The $100,000 Super High Roller at the 2012 World Poker Tour World Championship was played last Friday and Tom Marchese took down the tournament for a bit more than $1,3 million. Andrew Robl finished as the runner-up, earning $822k.
Marchese had to top a really tough field of 27 players, who entered a total of 34 times in this re-entry event. He was knocked out already during the first day, but [...] Read more » WPT World Championship: Tom Marchese won the Super High Roller for $1,3 million!
Joined: Apr '09
Age: 37 (M)
Bill Klein was the one with less chips when this final table started and, although he had three times less chips than, Justin Bonomo, he managed to get paid, leaving Bonomo as the money bubble.Daniel Perper was leading, followed by Andrew Robl and Tom Marchese, but Marchese switched places with him in the end and won.
Joined: May '08
Age: 33 (M)
i mentioned this some time ago and i can only repeat myself- really doubt this tournament (as most of high roller tournaments) is a good value tourney at all- there is way to tough play field, with most of the players considered being pro's, i think even the 1 mill buy in tourney is a better investment considering the entries- businessmen, celebrities etc.