Timothy Adams outlasted a field of 151 entries to record his massive career-high score and win the Triton Super High Roller Series London 2023 Main Event. He ended up winning $4,185,000 for his first-place finish in the event.
It is worth noting that this was Adams’ second career Triton title, which is his 11th cash on the tour. This pushes his earnings to over $13 Million in Triton events out of his overall lifetime earnings, which sits at $36,727,006. The Triton Super High Roller Series London Main Event also propels Adams into 15th on poker’s All-Time Money List as well.
After winning the title, Timothy Adams spoke on the Triton Poker livestream and said, “It was a battle heads-up. I mean, Jean-Noel [Thorel], hats off to him. He’s an insane competitor, super tough to play against. There’s no wonder why he makes so many final tables with big stacks.” (sic)
Speaking about the final hand, Adams was positioned as the chip lead against Jean-Noel Thorel, who had pocket nines, while Adams held pocket eights. Both the players got pushed all the chips in the middle pre-flop awaiting the cards to pop out on the board. Timothy Adams breathed a sigh of relief as the board ran out Kc Qh 7h 6s and finally the much-needed 8c on the river to hand his second career Triton Main Event title as well as the largest cash of his career.
Here’s what the final table rankings of the Triton Super High Roller Series London Main Event look like.
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