The third day at the World Poker Tour Five Diamond World Poker Classic came to a close with 60 players and Antonio "The Magician" Esfandiari as the chip leader (918,500). Esfandiari won this tournament 2 years ago and finished 6th last year. Now he has about 300k chips more than his closest opponent, Freddy Deeb, and more than 3 times the average stack. In other words, he has a fantastic chance of winning a second title!
On Tuesday, the fifth day of World Series of Poker Europe in Cannes, France was played and it turned out to be a very thrilling day of poker. Antonio "The Magician" Esfandiari, the winner of the biggest buy-in tournament in history (Big One For One Drop), defeated a field of 626 to capture the title of Event #2: €1,1000 No-Limit Holdem (€126,207). This was Esfandiari's third WSOP bracelet, and he now has the WSOP Player of the Year lead.
The American poker pro Antonio Esfandiari is a well-known face in the poker world under the nickname "The Magician. But it's not only at the poker table that Esfandiari can perform magic and trick his opponents. In the radio show Donkr Radio Show Esfandiari talked about a trip with his friend to Tanzania, Africa, where they went out hunting and also played some home games of poker.