Sam Trickett has been finding big wins left and right for years, but his formal introduction to the viewers worldwide came with his runner-up finish in the Big One for One Drop. The $10 million score is life changing, but so were his other four seven-figure scores he has racked up since 2011. Trickett plays in the biggest games in the world, and that may be the one deterrent from his WSOP success.
While many others will be grinding out the start of the Series, Trickett will be in Macau and will be playing a far reduced schedule that features only the highest stakes no-limit hold 'em and Omaha events. Sure he's playing a fewer events, but you simply can't overlook this British superstar.