Jason Koon has won one more Triton Poker tournament


Jason Koon continued his dominance in the world of Triton Poker, concluding the Monte Carlo leg on Sunday with his record-breaking 10th victory, triumphing in the $25,000 Pot-Limit Omaha Turbo event and securing a substantial prize of $365,000.

Jason Koon Triton Poker

Jason Koon Triton Poker

As a GGPoker ambassador, Koon stood out among the 12 winners of this high-stakes poker series. On the final day, Daniel Dvoress also celebrated a win, claiming victory in the $50,000 Pot-Limit Omaha tournament and taking home $956,000.

Monte Carlo saw the participation of several renowned poker figures, including Dan Smith, Steve O’Dwyer, Jonathan Jaffe, and Christoph Vogelsang, among others (full list of winners below).

Smith emerged as the biggest winner, conquering the series’ highest buy-in event — the $200,000 No-Limit Hold’em Invitational, securing an impressive $3,870,000. However, Matthias Eibinger was not far behind, earning $3,461,000 for winning the $125,000 No-Limit Hold’em Main Event.

For Jason Koon, it was another day at the office. Koon has long been a standout player in Triton, consistently winning tournaments. However, his series performance leading up to the final event included only two min-cashes. Would he leave Monte Carlo without a victory? The answer is no.

In the 12th event out of 12, the future Poker Hall of Famer defeated Eelis Pärssinen in a heads-up battle to conquer the $25,000 PLO Turbo event. The tournament featured 35 players, with nine players cashing. Joao Vieira (third place) and Sam Greenwood (fourth place) were among the other notable players who cashed.

Koon’s total earnings on The Hendon Mob now exceed $52.6 million for his career, placing him fourth all-time, approximately $13 million behind the leader, Bryn Kenney.

Dvoress, one of the greatest Canadian poker pros, added to his already impressive resume by winning the $50k PLO event on Sunday. In doing so, he surpassed the $27.2 million mark in lifetime live tournament cashes, according to The Hendon Mob. He defeated Daniel Tang, the series’ top performer, in the heads-up battle for the title.

Tang won the $50,000 No-Limit Hold’em 8-Handed tournament, earning $1,580,000, and reached five final tables in the 12 events, cashing for a total of $4,593,000.


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