Kahle Burns Wins $1.7 Million In $75,000 Buy-In Triton Mediterranean Poker Party High Roller

Kahle Burns Wins
Two-time World Series of Poker bracelet winner Kahle Burns recorded the largest score of his tournament poker career on Friday, Sept. 9. The Australian defeated a field of 88 total entries in the 2022 Triton Mediterranean Poker Party $75,000 buy-in no-limit hold’em event, capturing the title and the massive $1,730,000 first-place prize.

This marked the third time that Burns had cashed for seven figures in a poker tournament. He now has nearly $14.3 million in lifetime earnings. This victory has helped secure his hold over the second-place spot on the Australian all-time money list. Burns only surpassed 2005 WSOP main event champion Joe Hachem ($12.4 million) as a result of this score and two other high-roller cashes he’s made in recent weeks. Burns now trails only Michael Addamo ($25.2 million), the only player from down under with more recorded tournament earnings to his name.

In addition to the title and the money, Burns also secured 816 Card Player Player of the Year points. This was his third POY-qualified score of the year, having also finished as the runner-up in a €50,000 high roller at the European Poker Tour Barcelona festival and sixth in a $10,400 buy-in at the Mediterranean Poker Party series which preceded this Triton stop. With 1,481 total points and nearly $2.4 million in year-to-date earnings, Bruns now sits just outside the top 200 in the 2022 POY race sponsored by Global Poker.

Final table results:

    1. Kahle Burns – $1,730,000
    2. Sam Greenwood – $1,210,000
    3. Seth Davies – $815,000
    4. Yuri Dzivielevski – $630,000
    5. Talal Shakerchi – $510,000
    6. Linus Loeliger – $400,000
    7. Artem Vezhenkov – $315,000
    8. Santosh Suvarna – $245,000

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