2019 Triton Super High Roller Series London

£100,000 No-Limit Hold'em Main Event
Day: 2
Event Info

2019 Triton Super High Roller Series London

Final Results
Winning Hand
Event Info
Prize Pool
Level Info
200,000 / 400,000

Charlie Carrel Wins Triton Poker £50,000 Event, Secures His Largest-Ever Prize

Level 14 : 10,000/20,000, 20,000 ante
Charlie Carrel
Charlie Carrel

British superstar Charlie Carrel got his hands on his largest-ever live poker score when he took down the Triton Poker Super High Roller Series London £50,000 Eight-Handed event. A total of 66 players made 43 re-entries between them to create a £5,123,000 prize pool shared among the top 15 finishers.

France’s Benjamin Pollak was the first player to bust in the money, finishing 15th for £87,000. Germany’s Christoph Vogelsang was the next to fall and also collected £87,000. This high stakes duo were followed to the cashier’s desk by Jesus Cortes, and Sam Greenwood who both banked £94,700 before Mikael Thurtiz and Talal Shakerchi busted for £107,500.

Team partypoker’s Isaac Haxton fell in ninth-place to set the official final table; Haxton won £133,000.

Canada’s Daniel Dvoress’ run at the final table didn’t last long and he had to make do with a £182,000 prize for finishing eighth. Jun Wah Yap smashed his personal best with a £238,000 haul for his seventh-place finish before Robert Flink busted in sixth-place for £302,100. Flink finished second in another Super High Roller event in Jeju, South Korea in March for $1,240,829.

Austria’s Matthias Eibinger then exited in fifth-place for a £386,000 addition to his bankroll and was followed to the sidelines by Kahle Burns who took home £481,500 from this event after banking £160,000 from the £25,000 Six-Max Turbo.

Then came the elimination of Loeliger. This third-place bust-out being worth £594,000 making for an excellent couple of days after he won the £25,000 Six-Max Turbo for £690,000. Loeliger’s exit left Jason Koon and Carrel heads-up.

Each was guaranteed £907,000 but there was £1,321,000 awaiting the champion. That champion ended up being Carrel who locked up the third seven-figure prize of his career to date, this one being larger than any other by more than $350,000.

Triton Poker Super High Roller Series London £50,000 Eight-Handed Final Table Results

PlacePlayerCountryPrize(USD)Prize (GBP)
1Charlie CarrelUnited Kingdom£1,321,000$1,601,853
2Jason KoonUnited States£907,000$1,099,834
3Linus LoeligerSwitzerland£594,000$720,288
4Kahle BurnsAustralia£481,500$583,870
5Matthias EibingerAustria£386,000$468,066
6Robert FlinkSweden£302,000$366,328
7Jun Wah YapMalaysia£238,000$288,600
8Daniel DvoressCanada£182,000$220,694

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