Central and Macau Billionaire Poker, will join forces to organize and host the Super High Roller Bowl (SHRB) series events outside their usual locations. The Chinese version of the SHRB series, Super High Roller Bowl China, with a guaranteed prize fund of 100 million Hong Kong dollars (about 12.8 million USD) will be held from March 20 to 22 at the Babylon Casino located in the largest entertainment complex on the Macau Peninsula, Fisherman’s Wharf.

Super High Roller Bowl

The buy-in of 2.1 million Hong Kong dollars (about 270000 USD) and the format of the event, involving participation in tournaments exclusively on special invitations, give the organizers hope to attract many world poker stars to the list of participants. The maximum number of participants in the tournament is 49 players. They will be given the opportunity to re-enter the game an unlimited number of times for a fee. In addition to all of the above, an administrative fee of 3% of the prize fund of the tournament will be additionally retained.

Over the past few years, the Super High Roller Bowl series has become the major poker event held at the ARIA in Las Vegas, and many high rollers dreamed of participating in it. Now these players will have the opportunity to battle with the best players of the world in the new version of the favorite tournament in one of the most famous poker sites on the planet – Macau.

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Sampson Simmons, Poker Central’s content vice president, spoke about expanding the boundaries of the tournament in a press release, “As the annual tournament of the Poker Central series became a kind of a “gold standard” for the high roller poker tournament, we realized that it was time to bring the tournaments of this format to the global level. China is one of the largest poker markets in the world, so Macau Billionaire Poker turned out to be the most suitable partner for us to reformat the Super High Roller Bowl series into an international one. “

In his turn, the CEO of Macau Billionaire Poker, Tim Chen, said, “We wanted to increase the size of bets in the series to form a prize fund, which would exceed the usual size for this series. We are looking forward to what this premiere tournament will bring us. “

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