Many people who aren't too familiar with the ways of the poker world may believe that those poker pros who win at tournaments get to take all the millions of cash they won with them, but little do they know that there's a lot more being lost when it comes to huge buy-ins, re-buys and not to mention the scores of other little deals (i.e. sponsors) to settle after a tourney has been won.
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My honest congratulations to Bryn Kenney The Biggest Live Tournament Winner of 2017, I really don't follow the news much about poker other then on this website. To get better at poker it is sometimes handy to analyze other players, maybe I am going to watch some videos about him or where he is playing in, who knows I can learn some extra techniques. you are never too old to learn.
Joined: Jan '14
Age: 43 (M)
These people are breathing poker. In their place they will take a break to allow other players to earn fabulous sums of money because when you have money you can open some small businesses. To be honest if i were a professional i would be bored at one time. I can not always play poker without bothering me.
Joined: Mar '14
Age: 48 (M)
Massive well done to Bryn Kenney, who managed to amass over US$8 million in live tournament earnings last year. I am pretty sure that his next accomplishment is right around the corner. Wishing him all the best for his next exciting endeavors.
Joined: Mar '09
Age: 45 (F)
Almost three millions in buy ins for live tournaments Never thought they reach that high. Not even close. But if you consider rebuying can get to the sky really fast. Three players on top of the list, all of them with a bit more than 8 millions for the year. which means almost 22k USD per day. Not bad
Joined: Jul '10
Age: 42 (M)
yes this is the truth behind the glamor of the high tournaments we see this is think that the guy has scored a denial tournament and pulled that hefty but has the cons who wan know what is the expenses and what is left over and roi that can be negative even setting a bi tournament