Upswing Poker’s resident high-stakes tournament expert added another seven-figure score to his resume.
Nick Petrangelo finished second in Super High Roller Bowl VII, taking home $2,016,000 in the process. The latest chapter of the $300,000 buy-in tournament finished on Oct. 5, 2022, and saw Petrangelo walk away from PokerGO Studio at Aria Las Vegas with the second-biggest cash of his career.
The Super High Roller Bowl saw 24 of the world’s top players compete in one of the highest-stakes live tournaments on the poker calendar. With the runner-up finish, Petrangelo’s career tournament earnings now stand at $26,654,001.
Petrangelo finished as one of only four players to make it to the payout ladder in the Super High Roller Bowl. Other cash finishers included Daniel Negreanu (1st – $3,312,000), Andrew “LuckyChewy” Lichtenberger (3rd – $1,152,000), and Justin Bonomo (4th – $720,000).
PokerGO commentator and fellow poker pro Nick Schulman said of Petrangelo:
“Every time I play with Nick, or watch him play, I’m always left with the feeling that he’s one of the best players in the world,” Schulman said. That commentary came from a clip that you can watch in the Twitter post linked below:
Coach Nick Petrangelo is chip leading the Super High Roller bowl with 5 players left and $3+ million up top!
This clip of his heroic call yesterday is from @PokerGo!
— UpswingPoker (@UpswingPoker) October 7, 2022
Petrangelo’s “Smash Live Cash” Course Launches on Upswing Poker This Month
Petrangelo is the lead instructor for a pair of standalone courses on tournament play at Upswing Poker. His Winning Poker Tournaments and High Stakes MTT Sessions courses are designed as extensive courses for serious tournament players.
Petrangelo’s poker experience also includes thousands of hours at the live cash game tables. He began his poker career playing $1/$2 No-Limit Hold’em cash games, and over the course of the past year has put in more hours than ever at the high-stakes cash tables.
Upswing Poker will release Petrangelo’s live poker cash game course later this month. Titled Smash Live Cash, the course features Petrangelo’s live coaching sessions with poker vlogger Brad Owen.
Viewers of Owen’s vlog have watched as Brad climbed to the highest cash game stakes of his poker career over the past 12 months, Owen attributes much of that success to coaching from Petrangelo.
Smash Live Cash allows students to look in on Owen’s sessions with Coach Petrangelo. The course also includes thousands of preflop charts, covering just about every scenario and player profile you might encounter in live cash games.
The standalone course features 25+ hours of high-level content from Petrangelo, and debuts later this month.