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.
After months of speculation on its field size, the $1,000,000 Big One for One Drop kicked off on Sunday afternoon with 24 players. Before the start of play on Day 2, another three players entered thus creating the smallest seven-figure buy-in field since the first edition of this event in
Twitch is your secondary home for World Series of Poker broadcasts and coverage of Day 3 of the $100K NLH High Roller is live. Day 2 of this big buy-in bracelet event opened Twitch’s 2018 WSOP coverage on Saturday and a similar group of elite high stakes players returns to play
After final tabling the 2018 Super High Roller Bowl, Nick Petrangelo could be on the verge of another huge final table. The American holds the chip lead with ten players remaining heading into Day 3 of the World Series of Poker's $100K NLH High Roller. Those ten players will resume
Twitch is your secondary home for World Series of Poker broadcasts and coverage of Day 2 of the $100K NLH High Roller is live. The Event #4 $1,500 Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better final table was scheduled to open Twitch's 2018 WSOP coverage, but because that field returned well off
Justin Bonomo has been near the top of the leaderboard for the majority of the 2018 Super High Roller Bowl as he looks to add to the staggering $9.5 million he’s managed to win in live tournaments over the last six months. Bonomo currently ranks fifth on poker’s all-time money
Justin Bonomo has a firm hold of the chip lead after Day 2 of the Super High Roller Bowl with just 14 players remaining, closely followed by U.S. Poker Open Champion Stephen Chidwick, Seth Davies, who was one of the players highlighted during INSIDERS on PokerGO, and defending champion Christoph
The 2018 Super High Roller Bowl is officially underway and Day 1 of the $300,000 buy-in event is currently streaming live on PokerGO. The first level of play was not streamed but during the opening 90 minutes, Brian Rast and Antonio Esfandiari were eliminated. Rast busted to Kathy Lehne and
The 2018 Super High Roller Bowl is two weeks away, but before we look ahead, we have to look back. The second Super High Roller Bowl ran in 2016 and featured a $300,000 buy-in. 49 players built up a $15 million prize pool and some of the world’s best competed.