Anthony Zinno wins POL of $25K High Roller

By | July 3, 2015

A player from Boston Anthony Zinno wins the first ever Pot Limit Omaha of $25k at WSOP 2015. The total number of entries to this particular event no#60 was 175 which generated a prize pool of $4,156,250 to which 24 players were got some prize and they were finishers to the event. Anthony secured first place and wins a gold bracelet and a prize of $1,122,196. Till this year of 2015 Anthony has made himself through final 5 times but this is the first ever winning for him in the history. He was at number fifth for the WSOP 2015 as well previously. This winning prize makes his total earning from the WSOP to $1,985,763.

Zinno first appeared as a player to this prestigious tournament back in the year 2008 when he made himself through to the main event of the championship. Zinno was very happy after securing the first prize and a great gold bracelet.

Second place to this event goes to a player from Bangkok named Pakinai Lisawad who made a total income of $693,553 from the total pool prize.


Whereas the third place for the event goes to Christian Usterud a professional poker player from Norway. He wins his share of $456,522 at this event of 2015 currently going in Vegas.

Mr. Christian Harder a player from Annapolis take home his share of $332,998 and secured forth place for him at the event number 60.

 TakaHiro Nakai from Japan wins $1000 No Limit Hold’em

Takahiro Nakai from Osaka, Japan wins his first ever WSOP championship of $1k No Limit Hold’em at the event number 57 of WSOP 2015. The entries to this event was really big and it was 2,497 which generated a total cash and pool prize of $2,247,300 in to which Nakai wins his share of $399,039 a secured a first ever gold bracelet for him.

Nakai is only the second player from his country who wins this prestigious event of WSOP championship in the history after Mel Weiner a player and winner from the year 1996. The event was through28th to 30th june 2015. Many players from Japan were checking their luck but only Nakai becomes a true player and a winner of the event.

The second place of the event 57th was secured by Mel Weiner a poker player and enthusiast from the New York City, America who won $248,034. Whereas third place goes to player named Paul Vas Nunes from Guildford from the United Kingdom who received his total share of winning i.e. $175,559.