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Three Poker Players Win Over $1 Million Each at Aria $100K

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May/30/2017

Christian Christner, Steffen Sontheimer and Ben Tollerene are each a million dollars richer thanks to their finish at this past weekend’s Aria $100K Super High Roller tournament.

Christner ultimately won and walked off with a cool $1,450,000 and is now up over $2 million in live tournament play.

Sontheimer came in second with a $1.2 million pay day and is also up just over $2 million in live tournament play.

Tollerene won $1 million and a bit of change in third place and is now up nearly $4 million in lifetime live tournament play earnings.

A total of 54 entries generated a prize pool of $5,292,000 at Aria on Friday with only the top eight players cashing out.  The remaining five received between $211,680 and $432,360.

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