Breaking Down the Action:
  • Running Events Make for Big Action
  • Super High Roller Bowl Pivotal for All-Time Money List
  • The Schedule in Full

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The 2022 iterations of the Poker Masters and Super High Roller Bowl take place in Autumn, but who will claim millions in prize money?

This week, PokerGO announced that the Poker Masters and Super High Roller Bowl schedules for the runs beginning in September 2022 are locked in. With millions up for grabs, its sure to thrill players and fans alike, with plenty of action being broadcast on PokerGO and the Purple Jacket up for grabs in the Poker Masters.

Running Events Make for Big Action

The 2022 Poker Masters will, for the first time, lead directly into the 2022 Super High Roller Bowl VII, with all the action taking place in the PokerGO Studio at ARIA in Las Vegas. Starting on September 21st, players will begin their journey to an eventual winner in the 2022 Poker Masters, with a new high roller event beginning every day until October 2nd. Last year saw Michael Addamo claim the Poker Masters title as the Australian capped an extended period of domination in terms of poker tournaments.

The overall leaderboard winner of the Poker Masters will win not only the fabled Purple Jacket, designed by Waraire Boswell, but a $50,000 leaderboard prize, too. With a dozen events sure to be popular with players of an elite level, it will take a huge amount of skill and a dose of rungood in order to win through and collect the top prize.

With buy-ins typically five figures and up, the final event will be in No Limit Hold’em and have a $50,000 buy-in, with each event lasting two days, one to trim the field and reach the final table, and one to find a winner on the as-live PokerGO Stream. The seventh Las Vegas Super High Roller Bowl will begin right after the Poker Masters concludes, with all the action kicking off on Wednesday, October 5th.

Super High Roller Bowl Pivotal for All-Time Money List

The $300,000 buy-in Super High Roller Bowl event is the PokerGO Tour’s biggest event of the year and as such will be the most keenly fought for title. There’s an extra wrinkle this year, with the tantalizing possibility that whoever wins it – or come close – could make a huge stride in one very significant area of the game.

With Bryn Kenney and Justin Bonomo just a few hundred thousand dollars apart at the top of the all-time money list – Bonomo currently leads with $57,517,404 to Kenney’s $57,221,865 – any result during the SHRB VII could have a major impact not just on who leads at the close of 2022, but possibly for a few years to come.

The action takes place over just three days from the PokerGO Studio at ARIA in Las Vegas as a bundle of ARIA High Roller tournaments are also scheduled in for the period between October 3rd and 7th.

The Schedule in Full

“You simply cannot miss [these events] whether you’re a high-stakes player or one of the millions of poker fans around the world.”

Mori Eskandani, President of PokerGO, is excited about the forthcoming pair of events, and thinks that fans and players alike will be thrilled by the action.

“With Super High Roller VII taking place in the second half of the PGT season, we felt it was a

great opportunity to pair it with the 2022 Poker Masters series to create a tremendous schedule of elite action,” he said. “As the PGT moves closer towards crowning the greatest poker champion of the year and winner of the PGT Championship’s $500,000 prize, these are two events that you simply cannot miss whether you’re a high-stakes player or one of the millions of poker fans around the world.”

With both the 2022 Poker Masters and the 2022 Super High Roller Bowl also awarding points that contribute to the end of year PGT leaderboard, players who are successful can put themselves in a terrific position to make the top 21 players who will compete in the season-closing PGT Championship. That’s going to be an absolute treat for poker fans, with the winner – and only the winner taking home the $500,000 prize in the all-or-nothing game to end the PokerGO Tour in 2022.   for a chance to take home the

2022 Poker Masters

Wednesday, September 21st – $10,000 No-Limit Hold’em

Thursday, September 22nd – $10,000 No-Limit Hold’em

Friday, September 23rd – $10,000 Pot-Limit Omaha

Saturday, September 24th – $10,000 No-Limit Hold’em

Sunday, September 25th – $10,000 No-Limit Hold’em

Monday, September 26th – $10,000 8-Game

Tuesday, September 27th – $10,000 No-Limit Hold’em

Wednesday, September 28th – $15,000 No-Limit Hold’em

Thursday, September 29th – $25,000 Pot-Limit Omaha

Friday, September 30th – $25,000 No-Limit Hold’em

Saturday, October 1st – $25,000 No-Limit Hold’em

Sunday, October 2nd – $50,000 No-Limit Hold’em

Super High Roller Bowl VII:

– Wednesday, October 5th – $300,000 Super High Roller Bowl VII Day 1

– Thursday, October 6th – $300,000 Super High Roller Bowl VII Day 2

– Friday, October 7th – $300,000 Super High Roller Bowl VII Day 3


James Guill

James Guill is a former professional poker player who writes fro about poker, sports, casinos, gaming legislation and the online gambling industry in general. His past experience includes working with IveyPoker, PokerNews, PokerJunkie, Bwin, and the Ongame Network. From 2006-2009 he participated in multiple tournaments including the 37th and 38th World Series of Poker (WSOP). James lives in Virgina and he has a side business where he picks and sells vintage and antique items.

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