It was on Friday night that the 100,000 dollars Super High Roller at the WSOP Poker Tour World Championship ended. It is none other than Tom Marchese who doubled up his second aspiring bullet in the event into a total pay amount of more than $3.1 million. He defeated a portly final table and outflanked one of the most prestigious tournament fields of the year to grab the title. Second runner up of the tournament was Andrew Robl as he earned himself $822,375 for his finishing match.
The day started with Daniel Perper’s holding the chip lead and he was followed by Andrew Robl who occupied the second position. All eyes were focused on Justin Bonomo who acceded the final round holding fourth in chips and was focused on grabbing the buy-in title of 2012. Other three who joined the tournament was John Juanda, Tom Marchese and Bill Klein.
Along with having five spots paying a total of $263,160 there emerged a massive bubble on everyone who returned for the third and fourth or final day. Klein was a player in the whole tournament with the risk of having least number of chips while heading towards the final table. But he was enough capable of doubling up through Perper and that also on the first hand of the play. This match was full of excitement because lots of expectations were hovering the match.