Joined: Jun '12
Age: 50 (M)
Brian Rast has 7.525,000 reasons to celebrate his victory in the High Roller Super Bowl
He managed to defeat Scott Seiver in the HU and took the fourth prize of his career.
43 players gathered at the Aria Casino & Resort in Las Vegas, to give life to this multi-million dollar competition. After three days, the big winner of this event was Brian Rast who beat veteran of a thousand battles, Scott Seiver to stay with a nice trophy plus a giant tower or $ 7,525,000.
Brian started playing poker since 2003 when I saw the movie Rounder and since sum, together with the above, two bracelets and 21 WSOP boxes.
Joined: Mar '12
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 39 (F)
A great win for Brian Rast and a nice payday as well.I think I read that he managed to satellite his way into the tournament as well,so no big buy-in either.Also good to see Eric Seidel manage to cash close to a million as well.
Joined: Nov '13
Age: 22 (F)
The $500,000 Super High Roller Bowl Final Table Results
Place Player Prize 1 Brian Rast $7,525,000 2 Scott Seiver $5,160,000 3 Connor Drinan $3,225,000 4 Timofey Kuznetsov $2,150,000 5 David Peters $1,505,000 6 Tom Marchese $1,075,000 7 Erik Seidel $860,000
Joined: Feb '14
Age: 30 (M)
Brian Rast is a close friend of antonio esfandiari and Phil Laak that is actually how i knew about him it seems he finally step out from their shadows winning $7,525,000 is amazing .. still i don't think he is one of the best out there , i guess he knew how to pick his friends he was able to sneak into the poker world and he got a chance to play in a big tournaments with only 43 players