Higher, higher and higher!
thanks two in the money six figure performance at PokerStars Caribbean Adventure, Justin Bonomo newly closed record.
The American it is the first poker player of history to overcome Wall the $60 million of Profit in live tournaments.
The two in the money in the Caribbean
For the Caribbean Bonomo pushed himself on it $25,000 NLHE 8-max for $574,430 and then closed sixth place for $664,000 the 250,000 super high rollers.
Its today Profit in live tournaments, certified by the Hendon Mob database, yes testify at $60,222,954. The direct Chaser Bryn kenny it is three millions the distance.
Bonomo’s Big Shots
The I walk Bonomo’s incredible goal was inevitably marked by some “big shots” that made him leap forward All time money list.
2018 especially his run it was divine. That year, Bonomo won the WSOP High Roller For One Drop for an initial $10 million coin, then the Super High Roller Bowl for $5 million, and finally a runner-up at the $4.1 million Super High Roller Bowl China.
He became the first poker player to break 40 million in live tournament earnings, four years after Negreanu broke 30 million.
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The All Time Money List bars in history
In recent years, the rate at which the various “bars” are traversed has accelerated on a permanent basis with the advent of high-roller circuits.
You can find the history in the table. The turning point probably came in 2011, the year the Big One For One Drop WSOP made its debut. With an initial coin of 18 million, the million dollar buy-in tournament allowed Esfandiari to easily surpass the 20 million wall of live tournament earnings.
The tournament was also crucial to Daniel Negreanu’s records in 2013 and as mentioned by Bonomo in 2018.
Top 10 All Time Money List February 2023
Here are the top ten positions from the current All Time Money List. Ninth overall, Mikita Badziakouski, has amassed 38 million in just seven years, confirming the recent proliferation of high stakes circuits.
|1||Justin Bonomo||United States||$60,222,954|
|2||Bryn Kenney||United States||$57,265,665|
|5||Erich Seidel||United States||$42,448,294|
|6||Jason Koon||United States||$42,387,726|
|7||David Peters||United States||$42,044,584|
|10||Phil Ivey||United States||$38,281,866|