Bonomo is in final of the Triton Poker London event
This week Justin Bonomo has lost the leading position in the ranking of the most successful poker players to Bryn Kenney. At the moment, the gap between the two poker players’ entire career earnings is equal to $10 000 000, and winning the Triton Poker London Main Event 2019 will allow Bonomo to reduce this rift.
The American player has every chance to win since he is second on chip count among eight finalists of the event. However, the chip leader of the tournament Wai Kin Yong from Malaysia can prevent Justin from taking the first place.
Yong won the same buy-in tournament (£100 000) just a couple of days ago, and this time he may take down a short deck event. In less than 24 hours, we will find out whether the player will manage to capture the second title of the series.
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It's worth remembering that such bright personalities and strong players as Paul Phua, Isaac Haxton and Rui Cao remained in the game.
At the Triton Poker London 2019, Isaac has occupied only 12th and 9th place in the tourneys so far, and during the Triton Poker Montenegro, he took runner-up twice. As for this very event, his stack is the shortest one, but it is poker and everything may change very quickly.
TPL 2019: £100K Short Deck Main Event final table chip counts:
- Wai Kin Yong (Malaysia) – 7 595 000
- Justin Bonomo (USA) – 5 910 000
- Rui Cao (France) – 4 375 000
- Paul Phua (Malaysia) – 3 905 000
- Liang Xu (China) – 3 585 000
- Ming Zhong Liu (Hong Kong) – 3 530 000
- Isaac Haxton (USA) – 3 510 000
The game will continue today with the 30 000 ante and the button ante of 60 000.