$100,000 Super High Roller

Seat 2: Tony Gregg, USA (410,000)

Tony Gregg

Tony Gregg began playing poker at age 18. Since then, he's been able to amass an astounding $8.63 million in live tournament winnings. Gregg's first big score came right here at the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure back in 2009, where he finished runner-up in the Main Event for $1.7 million.

Gregg recently added another runner-up finish to his resume in May 2013 when he pocketed $996,551 for his second place finish in the EPT Grand Final High Roller event. Most notably, Gregg scored the largest cash of his lifetime over the summer at the 2013 World Series of Poker. Gregg played and won the $111,111 One Drop High Roller event at the WSOP where he bested a stacked field and defeated Chris Klodnicki heads up for over $4.8 million in winnings.

Gregg is now back at another PCA final table, looking to once again make magic in the place that truly jump-started his live tournament career.