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James Calderaro Wins $25K Pot-Limit Omaha High Roller and $1.2 Mil Cash

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Jul/08/2017

Venice, Florida’s own James Calderaro earned his first career bracelet and $1,289,074 by defeating 205 players in the $25,000 Pot-Limit Omaha High Roller event. Calderaro defeated Alexey Rybin in a quick heads-up match that only lasted about 35 minutes. Rybin earned $796,706 for his runner-up finish.

To date, Calderaro has earned just shy of $3.6 million in live poker tournament action. 

Final Table Results:

1st: James Calderaro - $1,289,074

2nd: Alexey Rybin - $796,706

3rd: Esther Taylor - $543,713

4th: Artem Babakhanyan - $379,128

5th: Bryce Yockey - $270,242

6th: Dario Sammartino - $197,007

7th: Dan Smith - $146,961

8th: Ben Tollerene - $112,239

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