The World Series of Poker has been in full swing over the last month in the blazing heat of Las Vegas. The summer poker series has it share of exciting events and the final table of the $111,111 buy-in One Drop High Roller charity tournament was no different. The tournament donated $3,333 of every buy-in to the One Drop foundation. A charitable organization created by Cirque Du Soleil founder Guy Laliberte—a poker player himself—that helps provide fresh drinking water to third world countries in need.
The tournament drew a field of 166 players for the four-day event and professional poker player Anthony Gregg won the over $4 million dollar first-place prize. The final table was steamed live on WSOP.com and ESPN3, which will continue to show final tables for the rest of the series.
Final Table Results
One Drop $111,111 buy-in Event
1st: Anthony Gregg--$4,830,619
2nd: Chris Klodnicki--$2,985,495
3rd: William Perkins--$1,965,163
4th: Antonio Esfandiari--$1,433,483
5th: Richard Fullerton--$1,066,491
6th: Martin Jacobson--$807, 427
7th: Brandon Steven--$621, 180
8th: Nick Schulman--$485,029