PokerGO is your one-stop shop for all things poker, and as the year draws to a close, we’re going to look back on some of our favorite 2018 moments. We’re continuing today by looking back on the best winning moments that happened on PokerGO, but make sure to also catch our favorite hero calls, bad beats, poker personalities and much more!

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Featured in a recent interview where he talked about the road traveled to success, Darren Elias did it again in 2018 by winning his fourth World Poker Tour title. With this win, Elias became the record-holder and the first player in history to notch up a fourth title after defeating Kitty Kuo heads-up in the WPT Bobby Baldwin Classic. Relive that final table right here on PokerGO.

The biggest event of the year, as always, is the World Series of Poker Main Event, and in 2018 we saw the second biggest in history played out. John Cynn and Tony Miles put on an epic display with the longest heads-up match in Main Event history, but in the end, it was Cynn who collected the gold. Relive the final day of the Main Event on PokerGO right here.

Coming in at No. 3, Fedor Holz and Justin Bonomo battled for $10,000,000 and the Big One for One Drop bracelet to close out the 2018 World Series of Poker. This event was streamed live on PokerGO for three consecutive days in the summer, and while we all know it was Bonomo who came out on top, you can relive all the action right now to learn from the best.

It’s impossible to not include this moment, as Phil Hellmuth finds himself at No. 2 on this list with his record-extending 15th career World Series of Poker bracelet win. Live on Twitch, Hellmuth defeated Steve Wolansky heads up in the $5,000 No Limit Hold’em event as the Main Event played down to its final table under the same roof.

But the biggest winning moment of 2018 was Justin Bonomo’s epic Super High Roller Bowl victory versus Daniel Negreanu. The ‘Year of Bonomo’ included many highlights but this $5,000,000 score in Las Vegas might stand out the most. Defeating an elite field of 48 players, Bonomo not only won numerous big events as the year went on, but he also took the No. 1 spot on poker’s all-time money list from Negreanu later this summer. Watch the entire Super High Roller Bowl final table right here.

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Daniel Negreanu, Phil Hellmuth, Justin Bonomo, Fedor Holz, Tony Miles, John Cynn, Steve Wolansky