Triton Super High Roller
In Manila yesterday ended the 2017 Triton Super High Roller Series HK $ 250,000 6-Max event, the entrance fee is US $ 32,000. The win grabbed Dan Colman for US $ 473,400 the German Rainer Kempe reached 3 for the converted US $ 190,580.
That was the beginning of the final day
Overall, the buy-in was paid 43 times there were 35 players and 8 re-entries. In the last day of the event were still 24 survivors the previous day and at the beginning of Timofey Trueteller Kuznetsov. John Dan Cates, Jack Salter, Paul Phua, Dario Sammartino, Stanley Choi, David Peters, and Pratyush Buddiga were among the players who came out of the money.
Wai Kin Yong did not even look and was completely blown away. Also the German player Koray Aldemir did not make it on one of the paid places, excelled his countryman Rainer Kempe took him off the table. Aldemir was last with A9 all-in, Kempe called with AK and won.
Triton founder Richard Yong will be bubble-boy
It was soon Bubble-Time, always a controversial issue at a Highroller tournament. As a result, Triton founder Richard Yong who lost to the nut-flush of Sergio Aido was the last player to go empty. It continued with seven players and still led the Russian Timofey “Trueteller” Kuznetsov.
Exit Rainer Kempe
The tournament took its course and after the exits of Timofey Kuznetsov and Sergio Aido , Rainer Kempe was also the turn to leave the round. His last strong shrunken stack went with Pocket-Queens over the seedline, but he ultimately lost a triple from Dan Colman and was out – definitely a pity!
Heads-up and victory for Colman
The whole started with a clear 2 to 1 lead for Colman and should take half an hour. The chip lead changed to Seidel, but Colman was able to get him back. Then the last hand of the tournament came and Colman won a full house. Congratulations to all finalists!