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Triton announces Record-Breaking $1.3 Million Buy-in Charity Tournament in London, Tom Dwan gets invited to play by Paul Phua

Tags: high stakes, London, Paul Phua, poker charity, Tom Dwan, Triton Poker
Posted on Wednesday, June 19, 2019 by "T".
Get ready for the biggest buy-in in poker history - at the Triton Poker Super High Roller Series 2019 in London! For the first time ever, Triton Poker is heading to London to bring you a tournament schedule featuring famous poker pros and recreational players battling it out live with nosebleed buy-ins starting at £25,000. Triton Poker Super High Roller Series 2019 LondonDuration: July 3[...]   Read more » Triton announces Record-Breaking $1.3 Million Buy-in Charity Tournament in London, Tom Dwan gets invited to play by Paul Phua

  19-Jun-19, 10:52   #1
Triton announces Record-Breaking $1.3 Million Buy-in Charity Tournament in London, Tom Dwan gets invited to play by Paul Phua 0 
dule-vu 

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another big event from triton poker,another huge money in game on every event and what to say for biggest event from this with buy in of 1,3 million dollars!dont know how many players will be on this kind of event,but prize pool will be big for sure!good luck to all who will play it!

     
  19-Jun-19, 11:17   #2
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Mober 
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What can you say about this tournament. The buy in alone says it all.
It is a charity event, so the money will go in a good cause.
The more the better.
The buy in is a sum that some are dreaming of inning some day in their life,
not using it to participate in a game Smile
It is going to be an exciting game.

     
  19-Jun-19, 11:25   #3
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CALICUL 
Joined: Jan '14
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We can not say much about this tournament if we do not participate in this Triton. It's different when you see things on the spot. This series is too great for us and we can only look at others how they play. A Helping Hand for Charity is too beautiful.


     
  20-Jun-19, 17:48   #4
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bowie1984 

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Posted by CALICUL:
We can not say much about this tournament if we do not participate in this Triton. It's different when you see things on the spot.

Charity tournament or a simple tax-writeoff for the players? This is Triton so the right answer is probably the latter.

     
  22-Jun-19, 13:11   #5
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CALICUL 
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I do not know the details when it comes to games where charity actions can also take place. I've seen more players involved in these actions and if they can help people with problems is very good. A good example should be Justin Bonomo and he need to donate a few k dollars, for a child with health problems for example.

     
  22-Jun-19, 20:12   #6
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pajalnick 

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It's nice that these tournaments with a record entry fee are charity tournaments .... And therefore they will be of benefit in some area to those people who cannot afford this money .... I think this is a wonderful tournament ..... and it's nice that leading poker players take part in it

     
  24-Jun-19, 09:32   #7
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damosk 
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This tournament lokmslike a WIN WIN situation for everyone concerned. A huge buy in that smashes previous records and the chance to raise a whole load of money for charity too. Im free on the day of the tourney so if Triton want to invite me along (and contribute to my buy in at about 100%) then I will happily turn up and play! LOL

     
  24-Jun-19, 19:38   #8
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bowie1984 

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Posted by damosk:
Im free on the day of the tourney so if Triton want to invite me along (and contribute to my buy in at about 100%) then I will happily turn up and play! LOL

What amount will you be able to offer as a charitable contribution for participating? I guess it's less than a million Smile

     
  24-Jun-19, 21:58   #9
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pajalnick 

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Of course, this is a dream of so many people to play with great poker players .... and try to show that I am also Great .... ha-ha-ha .... but for this, of course, it is necessary for such as many of us to break through satellites to major tournaments .... and then yes there is a chance to play against the coolest poker players

     
  25-Jun-19, 14:21   #10
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CALICUL 
Joined: Jan '14
Location: Romania
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This game with a huge buy-in should be televised to see what is happening there. It's something grandiose and i'm very curious what players will be there. I've heard of the $ 300k buy-in game but this game from August is something to follow.

     
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