Justin Bonomo has done it again! The 34-year old American poker pro took down Super High Roller Bowl Online on partypoker last night defeating a field of 50 of the world’s best players to win his third Championship ring. In 2018, Bonomo won Super High Roller Bowl China and the Las Vegas edition and he now adds an online title to that list of accomplishments.
The final day of this $100,000 buy-in event started with 13 players lead by Ali Imsirovic who didn’t manage to build on his impressive Day 1 performance. First to go on the final day were Darrell Goh, Alex Foxen, Sergi Reixach, and Jonathan Van Fleet before Imsirovic himself departed in ninth place.
The final seven players were getting paid and it was Orpen Kisacikoglu who ran ace-king into the kings of Michael Addamo to bust on the bubble. At the final table, various players held the chip lead, most notably Sam Greenwood. During seven-handed play, Greenwood held a massive lead but after doubling up Justin Bonomo and Linus Loeliger he busted to Dan Shak in a massive coin flip with sevens versus ace-king.
The action sped up leading to the eliminations of Linus Loeliger, Pauli Ayras, and David Peters before an epic heads-up match unfolded. With commentary provided by Jeff Platt, Brent Hanks, and special guest Nick Schulman, Addamo and Bonomo put on a show.
During the match, Addamo found himself on the brink of closing things out but a massive bluff by Bonomo went uncalled as the Aussie folded trips on the river. An hour later the tables had turned and Bonomo closed things out with when Addamo was all in with queens against his king-five. Bonomo spiked a king on the flop and claimed the win.
|1||Justin Bonomo||United States||$1,775,000|
|3||David Peters||United States||$762,500|
|5||Dan Shak||United States||$325,000|
Justin Bonomo’s win concludes two weeks of high stakes action on partypoker as Artrur Martirosian became the overall SHRB Online Series winner. Running concurrently with lats night’s Super High Roller Bowl Online action was its “Mini” version. This event had a $10,000 buy-in and drew 117 players. Vicent Bosca beat Ben Heath heads up to claim the $286,650 top prize.