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On the youth movement, players such as Rainer Kempe, Sam Soverel, Matthew Berkey, Igor Kurganov, Isaac Haxton, Jake Schindler, Fedor Holz, Dominik Nitsche, Dan Smith, Doug Polk and Connor Drinan will pull up to the tables. Erik Seidel, $860,000 Just like last year, the tournament will pay the top seven finishers, with the winner earning a $5 million payday.The Global Poker League will have a great deal of representation, including New York Rounders manager Bryn Kenney and his first round draft pick Jason Mercier, the San Francisco Rush’s Anthony Gregg, the Berlin Bears’ Brian Rast, the Sao Paulo Metropolitans’ Byron Kaverman and the London Monarchs’ Justin Bonomo (among many others). When the tournament comes around at the end of May (perfect timing as the players will already be in town for the World Series of Poker), it will draw the attention of the poker world.Finally, there’s the two “Big One for One Drop” champions, Dan Colman and Antonio Esfandiari, Scott Seiver, Stephen Chidwick, Talal Shakerchi and Vitaliy Rizhov coming along for the fight…and this is just a few of the competitors, a full list can be found here. It will also draw the attention of fans to Poker Central, who will broadcast the event over its network. The field was increased to 49 players (from the 43 that took part in 2015), but the buy-in was also decreased (to $300,000 from the $500,000 it was last year).As an additional treat, a still-unknown sponsor has put up $300,000 to bring the total prize pool to a nice round $15 million, with $5 million going to first place.Still, the speed in which the event sold out surprised the event’s host and its broadcast outlet.“With some of the most exciting and famous players locked in, the 2016 Super High Roller Bowl will be riveting to watch,” Clint Stinchcomb, the Chief Executive Officer of Poker Central, said during the announcement of the sell-out. While the girls aren't necessarily new, their outfits are. ) years, they did the daisy duke, carpenter belt, tie-shirt thing.
More than two months before it is set to take to the felt, the 24/7 streaming network Poker Central and the Aria Resort & Casino’s Super High Roller Bowl tournament – which proved to be such a success in 2015 that it was expanded for this year – has sold out of seats for the $300,000 buy in event.
Registration for the tournament opened up in January, well ahead of the May 29 play date at Aria in Las Vegas.
“The speed at which this event sold out is evidence of the popularity of the tournament and of poker itself.” Someone else who expressed his surprise in the rapidity of the sell-out was Aria Poker Director Sean Mc Cormack, who commented that he had “never seen” a high-stakes tournament sell out so far ahead of its play date.
He also commented that, if for some reason that a player or players have to back out of the event, there is a waiting list that will be utilized to fill the slots.
The player list for the 2016 Super High Roller Bowl reads like a clash between the history of the game of poker and the advancing guard of the younger players.