The Global Poker Awards are set for Friday, April 5th and you can watch poker’s annual celebration unfold live and exclusively on PokerGO. The show is hosted by Ali Nejad and Drea Renee, and you can find all categories and nominees in this article.
Because the awards are just around the corner, we’re focusing on three massive event wins that took place on PokerGO last year, all of whom were nominated for Tournament Performance of the Year!
There are four nominees in the category of 2018 Tournament Performance of the Year of which only Maria Lampropoulos’ epic PCA Main Event win wasn’t broadcast on PokerGO.
Justin Bonomo – Super High Roller Bowl IV ($5,000,000)
Taking you through the three events that were streaming live on PokerGO, let’s start with Justin Bonomo’s Super High Roller Bowl V win. Little did we know then that this would only be the start of the Year of Bonomo, as he added another couple massive scores to secure the honors of most impressive tournament year of all time.
Watch Bonomo’s Super High Roller Bowl V final table recap on PokerGO right now by clicking this link. Read all about Bonomo’s win in the story below.
John Cynn – World Series of Poker Main Event ($8,800,000)
It’s hard for the winner of the WSOP Main Event not to be the Tournament Performance of the Year, and John Cynn, in particular, won the event in impressive fashion. The battle between Cynn and Tony Miles was one for the ages and you can relive the final day of that event in the player below.
Dylan Linde – World Poker Tour Five Diamond ($1,600,000)
Dylan Linde is one of the most beloved and well-respected on the international tournament scene both live and online, and in December he finally managed to get the monkey off his back. Linde won the World Poker Tour Five Diamond Poker Classic Main Event beating a field of 1,001 entries to capture the first prize of $1.6 million. Rewatch this epic final table in full right here. Listen to an in-depth podcast with Dylan Linde right here.
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