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Antonio Esfandiari Age, Height, Weight, Net Worth 2021, Wife, Kids, Gay, Girlfriend, Biography, Wiki

He doesn’t live above board and he is a smart player when it comes to gambling. Months after this, Antonio Esfandiari made another grand win, and this time, it was at the WSOP. He grandly beat Phil Nguyen at the $2,000 Pot-Limit Event and took home an exquisite gold bracelet and a winning of $184,860. Around this time, Antonio made an important decision about his residence; he decided to move permanently to Las Vegas, the heart of casino gaming.

Bounahra is the daughter of Belize resident Badih “Bob” Bounahra, who has over $1.7 million in career earnings and who made the final table of the WSOP Main Event in 2011. Antonio Esfandiari has been everyone on screen since early in the poker boom. He’s made an appearance in the film, “Runner Runner” with Ben Affleck and Justin Timberlake. His reality TV show appearances include starring in “I Bet You,” in addition to countless televised poker games – both cash games and tournaments.

In the January of 2014, Antonio started shooting a web reality series with the Ultimate Poker – Strip Magic. The web reality series features Antonio performing street magic during Las Vegas strips. The season 1 of the reality web series was unveiled in the March of 2014 through the YouTube channel, Youtube.com/UltimatePoker. Antonio was popularly known for his sophisticated chip tricks and he has become a mega superstar in the community of poker gaming. He was originally from Iran, Tehran, and later moved to San Jose, California, US with his family in the year 1988. Credit to PokerGO for getting on some original programming, especially when there is very little tournament poker being conducted, and kudos to Hellmuth and Esfandiari for putting on such a good show .

According to Esfandiari, there are many other professional players he respected and mindful of when it comes to poker tournaments. He mentioned that the most difficult table game he has ever engaged in was at the One Drop tournament, in the year he won the game. In the year 2010, Antonio won his second WPT title by winning the World Poker Tour Doyle Brunson Five Diamond World for a huge $870,000.

He won the Big One for One Drop in the year 2012 which was a $1,000,000 buy-in tournament aimed at adding value to the One Drop Foundation. In the year 2004, Antonio won about $1.4 million USD and his first ever WPT title during the L.A Poker Classic. He went ahead to win his first WSP bracelet a couple of months later at the Pot-Limit Texas Hold’em game. He appeared during the second and third seasons of Poker Superstars Invitational Tournament. “A celebrity would be recognized many times in a night,” Esfandiari says. “If I’m away from the poker room, I would say that I get recognized about five or six times a night. I think I have the perfect amount of minimal fame.”

Being a regular in every season of both shows made him one of the most recognizable faces in the game. While other players became famous for regularly blowing up and getting angry about the cards, Esfandiari was renowned for being cool, calm, and collected at all times. All these combined bring his total live tournament winnings to $27.8 million. This is an impressive number for sure and good enough to put Esfandiari in the top 20 of the All-Time Money List.

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