As another two thrilling nights of Poker After Dark played out live on PokerGO this week, you’re probably already looking ahead at what’s to come! But have you gotten caught up with our entire on-demand library of poker content? Today we’re serving up a throwback from the winter of 2017, as Ryan Tosoc, featured on “Big Three” week took down the biggest win of his career.

World Poker Tour Five Diamond Final Table

Every year in December, the best of the best gather at the Bellagio in Las Vegas to battle for one of the most prestigious trophies of the year: The World Poker Tour Five Diamond Main Event. After finishing in second place for $1.1 million in 2016, Ryan Tosoc made the final table again in 2017, already a spectacular feat. Coming into the final table, the chip counts were as follows.

Seat 1: Mike Del Vecchio (New York, USA) – 4,970,000 (124 big blinds)
Seat 2: Sean Perry (Nevada, USA)- 7,650,000 (191 big blinds)
Seat 3: Ryan Tosoc (Illinois, USA) – 5,105,000 (128 big blinds)
Seat 4: Ajay Chabra (New Jersey, USA) – 3,065,000 (77 big blinds)
Seat 5: Richard Kirsch (Florida, USA) – 2,620,000 (66 big blinds
Seat 6: Alex Foxen (New York, USA) – 955,000 (24 big blinds)

The Five Diamond Main Event in 2017 had 812 total entries creating a prize pool of nearly $8,000,000 and the following final table payouts.

Place Payout
1 $1,958,065
2 $1,134,202
3 $752,196
4 $504,090
5 $350,500
6 $271,736

Relive this exciting final tables in the player below, as this final table was live on PokerGO. Love the World Poker Tour? PokerGO shows you all the televised North-American final tables of the WPT.

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Alex Foxen, Sean Perry, Mike Del Vecchio, Ajay Chabra, WPT Five Diamond, Ryan Tosoc, Richard Kirsch