The most expensive tournament on the WSOP schedule is at In the past few days, many stars have been attracted to participate in the competition. With a buy-in of up to $250,000, the Super High Roller is one of those tournaments that people love to follow, and those who did were not disappointed.
Features well-known players in the field. ITM’s status as one of the most recognizable companies in the bubble. The costly 69-player tournament came to this point in the early hours of Saturday morning, and the victim of the incident was the legendary Phil Ivey, owner of 10 WSOP bracelets.
Ivey has been tight-lipped about whether he will. May or may not be at the event, but his presence wows many who love to see him at the poker table. The only reason this story didn’t get better is that it fell right on the bubble. After retiring from ITM, Ivey gave up his 11th bracelet dream and missed out on at least $411,940 in first prize bracelet value, equivalent to nearly $2 million in today’s cash total.
Phil Ivey had about 20 blinds and moved all in from the button. He finished and met Martin Kabrhel, who woke up in the big blind Come on, had to call. The board didn’t even give Ivey a chance, and he exited in 12th. In addition to Ivey, Phil Hellmuth, Negreanu, Jans Arends, Adrian Mateos, and Isaac Haxton were among the others to exit early.
The event was then abandoned with nine players in the field and the chip leader is experienced Chance Konus. He will enter the event with a huge lead on the final day but will face other big names Characters such as Artur Martirosian, Alex Kulev, Chris Brewer, Dan Smith and David Peters.
The Super High Roller has $250,000 in prize money and the first prize goes up to $5,293,556.