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Phil Ivey Shines at Triton London 2023 Poker
Smit Trivedi
Posted on 07 Aug, 2023
By Smit Trivedi
On 07 Aug, 2023
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By Smit Trivedi
On 07 Aug, 2023
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Phil Ivey Pockets $1 Million For Winning Triton Poker $60K Title 


Phil Ivey has done it once again, with the poker veteran reaching the $40 Million lifetime live tournament mark after shipping a title at Triton Poker Series London. With the $60,000 buy-in No-Limit Hold’em Turbo event, Ivey recorded his umpteenth major poker win in grand fashion.

Often considered to be amongst the greatest poker players of all time, Phil Ivey claimed his fourth Triton win and pocketed $1,007,000 by defeating a field of 61 entrants. Despite having a roller coaster outing at the recently concluded World Series of Poker (WSOP) 2023, the Poker Hall of Famer bounced back in style and recorded a huge win. He also receded two other cashes, which included a runner-up finish in Espen Jorstad $20,000 Mystery Bounty.

 

Phil Ivey Shines at Triton London 2023

The final table saw Ivey defeat the likes of Sam Greenwood, Aleksejs Ponakovs, and Nick Petrangelo to earn his 11th career seven-figure score. The final nine sat down to battle for the glory after Santhosh Suvarna busted in 10th place ($91,500), with Ivey being the chip lead. 

The final table saw PokerGO founder Cary Katz send Greenwood home in ninth place earning $104,000. It was the same player that busted out the next two players on the table as Wai Yong bowed out in eighth place for $137,200 while Tan Xuan was slotted seventh for $175,700. 

Ivey busted out Biao Din for sixth place for $223,200, while Petrangelo eliminated Ponakovs at fifth place for $285,500. Later on, Ivey would again use pocket jacks to bust an opponent, with Rodrigo Selouan walking away in fourth place for $360,000 during a four-handed play to a point where everyone almost found themselves in an all-in-or-fold situation.

The American trio of Petrangelo, Ivey and Katz were left as Ivey managed to knock out Petrangelo for $468,900, leaving him to play heads-up play against Katz. The final hand of the event saw Katz hold A♥K♣ against Ivey’s Q♦7♥ with two queens popping up on the flop. Ivey went on to claim first place to pocket $1,007,000 in prize money, while Katz walked away with $715,500 as runner-up.

Triton Poker $60K NLH Turbo Final Table Results

Place

Player

Prize

1

Phil Ivey

$1,007,000

2

Cary Katz

$715,500

3

Nick Petrangelo

$468,900

4

Rodrigo Selouan

$360,00

5

Aleksejs Ponakovs

$285,500

6

Biao Dang

$223,200

7

Tan Xuan

$175,700

8

Wai Yong

$137,200

9

Sam Greenwood

$104,000

 

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