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Poker Leaderboard: Triton Poker Titles

by Card Player News Team |  Published: May 01, 2024


Rank Player Triton Wins Tour Earnings
1 Jason Koon 10 $27,149,985
2 Mikita Badziakouski 5 $19,842,467
3 Danny Tang 5 $15,409,404
4 Phil Ivey 5 $10,649,971
5 Fedor Holz 4 $13,022,140
6 Wai Kin Yong 4 $11,531,151
7 Matthias Eibinger 3 $10,285,569
8 Bryn Kenney 3 $37,796,705
9 Mike Watson 3 $9,389,683
10 Webster Lim 3 $6,466,483

The high-stakes Triton Poker tour now boasts 33 players with multiple titles won. Of that group, 23 are two-time event winners, while an elite list of just 10 have captured three or more trophies.

The recently completed Triton Super High Roller Series Jeju festival saw several notable changes atop the title leaderboard, including Mikita Badziakouski securing his fifth win in the $100,000 buy-in short deck event for over $1.1 million.

The Belarusian tournament superstar now sits in a three-way tie for the most victories on the tour, joining Danny Tang and poker legend Phil Ivey. The 32-year-old also ranks fourth on the tour’s earnings list with more than $19.8 million accumulated across 27 in-the-money finishes, with more than $1.9 million added across five cashes at this stop.

Fedor Holz now sits just one victory behind Badziakouski and company thanks to his first-place showing in the kickoff event in Jeju. The 30-year-old German came out on top in the $15,000 no-limit hold’em affair to secure his fourth title and the $786,000 top prize. He cashed for more than $1.3 million during this festival in South Korea, bringing his total Triton earnings to more than $13 million in the process.

Mike Watson joined the top 10 on the leaderboard thanks to his victory in the $25,000 short deck event. This was a particularly successful stop for the Canadian, with more than $3.3 million accrued across six cashes. The majority of that prize money ($1,895,000) was secured with a third-place showing in the $150,000 no-limit event. He now has nearly $9.4 million in earnings on the tour.

Despite not adding to his trophy shelf this time around, all-time tour titles leader Jason Koon did manage five cashes for a total of $932,000, bringing him over the $27 million mark. Only three-time winner Bryn Kenney has cashed for more. ♠