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Christoph Vogelsang wins $6M at 2017 Aria $300,000 Super High Roller Bowl

Tags: Christoph Vogelsang, super high roller bowl.
Posted on Friday, June 02, 2017 by "K".

This year’s $300,000 Super High Roller Bowl event in Aria has 56 of the world’s best poker players as well as leading amateurs buying-in for $300,000 apiece for the opportunity to take home the Super High Roller Bowl championship ring plus a grand prize worth $6 million!

The 5-day event was scheduled on May 28, 2017 (Sunday) up to June 1, 2017 (Thursday). Each day the games started at 4:30 PM (ET) and ended at 2:30 AM (ET). The venue is the Aria Resort and Casino, one of the most popular poker destinations in Las Vegas.

For Day 5, the final day, the poker community has seen the remaining top three players battle it out. Below are their names and stats:

Jake Schindler (United States) – 10,670,000 chip count

Christoph Vogelsang (Germany) – 5,245,000 chip count

Stefan Schillhabel (Germany) – 885,000 chip count

The payout for third place is $2.4 million, second place is $3.6 million, whereas the first place winner shall take home $6 million!

After almost five hours of heads-up play in which the chip leader varied a couple of times, the German poker pro Christoph Vogelsang triumphed over his two opponents American Jake Schindler and fellow German Stefan Schillhabel to win the prestigious $300,000 Super High Roller Bowl event at ARIA.

Check out Pokernews.com to see how Vogelsang claimed first place on this event.

This is actually Vogelsang’s very first live win and he astoundingly almost doubled his career live cashes on this event to nearly $14 million. His win has moved him up to second place on the all-time money list in Germany, with Fedor Holz reigning at the top.

This is by far Vogelsang’s victory on the biggest tournament of his career, and he joins American player Brian Rast and fellow German Rainer Kempe as Super High Roller Bowl champions.

Aside from the $6 million prize money, Vogelsang also got a $13,500 WSOP Main Event package provided by 888poker.

Source:

https://www.pokernews.com/tours/super-high-roller-series/2017-super-high-roller-bowl/300000-super-high-roller-bowl/

https://www.superhighroller.com/ 


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15 comments for "Christoph Vogelsang wins $6M at 2017 Aria $300,000 Super High Roller Bowl"

 AoE6/2/2017 10:53:37 AM GMT
amazing
 Robbo19906/2/2017 12:50:36 PM GMT
if only someone knows how much he actually gets, because of the buyin and he not winning a live event before it would be interesting to see who backed him and then maybe the reason if hes a bit of a unknown .... anyway this is sick win and can live a very comfortable life while joining in on prop bets
 Mober6/2/2017 7:48:59 PM GMT
A nice win there, but you have almost 8 millions in winnings, you go and buy in for 300k
to a tournament?
The article of course talks about live cashes that he has, so i guess he has got more from
online play, permitting him to buy in there.
 StheP6/2/2017 8:39:38 PM GMT
Posted by Robbo1990:
if only someone knows how much he actually gets, because of the buyin and he not winning a live event before it would be interesting to see who backed him and then maybe the reason if hes a bit of a unknown .... anyway this is sick win and can live a very comfortable life while joining in on prop bets

he has live tournament win O.o he is preaty good player and he wasnt backed, he sell some action, how much I dont know...

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Posted by Mober:
A nice win there, but you have almost 8 millions in winnings, you go and buy in for 300k
to a tournament?
The article of course talks about live cashes that he has, so i guess he has got more from
online play, permitting him to buy in there.

he sell some action, and yes he has 8m$ win from live tournaments
 mocoteo6/3/2017 12:54:27 AM GMT
""A nice win there, but you have almost 8 millions in winnings, you go and buy in for 300k to a tournament?""'

It is not that bad BRManagement....aka 8.000.000 / 300.000 = 26,66 Smile .
 pajalnick6/3/2017 3:37:05 AM GMT
Christoph Vogelsang Vince a huge amount of money and he obviously has a very successful year and so he needs to use this in the continuation of this year ... good luck and congratulations to him
 StheP6/3/2017 12:04:17 PM GMT
Posted by mocoteo:
""A nice win there, but you have almost 8 millions in winnings, you go and buy in for 300k to a tournament?""'

It is not that bad BRManagement....aka 8.000.000 / 300.000 = 26,66 Smile .

his BR isnt 8m$ thats only winings without buy ins, and who knows how many tournament he played and didnt cash... also he could win as much online, and on cash game... so his BR realy could be anywhere between 0 and 20m$
 Robbo19906/3/2017 12:51:12 PM GMT
Posted by StheP:
Posted by Robbo1990:
if only someone knows how much he actually gets, because of the buyin and he not winning a live event before it would be interesting to see who backed him and then maybe the reason if hes a bit of a unknown .... anyway this is sick win and can live a very comfortable life while joining in on prop bets

he has live tournament win O.o he is preaty good player and he wasnt backed, he sell some action, how much I dont know...


oh in the article it said his first live win. it is quite misleading though when they say how much someone has won without subtracting buyins, % they had etc
 StheP6/3/2017 1:04:46 PM GMT
actualy is his first win, but he had a ton of final tables.... here is link on his live tournament winnings

http://pokerdb.thehendonmob.com/player.php?a=r&n=294789
 Robbo19906/3/2017 2:02:59 PM GMT
do you know if hes playing in the 1drop which has already started?
 StheP6/3/2017 2:08:46 PM GMT
he was, but he was eliminated...

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also fedor holz was eliminated if you are interested in that

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late registraasion is open for 2 more levels, but dont know if re entry is allowed, if it is allowed, I think both would rejoin
 Tony_MON7ANA6/3/2017 4:59:07 PM GMT
Massive well done to Christoph Vogelsang from Germany who won an incredible amount of money in the 2017 Super High Roller Bowl tournament. He must be feeling on top of the world! I wish him all the best for the future.
 Gerimantas6/3/2017 7:48:46 PM GMT
Yes I also agree that 300.000 is very big buyin and so you can play such buyin tournaments you have to have at least 20-30 million bankroll. Sometimes olayers risk because they feel they are in good momentum and want to try their luck to win very big
 Mober6/3/2017 8:22:31 PM GMT
Took a quick look at his previous games an i saw that 2014 was playing the 1 million buy in.
Now i couldnt find info if he bought directly or satellited to it.
How much money could have at that point to by in directly.
 doubletop7776/5/2017 7:24:47 AM GMT
Many congratulations to Christoph Vogelsang on winning this massive event and the first prize of $6,000,000. I can only imagine the feeling he must have had when he realised he had won

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