Justin Bonomo winner of the Triton Poker Short Deck Main Event £100,000. There were 108 entrances in that tournament. For his victory he received £2,670,000. Not long ago he was ranked first on the list of the most successful players in the tournament, but after Bryn Kenney won the most expensive poker event, Justin fell to second place. Bonomo also said he plans to play less poker.
The U.S. professional started the final day with a second stack and quickly began to exude confidence by playing limp races in multi-potting, during the first level. “If you’re making a raise in this game, you should be ready to easily put all in. Playing limps you can prevent this, so many players limp to be less exposed.
“Some people enjoy the all-ins, but I find them incredibly stressful, other than the fact I am winning these tournaments, I wouldn’t say it’s my favorite game.”
|Position||Player||Country||Prize in £||Prize in $|
|1||Justin Bonomo||United States||£2,670,000|
|2||Wai Kin Yong||Malaysia||£1,835,000||$2,228,222|
|6||Isaac Haxton||United States||£783,000||$950,734|
|8||Ming Zhong Liu||Hong Kong||£482,200||$585,496|