Justin Bonomo Tops List of Poker Pro Net Worth for 2018

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Aug/13/2018
  • At $24.9 million Justin Bonomo has earned more than double that of the number two player on list
  • Bonomo has earned a total of $42,979,591 in live tournaments
  • Jason Koon comes in 2nd

PokerTube.com has revealed their Top 10 poker pros by net worth for 2018.

Justin Bonomo tops the list.

From PokerTube.com:

Holding the first-place position on the All Time Money List, Justin Bonomo has earned a total of $42,979,591 in lifetime live earnings and a whopping $24.9 million for 2018. The pro competes in major events around the world as well as online, under the name ZeeJustin. Justin’s latest win came in July when he won the $1,000,000 No Limit Hold’em The Big One for One Drop, earning $10m for his efforts. The pro defeated Fedor Holz in heads-up play to earn the win, further securing his spot on the All Time Money List in the top position.

Bonomo has made more than double the next person on this list.

Jason Koon is that person, having taking in $11.2 million.

With $22,068,280 in total live earnings, Jason Koon holds the second-place position for earnings this year, with $11.2 million. Jason can often be found traveling the world, taking part in major events such as the World Series of Poker and World Poker Tour. The most recent cash out for the pro came just a few days ago during the Triton Poker Super High Roller Series Main Event. Jason finished in fifth place, earning $1,079,433 in the No Limit Hold’em event.

To see the full list go here

- Ace King, Gambling911.com

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