The Triton Poker Series in London ended on 10th August 2023 with the most significant poker competition on the globe, the World Series of Poker (WSOP), also concluding recently. While a lot of players walked away with huge winnings, some superstars failed to impress. This led to the All Time Money List being completely shaken up. Let’s have a look at the biggest losers of the All Time Money List as of August 2023.
To no one’s surprise, Justin Bonomo has managed to lose his top spot on the All Time Money List. He lost it to Bryn Kenney, with both the players often seen battling each other for the numero uno position on the above list.
Bonomo was at the top and had even cemented a good lead in early 2023, but Kenney’s win in Triton Poker Series, London earned him $6.8 Million and pushed him to the top spot. It remains interesting to see if Bonomo manages to bounce back
Undoubtedly one of the most famous poker players across the globe, Daniel Negreanu, did not fare well at the recently concluded World Series of Poker (WSOP) 2023. The Canadian poker pro failed to win any major titles or walk away with any significant cashes, which pushed him two places down on the latest Hendon Mob All Time Money List.
Earlier slotted third on the table, DNegs now ranks 5th on the All Time Money List. With marginal differences separating Negreanu from his previous slot, the question remains, can he redeem himself? Having confirmed his participation in WSOP Paradise 2023, the poker pro will be eager to end 2023 on a strong note and propel himself back into the top three.
The American poker pro managed to add just over a million to his winnings, while quite a few poker players fared better than him in the recent past. This led to the nine-time WSOP bracelet winner slipping in the rankings.
The 63-year-old has managed to earn nearly $43 Million in total live earnings and would be aiming to cross the 45 Million mark quickly. Can the Nevada-based player shine bright to march ahead in the rankings? Let’s wait and watch.
Despite winning his third Triton Poker Series title, Fedor Holz managed to lose his spot on the All Time Money List. The German poker pro nailed Event #2 $25,000 Triton SHRS London 2023 to take a pay cheque of $609,853 but could not retain his 11th spot on the All Time Money List and now sits on the 13th position.
One of the most controversial poker players, Jake Schindler, has fallen three spots down on Hendon Mob’s All Time Money List. The poker pro is banned on PokerGO alongside Ali Imsirovic, with the duo suspended due to poker cheating allegations. Slotted in the top 15 earlier, Schindler has gone from 13th to 16th place in the latest rankings. The poker pro made his latest appearance at the recently concluded WSOP 2023 and even managed to win some decent winnings.
This list would be left empty without the mention of Adrian Mateos and Sam Greenwood. The Spanish poker pro dropped down one place to the 17th spot, while Greenwood also slipped to 18th position despite earning an impressive sum from the Short Deck event at Triton Poker Series 2023 London.
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