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Justin Bonomo has continued his 2018 heater at the Super High Roller Bowl in Las Vegas through Day Two.6 million and never got much going on Day Two but was able to hover around his Monday starting stack most of the day, finishing at 1.

The final starting flight of the WSOP Main Event is usually the busiest.8 million as well as for a shiny gold bracelet, known to be the most coveted non-monetary prize in poker, and of course the WSOP Main Event Champion title.

Heading into the final table of the 2018 Big One for One Drop (BOFOD) million-dollar buy in championship, Justin Bonomo has a massive chip lead.Already a bracelet winner at WSOP 2018, Justin Bonomo is poised for a possible repeat performance and a $10 million payday if he takes first in the Big One for One Drop, which is now down to six players.

Smain Mamouni, who topped the Day 1B chip counts chart, was also among those to keep their momentum into Day 2AB.The player eventually collected 481,500 for a comfortable entry into Day 3 of the major tournament.

Tuesday was an important day at the Gardens Casino in Southern California as it saw the money bubble of the inaugural WPT Gardens Poker Festival $5,000 Main Event burst to secure the top 73 finishers with a payout.Former WPT Champs Still in Contention This will be Ono’s third cash from WPT’s Main Tour.

As many as 2,378 entrants participated in Day 1B action, but just under 1,900 made it through the end of the final fifth level of the day.Toward the end of Day 1B, the player won a three-way confrontation that helped him seal the largest stack of the night.

If karma is a real thing, it may have been in play on Day One at the 2018 Super High Roller Bowl Sunday.“No Home Jerome” ended Day One with 254,000, slightly below the 300,000-chip starting stack, but still has plenty of dancing chips.

As many as 925 entries registered for the first starting day of this year’s Main Event.During Day 1A of the Main Event, Nguyen shared a table with Ben Lamb, who finished ninth in last year’s edition of the tournament.

A thrilling Day 2C of the 2018 WSOP Main Event is now in the books.During the final stages of Day 2C play, the player won a massive 100,000 pot to rocket himself to the top of the leaderboard.

Season XVII of the World Poker Tour has kicked off in style with a summer festival at the Gardens Casino in Hawaiian Gardens, California.And Day 1A of the festival’s $5,000 buy-in Main Event is already in the books.

Yumi Bui, a player from San Diego, California, is the overall leader from Days 1A and 1B of the WPT Gardens Poker Festival $5,000 Main Event.Just as on Day 1A, there were eight one-hour levels scheduled for the day.

England’s all-time leading poker money winner Sam Trickett told a national newspaper that it’s not just financial swings that have defined his 12-year career.Sam Trickett tells the Daily Star that his best day at the felt netted him more than $9 million.

The PokerStars Championship Prague €10,300 High Roller event saw the number of competitors that are to return for the tournament’s Final Day reduced to 16.Hossein Ensan is now third, with a total of 1,130,000 in chips at the end of the €10,300 buy-in High Roller’s Day 2.

Ole Schemion, one of Germany’s most profitable poker professionals, is leading the final 16 players into the penultimate day of the first-ever WPT European Championship €3,300 Main Event.The young German locked the top leaderboard position after performing beautifully during Day 3 action.

The businessman paid $200 million to acquire the shuttered casino resort from its previous owner, Glenn Straub.Highlights from the Wednesday Hearing Ocean Resort Casino, just as any other applicant for a gaming license, needs to meet certain requirements under the Casino Control Act in order to be granted that license.

The Borgata already features a facility for betting on horse racing and casino officials revealed plans to rename it as The Race & Sports Book once sports betting becomes legal in New Jersey.The venue will also open a separate sports betting facility, the plans for which are being finalized by owners.

(Image: PokerStars/Neil Stoddart)Just days after the red-hot Sam Greenwood won the Super High Roller, Justin Bonomo kept pace by winning a High Roller of his own.The €25K Single Day High Roller, which featured an action clock and the big blind ante, attracted 34 unique players who re-entered 16 times.

Russia’s Sergey Pichugin finished as the chip leader after a short Day 2 of play in the EPT Sochi Main Event.The Main Event’s field was thus capped at 861 entries who cracked the ₽150,000,000 guarantee.

The WPT Rolling Thunder attracted 440 runners over the weekend, up from last year’s 421, and after Day 2, just 64 remain — with Chris Hinchcliffe and his stack of 723,000 leading the way.Chris Hinchcliffe has just over $1 million in lifetime tournament earnings, and he looks to add to that on Monday as chip leader of the WPT Rolling Thunder, which is nearing the money.

What is more, the player has a real shot to win his first WPT Main Tour Main Event.The player ended Day 4 with the shortest stack, but has every chance to improve on Day 5.