Super High Roller Bowl to Run May 27-30: $14 Million Prize Pool

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The Super High Roller Bowl is back for its fourth running May 27-30.  Scroll Down For More

Now accepting most forms of crypto-currencies

The high stakes event returns to ARIA Resort & Casino with a $300,000 buy-in.

The 2018 Super High Roller Bowl will be limited to 48 players and ARIA will reserve 18 seats for VIP guest entrants.

This year’s prize pool will exceed $14 million.  The first-place winner is slated to receive an estimated $5,000,000 prize, but to have a chance at that gigantic prize pool, players must pre-register. They can do so beginning March 1, when registration for the Super High Roller Bowl opens.

“The Super High Roller Bowl is the world championship of high stakes tournament poker,” said Sam Simmons, vice president of content at Poker Central. “We sold out in seven hours last year, so players will need to get their deposits in quickly. We look forward to bringing together poker’s biggest stars.”

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