Bryn Kenney is an American poker player with over $65 million in career earnings, and is the All-Time Money leader for live tournament earnings.
Kenney's first recorded poker cash came in the late 2000s. In 2009 he reached his first WSOP final table, and made his second the following year while also making a deep run in the 2010 WSOP Main Event where he would eventually finish 28th for $255,242.
This would remain the largest cash of his career until the following year where he finished third in the PCA $100,000 Super High Roller for $643,000.
Kenney was a regular on the European Poker Tour, cashing in San Remo, Prague, Campione, Berlin and Barcelona in the early 2010s. In 2013, he won the €10,250 Master Classics of Poker High Roller for €102,960.
In 2014, he won a WSOP bracelet in Event #63: $1,500 Six-Handed 10-Game Mix.
The first seven-figure score of Kenney's career would come in 2016 after defeating World Series of Poker Main Event champion Joe McKeehen heads up in the PCA $100K Super High Roller for $1,687,800
"It feels great, I didn't have a Super High Roller win, and no tournament win that you can be proud of, it was always third, second, in these big tournaments and to get a win is just the best," Kenney said after lifting the trophy.
Another $1m+ score would follow later that yeart in the Triton Manila Main Event, winning $1,401,694 after coming second to Wai Kin Yong.
The big scores kept on coming, with victory in the PokerStars Championship Monte Carlo €100,000 Super High Roller netting him close to $2m.
Earlier that same year, Kenney won the Aussie Millions Main Event for A$1,272,598.
The wins saw him overtake Justin Bonomo to claim the top spot on The Hendon Mob All-Time Money list. However, Bonomo would wrestle the lead back following his own performances on the live felt.
Then in August 2023, Kenney reached the mountaintop once again. At the Triton Poker Super High Roller Series in London, the American triumphed in the series' $250,000 Luxon Invitational for his second-biggest score of $6,860,000.
Bryn Kenney Top 5 Poker Cashes
In total, Kenney has cashed for 7+ figures eight times on poker tours such as the Triton Poker Super High Roller Series, European Poker Tour, PokerStars Caribbean Adventure and PokerStars Championship.
|Aug-19||£1,050,000 Triton Million - A Helping Hand for Charity||$20,563,324|
|Aug-23||$250,000 Triton Luxon Invitational||$6,860,000|
|Mar-19||HK$2,000,000 Triton Jeju Main Event||$3,062,513|
|May-19||HK$1,000,000 Triton Montenegro Main Event||$2,713,859|
|Apr-17||€100,000 PokerStars Championship Monte Carlo Super High Roller||$1,946,911|