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Artur Martirosian Tops Super High Roller Bowl Online Leaderboard With $1.8 Million In Earnings

The Russian Secured Eight Cashes Throughout The Series, With Seven Top-Three Finishes

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Artur MartirosianThe 27 preliminary events of the first-ever Super High Roller Bowl Online series are now in the books, with more than $24.6 million in prize money awarded throughout the festival so far.

Russia’s Artur Martirosian put together an impressive performance across the series, making a total of eight cashes with seven finishes inside the top three, including a victory in event 16. All told, he cashed for just shy of $1.8 million throughout the series. As a result, Martirosian came out on top of the series-long ranking points leaderboard and has earned a free entry into the $102,000 buy-in marquee Super High Roller Bowl event which will run from June 1-2.

Below is a look at the final standings for the top 10 of the series leaderboard:

Place Name Earnings Points Cashes
1 Artur Martirosian $1,795,395 1,287 8
2 Viktor Blom $1,552,025 1,114 7
3 Dan Smith $1,037,019 780 9
4 Matthias Eibinger $821,391 735 6
5 Linus Loeliger $981,532 693 5
6 Kristen Bicknell $742,187 649 9
7 Mikita Badziakouski $679,845 561 10
8 Justin Bonomo $803,384 556 5
9 Vicent Bosca $630,716 556 5
10 Alexandros Kolonias $546,051 546 4

A recap of the first 12 events of the series was previously posted on Card Player. This article will go over the results from events 13-27.

Events 13-15

This series featured three events starting per day, with almost all of the events running over the course of two days. Events 13-15 began on Wednesday, May 27, with the winners all decided the following day. Event 13 was a $500,000 guaranteed $10,300 buy-in no-limit hold’em tournament. A total of 70 entries were made to see the guarantee exceeded by $200,000. In the end, it was 2016 Card Player Player of the Year award winner David Peters (pictured above, left) who emerged victorious, taking home $217,000 for the win. It was his first final-table finish of the series. Joao Vieira locked up $150,500 as the runner-up, while Justin Bonomo earned $98,000 as the third-place finisher.

The second event of the day was the $25,500 buy-in eight-max no-limit hold’em event. With 40 total entries, the tournament exactly met its $1,000,000 guarantee. The largest chunk of that prize money was awarded to none other than Viktor ‘Isildur1’ Blom (pictured above, center), who came out on top to earn $407,500 after defeating Mike Watson heads-up for the title. It was Blom’s second win of the series. Watson earned $265,000 as the runner-up, while David Peters locked up $165,000 for his second massive score of the day.

Mark Radoja (pictured above, right) came out on top in event 15, outlasting a field of 60 entrants in the $10,300 buy-in no-limit hold’em event. It was the Canadian two-time World Series of Poker bracelet winner’s first final-table finish of the series. He earned $195,000 after defeating Pauli Ayras (2nd – $132,000) heads-up.

Event 13 – $10,300 NLH 8-Max Final Table

Place Name Payout
1 David Peters $217,000
2 Joao Vieira $150,500
3 Justin Bonomo $98,000
4 Matthias Eibinger $63,000
5 Chris Hunichen $49,000
6 Aleksejs Meless $40,250
7 Kristen Bicknell $33,250
8 Lucas Reeves $26,250

Event 14 – $25,500 NLH 8-Max Final Table

Place Name Payout
1 Viktor Blom $407,500
2 Mike Watson $265,000
3 David Peters $165,000
4 Adrian Mateos $100,000
5 Sam Greenwood $62,500

Event 15 – $10,300 NLH 8-Max Final Table

Place Name Payout
1 Mark Radoja $195,000
2 Pauli Ayras $132,000
3 Ole Schemion $88,500
4 Guillaume Nolet $55,500
5 Vyacheslav Buldygin $43,500
6 Justin Bonomo $34,500
7 Chris Hunichen $28,550
8 Timothy Adams $22,500

Events 16-18

The next three tournaments were all six-max no-limit hold’em affairs. The first was a $500,000 guaranteed $10,300 buy-in event which drew 75 total entries to create a final prize pool of $750,000. Artur Martirosian (pictured above, left) defeated Samuel Vousden heads-up to secure the title and the top prize of $234,605. Vousden earned $146,250 as the runner-up, while event 2 champion Chris Hunichen took home $90,000 as the third-place finisher.

2017 Card Player Player of the Year award winner Adrian Mateos (pictured above, center) outlasted a field of 61 total entries to win event 17, a $1,000,000 guaranteed $25,500 buy-in event. The strong turnout saw the prize pool surge to $1,525,000, which meant that Mateos earned $527,510 as the eventual winner. He defeated Seth Davies heads-up for the win, sending the American to the rail with $343,125.

The final event of the day was another $10,300 buy-in with a $500,000 guarantee. The tournament attracted 76 total entries, with Linus Loeliger (pictured above, right) coming out on top in the end. The Swiss poker pro known to many by his online handle ‘LLinusLLove’ cashed for $237,733 after topping Vicent Bosca Ramon (2nd – $148,200) in the final heads-up showdown. David Peters continued his impressive run with his third final table showing in the span of two days, cashing for $91,200 as the third-place finisher.

Event 16 – $10,300 NLH 6-Max Final Table

Place Name Payout
1 Artur Martirosian $234,605
2 Sam Vousden $146,250
3 Chris Hunichen $90,000
4 Timothy Adams $65,625
5 Michael Addamo $46,875
6 Dan Smith $31,875

Event 17 – $25,500 NLH 6-Max Final Table

Place Name Payout
1 Adrian Mateos $527,510
2 Seth Davies $343,125
3 Andrii Novak $183,000
4 Jake Schindler $137,250
5 Joao Vieira $99,125
6 Vyacheslav Buldygin $68,625

Event 18 – $10,300 NLH 6-Max Final Table

Place Name Payout
1 Linus Loeliger $237,733
2 Vicent Bosca $148,200
3 David Peters $91,200
4 Sergi Reixach $66,500
5 Selahaddin Bedir $47,500
6 Anatoly Filatov $32,300

Events 19-21

The format switched back over to eight-handed action for events 19 through 21. The first tournament on the slate was the $500,000 guaranteed $10,300 buy-in no-limit hold’em event. Austria’s Matthias Eibinger (pictured above, left) defeated a field of 70 total entries, overcoming event 16 champion Artur Martirosian heads-up to win $217,000. Canadian two-time WSOP bracelet winner Kristen Bicknell placed third for $98,000.

Sam Greenwood (pictured above, center) captured the title in event 20, the $1,000,000 guaranteed $25,500 buy-in no-limit hold’em eight-max event. The Canadian high roller star was awarded $399,000 after topping a total field of 42 entries. He defeated Christoph Vogelsang heads-up for the win, sending the German home with $262,500 for his fourth cash of the series.

Viktor Blom (pictured above, right) continued his incredible run in this series by winning his third title of the week in event 21. The Swede overcame a 55-entry field to win $195,250. He topped an absolutely stacked final table en route to the victory, including Super High Roller Bowl V champion Isaac Haxton (2nd – $130,625) and Steve O’Dwyer (3rd – $83,875).

Event 19 – $10,300 NLH 8-Max Final Table

Place Name Payout
1 Matthias Eibinger $217,000
2 Artur Martirosian $150,500
3 Kristen Bicknell $98,000
4 Joao Vieira $63,000
5 Mikita Badziakouski $49,000
6 Sergi Reixach $40,250
7 Chris Fraser $33,250
8 Dan Smith $26,250
9 Pascal Lefrancois $22,750

Event 20 – $25,500 NLH 8-Max Final Table

Place Name Payout
1 Sam Greenwood $399,000
2 Christoph Vogelsang $262,500
3 Vyacheslav Buldygin $168,000
4 Nick Petrangelo $94,500
5 Timothy Adams $73,500
6 David Peters $52,500

Event 21 – $10,300 NLH 8-Max Final Table

Place Name Payout
1 Viktor Blom $195,250
2 Isaac Haxton $130,625
3 Steve O’Dwyer $83,875
4 Mikita Badziakouski $53,625
5 Timothy Adams $35,750
6 Jake Schindler $27,500
7 Ali Imsirovic $23,375

Events 22-24

The next three events on the schedule were all contended at six-handed tables. The first event was another $500,000 guaranteed $10,3000 buy-in. With a total of 77 entries, the prize pool in the event grew to $770,000. In the end, it was Alexandros Kolonias (pictured above, left) who emerged victorious, taking home $240,861 for the win. The 2019 WSOP Europe champion has found a lot of success in online high roller series this year, as he recently won the Poker Masters Online series leaderboard to win the purple jacket.

The daily $25,500 buy-in event drew 43 entries, surpassing its $1,000,000 guarantee by $75,000. Reigning Card Player Player of the Year award winner Stephen Chidwick (pictured above, center) made his debut for the series and promptly captured a title, earning $430,000 after overcoming Artur Martirosian heads-up. The Russian’s runner-up finish in this event was his fifth top-three finish of the series, and he was not yet done.

Sam Greenwood (pictured above, right) won his second title in as many days by taking down event 24, a $10,300 buy-in event with a $500,000 guarantee. Greenwood overcame Dan Smith (2nd – $127,973) heads-up to secure the $200,000 top prize. Kristen Bicknell secured her seventh cash of the series, earning $65,000 as the third-place finisher.

Event 22 – $10,300 NLH 6-Max Final Table

Place Name Payout
1 Alexandros Kolonias $240,861
2 Matthias Eibinger $150,150
3 Joao Vieira $92,400
4 Darrell Goh $67,375
5 Dan Shak $48,125
6 Mikita Badziakouski $32,725

Event 23 – $25,500 NLH 6-Max Final Table

Place Name Payout
1 Stephen Chidwick $430,000
2 Artur Martirosian $275,141
3 Darrell Goh $139,750
4 Isaac Haxton $96,750
5 Mikita Badziakouski $75,250
6 Sergi Reixach $58,109

Event 24 – $10,300 NLH 6-Max Final Table

Place Name Payout
1 Sam Greenwood $200,000
2 Dan Smith $127,973
3 Kristen Bicknell $65,000
4 Isaac Haxton $45,000
5 Ali Imsirovic $35,000
6 Kahle Burns $27,028

Events 25-27

The final three preliminary events of the series were single-day tournaments, unlike the 24 two-day events that preceded them. The first was a $10,300 buy-in no-limit hold’em eight max event, which drew 103 total entries to more than double the guarantee. Samuel Vousden (pictured above, left) ultimately captured the title, defeating two-time Super High Roller Bowl champion Timothy Adams heads-up to secure the $252,350 top prize. Adams earned $80,250 as the second-place finisher. It was his seventh cash of the series. Artur Martirosian finished 10th for $25,750, but was not yet done adding to his totals for the series.

Linus Loeliger (pictured above, center) won his second title of the series by taking down the $25,500 buy-in single day event. The tournament attracted 64 entries to create a prize pool of $1.6 million, with Loeliger taking home $520,000 for the victory. Artur Martirosian earned his fourth runner-up finish of the series in this event, adding $352,000 in earnings as well. Bicknell took home $236,000 as the third-place finisher. She had finished 11th in event 25 this same day, making this latest cash was her ninth of the series. She earned $742,187 throughout the preliminary events.

The final tournament of the day was a $10,300 buy-in with 88 entries. Australian two-time WSOP bracelet winner Michael Addamo (pictured above, right) emerged victorious, cashing for $228,800. Runner-up Mikita Badziakouski took home $162,800 for his tenth cash of the series. Artur Martirosian earned his eighth and final cash of the series, securing $114,400 as the third-place finisher to lock up his win on the preliminary event points leaderboard.

Event 25 – $10,300 NLH 8-Max Final Table

Place Name Payout
1 Samuel Vousden $252,350
2 Timothy Adams $180,250
3 Thomas Muehloecker $128,750
4 Luke Reeves $90,125
5 Nick Schulman $66,950
6 Christian Rudolph $51,500
7 Kahle Burns $41,200
8 Nick Petrangelo $33,475

Event 26 – $25,500 NLH 8-Max Final Table

Place Name Payout
1 Linus Loeliger $520,000
2 Artur Martirosian $352,000
3 Kristen Bicknell $236,000
4 Alex Foxen $148,000
5 Timothy Adams $116,000
6 George Wolff $92,000
7 Christoph Vogelsang $76,000
8 Isaac Haxton $60,000

Event 27 – $10,300 NLH 8-Max Final Table

Place Name Payout
1 Michael Addamo $228,800
2 Mikita Badziakouski $162,800
3 Artur Martirosian $114,400
4 Kahle Burns $79,200
5 Dan Smith $61,600
6 Luuk Gieles $44,000
7 Ilya Anatski $35,200
8 Sam Greenwood $30,800

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