Triton Poker Series London: Wai Kin Young wins £ 100,000 Main Event

The London Triton Poker Series remains an unmissable event for pro players on the circuit. The most expensive tournament in history continues to make headlines with Wai Kin Young winning the £ 100,000 Main Event. The winner leaves with an exceptional gain of 2.5 million pounds by surpassing his 130 opponents.

A Main Event full of surprises

On the other side of the sleeve, the Triton Poker Series is driving social media wildly with high-value buy-in tournaments. At the conclusion of this tournament, another champion is added to the list. It is Wai Kin Young at the final table accessible to 100,000 £ for a field of 130 entries and a reward of 2.5 million pounds. The big winner is the son of Richard Young, co-founder of the Triton Series. This one posted on the counter more than 6.5 million dollars of gains in company of two titles of the Philippine Main Event 2016. As for Paul Phua, he is satisfied with the second place of the test by pocketing the same sum after deal .

Besides this victory for Wai Kin Young, another player also shone on the podium. Aaron Zhang who won the £ 1.05 million buy-in Triton Million for Charity. The competition registered 54 participants, generating 54 million pounds, of which 2.7 million will be donated to charities. The Chinese champion won the sum of 13.7 million pounds while his opponent, Bryn Kenney, benefits from a large check of 16.9 million pounds since he had in his possession a stack much higher than his competitor. In the ranking of winners, Charlie Carrel gets his hands on a hoard of 1.3 million pounds in the £ 50,000 8-max with 109 entries, rather less unlike the winnings of Dan Smith, Stephen Chidwick, Vivek Rajkumar, Bill Perkins or again Alfred DeCarolis. In the third position,

The Triton Series London unveil amazing wins bringing together players from all over the world. The festival has a quality streaming device allowing Internet users to follow the main tournaments. The program still has three tournaments in perspective and big jackpots to boot.