Nacho Barbero won his fourth cash prize in the London edition of the Triton Poker Super High Roller series yesterday, taking home $4,157,407 at the festival.
His final result was a total of 151 entries in the Main Event with a total prize pool of $125,000 and an $18,875,000 prize pool. Top 27 finishers receive money, including PabloBrito-Silva (No. 24), Rodrigo Seiji (No. 23), Bryn Kenney (No. 21). ), Dan Smith (No. 20), Eric Seidel (No. 19), Espen Jostad (No. 16), PaulPhua (13th), Nick Schulman (11th) and Seth Davies (10th).
Nacho was eliminated in 14th place for $282,000. With this achievement, he increased his live tournament earnings to $14,222,134 and became the first Hispanic player to surpass $14 million. He ranks 72nd on the all-time money list.
Words cannot describe the last few days playing @tritonpoker I have done my best! 😎
Just keep showing, keep polishing! LFG!!!🔥#YearofNacho #Apelarlos #Poker #ACR #triton
— Jose Ignacio Barbero (@nacho_barbero) August 3, 2023
These are Jose Ignacio’s other bonuses at the London Triton:
There are five more events to go as part of the festival before Jose Ignacio heads to Barcelona for the European Championships in poker journey of. We’ll be keeping a close eye on his performance in Spain as he aims to rack up more points to maintain his top spot in the GPI Player of the Year rankings. Currently, Nacho is number one, but he is followed by Bin Weng, who is doing well with 4 titles in 2023.