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Anthony Gregg Wins 2013 One Drop High Roller, Antonio Esfandiari Makes $1.4m

Written by:
Patrick Flanigan
Published on:
Jun/29/2013
Anthony Gregg Wins 2013 One Drop High Roller, Antonio Esfandiari Makes $1.4m

Anthony Gregg, also known as “Tony”, is the big $4.8 million winner of the 2013 One Drop High Roller event, which featured a $111,111 buy-in.  This is Gregg’s first WSOP bracelet. 

The 26-year-old from Columbia, Maryland was the winner of last August' Parx Open Poker Classic WPT Event, taking home $416,127.  He also finished 2nd at the PokerStars EPT Monte Carlo event last month. 

In just a very short period of time Gregg has become one of the top money earners in poker with $8,732,557 in winnings to date on the live circuit.

All eyes were on Antonio Esfandiari, who won last year’s inaugural $1 million buy-in One Drop event.  He managed to finish 4th and adds another $1,433, 438 to his earnings. Esfandiari is the top money earner in poker.

Here are the final table results from the $111,111 One Drop High Rollers Event:

1st: Anthony Gregg - $4,830,619
2nd: Chris Klodnicki - $2,985,495
3rd: William Perkins - $1,965,163
4th: Antonio Esfandiari - $1,433,438
5th: Richard Fullerton - $1,066,491
6th: Martin Jacobson - $807,427
7th: Brandon Steven - $621,180
8th: Nick Schulman - $485,029

- Patrick Flanagan, Gambling911.com

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