Bryn Kenny Wins Luxon Invitational

Bryn Kenney Ranks No. 1 Again After Winning Luxon...

The $250,000 Luxon Invitational, the most expensive tournament in the Triton Poker Series, came to a close Saturday night in London. There were 118 entrants (including 27 re-entrants) and the prize pool was $29,500,000.

The tournament was won by Bryn Kenney, who has been embroiled in a string of scandals of late but continues to successfully prove himself as one of the best live poker players in the world. After handily beating pros and amateurs, he took home another Triton Poker trophy and $6,680,000 in prize money.

This brought Breen back to the top of the world’s top earning player list. Last year, he was ejected by Justin Bonomo, taking advantage of Kenny’s temporary hiatus from offline play.

When the latest payouts are factored in, Kenny returns to the top spot with a total of $64,829,391. Bonomo will have to work hard to return to the top spot with $61,956,383 to date.

Chris Manimaker also had some incredible results at the Luxon Invitational. Despite Chris enjoying the status of “Founder of the Poker Boom” and having made numerous deals with the best poker rooms, he hasn’t had success in tournament poker for a long time.

Since his WSOP victory in 2003, he has won six tournaments – figure has won three times in his career, between 2007 and 2011. At the Luxon Invitational, Chris reached the final table and finished fifth for $2,030,000, $500,000 short of the ME WSOP title.

Among the Russian-speaking players, Alexey Ponyakov achieved the best result. He finished fourth for $2,540,000.

The final table prizes for the Luxon Invitational are as follows:

  1. Bryn Kenney – $6,860,000.
  2. Talal Shakerchi – $4,650,000.
  3. Punnat Punsri– 3,107 .000$.
  4. Alexey Ponyakov
  5. Alexey Ponyakovstrong> – $2,540,000.
  6. Chris Moneymaker – $2,030,000.
  7. Robert Frink – $1,582,000.
  8. Nick Petrangelo – $1,170,000.
  9. Kayhan Mokri – $860,000.
  10. James Chen – $680,000.

The Triton Poker series doesn’t end there. There are also about 10 other tournaments with buy-ins as high as $200,000, and one advertised cash game with a $1,000,000 minimum entry.

Bryn Kenney Ranks No. 1 Again After Winning Luxon...

Comments (4)

  • Evalyn.streich

    This text provides an update on the Luxon Invitational tournament in the Triton Poker Series, highlighting Bryn Kenney’s victory, his winnings, and his return to the top of the world’s top earning player list. It also mentions Chris Moneymaker’s performance and the upcoming tournaments in the Triton Poker series.

  • Rosalinda.lang

    This text provides a recap of the Luxon Invitational, the most expensive tournament in the Triton Poker Series, highlighting Bryn Kenney’s victory and his return to the top of the highest-earning player list. It also mentions Chris Moneymaker’s success at the tournament and the upcoming events in the Triton Poker series.

  • Konopelski.jaunita

    This text discusses the Luxon Invitational, the most expensive tournament in the Triton Poker Series, and highlights Bryn Kenney’s victory and his return to the top of the world’s top earning player list. It also mentions the success of Chris Moneymaker and Alexey Ponyakov at the tournament. The Triton Poker series offers several high buy-in tournaments and cash games, with opportunities for players to compete at a high level.

  • Stroman.garrett

    This text discusses the outcome of the Luxon Invitational, a high-stakes poker tournament with a $29.5 million prize pool. Bryn Kenney emerged as the winner, solidifying his status as one of the top live poker players in the world. Other notable players like Chris Moneymaker and Alexey Ponyakov also had strong showings at the event.

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