The Canadian Poker Pro Outlasted A Field of 51 Entries To Earn $4,080,000
by Erik Fast
Daniel Dvoress has won the first-ever running of the Super High Roller Bowl Bahamas. The Canadian poker pro outlasted a field of 51 entries in the $250,000 buy-in no-limit hold’em tournament to earn the largest payday of his career: $4,080,000. The score brought the Mississauga, ON native’s lifetime earnings total to $15,230,748. As a result, Dvoress climbed into fifth place on the Canadian all-time money list, behind only Daniel Negreanu ($40,877,235), Sam Greenwood ($20,530,269), Tim Adams ($18,258,108) and Jonathan Duhamel ($17,981,623).
In addition to the title and the money, Dvoress was also awarded 600 Card Player Player of the Year points as the champion of this event. This was his first title and tenth final-table finish of the year. With $8,132,452 in year-to-date earnings and 3,393 points accrued, Dvoress has climbed into 32nd place in the 2019 POY race standings, which are sponsored by Global Poker. Read more >>