Triton Super High Roller Series in Bali Will Be Legendary
The next Triton Super High Roller Series will take place in Bali, Indonesia starting February 17, and it's going to be an event that high-stakes poker fans won't want to miss.
Over the course of 13 days in the beautiful island known to many as the Land of the Gods, 12 poker tournaments will take place ranging from $30,000 to a pair of $200,000 buy-in Main Events, one in no-limit hold'em and the other short deck. Many of the game's brightest stars will feast upon this series.
Triton Super High Roller Schedule
The event will showcase the beautiful island and all it has to offer along with helping to raise money for charity. Triton Super High Roller Series Bali - A Helping Hand for Charity, will of course also award millions of dollars to its skillful champions. The full series schedule is as follows:
|Feb. 17||1||2||$30,000 NLH 8-Handed|
|Feb. 18||2||2||$60,000 NLH 6-Handed|
|Feb. 19||3||2||$100,000 NLH 8-Handed|
|Feb. 20||5||2||$40,000 NLH Turbo|
|Feb. 21||6||3||$200,000 NLH Main Event|
|Feb. 23||7||2||$40,000 PLO|
|Feb. 24||8||2||$30,000 Short Deck Ante-Only|
|Feb. 25||9||2||$60,000 Short Deck Ante-Only|
|Feb. 26||10||2||$100,000 Short Deck Ante-Only|
|Feb. 27||11||3||$200,000 Short Deck Main Event|
|Mar. 1||12||1||$40,000 Short Deck Turbo|
*Event #4 not included due to superstitious reasons.
"We are thrilled to finally be back and continue our efforts in creating awareness and to give back to the less fortunate communities," Andy Wong, CEO of Triton Poker Series said in a press release.
Extensive Livestream Coverage
The upcoming winter high roller extravaganza will be available on live stream from anywhere in the world. Triton will provide extensive coverage from start to finish with 10 live-streamed hours daily over the 13-day series.
Triton Super High Roller Series Bali will certainly have an impact on the all-time live poker tournament earnings list. Justin Bonomo, who won a $100k high roller in Las Vegas last week, jumped back into the money list lead. But Bryn Kenney is only $140,000 behind and could regain the lead quickly, if he shows up to play.
We aren't certain which pros will compete as none have yet publicly announced one way or the other. But regulars in Triton events include series promoters such as Tom Dwan and Phil Ivey, along with Kenney, Bonomo, Jason Koon, and many other legends of the game.