$300,000 Super High Roller Bowl Gets Down to Final Six

The hunt is for $3.672 million, Ike Haxton is the current chip leader, followed closely by Stephen Chidwick.

As the event attracts the best players from all over the world, it's not shocking to see that the final table is filled with top-notch players. Partypoker pro, Haxton will have to get through the likes of Poker Master champion, Ali Imsirovic, seasoned pro, Daniel Negreanu or the most winningest player of Spain, Adrian Mateos.

Super High Roller Bowl V Final Table
Seat Name Country Chip Count
1 Ali Imsirovic United States 875,000
2 Stephen Chidwick United Kingdom 2,405,000
3 Isaac Haxton United States 2,415,000
4 Igor Kurganov Russia 1,550,000
5 Talal Shakerchi United Kingdom 995,000
6 Alex Foxen United States 1,590,000
7 Adrian Mateos Spain 975,000

As it can be seen, Ali is the shortest stack, so he'll need a strong start if he wants to raise the prestigious trophy. Chidwick and Haxton with almost the same amount of chips on his left will not help much, but considering the level of expertise, this young gun has, he'll certainly won't be afraid to make a play or two.

Long-time, long-haired high-roller grinder, Igor Kurganov will return with 1.5 million, which is around the average stack, while businessman turned semi-pro poker player, Talal Shakerchi is just under a million.

Similarly to Kurganov, Alex Foxen will also return with about 1.5 million, while Spaniard wunderkind, Adrian Mateos belongs to the shorter stacks with under a million. After Mikita Badziakouski busted in a huge flip and became the bubble boy, all of the remaining six players were guaranteed a payday of at least $540,000.

The facial expression is either an upgrade in its system, or Mikita is human too

However, the pay jumps are big and the first prize is even bigger so exciting play is certain. You can follow the final table action live, exclusively on PokerGO!


Place Prize
1 $3,672,000
2 $2,160,000
3 $1,512,000
4 $1,188,000
5 $972,000
6 $756,000
7 $540,000