Triton Poker’s £1,050,000 buy-in “Triton Million – A Helping Hand for Charity Event” takes place in London from August 1-3, 2019

partypoker LIVE will team up with the Triton Poker Series to host the biggest buy-in event in poker history this summer.

The Triton Super High Roller Series London will run from July 31 to August 8, 2019 at London’s iconic Hilton Hotel in Park Lane. Headlining the nine-day festival is the ground-breaking “Triton Million – A Helping Hand for Charity Event”, scheduled for August 1-3. The £1,050,000 entry fee makes it the biggest buy-in ever seen for a single poker tournament, exceeding the previous record held for a buy-in by The Big One for One Drop that ran in Monte Carlo in 2016.

Each £1,000,000 buy-in for the event comes with an additional £50,000 charity donation, assuring several million pounds for a variety of worthwhile UK and Asian-based causes including ‘REG’ and the ‘Caring for Children Foundation’.

In a unique twist, the entire field will consist exclusively of either invited businessmen/recreational player, or professional poker players, who will be pooled solely against other players in their category for the opening six levels. After this time the two fields will merge and the tournament will play out to a winner as normal.

A committee will determine which players fall under the categories of “Recreational Player/Businessman” or “Guest Player/ Professional Poker Player”, with some of the game’s biggest high rollers expected in London for the £1M+ buy-in event. Tom Dwan, David Peters and Jason Koon, co-sponsored by partypoker and Triton Poker, will battle against eminent businessmen including Paul Phua and Bobby Baldwin in the British capital.

Confirmed Players (as of July 10th)

Player Country Player Country
Paul Phua Malaysia Cary Katz United States
Richard Yong Malaysia Tom Dwan United States
Stanley Choi Hong Kong Daniel Cates United States
Wai Kin Yong Malaysia David Peters United States
Bobby Baldwin United States Rui Cao France
Liang Yu Vanuatu Jason Koon United States
Iven Leow Malaysia Bryn Kenney United States
Rob Yong United Kingdom Mikita Badziakouski Belarus
Alfred De Carolis United States Timofey Kuznetsov Russia
Rick Salomon United States Sam Trickett United Kingdom
Chow Hing Yaung Malaysia Stephen Chidwick United Kingdom

To retain the prestige of the tour’s events, players will be forbidden from wearing hats, hoodies or sunglasses and will not be allowed to hide any part of their body from the neck up, while every final tablist will be asked to reassemble dressed in formal attire.

Triton Poker is also offering free accommodation for all invited players who confirm their attendance prior to the event.

Triton Poker founder Richard Yong said: “We’re very excited about the forthcoming Triton Poker High Roller Series in London and delighted that partypoker LIVE will be joining us for this historic event. The Triton Poker High Roller Series offers the world’s most affluent recreational players and top-level pros the chance to compete for very high stakes against incredibly tough competition. Our tournaments really get players’ adrenaline going and now we are about to host the biggest buy-in poker tournament ever held. All those that take part will become a part of poker history as well as helping to raise millions for worthy causes.”

Jason Koon, Team partypoker member and Triton Poker ambassador, said: “I couldn’t be more excited to be invited to play the Triton £1 million tournament. Big tournaments have always been my true love when it comes to poker and to get to play the biggest one of all time is a real honour. It’s a surreal moment for me as a poker pro.”

A live stream will run throughout the £1,050,000 buy-in charity event and can be viewed on the Triton website, Twitch, YouTube and Facebook as well as several Chinese TV channels.

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