After three days of intense competition, Bryn Kenney came to an exciting end as the undisputed winner of the Triton Poker NLH $250K Luxon Invitational in London. Not only did Kenny take home the coveted trophy, he also took home the title and an impressive first-place prize of $6,860,000. The win puts him back on top of the all-time live poker money list.
This tournament brings together some of the biggest names in poker, including successful entrepreneurs and career grinders. The competition had 118 entrants and resulted in a staggering $29,500,000 in prize money.
The closing stages of the match turned into an epic showdown between Kenney and Talal Shakerchi, who proved to be a worthy opponent. However, Kenney won the one-on-one match and Shakerchi finished second with a prize pool of $4,650,000.
The race was filled with emotions and memorable moments, starting with the surprise exits of celebrities such as Phil Ivey and Espen Jorstad on the second day, while The tenacity of players such as Jason Koon allowed the tournament to advance despite only one big blind.
Bryn Kenney, who already has an impressive record at the poker tables, added another milestone to his career by winning this prestigious title. The victory brought his total winnings to an incredible $64,829,392, putting him at the top of the all-time money list.
After accepting the trophy and championship, Kenny expressed his surprise and gratitude: “It was so surreal, it was unbelievable. I still don’t know where I really am. But at the end of the game I’m in a great position to stand here.” Despite the controversy surrounding his name earlier, Kenny once again showed his skill and dedication to the game he loves.
Game 9 – NLH Luxon InvitationalEntries: 118 (including 27 re-entries)Prize Pool: $29,500,000
1. Location: Bryn Kenny – $6,860,000Second Place: Talal Shakerchi – $4,650,0003rd Place: -vt- Punnat Punsri – $3,107,000Fourth Place: Aleks Ponakovs – $2,540,000Fifth Place: Chris Moneymaker – $2,030,0006th Place: Robert Frink – $1,582,000Seventh Place: Nick Petrangelo – $1,170,000Eighth place: Kayhan Mokri – $860,0009th Place: James Chen – $680,000
21st Place 2nd – Pedro Garagnani – $342,000Full prize money