Triton Poker in South Korea in July

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Triton Poker and PartyPoker teamed up for a super high roller event. The partnership is offering plenty of new revenue streams for Party Poker and Triton Poker.

Triton Poker announced they are going to South Korea starting July 23rd through August 1st. Triton is offering a poker festival, which will happen at the Jeju Landing Casino. The event will host several poker events that suit everyone’s preference. The series is going to follow after Montenegro’s very successful event. Several high-profile poker players have signed up for the events. Names like Phil Ivey, and Jason Koon will be at the festival. They confirmed their presence.

Part of the tournament festivities include two no-limit hold’em games. There will also be three ante-only short deck events, plus six hold’em tournaments. There are going to be variations on almost every poker game that exists.

Koon is extremely happy to be going with Paul and Richard to play at the games, along with seeing some of the other players in the poker industry. The guys do not play around when hosting a tournament, so there is plenty to look forward to with the games in Jeju. His girlfriend, Bianca and he will have some time to explore and be leisurely, while also hoping to win a few of the tournament games. Richard Yong is the founder of Triton Poker, and Paul Phua is behind several Malaysian-Chinese businesses. He is also a well-known poker player. He regularly plays games in Macau at the high-stakes tables.

The first two days of the tournament will involve a $13k NLHE or no-limit hold’em tournament with an ante-only. There will be two flights. The final day on July 25th, 2018 will determine who the winner will be. Two $64k events follow, which are ante-only SD, with a 6-max event on July 26 and 27.

Among the other events is an ante-only SD $127K tournament. It will be on the 28th and 29th. On July 30th, the $255K NLHE main event will begin, which ends on August 1st.

The events will stream via Twitch for those who want to watch. Randy Lew and Lex Velduis will provide the English commentary. For Chinese coverage, Chen An Lin will host the videos. Yong started Triton Poker three years ago, to provide high-stakes games to players who want a big payout.

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