Tuesday August 6, 2019 at 3:35 pm

The action in London continues for the Triton Poker London. Charlie Carrel took down the £50,000 NL 8-Handed event for $1.6 million. Swiss pro Linus Loeliger won £690,000 or $841K USD for the £25K single-day Turbo that actually lasted two days.

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Charlie Carrell (Pic by Triton)

Two more Triton titles up for grabs. With the Triton London Million is in the books after a victory by Aaron Zang, the Triton Poker Series continued in London with a £50K High Roller and a £25K Turbo. Enlightened British pro Charlie Carrel and Swiss pro Linus Loeliger were the latest players to emerge victorious in London.

The £25K Triton London Turbo attracted 117 players. Michael Soyza bubbled the final table in seventh place, which paid out almost £122K or $150K USD.

The final table included Linus Loeliger, Tim Adams, Lucas Greenwood, Cary Katz, Elior Sion, and Kahle Burns.

Aussie pro Kahle Burns hit the bricks in sixth place, which paid out £160K. The lone Brit ay the table Elior Sion took fifth place for a score worth almost £203K. American Cary Katz's run ended in fourth place, which paid out £251K.

With three remaining, it got down to two Canadian Sharks and one Swiss giant.

Tim Adams busted in third place, which paid out £307K or nearly $374K. With Adams' elimination, it set up a heads-up bout between Greenwood and Loeliger.

Greenwood might have had the experience, but Loeliger was no slouch as one of the top online players in the world. Greenwood didn't win this one though as he bowed out in second place. Greenwood banked £466,600 for second place or approximately $568K USD for a runner-up score. Not too shabby, eh?

Loeliger won £690,000 or $841K for his 1.5 days of work in the £25K Turbo.

The £50,000 NL High Roller buy-in event attracted 66 runners with 43 re-entries. Only the top 15 places paid out.

Among the notables who cashed included Ike Haxton (9th place), Talal Shakerchi (10th place) Mikael Thurtiz (11th place), Sam Greenwood (12th place), Jesus Cortes (13th place), Christoph Vogelsang (14th place), and Benjamin Pollak (15th place).

Haxton bubbled the final table for a £133K score. The final table included Charlie Carrel, Jason Koon, Linus Loeliger, Kahle Burns, Matthias Eibinger, Rob Flink, Jun Wah Yap, and Dan Dvoress.

Daniel Dvoress busted first at the final table followed by Yap in seventh place. The lone Swede at the table, Rb Flink hit the bricks in sixth place, which paid out £302K.

With five to go, Matthias Eibinger was the next player out when the Austrian busted in fifth for £386K. Aussie pro Kahle Burns hit the road in fourth place, which paid out £481K or roughly $583K USD.

With three to go, Linus Loeliger got picked off in third place. The Swiss pro banked £594K or over $720K USD.

Jason Koon lost heads-up to Charlie Carrel. Koon won a cool million in greenbacks or £907K in local currency. Not too shabby, eh?

Carrel banked his largest win of his young, yet illustrious career. First place paid out £1,321,000 or $1.6 million USD.

2019 Triton London - £50K High Roller

Buy-in: £50,000

Entrants: 66 + 43 re-entries

Payouts: 15

 

Final Table Results:

1. Charlie Carrel (UK) £1,321,000

2. Jason Koon (USA) £907,000

3. Linus Loeliger (Switzerland) £594,000

4. Kahle Burns (Australia) £481,500

5. Matthias Eibinger (Austria) £386,000

6. Robert Flink(Sweden) £302,000

7. Jun Wah Yap (Malaysia) £238,000

8. Daniel Dvoress (Canada) £182,000

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