Bryn Kenney Just Won over $1.4M at Triton Poker Series, Montenegro

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Bryn Kenney has managed to beat 79 players (34 entries included) at the Triton Poker Series, Montenegro, this week. Kenney won first place at the final table of Event #2, which was the No-Limit Hold’em Six Max HKD 500,000.

Kenney ultimately won $1,432,264 (HKD 11,230,000) playing poker at 2019 Triton Poker Super High Roller Series, Montenegro. Moreover, the win is among the largest in the tournament, consisting of 10 events that will end on May 17, 2019. The tournament is held in the Maestral Casino & Resort.

Winning Bryn Kenney playing pokerFurthermore, it was the poker professional’s first triumph at a tournament. Additionally, among his best recent results, is a $1,401,694 runner-up victory at the Triton Poker Super High Roller Series in the Philippines in 2016 (main event).

Reportedly, Kenney’s total live earnings in poker tournaments are around $30,654,179, and his best live cash win is $3,125,135. He won this prize fairly recently, on March 19, at the Triton 2019 tournament in Jeju, South Korea.

In Montenegro, Kenney gave us an exceptionally thrilling game. He appeared to be focused more on a strong play and confident moves than the outcome. What’s more, the player stated that he was satisfied with his bluffs and good value bets. The triumphant Bryn Kenney described his playing as “ferocious.”

Kenney, aged 32, is from Long Beach, NY. He first marked a live cash win in 2007 and obtained a World Series of Poker bracelet in a 2014 tournament. In 2017, Kenney was a GPI Player of the Year. He has also competed in 9 World Poker Tour events so far, and his winnings amount to $463,605.

The runner-up at the No-Limit Hold’em Six Max was Daniel Dvoress from Canada, who won $946,954. Third place went to Ivan Leow from Malaysia, who went away with $646,172. Dvoress beat Leow’s jack-ten with pocket queens. Interestingly, the co-founder of Triton, Richard Yong, won $231,959, good for seventh place. Other big winners were Sergio Aido ($486,859), Jason Koon ($378,527) and Christoph Vogelsang ($293,135).

Surprisingly, Kenney rivered an ace-six flush, which secured his victory and ultimately defeated Daniel Dvoress. Even though Dvoress lost, second place and $946,954 was the highest prize of his career.

Kenney’s triumph and the prizes scored by the other players proved that we should expect to see more exciting poker action before Triton High Roller Series, Montenegro, 2019 culminates on May 17, 2019.

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