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Justin Bonomo became a runner-up of Super High Roller WPT

Justin Bonomo 2021

WPT series with a large number of tournaments continues at PartyPoker, which attracts the players with different bankrolls. 70 participants paid $25 500 buy-in and as a result, the prize pool reached the mark of $1 750 000.

Only 11 of them reached ITM zone and Rok Gostisa became the one who “jumped into the last carriage”. He finished seventh and earned a payment of $76 000.

Two famous Canadian players participated at the final table, namely Justin Bonomo and Jason Koon. Jason took the third place and enriched with $212 800.

Heads-up turned out to be very interesting, as Justin Bonomo and Ottomar Ladva from Estonia played in it. Ottomar is a professional chess player and it is worth noting that he became the grandmaster of this game in 2016.    

Read also: Justin Bonomo became a runner up of 6-Max High Roller at PartyPoker

However, Ladva plays not only chess, but also poker. Within 2 years of playing, Ottomar entered ITM zone of live tournaments 23 times and became the winner twice. His biggest offline victory dates from 2019 at EPT Barcelona in €550 tournament.  

This time, Ladva fought against Justin Bonomo. The final heads-up was bright and lasted about two hours. As a result, Ladva managed to cope with a fourfold chip deficit and became the winner of tournament.

For the triumph, Ottomar received $529 000 and Bonomo earned $327 400. After such a bankroll replenishment, we can assume that we will see the young poker pro from Estonia more often in the expensive tournaments.

Results of Super High Roller WPT Final Table

  • Ottomar Ladva (Estonia) – $529 000
  • Justin Bonomo (Canada) – $327 400
  • Jason Koon (Canada) – $212 800
  • Laszlo Buytas (Hungary) – $152 200
  • Alexey Ponyakov (Estonia) – $115 000
  • Brock Wilson (Mexico) – $90 500
  • Amichai Barer (Canada) – $76 000

You can watch the live broadcasts of tournaments on PartyPoker Youtube channel.

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