$100,000 Super High Roller

Seat 3: Antonio Esfandiari, USA (2,830,000)

Antonio Esfandiari

Thanks to the $1 Million Big One for One Drop, Antonio Esfandiari sits atop the all-time money list with $25,625,556 in career tournament earnings. However, even if you take away that $18.3 million score, Esfandiari would still have over $7 million in career tournament earnings and land in the top 50 all time.

The Magician's big splash came in 2004, when he won the WPT LA Poker Classic for nearly $1.4 million. Esfandiari added another WPT title in 2010, winning the Five Diamond World Poker Classic for $870,124. Esfandiari also finished sixth in that event in 2011, and fourth in 2012.

Esfandiari also has two WSOP gold bracelets to go with his bling from One Drop. He won a $2,000 buy-in pot-limit hold'em event in 2004 for $184,860 and a €1,100 buy-in no-limit hold'em event at the 2012 WSOPE.

As for PokerStars-sponsored events, the Magician finished eighth in the 2008 EPT Grand Final Main Event ($265,835). He's already topped that finish, and looking to extend his lead on the all-time money list.

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