Seth Davies takes the chip lead into the Super High Roller Bowl Bahamas final table.
By Jon Sofen
Seth Davies leads with eight players remaining after two days of play at the Super High Roller Bowl Bahamas. We’ll have a winner, whom will be $4,080,000 richer, on Monday.
Kathy Lehne made history on Sunday. She became the first woman cash in a Super High Roller Bowl. Lehne will enter Day Three third in chips and has a nice healthy stack to play around with.
Play concluded when Wai Kin Yong took a brutal bad beat at the hands of Seth Davies, who hit a lucky river card to catapult into the chip lead heading into tomorrow’s final table at the Baha Mar Resort in Nassau, Bahamas. Read more >>