Phil Ivey Survives, One of 13 Still Playing in Triton Super High Roller Series

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The Triton Super High Roller Series featured some of the game’s biggest names, with 50 entries (including 18 re-entries) anteing up.

13 players survived entering Friday's play, including Phil Ivey.  Patrik Antonius was sent packing however.

Players remaining hope to take home a piece of the €8million up for grabs.

Table Seat Player Country Chip Count Antes
1 1 Gabe Patgorski United States 750,000 125
1 2 Phil Ivey United States 1,083,000 181
1 3 Paul Phua Malaysia 610,000 102
1 5 Peter Jetten Canada 1,451,000 242
1 6 Jason Koon United States 1,810,000 302
2 1 Marius Torbergsen Norway 985,000 164
2 2 Wai Leong Chan Malaysia 213,000 36
2 3 Alan Sass United States 100,000 17
2 5 Xuan Tan China 421,000 70
3 1 Andrew Robl United States 887,000 148
3 3 Devan Tang Hong Kong 2,300,000 383
3 5 Wang Qiang China 1,490,000 248
3 6 Jaime Kaplan United States 1,401,000 234


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