Justin Bonomo on Track to Shatter Holz One-Year Record

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Jun/01/2018

Justin Bonomo’s recent win in the 2018 Super High Roller Bowl for $5 million brought his 2018 stats up to 16 cashes for $13,907,138, 14 final tables, and six titles.  And the year is only halfway over.  

He’s already tied Fedor Holz for wins and only sits behind eight cashes, one final table, and $2,186,264 in winnings.   Holz enjoyed his success just two years ago.

PokerNews.com notes:

Interestingly enough, back in 2016, Bonomo (who had $4,228,457 in winnings – he passed that with $4,528,569 in 2017) and Holz often battled for the lead in the 2016 GPI Player of the Year before David Peters swooped in to win that title. Call it a friendly rivalry. Read More at PokerNews.com Here

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