VIDEO: Antonio Esfandiari Talks Top 10 Friends, One Drop, and Lodden Thinks
On Tuesday, Antonio Esfandiari sat down with PokerNews and the Global Poker Index for a LIVE Q+A session during a break of the World Series of Poker Main Event.
Esfandiari became an instant superstar in 2012 after earning the largest payday in poker, winning the inaugural $1 million buy-in Big One for One Drop at the World Series of Poker for $18.3 million.
He scored another impressive result in 2013 by finishing fourth in the $111,111 One Drop High Roller for $1.4 million. Sitting with $26,247,007 in lifetime tournament earnings according to the Hendon Mob, he stands at No. 2 on poker’s all-time money List, behind only Daniel Negreanu who claimed the lead after his runner-up finish in this year’s Big One.
On Tuesday, Esfandiari answered questions about the Big One for One Drop, his reaction to Daniel Colman's media snub, his best friend list, and more. Check out the full video below: