PokerGO owner wins $100,000 Super High Roller

Carey Katz comes back from the short stack to defeat one of the toughest final tables you'll ever see at the PCA.

Cary Katz PCA
Cary Katz

It's tough enough coming into a final table with a short stack as a recreational player, but when the final table includes Justin Bonomo, Sam Greenwood, Daniel Negreanu, Bryn Kenney and Isaac Haxton, that task seems near impossible. 

Those were the obstacles PokerGo owner Cary Katz managed to overcome last night and in the process took down the PCA $100,000 Super High Roller for $1,492,340

He defeated Justin Bonomo heads-up, who himself took down $1,077,800 for a good start to the year. Bryn Kenney, who won this event twice before, made a good start to defending his 'most money earned in 2017' title with a $686,960 third place finish and Daniel Negreanu made a good start towards his 'profit for $2 million' goal with a $521,140 score. 

Day 1A of the PCA Main Event started yesterday but next up for poker stream fans is the final table of the $50,000 High Roller, which you can watch right here at 21:30 CET tonight.

$100,000 PCA Super High Roller
Position Player Prize
1st Cary Katz $1,492,340
2nd Justin Bonomo $1,077,800
3rd Bryn Kenney $686,960
4th Daniel Negreanu $521,140
5th Ivan Luca $402,700
6th Isaac Haxton $307,940
7th Sam Greenwood $248,720
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