Antonio Esfandiari Age, Height, Weight, Net Worth 2021, Wife, Kids, Gay, Girlfriend, Biography, Wiki
In fact, Hendon Mob only has one cash in 2019 under his name, coming from a fairly deep run in that year’s WSOP Main Event. We don’t have access to any actual records for these, but considering his poker skills, he’s probably done alright. In fact, Phil was present at one of his shows, and, true to his character, he spent the entire evening watching Antonio’s hands and trying to figure out the tricks.
Antonio has never claimed to be the best in the world of poker but many of his fans and other poker enthusiasts regarded him as one of the best, if not the best at a poker table. By 2017, Antonio Esfandiari’s total live poker tournament winnings have exceeded $27,600,000. On the 10th January of 2016, Antonio was debarred from the 2016 PokerStars Caribbean Adventure Main Event $5,300 after doing a gross act. He urinated in a bottle due to a prop bet he made with Bill Perkins. Antonio moved to another table to avoid Laak but Laak followed him to the new table. Laak, also known as Unabomber, took the friendship a step further by coming around to Bay Area to pay Antonio Esfandiari a visit.
A former professional magician, Antonio Esfandiari has built a solid list of impressive results in many of the most prestigious events around the world. He won a WPT title in 2004 for $1,399,135, followed by a bracelet win at the World Series for $184,860. Countless other major final table appearances followed, before he won his second WPT title in 2010 for another huge cash of $870,124. He has career earnings of more than $4,000,000 so far, not to mention the money he’s made playing cash. He likes to party, and is known for crazy prop bets and other antics on TV, usually alongside his partner in crime Phil Laak. Born on December 8, 1978 in Tehran, Iran, Antonio Esfandiari is a professional poker player that has won a bracelet and finished in the money at thirteen major events.
PokerGO is a subscription service for poker content, but the match will be broadcast for free on the app, as well as on PokerGO’s YouTube channel and Facebook page. Esfandiari currently sits at 15th in the all-time money list, with earnings of $27.8 million. This puts him around $4 million shy of Ivey in ninth, and $14 million worse off than Negreanu who sits in third-place. “The Magician” took one final swing at “The Poker Brat” in a $200,000 heads-up skirmish, but Hellmuth managed to come out on top once again. Antonio was done, and Phil decided to cash out $400,000 and move on to Season 2.
Antonio’s father and his boys did not waste time grieving over an absent mother but set out to create a better life for themselves in their new home in California. Antonio Esfandiari attended and graduated from Del Mar High School in the year 1997. From an early point, Antonio has been focused on building a career as a magician.
19 year old at the time, he’d spend countless hours every day learning and practicing, determined to master all the secrets of the trade. It was around this time that he changed his name to Antonio as well, primarily because it was good for business. After high school graduation, Esfandiari didn’t try to pursue further education. He became independent at a very young age, and it was clear to everyone around him that whether he makes it in life or not, he’d do it on his own terms. His parents actually named him Amir, and he only changed it to Antonio later in his life.