Michael Addamo is looking to continue his hot streak in 2018 after winning the Super High Roller Bowl. He’s currently $1,634,000 up on the table and has already won $2,746,000 this year.

Michael Addamo’s incredible streak continues after he won the $300,000 Super High Roller last week in Las Vegas for $3.2 million. The PokerGo Studio at Aria hosted the three-day tournament from September 27 to 29.

Daniel Negreanu, Alex Foxen, David Peters, and Seth Davies were among the players that competed against Addamo. There were 21 entries in the competition, with a total prize fund of $5.2 million.

In the end, Addamo met three-time Super High Roller Bowl winner Justin Bonomo head-to-head. The Australian was able to defeat Bonomo and add a noteworthy achievement to his poker resume. 




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Addamo is at it again.

Addamo has lately taken down a number of events. He’s been on fire in recent weeks, winning the $50,000 and $100,000 Poker Masters high roller tournaments.

These victories also earned him the purple jacket, which he wore as the series’ overall winner. Since September 17, the Australian has amassed a total of $5.1 million in prize money. 

After the victory, Addamo told PokerGO News, “It really hasn’t set in.” “I believe after a week of decent sleep and relaxation, I’ll be able to say, ‘All right, that was a crazy week.’”

On the all-time Australian poker money list, Addamo has now overtaken previous 2005 World Series of Poker Main Event champion Joe Hachem.

Addamo now intends to compete in the whole WSOP, including some of the most expensive tournaments.

I’m keeping an eye on the 300,000… Michael Adamo may be a better NL player than @NickSchulman when it comes to announcing the #SHRB.

September 27, 2021 — Chance Kornuth (@ChancesCards)

PokerGO has a new sponsor.

In other developments, Guaranteed Rate was revealed as the PokerGO Tour’s sponsor in September. Major poker tournaments such as the Poker Masters, the US Poker Open, and other high-stakes events are part of the tour’s first season.

The Guaranteed Rate Cup will be presented to the top Player of the Year by the tournament’s ranking system. The winner will also get a $200,000 reward, with second and third place winners receiving $100,000 and $50,000, respectively. 

In a press statement, Guaranteed Rate Chief Marketing Officer Steve Moffat stated, “Guaranteed Rate is pleased to collaborate with the PokerGO Tour, which features some of the greatest poker players in the world.” “And having the name of the Player of the Year inscribed on the Guaranteed Rate Cup will be a fantastic opportunity to link our business to a game that so many millions of people across the globe enjoy.”

Collaboration with a training facility

PokerGO has recently announced a collaboration with Solve For Why, an advanced poker teaching site established by poker player Matt Berkey.

In a press statement, PokerGO director of programming Brent Hanks stated, “As PokerGO prepares for a thrilling 2021 WSOP, it is our pleasure to welcome Solve For Why as the official training site of PokerGO.” “Matt Berkey and the Solve For Why crew continue to demonstrate why they are not just some of the best brains in the game when it comes to poker strategy, but also when it comes to producing material that the industry adores.”

For individuals who join up for the PokerGO and Solve For Why email lists, the site is also giving away a $10,000 ticket in the 2022 WSOP Main Event. The drawing for the seat is scheduled on November 22.

*Image courtesy of PokerGO

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