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Linus "LLinusLLove" Loeliger wins Triton Poker tournament

Linus "LLinusLLove" Loeliger

Linus "LLinusLLove" Loeliger is one of the best players in online poker. He is only 22 years old, but has already been earning millions of dollars online, crushing rivals at high limits. Until recently, Linus was a completely non-public person, but in 2017, he played the first live tournament and revealed his identity.

«At some point, it was bound to happen. You can’t stay hidden forever. I would prefer to stay in the shade since publicity does not give you any advantages, quite the opposite, especially in poker», Linus Loeliger told reporters right after revealing.

Yesterday, the guy won his first prestigious poker title at the Triton Poker Super High Roller Series London 2019. For the £25 000 event, the organizers appointed an additional game day since players didn’t finish it at the appointed time. Linus Loeliger started the final table of the tournament as a chip leader.

Read also: Jason Koon lost the Triton Poker trophy

Lucas Greenwood was second on the stack in the final chip count. The guy was breathing down Loeliger’s back. In heads-up, these two poker players fought for the champion title. Greenwood lost the battle and got £466 000 for finishing second, while Linus Loeliger received £690 000 for winning the tournament.

Triton Poker London: £25 000 NLH Turbo final table results

  1. Linus Loeliger (Switzerland) – £690 000
  2. Lucas Greenwood (Canada) – £466 000
  3. Timothy Adams (Canada) – £307 000
  4. Cary Katz (USA) – £251 000
  5. Elior Sion (UK) – £202 000
  6. Kahle Burns (Australia) – £160 000
  7. Michael Soyza (Malaysia) – £122 000
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Cardmates journalist, news editor and translator since 2018. Specialization: poker news and review of events.
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