Phil Ivey wins his second event at the Triton Poker London 2023


Poker legend Phil Ivey wrapped up his impressive performance at the 2023 Triton Poker London Series by adding another victory to his already illustrious career. This time, he confidently triumphed in the $25,000 Short Deck Ante tournament, taking home a cool $280,500. This marked Phil’s second title in this series, and his poker prowess continues to inspire the younger generation of players.

Phil Ivey 2023

Phil Ivey 2023

However, Ivey wasn’t the only one celebrating multiple victories during this thrilling series. Another standout player who carved out his own success story was the unparalleled Jason Koon. He concluded the series with two titles, including a dominating win in the high-stakes $60,000 Short Deck tournament, which netted him an impressive $828,000. As an ambassador for GGPoker, Koon further enriched his trophy collection by clinching victory in the $60,000 No-Limit Hold’em 7-Handed event, bagging a massive $1,570,000 in winnings.

Now, back to the poker maestro Phil Ivey. Early in the series, he seized the top spot in the $60,000 No-Limit Hold’em Turbo event, adding a substantial $1,007,000 to his earnings. The ten-time World Series of Poker (WSOP) bracelet winner demonstrated that his ambitions and skills remain at the highest level, capping off the series with his fifth triumph in a Short Deck tournament. While he didn’t enter the final table with the biggest stack, his 75 antes proved sufficient for a strong second-place finish.

Remarkably, the tournament attracted just 31 participants, including 18 unique players, yet it boasted an impressive prize pool of $825,000. The first to depart from the final table of six was Eng Ewe, who pocketed $57,800 for his sixth-place finish. Following him were Thai Ha (fifth place for $74,200), Daniel Dvoress (fourth place for $94,900), and Stephen Chidwick (third place for $193,800). This left only two players standing—Tang and Ivey.

As the heads-up battle commenced, Ivey took control of the situation, holding a commanding 7-1 chip advantage. It didn’t take him long to dispatch his final opponent and claim the top prize of $280,500. Tang, who secured second place, received $193,800 for his valiant effort. For Ivey, this marked his second title in the series, adding to his second and sixth-place finishes.

With this victory, Ivey’s lifetime live tournament earnings now exceed an impressive $40.7 million, according to the Hendon Mob. He has triumphed in virtually every major poker series, including the WSOP, WPT, and Triton, over a span of more than two decades. His name continues to shine brightly in the world of poker, serving as an inspiration to poker enthusiasts worldwide with his exceptional skills and enduring success.


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