The biggest buy-in poker tournament in history played out this week as 48 players put up $1 million each to play in the Big One for One Drop, a tournament designed to raise money for Guy Laliberté’s One Drop Foundation. After three days of intense play, Antonio Esfandiari captured the largest prize in poker history, an astounding $18,346,673.
Esfandiari's road to victory went through some stiff competition, and along the way there were more than a few game-changing hands.
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Published By: Poker News - Thursday, 5 July, 2012
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