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Justin Bonomo has added the inaugural Super High Roller Bowl Online title to his already quite ridiculous poker CV. This victory is the latest in a long line of triumphs for Bonomo and saw him add another $1,775,000 to his lifetime winnings.

Super High Roller Bowl Final Table Results

Place Player Country Prize
1 Justin Bonomo Canada $1,775,000
2 Michael Addamo United Kingdom $1,187,500
3 David Peters Costa Rica $762,500
4 Pauli Ayras Finland $487,500
5 Dan Shak Poland $325,000
6 Linus Loeliger Austria $250,000
7 Sam Greenwood Canada $212,500

Thirteen players returned for the final day’s action knowing only seven would receive a return on their $102,000 investment. Darrell Goh was an early casualty after he shoved with and found himself up against the of Sam Greenwood and the of Jon Van Fleet. No miracle five appeared and Goh was gone.

Alex Foxen was the next to fall, his losing to Bonomo’s . Sergi Reixach and Van Fleet busted before Day 1 chip leader Ali Imsirovics lost to the of Pauli Ayras. Imsirovic flopped a flush draw, but Ayras improved to a full house on the river of the board.

This left eight players with only seven spots paid. Someone was going to burst the money bubble and miss out on a $212,500 prize.

Pop Goes the $212,500 Bubble!

Orpen Kisacikoglu

Orpen Kisacikoglu was that someone. His exit hand started with Ayras min-raising to 120,000 under the gun with . Kisacikoglu three-bet all-in for 808,000 in the cutoff with only to see Michael Addamo shove for 946,000 with . Ayras folded. A final board reading sent Kisacikoglu to the rail in eighth-place and the tournament into the money.

Greenwood was the first player to receive some prize money. He lost three massive hands in relatively quick succession, the third being sealing his fate. Greenwood’s was flipping against Dan Shak’s but fell behind due to a king on the flop. Neither the turn or river came to Greenwood’s rescue and he busted in eight for $212,500.

Linus Loeliger finished in seventh for $250,000 when his lost to Ayras’ courtesy of a jack on the flop. Shak joined the busted players on the rail less than half-hour later when his failed to get there against Bonomo’s . Shak banked $325,000.

Then it was time for the Finnish high stakes specialist Ayras to fall by the wayside. It was the all-too-familiar coinflip that eliminated Ayras. The Finn’s was racing against the of Addamo. The board had some pint on show, but it was a queen. Addamo’s lowly fours held and Ayras had to make do with the $487,500 fourth-place prize.

David Peters joined the list of busted starts only a couple of minutes after Ayras’ demise. With blinds at 60,000/120,000/15,000a, Peters raised to 900,000 with leaving himself only 225,000 behind. Addamo called with before betting 225,000 on the flop. Peters called. Blanks on the turn and river resulted in Peters exiting in third-place for $762,500.

Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?

Michael Addamo

Both Addamo and Bonomo were now guaranteed a seven-figure prize, and not for the first times in their careers. The difference between first and second place was $587,500 yet no deal was struck.

An early pot went Bonomo’s way and it was something of a cooler. Bonomo’s improved to a set on the flop when Addamo made two pair with his . This left Addamo with some significant work to do, which he did, eventually drawing level with Bonomo.

Addamo not only drew level, but he claimed the chip lead for himself and even lead 2-to-1 at one stage! The tide turned once more and Bonomo kept adding to his stack and he flipped that earlier 2-to-1 deficit in his favour.

The final hand saw Addamo complete the small blind with before calling off his 5,200,000 stack when Bonomo set him all-in with . A king on the flop put Bonomo firmly in the driving seat. The turn all but locked up the hand, with the river sending Addamo to the rail, albeit with $1,187,500 in his partypoker account.

The tournament belonged to Bonomo, as these things so often do. He got his hands on $1,775,000 and will forever be known as the 2020 Super High Roller Bowl Online champion.

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