Justin Bonomo Continues His Domination of Super High Roller Bowl Events

Published on June 3rd, 2020 10:57 am EST

Super Bonomo!Justin Bonomo really, really likes Super High Roller Bowl events.

Bonomo won the conclusion to the Super High Roller Bowl series earlier this week, taking down the $100,000 buy-in event for $1,775,000.

In order to claim the first place prize, Bonomo had to outlast a tough final table that included the likes of David Peters, Linus Loeliger and Sam Greenwood, just to name a few.

The battle for the title came down to Bonomo vs Michael Addamo, and that heads-up battle ended up lasting hours. In the end, Addamo elected to make his last stand holding pocket Queens, while Bonomo held K-5. The board gave Bonomo trip Kings and the title, while Addamo was left with his runner-up prize of $1,187,500.


This is the third Super High Roller Bowl title of Bonomo's career.

In 2018, Bonomo took down two Super High Roller Bowl events over the course of just two months.

In March of 2018, Bonomo took down the Super High Roller Bowl Macau event for $4,823,077.

In May of 2018, Bonomo followed this up with a win in the 2018 Super High Roller Bowl in Las Vegas for $5 million.

These wins complemented Bonomo's victory in the Big One for One Drop later in the summer, giving Bonomo one of the greatest single year performances in the history of poker.


With his victory earlier this week, Bonomo now has well over $50 million in total lifetime tournament cashes.

It's unbelievable to think that Justin Bonomo is still just 34 years of age, given how long he has been active in the poker world.


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