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sabato 3 giugno 2017

German poker pro wins 2017 Super High Roller Bowl

The fifth and final day of the 2017 Super High Roller Bowl at the ARIA Resort & Casino saw the final three players out of the starting 56 world-class entrants — Jake Schindler, Christoph Vogelsang and Stefan Schillhabel — play for the title. After five hours of tense action, Christoph Vogelsang defeated Schindler heads-up for his first title, Super High Roller Bowl championship ring and $6 million.


"I'm just happy and it came unexpectedly, because I didn't have a lot of chips and was up against a really good player," Vogelsang said. "I kind of thought ahead to heads-up play; last night I looked at the odd of making heads-up, and I thought I was only 15% to not make it. It's great, I feel good. It's such a great tournament — it's got the best structure ever, and the ARIA is doing such an amazing job, and I hope I can play here again."

"Our hats go off to Christoph, our finalists and everyone who competed in the 2017 Super High Roller Bowl," said Sampson Simmons, vice president of content, Poker Central. "We're proud to stream this year's biggest poker tournaments with poker's biggest stars on the PokerGO platform, and we can't wait for next year's event."

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