Phil Ivey Eliminated in 9th Place (€73,200)
Action folded to Justin Bonomo in the cutoff seat and he raised to 40,000. Phil Ivey was in the small blind and three-bet to 110,000 when play got over to him. Bonomo opted to flat-call and take a flop in position.
The flop came down and Ivey fired another 110,000 at the pot. Bonomo made the call and the dealer placed the out on the turn. Ivey bet another 200,000 and this time Bonomo wanted to play for more. He raised all in and Ivey quickly called.
Ivey turned over the for top set of kings. Bonomo tabled the for top pair and a flush draw. The river completed the board with the and gave Bonomo the winning flush. He had the most chips between the two and eliminated Ivey on the final table bubble.
For his efforts, Ivey took home €73,200 and the run good of Bonomo at this year's PokerStars and Monte-Carlo® Casino EPT Grand Final continues.