Have an hour to spare? This video will definitely get your adrenaline pumping as you binge watch on Triton Poker's Main Event of the SHR Jeju 2018 - HKD$2 Million NLHE.
High-stakes poker players who participated in the Triton Poker SHR Jeju 2018 - HKD$2 Million NLHE Main Event include the likes of Paul Phua, Sam Greenwood, Mikita Badziakouski, 888poker ambassador Dominik Nitsche, partypoker ambassador Jason Koon, Stephen Chidwick, Tan Xuan, Gabe Patgorski, James Chen, Sergio Aido, Richard Yong, Nick Schulman, and Wai Leong Chan.
Below are teasers of some of the intense showdowns that happened in the Triton Poker SHR HKD$2 Million NLHE Main Event:
Dominik Nitsche vs Stephen Chidwick Nitsche got a pair of Aces Chidwick got a pair of Jacks The flop reveals 5-K-Q...
Paul Phua vs Stephen Chidwick Phua got K-J of clubs Chidwick got a pair of 3s The flop reveals J-9-6...
Sam Greenwood vs Chen Greenwood got a pair of Aces Chen got a pair of Kings The flop reveals Q-10-Q...
Phil Ivey vs Ivan Leow Ivey got a pair of Queens Leow got a pair of 3s The flop reveals J-3-4 (of clubs)...
Ivey may have lost this round, but he got even with Leow on the very next one.
Badziakouski vs Patgorski Badziakouski got a pair of 9s Patgorski got J-9 The flop reveals 6-7-8...
Sam Greenwood vs Sergio Aido Greenwood got A-K Aido got Q-J The flop reveals 2-6-Q...
Of course, you need to watch the video (further down on this page) to see who won each high-stakes round!
The final hand saw Mikita Badziakouski vs Wai Leong Chan Badziakouski got A-Q Chan got a pair of 6s The board reveals 10-7-1...
In the end, it was Belarusian Mikita Badziakouski who bagged the Main Event for HK$41,250,000 (or US$5,257,027).
Nikita Bodyakovskiy ‘Mikita Badziakouski' has won back-to-back Triton Poker Main Events, the defending champ who secured the title in Jeju and also the previous one in Montenegro (HK$ 19,618,400 or $ 2,499,184) for a total sum of $US 7,756,211.
Yes, games for large sums of money are always interesting .... of course there are people playing where the money is not at all important ..... they have a lot of them .... And so they can risk a lot of money and hardly notice it. ... But for ordinary people, this is of course a shocking sight .... Try to watch this video now ..... once such an announcement .... Probably it's interesting
All players who play live poker for big money, should take lessons from these professionals, when they watching big games in TV or on internet. There is that discrepancy between the amounts of money or between online or live poker. If you do not know how to play, when you change your strategies, then you can not become a good poker player. You can watch these movies if you want to play games with big buy in.
Yes so maby good players and big money in this series. I personally think it is nit very good situation to play eith best poker pros because all know hiw to play good and make almost no mistake so most times results is only luck
When i saw that huge winning of more than 5 millions USD, i wondered how much the buy in was, so i did the conversion. It is like 255k USD In other words a fortune for many Would have been great winning a satellite for it, if there was one and getting paid.
AA vs. KK plus QQ on the flop - this is ridiculous, shuffle the goddamn deck already. These kind of things happen randomly I know so I shouldn't make some big deal out of them but still it's baffling to see and it's ridiculous as well - it should be random, but it looks far from it.
Oh wow this looks like a really good event but definitely for some of the richest poker players definitely fun to watch how this one plays out and who will be the biggest winners in the end of the day.
Yesterday I watched this video .... it is certainly long .... this video lasts an hour and a half .... but it was interesting enough to watch ..... but in principle it is interesting enough to watch any poker tournament where good players play ... . you can learn a lot of interesting and useful .... and try to apply these skills in an online game
Posted by pajalnick: but in principle it is interesting enough to watch any poker tournament where good players play ... . you can learn a lot of interesting and useful .... and try to apply these skills in an online game
Sure, you can learn about these players bad habits, might even pick up on some yourself when you are at it but otherwise these tv tournies barely show what goes into certain decisions so you kinda stuck if you only learn the bad lessons out of it.
what about these games with astromonic amounts involved I always wonder where they win so much money after watching a small part I see the Chinese Koreas or know it what they are spending money and laughing like that who spends 1 doalr as if fose 1 milhao I know where the money comes from very cool kkk so be in this game