Ship it to Canada, son! Daniel Dvoress has been crushing it the last couple of years since posting his first seven-figure year in 2016. The 31-year old pro from Toronto recently passed the $15 million earnings mark moved into 8th place on the all-time Canada money list. He has $15.1 million in total after taking down the Super High Roller Bowl Bahamas for the biggest cash of his short career.
2017 was a banner year for Dvoress with 3.9 million in winnings. He had an "off" 2018 with only $944K in tournament cashes.
Dvoress bounced back in 2019 and doubled his career earnings in one year. Dvoress kicked off 2019 with a nice score at the $50K High Roller at the 2019 PCA in the Bahamas. In April, Dvoress final tabled the 100K Super High Roller at the EPT Monte Carlo for a $618K score.
In May, Dvoress had a sensational run at the Triton Poker Super High Roller Series in Montenegro. He cashed in five Triton events including a pair of runner-up finishes and banked over $2.6 million in less than two weeks of work.
And now, Dvoress is back in the Bahamas to play at the partypoker MILLIONS World Bahamas aka the Caribbean Poker Party. He took his usual seat among the other high balla sharks for a shot at the $250,000 buy-in Super High Roller Bowl Bahamas. A total of 51 entrants took a shot at the SHR Bowl title and $4 million in cash to the champ. Only the top 8 places paid out.
The difficult (which is an understatement) final table of eight at the SHRB Bahamas included ZeeJustin, Jason Koon, Steve O'Dwyer, Seth Davies, Erik Seidel, Kathy Lehne, Wai Chan, and of course... Dan Dvoress.
Bonomo and Koon busted early, which was great for the final six because two of the toughest and baddest sharks were picked off first. Steve O'Dwyer hit the bricks in sixth place, followed by Seth Davies in fifth.
Erik Seidel busted in fourth place, which paid out $1.275 million. Seidel now has won over $37 million, which is good for fifth on the all-time money list.
Kathy Lehne became the first woman to cash at a Super High Roller Bowl event. She missed out on shopping the entire event when she busted in third place with cracked Aces at the hand of Chan's pocket sixes. Lehne banked $1.785 million for her third-place finish.
With Lehne out, it set up the heavyweight bout between Chan and Dvoress. The loser would get a consolation prize worth $2.67 million, while the champ would walk away with the lion's share at $4 million.
Chan could not overcome Dvoress and the pro from Malaysia busted in second place. He earned a payout worth $2.67 million. Not too shabby, eh? Chan's career earnings passed eight digits and ne now has $11.7 million in tournaments according to Hendon Mob.
Dvoress shipped the SHRB Bahamas title but he got to fondle the winner's share worth $4,080,000. That's a sick haul any way you cut it.
2019 Super High Roller Bowl Bahamas
Prize Pool: $12,750,000
Final Table Results:
1. Daniel Dvoress (Canada) $4,080,000
2. Wai Leong Chan (Malaysia) $2,677,500
3. Kathy Lehne (USA) $1,785,000
4. Erik Seidel (USA) $1,275,000
5. Seth Davies (USA) $1,020,000
6. Steve O'Dwyer (USA) $765,000
7. Jason Koon (USA) $637,500
8. Justin Bonomo (USA) $510,000