Triton Poker Vietnam 2023: Players to watch in the Super High Roller Series

It’s a battle of the world’s best poker players in Vietnam at the Triton Poker Super High Roller Series at the Hoiana Resort and Golf in Hoi An.

The event will feature 13 of the top 20 all-time poker money winners, who will be competing across the 13 tournaments, including No.1 Justin Bonomo.

The Sporting News runs through which players you should keep an eye on at Triton Poker Vietnam 2023.

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Triton Poker Vietnam 2023 players to watch

In a field of poker’s superstars several players stand out in the competition to win the 13 events at the Triton Poker Super High Roller Series in Hoi An, Vietnam.

Justin Bonomo (USA)

Currently holding the honour of being the all-time poker winnings leader – with $60,222,954 – Bonomo is a force to be reckoned with on the Super High Roller stage.

Bonomo’s crowning achievement was winning the $1 million event at the World Series of Poker in 2019, collecting a mammoth $10 million payout.

He has had success at Triton events also, sweeping the Short Deck main event at the Super High Roller Series in London to win $3,248,728.

Stephen Chidwick (England)

At the age of 33, Chidwick is currently fourth in the all-time poker winnings money list in an extraordinary rise in recent years.

Chidwick has won an extraordinary $45,176,631 in poker tournaments during his career and is a World Series of Poker bracelet winner, sweeping the $25,000 High Roller Pot Limit Omaha eight-handed event in 2019.

His biggest ever single score actually came at a Triton event – the $1,050,000 buy in charity No Limit Hold’Em event in 2019 – where a fourth-place finish earned him $5,368,947.

Chidwick is currently leading the Ivan Leow award for Triton’s Player of the Year with the Vietnam event and two yet-to-be announced stops to come.

Patrik Antonius (Finland)

Veteran Antonius has been a poker professional from the early 2000s but is still making waves to this day, recently being involved in the biggest ever cash game pot live streamed in the U.S – winning $1,978,000.

Antonius has been infrequent in the live poker scene recently but also won the last tournament he played in – the $25,000 No Limit Hold’em 8-handed event at the Triton Poker Super High Roller series in Cyprus last year.

Antonius’ biggest single score was the $3,153,551 he won at the Super High Roller bowl in Hong Kong in 2018.

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Jason Koon (USA)

The 37-year-old has been another bolter in recent years and has worked his way up to sixth on the all-time poker winning list, earning a hefty $42,387,725.

Koon has two million-dollar scores in the past 12 months, winning the PokerGO Heads Up High Stakes duel versus Phil Hellmuth in December and the Triton Poker Super High Roller Short Deck main event in Madrid.

Koon’s biggest ever single win also came in a Triton event, as he collected $3,579,836 in the 2018 Short Deck main event in Montenegro.

Erik Seidel (USA)

The unassuming Seidel is fifth on the all-time money list with a career haul of $42,469,394.

The 63-year-old has been a veteran of the Super High Roller circuit for many years with serious success, including winning $2,222,222 at the EPT event in Monte Carlo in 2015.

Seidel’s biggest single win came at the High Roller event at Aussie Millions in 2011, collecting $2,472,555.

Fedor Holz (Germany)

After sprinting on to the scene as a young prodigy. Holz has worked his way up to 11th on the money list at the age of only 29.

The No.1 ranked German has earned $37,597,097, including a $6 million score for a second-placed finish at the WSOP $1 million buy-in event won by Bonomo.

Holz has been a regular at Triton Super High Roller’s over the years, including three top-five finishes in Cyprus last year, while he also picked up $640,000 with a third place in the seven-handed event in Madrid.


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