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David Peters Eliminated On The Bubble

On the turn with the board reading 1097K, David Peters got his last 59,000 into the middle from the hijack against Yake Wu under the gun. They waited for the other tables to finish their ...

This Week's Big Winner: John Juanda Wins Triton Super High Roller Series Main Event

by Card Player News Team |  Published: Nov 22, 2017


The HK$1 million buy-in Triton Super High Roller Series main event took place over three days in October at the Galaxy Macau Hotel in Taipa, Macau. A total of 83 entries were made in the event that included many of the best players in the game today. In the end, the title went to 46-year-old John Juanda, who continues to climb the all-time tournament earnings leaderboard. The California-based poker pro earned HK$22,410,000 ($2,872,299) for his 32nd career victory, bringing his lifetime tournament winnings to more than $23.6 million. He’s now no. 7 all-time, just one or two cashes away from passing Phil Ivey for the no. 6 spot. Juanda overcame a final table that included the likes of Isaac Haxton, Dietrich Fast, Stephen Chidwick, Timothy Adams, the red-hot Adrian Mateos, and Fedor Holz to secure the title. Here are the five biggest hands that propelled Juanda to the win. Tournament: ...

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