On April 25th, the American poker pro Justin "ZeeJustin" Bonomo took home the first-ever EPT Monaco Super High Roller for €1,640,000. Today he's playing the EPT Monaco High Roller final table as well! But he hasn't just made it to the final table with an average stack! No no! Bonomo has accumulated 2.2 million chips and has a massive lead and great chance of taking home another EPT Monaco event! What makes this even more impressive is that the Super High Roller and the High Roller events include many of the world's best players!
Below is the final table lineup and chip counts:
Seat one - Philip Gruissem - 990,000
Seat two - Igor Kurganov - 1,288,000
Seat three - Daniel Negreanu - 660,000
Seat four - Justin Bonomo - 2,202,000
Seat five - Max Lykov - 271,000
Seat six - Artem Litvanov - 331,000
Seat seven - Noah Schwartz - 522,000
Seat eight - Nathan Schoo - 387,000
As you can see there are many familiar faces on the final table today. All of Bonomo's opponents are extremely experienced tournament players who can switch gears when needed. But Bonomo is full of confidence after his Super High Roller win a few days ago so it won't surprise anyone if he wins today and writes poker history.