The broadcast of the Triton Poker Series features the GGPoker logo prominently.
Several of their usual High Rollers are now in Vietnam for live tournaments, and Juan Pardo has taken full advantage of the situation by dominating the 21-player field in the Spring Daily Deepstack HR $5k. This is similar to what Sergio Aido and Sergi Reixach accomplished yesterday in the Ultra HR $25k.
Malaka, who finished barely outside the Super Million$ Mühlockr, Badzoiakouski, Addamo, Kulev, or one of the other regulars now in Southeast Asia (thirteenth, $24,813), did not allow Monday’s tournament triumph slide past his fingers.
Papadakis, who is one of the few players who dares to sit at the same cash tables as Vicente Delgado or Nacho Morón (1st, $45,183), sought to take advantage of the dwindling number of specialists but was prevented by Juan.
But, Juanki Vecino doesn’t give a hoot that there is now no international festival to keep the best players of his level away from the tables. On the other hand, Juanki entered Event #15-H with 257 opponents in an attempt to benefit from the Bounty Builder Series call effect.
The typical Central European and Brazilian players that dominate Pokerstars were there, but “B4NKR0LL3R” put his boots to the boots with the bounty, especially the one amassed by Finland’s ” Creatiff111′′, and increased the entire prize pool from $530 to $24,649.
GGPoker Bounty Hunters Spring HR $525 final table participant ‘Gf0rk4ll’ capped off the day.
Gerard boosted the FT all the way to fifth place, earning himself $12,285 in bonuses and prizes.