Wide Range Of Offers Available To Place Your Bet On The IDN Poker Main Event

Although the biggest event in the entire IDN poker world is still to come on January 7, the first day of the Pokerstars Caribbean Adventure Main Event, the current field is already very impressive. Besides some of the most successful players in the history of IDN Poker, the list also includes three former World Poker Tour Champions, including Justin Bonomo, IDN Poker who won the Season 8 championship, and Sanjiv Babylonian, who made the most appearances at the World Poker Tour with over 14 appearances.

Read more about them below, and make sure you read the first hand we featured from the beginning of the tournament in an article last week.

Justin Bonomo has won two WSOP titles and two World Series of Poker bracelets, but has not seen much success at the ACPPC so far. However, he is currently sitting in ninth place on the all-time money list in the WPT.

Justin Bonomo won two World Series of Poker bracelets, the second one came in the $10,000 event, while the first one came in the $10,000 buy-in event. The WSOP was also the only ACPPC to have had a cash prize for the first two editions, and with a total of $76,233 in prize money, Bonomo won the second WSOP title with just under $23,000. He finished third in the $10,000 buy-in event and fourth in the $10,000 event.

Justin Bonomo

After making a few appearances at the ACPPC, Bonomo joined the WPT in 2009 and quickly became a major player in the circuit. He quickly moved up the ladder, and in 2011 was the champion of the $5,000 event, the $10,000 event and the $25,000 event. The success continued and Bonomo won his third World Series of Poker bracelet in 2012, IDN Poker making him the second player to have won three bracelets in the WSOP, the first being Chris Ferguson. He is still one of the best WPT players and he has won over $45 million in total tournament earnings. He is currently ranked 14th on the all-time money list.

He finished 2013 ranked seventh, but managed to move up one spot to sixth last year, in the rankings for the second year in a row. However, he is currently in ninth place in this year’s rankings.

Justin Bonomo played his first ACPPC event back in 2004 and won with $1,531. He has participated in a total of 18 events, all of them at the ACPPC, with a total of $248,672 in prize money, with his best finish being third in the $1,000 event back in 2007.