With a sixth-place finish in the 2023 PokerStars Caribbean Adventure $250,000 Super High Roller, Justin Bonomo has now won $60,222,952 in live poker tournaments. Bonomo is first on poker's all-time money list and became the only player with more than $60,000,000 in live tournament earnings, according to TheHendonMob.com.

Bonomo has had a pretty successful trip to the Bahamas for this year's PCA series. He placed 44th in the PCA Main Event for $29,400 and followed that up with a first-place finish in a PCA $25,000 NL Hold'em event for $574,530. Bonomo saved his biggest cash result for last when he then placed sixth in the PCA $250,000 Super High Roller for $664,900. Also helping to get Bonomo up over the $60,000,000 mark was a PGT victory in ARIA High Roller #35 for $119,600 in December.

TheHendonMob.com All-Time Money List Top 10

(Top 10 as of Friday, February 3, 2023)

Rank Player Country Career Live Tournament Earnings
1 Justin Bonomo United States $60,222,954
2 Bryn Kenney United States $57,265,665
3 Daniel Negreanu Canada $50,116,498
4 Stephen Chidwick England $44,665,132
5 Erik Seidel United States $42,448,294
6 Jason Koon United States $42,387,726
7 David Peters United States $42,044,584
8 Dan Smith United States $39,677,357
9 Mikita Badziakouski Belarus $38,302,021
10 Phil Ivey United States $38,281,866

In recent years, Bonomo and Bryn Kenney have taken turns atop poker's all-time money list, with Daniel Negreanu a little bit back in third place. Negreanu recently joined Bonomo and Kenney in the $50,000,000 club, becoming the third poker player in history to eclipse that mark.

With his recent success, Bonomo has extended his lead as poker's leading all-time money earner to nearly $3,000,000. Kenney reclaimed the top spot in February of 2022 when he finished third in Event #2: $10,000 NL Hold'em at the 2022 PokerGO Cup for $96,000, but since that result Kenney has only recorded two live tournament cashes for $60,800 total. Across the same time period, Bonomo has cashed for $3,028,305 in live poker tournaments.

Bonomo's two six-figure cashes at the 2023 PCA were big, of course, but they don't come close to being one of the 10 best live tournament scores of Bonomo's career. In fact, if you added the two together, it would be ranked as the eighth-best live tournament score of Bonomo's career.

Bonomo's Top 10 Live Tournament Scores To Date

(Top 10 as of Friday, February 3, 2023)

Event Place Prize
2018 WSOP $1,000,000 Big One for One Drop 1st $10,000,000
Super High Roller Bowl IV 1st $5,000,000
Super High Roller Bowl China 1st $4,823,077
2019 Triton Poker Series London £250,000 Les Ambassadeurs Private Event 2nd $4,135,129
2019 Triton Poker Series London £100,000 Short Deck Main Event 1st $3,248,728
2012 EPT Grand Final €100,000 Super High Roller 1st $2,165,217
Super High Roller Bowl VI 2nd $1,890,000
2013 Seminole Hard Rock Poker Open $5,300 Main Event 2nd $1,163,500
2018 PCA $100,000 Super High Roller 2nd $1,077,800
2021 WPT Five Diamond $100,000 Super High Roller 1st $928,200

Among Bonomo's largest career scores are a few from the Super High Roller Bowl. He won Super High Roller Bowl China in March of 2018 for $4,823,077 and then went to Las Vegas and won Super High Roller Bowl IV two months later in May for $5,000,000. Bonomo also placed second in Super High Roller Bowl VI in September 2021 for $1,890,000.

Not included in his live tournament earnings, Bonomo grabbed a third Super High Roller Bowl title when he won Super High Roller Bowl Online in June 2020 for $1,775,000.

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