Tag: Justin Bonomo

Top Ten Best poker players of all time

There is lots of money to be made playing poker. Many of poker’s best players have climbed the ladder and made millions on the live and virtual felt. Here are the top ten best poker players of all time based on tournament winnings. Honorable mentions How about a shout-out to numbers 11-20! 20. Jason Mercier (US)–$18.9 million…

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Devesh Thapar Makes Day 3 Of APT Vietnam ME; Justin Bonomo Leads Final 6 In WSOP Big One For One Drop

The APT Vietnam Ho Chi Minh Main Event VND 6 Billion GTD Championship is currently underway at the APT’s partner and host venue Pro Poker Club in Vietnam. The prestigious event drew a record participation of 499 players and generated VND 9.68 Billion (INR 2.87 Crores) in the prize pool. From Team India, several poker players were seen in action in…

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$1,000,000 Big One for One Drop: Year of Bonomo Continues as he Bags Big Lead on Bubble

Justin Bonomo has busied himself through the first six months of 2018 putting together arguably the greatest year in the history of tournament poker, and one thing that could absolutely cement that would be a victory in a $1 million tournament. After two days of play, Bonomo has positioned himself for exactly that, as he has bagged…

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Ben Yu Wins Third Bracelet in Event #77: $50,000 High Roller $1,650,773

Ben Yu isn't known as a no-limit hold'em guy, but that doesn't mean that he can't compete with the best. After two long days of play, Yu conquered a field of 128 players to take down his third World Series of Poker bracelet, his first in a no-limit hold'em event, and the first-place prize of $1,650,773 in Event #77:…

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Justin Bonomo Wins 2018 WSOP $10,000 NLH Heads-Up Championship

Justin Bonomo is close to creating history in the poker world, rivalling the 2014 performance of Daniel Colman or the historic 2016 show put together by Germany’s Fedor Holz. The 32-year-old poker pro won his ninth title of the year 2018, emerging victorious in the 2018 World Series of Poker $10,000 Heads-Up NLH Championship. Bonomo defeated 114 entries to win his second…

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