2021 World Series of Poker
$100,000 Super High Roller

Another Day in Paradise: Day 2 of the Super High Roller


After eight levels of play on Day 1 of the PokerStars Championship Bahamas $100,000 Super High Roller, 34 players of 50 total entries remain. Due to an error late last night, some of the players that busted (Paul Newey and Sergio Aido) were reported to have made it through, while in fact being eliminated.

We focused on the big stories yesterday and will continue to do so today. Have a look at the highlights from Day 1:

Live reporting, with chip counts and a continuously updated blog, is in the hands of our colleagues over on the PokerStars Blog. The event resumes at noon today (in about an hour).

PlayerCountryChip Count
Nick PetrangeloUnited States861,000
Steve O'DwyerIreland801,000
Daniel DvoressCanada720,000
Connor DrinanUnited States637,000
Jason KoonUnited States624,000
Sam GreenwoodCanada605,000
Leo Yan Ho ChengCanada571,000
Koray AldemirGermany552,000
Jason MercierUnited States517,000
Byron KavermanUnited States461,000
Sean WinterUnited States450,000
Dario SammartinoItaly423,000
Joseph McKeehenUnited States405,000
David PetersUnited States393,000
Charlie CarrelUnited Kingdom379,000
Orpen KisacikogluTurkey377,000
Dan ColmanUnited States363,000
Erik SeidelUnited States299,000
Fabrizio GonzalezUruguay295,000
Stephen ChidwickUnited Kingdom284,000
Dan ShakUnited States281,000
Christoph VogelsangGermany250,000
Isaac HaxtonUnited States248,000
Adrian MateosSpain227,000
Pascal LefrancoisCanada211,000
Cary KatzUnited States193,000
Daniel NegreanuCanada188,000
Ivan LucaArgentina188,000
Justin BonomoUnited States187,000
Vladimir TroyanovskiyRussia171,000
Bill PerkinsUnited States170,000
Kevin HartUnited States130,000
Mustapha KanitItaly128,000
Benjamin TollereneUnited States107,000
Nick Petrangelo leads