The king of the ARIA High Rollers struck again today as Tom Marchese won the $10K ARIA High Roller Series event for $116,000. The win played out on the PokerGO live stream as Marchese defeated Eric Baldwin heads up to win the title after starting the six-handed Day 2 final table third in chips.

A strong field of 29 entries entered yesterday with hopes of collecting a six-figure win but as it has been written many times before at ARIA, Marchese is the last one standing.

Coming into the day, Marchese was tied with Cary Katz for most career ARIA High Roller victories with eight. For today, at least, Marchese is alone at the top with nine. The win also marks Marchese’s 26th career cash at ARIA. Katz is first with 31.

Most of Marchese’s High Roller damage has come in $25K buy-in events at ARIA, but he proved to be right in his comfort zone playing in this week’s $10K.

The final table opened on PokerGO with Brent Hanks popping the bubble to put the final five players in the money.

Sam Soverel then busted in fifth and four-handed play continued for a few levels. Jim Carroll was the star of Day 1 and came into final table play as the chip leader. Carroll was cruising along until a then-short stacked Marchese got maximum value on a winning full house against Carroll to win a hefty pot.

Baldwin did the duty of eliminating Jake Schindler in fourth place and Carroll then fell to Marchese to set up heads up play.

Marchese entered heads up play with a dominating advantage and despite Baldwin’s best attempts to stay alive, he fell to Marchese to earn $75,400.

For Marchese, the win is business as usual as he picks up his first ARIA cash since the Poker Masters, where he earned $300,000 for a third place result in Event 2. In addition, today marks Marchese’s only win at ARIA in 2017.

The $25K event is underway and live updates are being provided with tomorrow’s final table being live streamed exclusively on PokerGO. The ARIA High Roller Series is off to a high-flying start and Marchese will likely be in today’s field looking to go back-to-back.