Champion Bryn Kenney
American Bryn Kenney picks up two of the biggest awards of his career in London , by sheer coincidence, the prize amounts are so high that they alone account for 40% of the largest prize pool ever won by a single player in the history of live tournament poker.
Kenney received $6,860,000 as the winner The Luxon compared to the $20.5 million in change he collected from participants in the 2019 Triton Million Charity Race, London The Paid Invitational of the Triton Poker Series dwarfs by comparison, just a few blocks from where yesterday’s winner was crowned.
Bryn’s next two biggest cashes, however, were also at the Triton Series tournament, with the main events of his two HU’s in Jeju and Montenegro. Interestingly enough, he made more money from the tournaments he lost in South Korea than from the tournaments he won, but that in itself is a testament to the continued growth of the High Roller Tour, which is the live winning list today. key figures in.
The organization has 137 contestants formalized, contributed by 95 unique players. With 65 chips left, it looked like the Tritons were ready to give the Spanish fans their last iron before pulling out of no-limit hold’em.
Juan Pardo is second in chips behind Pedro Garagnani, while I Ignacio Moron and Roberto Perez are above tournament average under his leadership. 23rd and 18th respectively.
After all the live coverage of the High Rollers this week, we’re almost popping the popcorn, but we’ll be back at 3pm on one of the platforms Triton uses to see what our players are doing this week Performance in the Main Event, which does not yet have a price list, as registration does not close until the next day.