Triton Poker Returns with Special Edition in North Cyprus from April 2-7

Triton Poker Returns with Special Edition in North Cyprus from April 2-7

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The Triton Poker Series returns to action at the Merit Royal Hotel Casino and Spa in North Cyprus from April 2-7 and they will join forces with PokerGO and the Super High Roller Series to add 10 more events to the slate, including the $250,000 Super High Roller Bowl on April 13. The action will be streamed live on Youtube and Twitch via Triton Poker.

The North Cyprus stop marks the return of Triton Poker with the first event since London in 2019. The series returns after canceling a robust 2020 schedule in the wake of COVID-19, along with two postponed events earlier in 2022 in Bali and Russia.

GGPoker Triton Poker Sponsorship

In addition, GGPoker have been unveiled as an official partner of Triton Poker, with the two brands planning to collaborate on future live events, with exclusive online satellites made available on GGPoker.

“Triton Series has striven to bring live poker to the next level”

“Since its inception, the Triton Series has striven to bring live poker to the next level,” said John Scanlon, Director of Sponsorships & Live Events at GGPoker. “It’s not just about the size of the buy-ins or the big name players, but the quality of production and level of engagement it receives from the poker community.

“This partnership is the perfect synergy between two brands aligned with a common goal to bring poker to the masses through premium product offerings.”

Meanwhile CEO of Triton Poker Series Andy Wong was thrilled to welcome GGPoker as a premium partner.

“GGPoker brings a wealth of experience within the online gaming industry and is renowned for being at the forefront of developing innovative games and features.

“Significant live coverage has always been the cornerstone of our business, and this partnership will further enhance the thrills and spills our fans have come to enjoy at our exclusive events.”

2022 Triton Poker Cyprus Special Edition Schedule

DateLocal Time (GMT+3)EventBuy-inStarting Stack April 21 p.m.Event #1: NLH 6-Handed Day 1$50,000200,000 April 31 p.m.Event #1: NLH 6-Handed Day 2   April 34 p.m.Event #2: NLH 8-Handed Day 1$100,000200,000 April 41 p.m.Event #2: NLH 8-Handed Day 2   April 51 p.m.Event #3: Short Deck Day 1$75,000100,000 (3x Bullets) April 61 p.m.Event #3: Short Deck Day 2   April 64 p.m.Event #5: Short Deck Day 1$125,000100,000 (3x Bullets) April 71 p.m.Event #5: Short Deck Day 2  

Justin Bonomo won the last Triton Main Event, taking £2,670,000 for winning the Short Deck finale in 2019 at the London Hilton on Park Lane.

2019 Short Deck Main Event Champion Justin Bonomo

This year’s action begins in North Cyprus with six-handed play in the $50,000 NLH event on April 2. The second no-limit event kicks off the next day with a $100,000 buy-in on April 3. Triton Poker Series Cyprus will also offer two Short Deck events, with a $75,000 buy-in on April 5 and a $125,000 event on April 6.

All four Triton tournaments will take place over two days, and each will feature live reporting from beginning to end by the PokerNews team.

Once the Triton series wraps up, the Super High Roller Series opens with 10 more events from April 2-15 that have buy-ins ranging from $25,000 to $250,000 Super High Roller Bowl.

2022 Super High Roller Series Cyprus Schedule

DateLocal Time (GMT+3)EventBuy-in April 72 p.m.Event #1: Pot-Limit Omaha$25,000 April 82 p.m.Event #2: No-Limit Hold’em$25,000 April 92 p.m.Event #3: Short Deck$50,000 April 102 p.m.Event #4: Pot Limit Omaha$25,000 April 112 p.m.Event #5: No-Limit Hold’em$50,000 April 122 p.m.Event #6: Short Deck$100,000 April 132 p.m.Event #7: Pot-Limit Omaha$25,000 April 135 p.m.Super High Roller Bowl$250,000 April 142 p.m.Event #8: No-Limit Hold’em$50,000 April 152 p.m.Event #9: No-Limit Hold’em$50,000

Be sure to keep it with PokerNews for live reports from all four events at Triton Poker’s return to live poker at Merit Royal Hotel Casino and Spa in North Cyprus.

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