Bryn Kenney will definitely be remembered in Montenegro as he managed to achieve back-to-back winnings, having won both Event #2: HKD 500,000 No-Limit Hold’em Six Max and the Triton Poker Montenegro HKD 1,000,000 Main Event. In other words, he will be remembered as the ultimate champion of the 2019 Triton Poker Super High Roller Series Montenegro.
In Event #2, Kenney managed to earn 11,230,000 HKD which is approximately $1,432,264. On the other hand, his victory in the Main Event brought him a final prize of HKD 21,300,000 which is $2,713,876, having topped a field of 75 (with a total of 31 re-entries). Right now, Kenney has more money than David Peters and Fedor Holz, which means that he is now located in the fourth place on the famous list made by The Hendon Mob called the All Time Money List, which features the poker players who had won the most money from playing this card game. At the moment, Kenney has amassed a fortune from live tournament cashes which is approximately $35 million.
Kenney was also very eager to share his thoughts about the tournament and about the Main Event, saying that he felt very good about these victories. He added that he had been in the zone during the entire thing and that he had played very well, having crushed the table and having things going his way.
The Final Table Results
The names of the poker players who returned on the last day and sat at the final table are known in the poker world. As a matter of fact, almost all of the players were some of the most successful poker professionals in the world.
The first one to hit the rail was the legendary poker player from the US, Jason Koon, who earned a total of HKD 2,050,000 ($261,195). The next one to follow was Matthias Eibinger in eighth place, who won HKD 2,680,000 ($341,464). Another player as popular as Koon ended up in seventh place and won HKD 3,460,000 ($440,846), and his name is Erik Sidel.
The next one to hit the rail was Paul Phua from Malaysia. Phua won HKD 4,400,000 ($560,613) and left the five remaining players to take their shots at the title. The fifth place belonged to Sam Greenwood from Canada, who managed to win HKD 5,650,000 ($719,878). The legendary poker player from Belarus, Mikita Badziakouski, hit the rail as the fourth-place player and won HKD 7,260,000 ($925,011). Peter Jetten ended up in third place for HKD 9,600,000 ($1,223,155), which means that Danny Tang and Bryn Kenney ended up in the heads-up play. At this point, Kenney had a 12:1 lead in chips, and it was virtually impossible for Tang to try and win the whole thing. Therefore, he had to settle for the second place and a prize of HKD 14,100,000 ($1,796,509).
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