Last year, the entire Super High Roller Bowl field thought Matt Berkey was giving it away when he sat down in the $300,000 buy-in event. This year though, after a trip to the final table in 2016, he is actually giving it away. A sweat of Berkey’s Super High Roller Bowl is up for grabs, as part of The Solve for Why Academy’s Heads Up Bracket Challenge.
From this Sunday, April 16, to April 20, sixteen players, including WSOP bracelet winners, WPT champions, online wizards, WSOP November Niners, Las Vegas professionals and a few of Poker Central’s own, will compete in a heads-up tournament. The matches will be live streamed on Twitch but before cards get in the air on Sunday, The Solve for Why Academy is creating their own version of March Madness.
In a chance to make up for those busted NCAA Tournament brackets, head to solveforwhy.xyz to fill out your Heads Up Challenge bracket. The winning bracket, will receive .33%, or a $990 piece, of Matt Berkey’s Super High Roller Bowl, 2nd place will receive .17%, or a $510 piece, and 3rd place will earn a free webinar, courtesy of The Solve for Why Academy.
More information on The Solve for Why Academy’s Heads Up Bracket Challenge can be found here and make sure to follow @SolveForWhyAcad on Twitter, for more chances to win pieces of Matt Berkey in the Super High Roller Bowl.
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