Event #10: $25,500 High Roller Championship, $5m GTD

Christopher Fitzgerald Bags Day 1b Chip Lead in the WPTWOC $25,500 Super High Roller Championship

Christopher Fitzgerald

The second and final opening flight of the $25,500 Super High Roller Championship in the partypoker WPT World Online Championships is in the books.

The Day 1b field attracted 111 players with 17 survivors. This brings the total field up to 199 players with 28 total survivors when factoring in the 88 players and 11 survivors on Day 1b. This generated $25,000 in extra value with the mouth-watering $5 million guarantee just missed.

Christopher Fitzgerald emerged as the Day 1b chip leader after turning his 100,000 starting stack into a monster stack of 1,312,702 in chips after 18 blind levels of 25 minutes each.

Also bagging seven-figure stacks on Sunday were Daniel Rezaei (1,176,375) and partypoker Ambassador Jason Koon (1,007,130).

Meanwhile, partypoker Ambassador Ludovic Geilich will also bring a big stack forward to Day 2 after successfully ending Day 1b with a stack of 797,634.

Day 1b Final Chip Counts

PlacePlayerCountryChipsBig Blinds
1Christopher FitzgeraldUnited States1,312,70294
2Daniel RezaeiAustria1,176,37584
3Jason KoonUnited States1,007,13072
4Bujtas LaszloHungary910,90965
5Marius GierseAustria893,09464
6Ludovic GeilichUnited Kingdom797,63457
7Fabiano KovalskiBrazil796,90557
8Mark DemirjianLebanon599,22243
9Zachary ClarkUnited States571,30941
10Julian StuerAustria548,66039
11Alexandros KoloniasGreece484,53135
12Andras NemethHungary450,81232
13Brock WilsonUnited States415,88130
14Almedin ImsirovicUnited States368,48526
15Simon TrumperUnited Kingdom315,54223
16Mikhail VilkovRussia301,12422
17Wiktor MalinowskiPoland149,68511

Pascal Hartmann Leads the Pack

Pascal Hartmann will enter Day 2 as the chip leader after running up his stack to a colossal stack of 1,964,082 in chips.

Hartmann is a well-known poker pro and has navigated himself to several deep runs during the WPTWOC series. He's not managed to take down a Championship Event yet, bit this incredible start has done his chances of glory no harm at all.

Also bagging big on Day 1a was Mikita Badziakouski (1,250,461) and Ole Schemion with Kahle Burns (969,133) falling just short.

Day 2 Begins on Sept. 21 at 8:05 p.m. CEST

The 28 remaining players will return at 8:05 p.m. CEST on Sept. 21 in hopes of putting themselves in a good position for the massive $1,094,460 top prize. The final 28 players are already each guaranteed at least a min-cash of $56,750.

The action will begin with blinds at 7,000/14,000 along with an ante of 1,800 and will increase every 40 minutes. The day will end when seven players are left remaining, who will all be guaranteed at least a $155,061 seventh-place payout.

Super High Roller Championship Payouts


Stay tuned at PokerNews to see who advances to the final table and beyond in the $25,500 Super High Roller Championship.

WPT World Online Championships Winners

DateEventFieldPrize poolWinnerPayout
7/21/20Event #1: $3,200 Pot Limit Omaha Hi-Lo Championship145$500,000Paul Tedeschi$92,105
7/28/20Event #2: $3,200 Pot Limit Omaha Championship342$1,026,000Alex Manzano$176,132
8/4/20Event #3: $3,200 8-Max Championship1,062$3,186,000Gavin Cochrane$540,664
8/11/20Event #4: $3,200 6-Max Championship999$3,000,000Nick Petrangelo$494,550
8/18/20Event #5: $3,200 Knockout Championship1,035$3,105,000Daniel Smyth$413,391
8/25/20Event #6: $3,200 Mix-Max Championship989$3,000,000Andrey Kotelnikov$488,508
9/1/20Event #7: Micro Main Event Championship8,465$1,000,000Luiz Antonio Silva$488,508
9/9/20Event #7: Mini Main Event Championship4,600$5,000,000Renan Carlos Bruschi$504,582
9/16/20Event #8: $10,300 Main Event1,011$10,110,000Phil Mighall$1,550,298
9/17/20Event #9: $3,200 Heads-Up Championship166$500,000Steve O'Dwyer$135,000

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Тагове: Christopher FitzgeraldDaniel RezaeiJason KoonKahle BurnsLudovic GeilichMikita BadziakouskiOle SchemionPascal Hartmann