$5,250 SHRPO Championship
$3 Million Guaranteed | Structure
Level 2: 100/200 with a 25 ante
Flight B Entries: 314
Total Entries: 721
Tony Dunst is a professional at whatever he seems to do.
The pro poker player Dunst won a World Poker Tour title in 2013, picked up his first WSOP bracelet last summer in Vegas, and earned the biggest cash of his career in January 2016 when he finished second to Ari Engel in the Aussie Millions Main Event.
The broadcast professional Dunst joined the WPT staff in 2010 as an analyst and now has some big shoes to fill. He has taken over the reigns at the main anchor desk, replacing Poker Hall of Famer Mike Sexton calling the WPT action.
Dunst is back in the ballroom today trying to advance a stack after a misfire yesterday. If he misses out, he still has the $2,650 Freeze-Out and $25K High Roller to fire.