Bryn Kenney Ships Triton Montenegro Main Event for $2.7 Million

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Bryn Kenney is the champ of the Triton Montenegro Main Event, winning $2.7 million for his efforts, enough to bring him as much as 4th place on online poker’s all-time incomes checklist. He currently likewise moves right into 2nd position on New York’s career checklist, much less than $400,000 reluctant of catching Erik Seidel.

With that success, Kenney concluded an excellent series at the Triton Super High Roller Series. He paid for, obtain this, $4.14 million in the series, consisting of two titles. Not a negative means to get ready for the World Series of Poker.

Heater of a Lifetime

Bryn Kenney gets on a heating system similar to Justin Bonomo last year or Fedor Holz in 2016. On top of those $4.14 million in squander in Montenegro we already mentioned, the New Yorker has an extra $5 million in competition revenues this year, bringing his 2019 total over $9.1 million, for those of you who do not have a calculator convenient.

Here’s an even crazier stat, one that appears virtually astounding to those that grind reduced as well as mid-stakes online poker games. Bryn’s $2.7 million score in the Main Event, which is life-changing money for the majority of, isn’t even his greatest cash money of the year. In March, he likewise scooped the HK $2,000,000 No-Limit Hold ’em for HK $24,039,500, which relates to $3,062,513 in US dollars.

He’s gone from around $25 million in profession pays to simply under $35 million in 5 months. That puts him at 4th all-time as well as second in his residence state of New York, concerning $350,000 behind Poker Hall of Famer Erik Seidel.

Sick Final Table

Speaking of Seidel, he had a possibility to maintain a firmer grip on his lead on Friday. The 1988 WSOP Main Event runner-up likewise made the last table yet was eliminated in 7th area for $440,842. That supplied Kenney a chance to nearly catch him on New York’s all-time listing.

Kenney’s run to the Triton Main Event champ wasn’t all luck. In a hand versus the young up-and-coming Mikita Bodziakouski, he pulled off a critical bluff with a low pair on a straight connected board.

Triton’s Main Event saw 44 players get in with 31 of them re-buying. Simply nine players paid with Jason Koon being the initial to go (ninth place) after the bubble ruptured. He made $261,193. Sam Greenwood, Erik Seidel, Mikita Badziakouski, and Paul Phua were among those who made the final table.

Triton Montenegro Main Event Results

  1. Bryn Kenney (USA) $2,713,859
  2. Daniel Tang (Hong Kong) $1,796,498
  3. Peter Jetten (Canada) $1,223,148
  4. Mikita Badziakouski (Belarus) $925,005
  5. Sam Greenwood (Canada) $719,873)
  6. Paul Phua (Malaysia) $560,609
  7. Erik Seidel (USA) $440,842
  8. Matthias Eibinger (Austria) $341,462
  9. Jason Koon (USA) $261,193