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Triton Poker Review | Timothy Adams Won the Triton Poker Main Event

 Triton Poker Review | Timothy Adams Won the Triton Poker Main Event. 

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Despite winning several Triton Poker high-end tournaments in recent years, Timothy Adams has not won the title in the six-digit buy-in. The situation changed yesterday. The WSOP bracelet winner won the Triton Poker Hawker Main Event at the Landon Casino in Jeju Island, South Korea. The entry fee for this competition is 2 million Hong Kong dollars (US$254,779). The champion brought him HK$27,760,500 (US$3,608,865).
Adams scored the best result of his career this time. His previous third place at the 2017 ACOP (Asian Poker Championship) Super High Roller was $1009965. His offline tournament prizes exceeded US$ 14.1 million and he is currently ranked 39th in history. He ranked fourth in Canada's domestic rankings. In front are Daniel Negreanu ($38.6 million), Jonathan Duhamel ($17.9 million) and Samuel Greenwood ($15.8 million).
This victory also brought him 600 Card Player points of the year. This is his second final table and second championship this year. In January he won the $50,000 buy-in event at the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure. He is currently ranked 67th in the annual standings.
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Adams' head-to-head opponent Bryn Kenney also received 500 points and a prize of $3,125,135. The two parties reached an agreement for bonus distribution. Both parties locked in more than $3 million in prize money, leaving 500,000 to the heads-up winner. Kenney has gained momentum since the beginning of the year. He won 916,271 US dollars and 2208 points in the 10,000 Australian Australian Main Event. In USPO, he won the second championship in the 25,000 buy-in event, and earned another 450,000 dollars and 504 points. Kenney then bought the unlimited Texas Hold'em six-person table at Triton Poker for HK$500,000, earning fourth place, earning $509,730 and 408 points.
Kenney is currently at the top of the standings with a total score of 3620 points. And this year he has received a prize of USD 5,001,136.
David Peters finished fifth in the event, earning $1,059,500 and 250 points. The 2019 USPO champion has reached six final tables this year and is currently ranked 13th in the annual standings.
Peters' total offline score reached US$32,755,512, ranking fifth in the overall history. Kenney ranked sixth in the history list, with a total prize of $30,770,801.
Triton Poker Final Table (Card Player Annual Points)
1 Tim Adams $3,608,865 600
2 Bryn Kenney $3,125,135 500
3 Dan Smith $1,768,000 400
4 Peter Jetten $1,350,700 300
5 David Peters $1,059,500 250
6 Isaac Haxton $819,000 200

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