Bellagio 5 Diamond Prime Curler Sequence Wraps; Bonomo Simplest More than one-Match Winner

The Bellagio 5 Diamond Global Poker Vintage Prime Curler Sequence, which ran from December 2-14, wrapped up past due Monday evening with Andrew Lichtenberger transport the $25,000 No-Prohibit Cling’em finale for $432,000. He beat out Ray Qartomy heads-up to take down the remaining event within the 13-event collection.

Even though “Fortunate Chewy” completed issues off with an enormous victory, Justin Bonomo used to be the most important superstar of the collection and the one multiple-event winner. The long run Poker Corridor of Famer no longer simplest received two occasions but in addition overtook Bryn Kenney for the all-time winningest live tournament player within the procedure.

Sequence at a Look

Bonomo now has simply over $57 million in reside event cashes for his profession, slightly $200,000 greater than Kenney. He took down the biggest buy-in event of the collection — $100,000 No-Prohibit Cling’em — on December 3, just right for $928,200. 3 days later, the 36-year-old top curler shipped the $10,000 No-Prohibit Cling’em occasion for some other $128,000. He did not money once more right through the collection, even supposing he skipped relatively among the tournaments, together with each non-NLH days.

The total Bellagio 5 Diamond Global Poker Vintage Prime Curler Sequence effects have been as follows:

Match # Event Winner Prize Runner-Up Entries
1 $10,000 No-Prohibit Cling’em Giuseppe Iadisernia $146,200 Brian Rast 43
2 $100,000 No-Prohibit Cling’em Justin Bonomo $928,200 Jason Koon 19
3 $10,000 No-Prohibit Cling’em Sung Joo Hyun $140,000 Rok Gostisa 35
4 $10,000 8-Recreation Combine Henrik Hecklen $102,600 Benny Glaser 19
5 $10,000 No-Prohibit Cling’em Justin Bonomo $128,000 Dan Shak 32
6 $10,000 No-Prohibit Cling’em Leonard Maue $146,200 Sung Joo Hyun 43
7 $10,000 No-Prohibit Cling’em Anij Agarwal $156,400 Nick Schulman 46
8 $10,000 Pot-Prohibit Omaha Felipe Ramos* $115,500 Hank Yang* 35
9 $25,000 No-Prohibit Cling’em Rok Gostisa $283,000 Alex Foxen 21
10 $25,000 No-Prohibit Cling’em Arthur Conan $227,500 Alex Foxen 13
11 $10,000 No-Prohibit Cling’em Nick Petrangelo $151,200 David Mock 42
12 $25,000 No-Prohibit Cling’em Selahaddin Bedir $287,500 Vikenty Shegal 25
13 $25,000 No-Prohibit Cling’em Andrew Lichtenberger $432,000 Ray Qartomy 54

Giuseppe Iadisernia received the collection opener, a $10,000 buy-in NLH occasion, for $146,200, beating out Brian Rast for the identify. He did not money once more till the collection ultimate Monday evening when he busted in 6th position for $81,000.

Alex Foxen, who wasn’t provide right through the 2021 World Series of Poker (WSOP), has gave the impression in a large number of top curler occasions q4 together with on the Bellagio. Throughout the not too long ago finished collection, the previous school soccer athlete racked up consecutive runner-up finishes in Occasions #9 and #10, however used to be not able to seize a victory.

Foxen is the two-time protecting International Poker Index Participant of the Yr. His streak is in jeopardy as Ali Imsirovic seems to be in line to win the award.

The collection concluded with Lichtenberger scoring an enormous win in a 54-entry box on the Bellagio. In doing so, he bumped his all-time reside event cashes up over $11.5 million.

With the top curler collection out of the best way, the Bellagio is now ready to host the Global Poker Excursion’s 5 Diamond Global Poker Vintage, one of the vital crown jewels on the yearly WPT time table. The $10,000 buy-in occasion kicks off on the Las Vegas on line casino on Tuesday.

*Lead picture from PokerGO.

Author: Bradley Watson