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No Limit Hold'em - WPT Prime Cambodia High Roller
– General Introduction –
Florencio “Flo” Campomanes is a professional poker player from the Philippines. He started playing in college at the age of 18 during the summer of 2006 and joined $0.50 and $1 home games.
With almost $1 million in tournament earnings, he is the number 6 in Philippines rankings and close to the top 2,000 on the All-Time Money list worldwide.
– Key Career Dates –
- 2011 – first results on HendonMob
- 2014 – Winner of the HK$ 3,000 Macau Poker Cup, Macau for $25,793
- 2015 – 3rd in the HK$ 23,000 + 2,000 Main Event at APPT 9 Macau for $119,444
- 2015 – Winner of the ₱ 50,000 + 5,000 High Rollers Day 1 APT Poker Weekend Series, Manila for $13,372
- 2019 – Winner of the ₱ 65,000 Main Event at Asia Pacific Poker Tour (APPT) Manila for $218,166
- 2019 – 3rd in the ₫ 77,000,000 WPT Vietnam High Roller 2 at WPT Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh for $41,980
- 2020 – runner-up in the ₱ 485,000 + 15,000 Red Dragon Super High Roller Red Dragon Manila for $70,443
- 2020 – Winner of the ₱ 99,000 + 11,000 Red Dragon Main Event at Red Dragon Manila for $270,402
– Florencio Compomanes’ Career –
The first tournament results that were tracked on HendonMob appeared in 2011. Since then Florencio showed regular final table appearances at Asian poker events.
The WSOP does not interest him as it sounds too much like a grind. He prefers shorter festivals like the European Poker Tour.
In 2019 he had called himself semi-retired, but then showed up with amazing results. He had taken down the 2019 APPT Manila Main Event, came second in the 2020 Red Dragon Manila Super High Roller and then won the inaugural PokerStars Red Dragon Manila Main Event for ₱13,815,070 ($270,183).
In addition to this he also proved to be a “lucky boy” and won the first Platinum Pass in 2020 in a lucky draw. This prolonged his poker career a little further.
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Data source: Global Poker Index