Las Vegas poker field is witnessing a new hero in Tom Marchese as he is becoming one of the most dominating poker players with consecutive wins.
At the Aria Resort and Casino he pulled off two victories in High Roller in two successive days. Last weekend Tom registered two impressive wins in $25,000 High Roller events back to back at the Las Vegas casino.
The two day haul yielded him an impressive $681,876 that came from a field consisting of only 41 and 42 in which Tom consenting to a heads-up for High Roller II and three-way split at High Roller III. This comes on the wake of his impressive haul of cash in 2014 that earned him over $4.4 million live he is considered the hottest Sin City player at present. With a whopping $9.8 million in career winning and a horde of top players under his scalp most poker pros will be hate his presence across the table in the coming year.
For most poker enthusiast the Aria looks the most attractive and “go-to” poker venue and the success of latest High Roller events prove that top pros are coming to the resort in hordes. In the meantime “kingofcards” Tom Marchese is quickly assuming the name “King of Aria”. He won$1.3 million last year by winning the Super High Roller II of Aria $100, 000 which was also one among his seven three-figure cash prizes won in 2014.
It really was an impressive feat as the two High Roller events snared a total of Eighty Three $25,000 buy-ins that too considering the clients. The competition was full to the brim beginning with WSOP bracelet to November Nine finalists however the field could not stop Marchese’s march to power. With $1,004,500 prize money at stake at the High Roller II participants knew there is a huge payout if they make it to the last six.