Anthony Zinno (born 1981) is a professional poker player from Cranston, Rhode Island. He has won three World Poker Tour titles, tied for the most ever, and won a World Series of Poker bracelet in 2015.
Zinno earned a degree in chemical engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute, then graduated from Suffolk University Law School in Boston and passed the Massachusetts state bar exam before becoming a professional poker player. In 2008 he cashed in the WSOP Main Event in 205th place, earning $38,600. His first WPT title came in September 2013, when he prevailed over a field of 1,189 and defeated Vanessa Selbst heads-up at the Borgata Poker Open, earning $825,099. In 2015 he added two more WPT titles in consecutive events. First, he won the Fallsview Poker Classic, then he won the L.A. Poker Classic for $1,015,860. His victory at the LAPC was his third WPT championship, tying Gus Hansen and Carlos Mortensen for the record. With these two victories and multiple cashes, Zinno was awarded the WPT Player of the Year for Season 13.
At the 2015 WSOP, Zinno cashed five times and made the final table each time. He finished 7th in the $111,111 High Roller for One Drop for $565,000, then won the $25,000 High Roller Pot Limit Omaha, earning $1,122,000 and his first career bracelet. In his WSOP career, he has 12 cashes and earnings of 1,985,763.
As of July 2015, Zinno has total live tournament winnings of $5,036,027.