Registration closed today on Event #8 at the Triton Super High Roller Series in London, the last of seven tournaments held in the Park Lane Hilton. This festival included the £1.05 million buy-in Helping Hand for Charity tournament, making it the biggest poker event held outside the World Series.
If we include the £1 million event, the total prize pools accumulated over the past eight days weigh in at £89.425 million. But even if we discount it, the remaining six tournaments attracted 622 entries (many of which were re-entries) and built prize pools of £35.425 million.
Even some of the hyper wealthy residents of Mayfair might have blinked had they known the money changing hands on their doorsteps.
Here’s the complete run-down of entry numbers and prize pools at this festival.
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Total prize pools USD: $108,726,492
Without Triton Million USD: $43,071,132
Note: the stated first prize is the original amount; some tournaments ended in deals being struck between remaining players.
Further note: The exchange rate between the British pound and US dollar has fluctuated significantly this week. The USD conversion is spot rate on August 8.
Here’s the payout schedule for the £50,000 short deck:
Triton London Short Deck
Dates: August 7-8, 2019
Entries: 52 (inc. 21 re-entries)
Prize pool: £2.465 million
1 – £777,000
2 – £560,500
3 – £357,000
4 – £271,300
5 – £209,500
6 – £160,200
7 – £129,500
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