Team partypoker’s Kristen Bicknell looks to be hitting form at the perfect time with the $102,000 buy-in Super High Roller Bowl kicking off later this evening. The world’s number one female poker player, that’s official from Global Poker Index not just our thoughts, won more than $300,000 this weekend!

SHRB #26 – Super High Roller: $1M Gtd [8-Max, 1-Day Event]

The largest of Bicknell’s score came in the SHRB #26 – Super High Roller: $1M Gtd [8-Max, 1-Day Event] on May 31. Sunday’s tournaments were one-day events so that they were done and dusted in time for the $102,000 finale on June 1.

Bicknell was one of 64 players to pay the $25,500 buy-in and she locked up a return on her investment by reaching the final table. Her teammate Isaac Haxton was also there, although his tournament ended in an eighth-place finish worth $60,000.

Our heroine locked up a six-figure score when George Wolff crashed out in sixth-place. Timothy Adams followed suit before Bicknell’s partner Alex Foxen ran out of luck and fell in fourth-place for $148,000. Bicknell’s tournament ended soon after and she padded her bankroll with $236,000.

Her exit left Artur Martirosian and Linus Loeliger as the last two players in the event. Loeliger got the job done and secured the $520,000 top prize, leaving his Russia opponent to collect $352,000 for second place.

Bicknell also cashed for $25,750 in the $10,300 one-day event, and finished third for $65,000 in a $10,300 two-day event.

Place Player Country Prize
1 Linus Loeliger Austria $520,000
2 Artur Martirosian Russia $352,000
3 Kristen Bicknell Canada $236,000
4 Alex Foxen Canada $148,000
5 Timothy Adams Canada $116,000
6 George Wolff Mexico $92,000
7 Christoph Vogelsang United Kingdom $76,000
8 Isaac Haxton Canada $60,000

SHRB #23 – Super High Roller: $1M Gtd [6-Max, 2-Day Event]

Stephen Chidwick won the $25,500 Super High Roller 6-Max event in dramatic circumstances. Chidwick found himself heads-up against Russian pro Artur Martirosian after Sergei Rexiach busted in sixth and Team partypoker duo Mikita Badziakouski and Isaac Haxton fell in fifth and fourth-place respectively.

Darrel Goh was the third-place finisher and he won $139,750.

Chidwick and Martirosian set about each other heads-up and the final had was cruel to the Russian. Rather than explain what went down, watch this clip and let us know if that was not a sick hand.

Place Player Country Prize
1 Stephen Chidwick Mexico $430,000
2 Artur Martirosian Russia $275,140
3 Darrell Goh United Kingdom $139,750
4 Isaac Haxton Canada $96,750
5 Mikita Badziakouski Slovenia $75,250
6 Sergei Rexiach United Kingdom $58,109

SHRB #27 – High Roller: $500K Gtd [8-Max, 1-Day Event]

Mikita Badziakouski came close to winning a Super High Roller Bowl title but fell short in the SHRB #27 – High Roller: $500K Gtd [8-Max, 1-Day Event]. Badziakouski navigated his way to heads-up where he faced UK-based Australian Michael Addamo.

It really was a clash of the titans but, sadly, Badziakouski was the second-place finisher. This latest deep run saw Badziakouski bank$162,800 and Addamo walk away with the $228,800 top prize.

Place Player Country Prize
1 Michael Addamo United Kingdom $228,800
2 Mikita Badziakouski Slovenia $162,800
3 Artur Martirosian Russia $114,400
4 Kahle Burns Mexico $79,200
5 Dan Smith Canada $61,600
6 Luuk Gieles Netherlands $44,000
7 Ilya Anatski Belarus $35,200
8 Sam Greenwood Canada $30,800

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