Bonomo Cashes In Three High Roller Events, Including Victory in 25k Single Day High Roller

Published on May 2nd, 2018 10:57 am EST

Social media photo: Justin Bonomo meditating at the Japanese Gardens in Monte Carlo.  Spring of 2018.Justin Bonomo is easily playing some of the best poker of his life right now, and this has translated into a string of cashes that have sent Bonomo hurtling up the all-time money list.

As of this moment, Bonomo is currently in 6th place on the all-time money list with total cashes of over $26 million.

This puts him behind Daniel Negreanu, Erik Seidel, Daniel Colman, Antonio Esfandiari and Fedor Holz, and just ahead of the likes of John Juanda and Phil Ivey.

Over the past six months, Bonomo has added over $8.6 million in cashes to his total, as he has absolutely dominated High Roller tournaments across the globe.

Bonomo's hot streak has continued at the EPT Monte Carlo, as he has three more cashes that total more than $1 million.

On Tuesday, Bonomo managed to outlast the rest of the field to take down the €25,000 Single Day High Roller event for approximately $457,000.

Earlier in the week, Bonomo finished 4th in the €50,000 event for $276,776 and in 5th in the €100,000 Super High Roller event for $488,953.


It's tough to argue against the fact that Justin Bonomo is one of the best poker players in the world.

Given how active he is in High Roller events, it seems as though there is just a matter of time before he makes a charge at Daniel Negreanu at the top of the all-time money list.