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Hong Kong financier Elton Tsang become the winner of poker’s biggest buy-in tournament over the weekend when he won the much anticipated 2016 Big One For One Drop event at the Casino de Monte Carlo in the billionaire’s playground of Monaco …

Justin Bonomo Wins $10 Million in WSOP Charity Event - Part Justin Bonomo is now the all-time leading live poker tournament cash prize winner. More than $2 million raised for One Drop Foundation. Who Is The All-Time Tournament Money Winner in Poker? Who is the all-time tournament money winner in poker? Who is on top of the all-time tournament earnings list? Justin Bonomo Wins the Big One for One Drop for $10 Million The $1 Million buy-in Big One for One Drop has a winner! Justin Bonomo defeated Fedor Holz and takes home $10 million and the special World Series of Poker b... €1,000,000 Big One for One Drop Extravaganza Gets Underway

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Fedor Holz beat Dan Smith in the final heads-up confrontation to become the 2016 One Drop winner, claiming his first WSOP bracelet & just shy of $5,000,000. Live Casino Poker Player (HUGE Texas Holdem Tournament) Wins Live Casino Top 10 Poker Tournament Wins Of All Times and the Poker Players Famous for Winning Them (BEST LIVE Casinos Online) Ivey, Cates, Holz, Becker Among 50 Booked for $111k ONE DROP

Justin Bonomo’s record-breaking 2018 hit a new high to close out the World Series of Poker. The multiple bracelet winner won his third career WSOP event by defeating a field of 27 to climb the $1 million buy-in Big One for One Drop mountain.

Justin Bonomo Wins $1 Million Big One for One Drop ($10,000,000) And while results in poker can lie, the incredible $25 million — and two bracelets — that Bonomo has acquired in 2018 alone reflect what Bonomo feels has been some of the best play of his decorated career. WSOP NEWS: JUSTIN BONOMO WINS 2018 BIG ONE FOR ONE …

Both the $1,500 Millionaire Maker and $1 million Big One for One Drop will be back at the Rio for next year’s WSOP. The Big One is definitely the headliner here because last time it set some very notable records. The first included the largest poker tournament buy-in in history since hopefuls had to fork over $1 million to play.

Big One For One Drop Day 1 Highlights - 2012 Big One for One Drop winner Antonio Esfandiari is the second elimination of the day, falling to Jason Koon. — WSOP (@WSOP) July 16, 2018 . With players able to register until the opening of ... World Series of Poker - Wikipedia On June 2, 2011, the World Series of Poker and Cirque du Soleil founder Guy Laliberté announced plans for an officially sanctioned special fundraising event, known as The Big One for One Drop, starting on July 1, 2012 with a record US$1 million entry fee. Big One for One Drop at the WSOP | $1,000,000 Buy-In History Nearly four years have passed since then, and the 2018 Big One for One Drop promised to be one of the biggest prize pool poker tournaments in 2018. And, in fact, it was. Justin Bonomo took down top honors, winning a whopping $10 million.