Phil Ivey Ships $30K Short Deck at Triton Poker

Phil Ivey Triton
Playing his favorite game — short deck — the great Phil Ivey has won yet another poker tournament, this one a $30,000 buy-in at the Triton Poker Cyprus series.

The Poker Hall of Famer outlasted a field of 38 entrants, including some of the best players in the world, to win $387,000, bringing his lifetime cashes up to over $38 million, according to Hendon Mob.

In total, six players cashed in the 10th event of the high roller series at the Merit Royal Diamond Hotel & Spa, unevenly splitting up the $1,140,000 prize pool.

Taking sixth place was Daniel Dvoress, a Canadian who received $80,000 for his efforts. Tom Dwan, another advocate for more short deck games, busted in fifth place, taking home $103,000, his fifth Triton cash since May, which includes two tournament wins. Coincidentally, those were the first two live tournaments he’d ever won.

Mikita Badziakouski, one of the great young stars in the game, was the fourth place finisher, good for $131,000. Kiat Lee then busted in third place for $171,000, setting up a heads-up match between Ivey and Sam Greenwood, the second Canadian at the final table.

Triton Poker Cyprus Event #10: $30,000 Short Deck Final Table Results

Place Player Prize
1 Phil Ivey $387,00
2 Sam Greenwood $268,000
3 Kiat Lee $171,000
4 Mikita Badziakouski $131,000
5 Tom Dwan $103,000
6 Daniel Dvoress $80,000

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