Registration is open for the Super High Roller Bowl

The tournament will start on May 27, with 30 pros and 18 VIP players in the field.

Its 3-year-long history was enough for the SHRB to become one of the most popular tournaments both amongst poker pros and enthusiasts. It only took seven hours last year to sell out the registration, which is no surprise, considering that the event has a great field compared to the buy-in and there is no rake, meaning that all of the $300K goes to the prize pool.

The tournament will take place in the ARIA Resort & Casino between May 27-30. The pros need to pay a $30,000 deposit in order to get a seat, but even this is not a guarantee, as the organizers will raffle the 30 seats and those who don't win a ticket, won't get their deposit back. However, it's no wonder every high roller regular will shell out the money, as all of them want to get a chance, to hit a seven-figure score.

The winner of the inaugural event (with a $500,000 buy-in) in 2015, Brian Rast walked away with a $7,250,000 first prize, while Rainer Kempe in 2016 earned $5,000,000 and last year's champ, Christopher Vogelsang got $6,000,000.

The winner of last year's event, Christopher "Tight-Man1" Vogelsang

The event - alongside with the Super High Roller Bowl Cash Game - will be streamed exclusively on PokerGo.

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