The 2018 World Series of Poker closed out the summer calendar the exact same way it started with Justin Bonomo in the winner's circle.
The Super High Roller Bowl champion earned $5 million for his victory in May and doubled that win with a $10 million score in the Big One
“I just remember thinking that normally I don’t sweat all-ins at all but there, it’s like ‘Goddamn, this is a lot of f***ing money.’”
Dan Smith is competing for the most money of his life today at the final table of the Big One for One Drop. The high roller extraordinaire
The final event of the 2018 World Series of Poker puts a place of history on the line for Justin Bonomo. The 2018 Super High Roller Bowl champion is the chip leader of the Big One for One Drop final table with $10 million sitting for first place. A win for
Justin Bonomo's 2018 gets better with each tournament and he is the chip leader after Day 2 of the Big One for One Drop. Bonomo bagged below the 5,000,000 starting stack on Day 1 but jumped into the lead midway through Day 2 and held on through the final six.
The realm of the unknown is a difficult place to charter in a field as exclusive as the Big One for One Drop. Matthew Siegal is an avatar for anonymous among the crowd of successful businessmen and top-notch professionals.
The self-described investor hails from New York City and is not a
The final event of the World Series of Poker calendar is the largest one of them all. The $1,000,000 Big One for One Drop drew an exclusive field of 24 entrants with registration open until the start of Day 2. 19 of those players survived Day 1.
Phil Ivey and Daniel
Justin Bonomo’s 2018 tournament results put him on a pace never before seen in poker history. Both Super High Roller Bowl titles in 2018 reside in Bonomo’s name and the $14.945 million earned overall rocketed him up to third on the all-time money list.
The $1 million Big One for One
John Cynn is poker's newest and richest champion after winning a record-breaking final table in the World Series of Poker Main Event. Cynn vanquished a field of 7,874 and beat Tony Miles heads up to claim the title and $8.8 million. The last of the three final table days completed
Tony Miles assumed the chip lead on the second day of the 2018 Main Event final table on PokerGO. Miles busted Joe Cada and now holds two-thirds of the total chips in play heading to the homestretch. Cada's amazing attempt at another Main Event win is on the shelf but
The second night of the 2018 World Series of Poker Main Event final table opened with Michael Dyer in control of the chip lead. That narrative changed right away as Tony Miles took the steering wheel of the final table. Miles holds a commanding chip lead three-handed after knocking out