Bryn Kenney took down the WPT Rock ‘N Roll Poker Open yesterday for a $354,565 payday, the number one in the all-time tournament rankings taking the trophy after a heads-up deal with Brock Wilson.
Kenney has been rather quiet since his incredible $20,563,324 runner-up spot at the Triton Poker SHR in London vaulted him to top spot in the tournament earnings list.
Yesterday he returned for the final table at the Seminole Hard Rock Poker Open, with Jason Mercier and Anthony Zinno among the contenders for the first-ever Rock ‘N Roll High Roller. Rainer Kempe and Erik Seidel were among the 45 entries paying the $25,500 buy-in, but missed out on a share of the $1,115,500 prizepool.
Seminole “Rock ‘N Roll Poker Open” $25,500 High Roller Final Table Results: