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2019 PCA $25,000 Single-Day High Roller II won by Justin Bonomo for $383,650

Tags: Justin Bonomo, PCA, PokerStars.
Posted on 16 January 2019 by "T".

The second $25,000 Single-Day High Roller event of the 2019 PCA was held last Sunday, January 13, which attracted a total of 47 player entries that garnered a prize pool worth $1,128,470.


Justin Bonomo is definitely on fire again as he outlasted everybody who participated to lock in on the top prize of $383,650. Of course, this is a great win to start the year for the likes of ZeeJustin, but it would possibly be hard for him to beat his last year's total achievements. Last year, he set an exceptional record for total money earned in a single calendar year by cashing in a sum of $25.3 million!

Prior to this 1st place win, he already started 2019 with two 4th place finishes in the 2019 PCA $10,000 High Roller and $50,000 Super High Roller throughout the weekend.

For this event, Justin Bonomo spent about 11 hours playing in total and managed to take down Jesus Cortes in a heads-up match.

The final day began with eight players remaining. Each player had 100,000 chips to start with, and during the opening level Cortes got eliminated. Lucky for him a single re-entry was allowed for the event and he did not waste his second chance.

Henrik Hecklen, Ike Haxton, Stephen Chidwick, and even Mikita Badziakouski also participated in this event but they all got eliminated before the money bubble would burst.

Right after Badziakouski was sent to the rail, the final six players were all guaranteed at least a cash prize of $79,000.

The final hand saw Bonomo and Cortes, and it was a tough battle with the chip lead position swinging back and forth between them. In the end, Bonomo's pocket sixes triumphed over the Spanish player's Q-5, and so ZeeJustin wins yet another sweet $383,650 and earns his very first 1st place title for the year 2019.

Final Table Results

 

Player

Country

Prize

1

Justin Bonomo

United States

$383,650

2

Jesus Cortes

Spain

$265,200

3

Steffen Sontheimer

Germany

$169,280

4

Igor Kurganov

Russia

$129,780

5

Nick Petrangelo

United States

$101,560

6

David Peters

United States

$79,000

33-year-old Bonomo currently has almost $44 million in total lifetime live earnings according to The Hendonmob, and is in first place in the All-Time Money List.

Source:
https://www.pokernews.com/news/2019/01/justin-bonomo-wins-pca-25000-single-day-high-roller-33107.htm?itm_content=pn-hp-hero-3

 


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15 comments for "2019 PCA $25,000 Single-Day High Roller II won by Justin Bonomo for $383,650"

 Mober16/01/2019 12:44:26 GMT
Not too many entrants this time.
And who do we see winning again? Justin bonomo.
Not only he did great last year, but he started this one, with the right foot.
A good return for his 25k USD buy in.
Not that it would matter for him losing that money after all Smile
 CALICUL16/01/2019 16:58:35 GMT
An entire list of players who participate in these games it would be very good.
In this way we could also see what players have been enrolled in this tournament, to know what strong opponents Justin Bonomo had.
Same with other games with a big buy-in.
The number of players in these tournaments is small and the list is easier to do by casino employees. Smile
 Robbo199017/01/2019 02:14:13 GMT
atleast he has a better haircut now. apart from the players championship I have little interest in the PCA. so many poker tournaments going on, kind of bored of it all unless something special/prestigious like the 1drop, or wsop main event
 doubletop77717/01/2019 10:30:01 GMT
The Justin Bonomo story just keeps rolling on. A new year arrives and he still keeps on winning these big money events. He is, in my humble opinion, the best tournament player in the world
 godoy17/01/2019 17:07:46 GMT
I DO NOT FIND ADJECTIVES TO TALK ABOUT THIS BEING that seems to have learned the formula of success in poker what he knows that does not count for minguem rsrsr I know la mai the cold man who plays with collar V proved again that it is the guy and that he came to stay in this world gives high prizes
 dule-vu17/01/2019 18:58:08 GMT
another win for this great player and another cashout for him!just few days we talked about him in other thread,how probably he will continue with his winning in 2019. and he done this in first days of january!who know where his end will be in this year!
 Gerimantas18/01/2019 16:14:56 GMT
I think it is really interesting to see how he play tournaments because he knows something how to get good results, so many 1st place finishes not come because just luck. And most tournaments he play best poker players in world
 godoy18/01/2019 20:24:10 GMT
these super big day tournaments are very good to play because it is another form of game faster and more loose even so afera proof that understands turbo tournament even if this Bonomo is this ehhh
 bowie198420/01/2019 16:59:23 GMT
Posted by doubletop777:
The Justin Bonomo story just keeps rolling on. A new year arrives and he still keeps on winning these big money events. He is, in my humble opinion, the best tournament player in the world

He playes in so much of these, probably selling percentages left and right...
 dule-vu21/01/2019 10:02:07 GMT
for rich players this is great format,beacuse you can make bigger money with less players on tournament or one table!ofcourse buy in high,no matter is it 10 K or 100 K,but you dont have to fight against 2000 players and you can spend less time to get nice amount!
 Mober21/01/2019 13:07:42 GMT
If you have the money for it, i dont see the reason selling action to anyone.
Maybe to a couple of tournaments with huge buy ins.
But still, he has the money for it, he is doing very well on the toournaments,
why would he want to share his winnings with others?
At least now he is running hot? Smile
 CALICUL21/01/2019 17:02:20 GMT
Justin Bonomo will enter in a select top from the world of poker.
He will win large amounts of money in the future if if fate will be good with him.
He is a player who learns poker very well and will be able to win bracelets in my opinion.
He has grown as a level very much and at the awards same. Smile
 bowie198421/01/2019 17:07:24 GMT
Posted by Mober:
If you have the money for it, i dont see the reason selling action to anyone.
Maybe to a couple of tournaments with huge buy ins.
But still, he has the money for it, he is doing very well on the toournaments,
why would he want to share his winnings with others?

It's not about sharing winnings, it's about getting through dry periods unscathed. Selling action is making sure you will have the opportunity to get into these tourneys without running up credit when you are not winning/getting ITM consistently.
These kinda players burning through money as fast as they are winning it, he might be on a roll, but he might just getting back even.
 Mober22/01/2019 14:26:19 GMT
With so much money he has won so far, o really doubt he is burning money to the same
ratio.
This simply cant be done and it is pointless.
You really believe that with all these winnings he has got so far,
he can be just getting even money?
Why continue playing poker in the first place then...
 Gerimantas22/01/2019 15:35:44 GMT
I too think reading bowie and mober what say that most chance that justin bonomo has many winning and he has positive bankroll. But not say that situation when sell some percentage is bad because yoi can play more tournament with sake bankroll!

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