Super High Roller Bowl imposed new participation rule
Over recent years, Poker Central events took place in the United States and Asia. Famous poker professionals and celebrities played at the television tables on the Poker After Dark show. The organizers have decided to add a new venue and announced two events to be held in London.
One of these events will be the Super High Roller Bowl in London. The buy-in won't be cheap: £250 000. The second one is the British Poker Open series, consisting of High Roller events only.
This series will be held from 2nd to 12th September. It will include tournaments with buy-ins starting from £10 000 to £100 000. The first tournament entry in each competition will not be raked. The nuance lies in that not all interested may take part in this event.
Only 49 people will be able to play in the tournament. Poker Central and Aspers casino have already reserved 19 seats, and the rest of the participants will be selected by lot. They all have to make a £25 000 deposit before the lot, but it’s not a guarantee of their participation in the event. The lucky ones will pay a £250 000 buy-in and play in the tournament, and the remaining will simply lose £25 000.
After a recent PartyPoker Live and Poker Central deal, it's clear that PartyPoker ambassadors will play in the given series. Although Patrick Leonard, Jason Koon, Isaac Haxton and Sam Trickett and so have always been frequent guests of this event…