(Image courtesy of PokerNews.com) Tony G is laying claim to being the best Short Deck player in the world after he won his second Short Deck event at the Super High Roller Series Europe. Following his win in Event #3, Guoga won Event #7: $100,000 Short Deck for $1,196,000 to
Tony G raised to 45,000 from the hijack and Justin Bonomo moved all in from the button for 335,000. Action folded back to Guoga, and he called. Bonomo: [3d3s] Guoga: [7c7h] The dealer spread the [9sKh5s2sJs] board and Bonomo made a four-flush to double through the Australian.
Daniel Dvoress raised to 23,000 from the hijack and Tony G called on the button. From the big blind, Justin Bonomo three-bet to 110,000, and after Dvoress folded, Guoga called. The flop landed [7h3hQh] and Bonomo continued for 60,000. Guoga called and both players checked the [Jd] on the turn. The river
Tony G limped the button, and Ben Heath completes the small blind as Mikita Badziakouski checked his option in the big blind. The flop landed [7sTs8h] and action checked to Guoga, and he bet 13,000. Heath folded, but Badziakouski called as both players checked the [9h] on the turn. The river fell
Over the next two weeks, six WSOP bracelets will be awarded from King's Casino in Rozvadov. While exclusive coverage of the 2019 World Series of Poker Europe continues on PokerGO, we're breaking down the biggest hands from every stream starting with the €250K Super High Roller. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=px1eReYbHKY&feature=youtu.be Neither player made Day 2,