New Poker Central Network to Produce $500K Super High Roller Bowl TV Show

pokercentralOne of the highlights of the summer of 2015 is sure to be the just-announced Super High Roller Bowl – a $500,000 buy-in event with an estimated prizepool of $25 million and $8 million for first place. Poker fans will be able to enjoy all the action from this historic event thanks to a brand new TV network dedicated to the game they love.

Poker Central, the world’s first 24/7 poker TV network, will produce the upcoming star-studded Super High Roller Bowl, which takes place from July 2 through July 4 at the ARIA Resort & Casino. Phil Hellmuth, Phil Ivey, Antonio Esfandiari and Erik Seidel are just a few players scheduled to compete in what should be one of the biggest poker tournaments in the history of the game.

POKER PROductions, the producers of the World Series of Poker and numerous other poker television programs, will work with Poker Central and the ARIA to put together a show that will air on a major sports television network, with more details to be announced in the near future.

“This prestigious tournament is set to be one of the most talked-about events of the year,” said Mori Eskandani, president of POKER PROductions. “Many of the best players in the world are on board to compete for millions in prizes and the very first Super High Roller Bowl championship ring.”

The $500,000 Super High Roller Bowl, with at least 50 players either confirmed or probable to participate, is scheduled to air on TV starting in August. The Super High Roller Bowl is the climax of three events in the Super High Roller Series, with a Celebrity Shootout scheduled for June 27 and 28 and a cash game set for June 30 and July 1.

“We are excited to partner with ARIA and POKER PROductions to announce this new and thrilling event,” said Clint Stinchcomb, CEO of Poker Central. “It’s sure to be one of the most captivating and popular tournaments in poker.”

All players capable of putting up the $500,000 buy-in are eligible, and there will be no cap on the size of the field. The Super High Roller Bowl is rake-free, so all of that money will go into the prizepool.

In addition to an estimated first place prize of $8 million (based on a field of 50), the winner will also get a customized Super High Roller Bowl championship ring.

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