With the world on the brink of a third world war, it’s a perfect time to lock yourself in a casino for 12-days, and forget that the world even exists.
Triton has your back.
The Triton Poker Super High Roller Series returns after a six-month hiatus, and the first event comes to you live from Shinwa World in the South Korean island of Jeju.
From February 10-22, the world’s elite poker player players (both professionals and non-professionals alike) will clash in a series of tournaments and cash games that will blow your mind.
Bandages, casts and defibrillator paddles at the ready.
There are 11-events, six more than Triton’s Korean debut in 2018, and 4 more than 2019’s clod of earth raising event. Buy-ins range between HKD 250,000 (USD 32,000) and HKD 1m (USD 128,000), and there are two at the top end of that range.
– Event #6: HKD 1m Triton Jeju No-Limit Hold’em (NLHE) Main Event (14-16 Feb).
– Event #11: HKD 1m Triton Jeju Short-Deck Main Event (20-22 Feb).
Players can expect the following formats:
NLHE 6-Handed Turbo
NLHE/Short-Deck Mix Turbo
Short-Deck Ante-Only Turbo
Here is the full schedule:
Triton Poker Super High Roller Series Jeju Honours List
HKD 100,000 Short-Deck – Nick Schulman ($271,974)
HKD 500,000 Short-Deck – Ivan Leow ($1,079,367)
HKD 500,000 NLHE 6-Max – David Peters ($1,118,484)
HKD 1m Short-Deck Main Event – Kenneth Kee ($2,867,009)
HKD 2m NLHE Main Event – Mikita Badziakouski ($5,257,027)
HKD 250,000 Short-Deck – Justin Bonomo ($586,114)
HKD 500,000 Short-Deck – Devan Tang ($1,239,798)
HKD 500,000 NLHE 6-Max – Michael Soyza ($1,420,581)
HKD 1m Short-Deck Main Event – Jason Koon ($2,840,945)
HKD 2m NLHE Main Event – Timothy Adams ($3,536,550)
HKD 1m NLHE – Jason Koon ($973,306)
HKD 1m Short-Deck – Timofey Kuznetsov ($1,859,970)
After Jeju; Montenegro and London
The Triton team has announced a further two 2020 events post-Jeju. The first comes from the Maestral Resort & Casino in Budva, Montenegro May 4-18, before heading to London Jul 29 – Aug 13. England’s capital was the site of Triton’s last event. Aaron Zang won the record-breaking £1m buy-in Triton Million: A Helping Hand for Charity for £13.7m after cutting a heads-up deal that saw Bryn Kenney collect £16.9m to shift him to the top of the All-Time Money List with more than $55m in live tournament earnings.