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Another great weekend of playing poker is behind us, and some players managed to achieve significant results during that time. The three most successful ones were Timothy Adams, Justin Bonomo, and Michael Addamo. All of them took part in online poker tournaments and landed hefty sums for their effort. Therefore, let’s take a look at the three events where these three players dominated.

Michael Addamo Takes Sunday 500 High Rollers

Michael-Addamo-Takes-Sunday-500-High-RollersMichael Addamo managed to score a total of $131,187 by taking part in Sunday 500 High Rollers, which required the buy-in of $5,250. The tournament took place on GGPoker and attracted a total of 113 players, most of whom were some of the best poker players in the world at the moment.

The tournament allowed rebuys, which is something that Michael Addamo used, as he fired his first bullet in vain, having left the rail in the 76th place. However, he decided that it was worth trying once again, and he was more than right, as he managed to top the event. Some of the players who managed to make it to the money list but failed to make it to the final table were Kristen Bicknell, Matthias Eibinger, Benjamin Rolle, Anatoly Filatov, and Elio Fox.

The first player to hit the rail in the final table was “Flilip1” who won a total of $14,833. They were followed by Alex Foxen for $19,478 and David Yan for $25,579.

Michael Zhang left the game as sixth-placed and won $33,591, whereas Aleksei Barkov left for $44,112. The fourth place was reserved for Pascal Hartmann, who landed a total of $57,928.

The last player to leave the game before the heads-up was David Peters, who won $76,072. Addamo faced Wiktor Malinowski in the heads-up, but Wiktor had to settle for the consolation prize of $99,898.

Timothy Adams Wins High Rollers Blade Prime

Timothy-Adams-Wins-High-Rollers-Blade-PrimeHigh Rollers Blade Prime was an event that required the buy-in of $2,625, and a total of 80 players joined the race. Almost all players, except the bottom two in the final table, managed to land a five-figure score for their effort.

Fedor Holz was the first one to hit the rail for $6,416, and he was followed by Andrii Novak for $8,227.

The seventh-place was reserved for “LeoJose” from Brazil, who won a total of $10,549. After that, it was time for Artur Martirosian from Russia to wave goodbye, winning $13,526.

Estonia’s Urmo Velvet ended up fifth for $17,344 and was followed by Rainer Kempe for $22,239. Kevin Pu was the last player to hit the rail before the final duel, winning $28,516. Arsenii Malinow faced Timothy Adams in the heads-up but was no match for him, winning a total of $36,565.

Justin Bonomo Wins High Roller Big Game

Justin-Bonomo-Wins-High-Roller-Big-GameBonomo also managed to win a high roller event, only a couple of days after achieving a Super MILLION$ victory.

This time, he took down the High Roller Big Game, which took place on partypoker. The event attracted a total of 127 players and required a buy-in of $2,600. Bonomo ended with $79,128 in his pocket in the end.

He had some really tough opponents to beat, including Ali Imsirovic, Kristen Bicknell, Niklas Astedt, and more.