Founded by Paul Phua and Richard Yong, Triton Poker hosts high-stakes poker tournaments with buy-ins from $25,000 to a staggering $1,000,000. These tournaments have taken place in international locations such as Macau, London, Manila, Jeju Island, Cyprus, and Vietnam.
Top poker players like Daniel Negreanu, Phil Ivey, Tom Dwan, and Stephen Chidwick are often seen competing in Triton Poker Series.
Besides exciting gameplay, Triton Poker contributes part of each tournament’s proceeds to charity. The 2019 Triton Million – A Helping Hand for Charity alone contributed over $27 million.
Triton Million – A Helping Hand for Charity (2019)
Aaron Zang won the tournament, defeating Bryn Kenney and winning £14,022,400. The event raised over £2.7 million for various charities, and was the first to have a buy-in over £1 million and be live-streamed on Twitch.
Triton Super High Roller Series London (2022)
Held at The Ritz in London from April 6 to 15, 2022, the series comprised ten high-stakes poker tournaments and offered a total prize pool exceeding £70 million.
The £1 million buy-in Main Event was won by Sam Greenwood, claiming £22.2 million.
The 2022 series underscored the demand for high-stakes poker in Europe and continued Triton Poker’s tradition of raising funds for charity.
Some results from the 2022 series:
- Sam Greenwood won the Main Event and £22.2 million.
- Mikita Badziakouski won the £500,000 Short Deck event and £10.7 million.
- Jason Koon won the £250,000 No-Limit Hold’em event and £6.1 million.
Triton Poker Cyprus (2023)
The series attracted top poker players, with a total prize pool exceeding €100 million.
Highlights from the Triton Poker Cyprus 2023:
- The Main Event had a €500,000 buy-in and a €20 million prize pool.
- The Short Deck event had a €250,000 buy-in and a €10 million prize pool.
- The 8-Max event had a €100,000 buy-in and a €5 million prize pool.
The Triton Poker Cyprus 2023 marked Triton Poker’s return to Europe after the 2022 London series and left an indelible mark on poker history.