Justin Bonomo was just involved in a three-way all-in pot against Peter Akery and Oleksii Kovalchuk. Bonomo held the worst of it going in with the . Kovalchuk held the and Akery the . Akery was the shortest stack of the bunch, while Bonomo and Kovalchuk were fighting for a side pot.
The flop came down and Bonomo picked up a gutshot straight draw. Akery kept the lead and Kovalchuk was still in front for the side pot.
The spiked on the turn and Bonomo took the lead with a set of jacks. Even Bonomo's face looked extremely surprised as did everyone else's that were watching on.
The river completed the board with the and paired the board. Bonomo finished with a full house and because he had the most chips in the hand, eliminated both Akery and Kovalchuk en route to 370,000 in chips.
Bonomo has had himself one heck of a PokerStars and Monte-Carlo® Casino EPT Grand Final this year. He won the €100,000 Super High Roller for €1.64 million after beating a field of some of the greatest players this game has ever seen. Then, he went on to finish 28th in the Main Event for €35,000 from a starting field of 665 players. He's not in the money yet here in this event and still has a bit of a ways to go, but by the looks of it, everyone better watch out if he's running this hot and playing his A-game.