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
The Super High Roller Bowl Online Series action on partypoker continues to be massive with Justin Bonomo locking up a major win in Event #11. Bonomo defeated Artur Martirosian heads up to claim the $622,634 top prize which vaulted him into fifth on the overall standings. The clubhouse leader, Viktor
The highly successful Poker Masters Online on partypoker continued last night with two more No Limit Hold'em events that brought 119 and 94 players to the events respectively. The Aussies Kahle Burns and Michael Addamo came out victorious knocking out a long string of famous foes along the way. The winner
More chips for one of the biggest stacks still remaining in the tournament, that of Stephen Chidwick, this time the last of those still belonging to Michael Addamo. Timothy Adams had raised to 20,000 holding [kdtd], receiving three callers including neighbour Chidwick with [KcKh] and both blinds, Addamo in the
Michael Addamo opened to 20,000 and found Sam Greenwood moving all in over the top for 92,000. He threw in the call, tabling [6d7d]; Greenwood showed down [Acks]. Addamo hit a six on the [6h8c3s] flop and Greenwood had to wait past the [4d] turn to spike his [as] on
Paul Phua has already made three final tables at the partypoker LIVE MILLIONS Super High Roller Series this week in Sochi, but a title has proven elusive – until today. Returning as the shortest-stacked player from nine finalists, he started the day with a double up and never looked back.
It folded to Michael Addamo in the cutoff, who looked down at [Ks8s] and shipped it in (1,140,000). Webster Lim on the button picked up a hand stronger than any he'd jammed with in the level so far - [AhAd] - and they saw a heads up runout of [3s7c7h5sJc].
Matthias Eibinger raised in the hijack to 120,000 with [TsTh], and Webster Lim, second in chips, three-bet him to 340,000 with [AdKh]. Eibinger made the call. The flop was [9s8c2d]; Eibinger checked his overpair, Lim bet 240,000 and Eibinger jammed for 2,210,000. Lim folded, and the Austrian extended his chip