Bryn Kenney wins PokerStars Championship Super High Roller at Monte-Carlo Casino

By | May 1, 2017

Bryn Kenney wins PokerStars Championship Super High Roller at Monte-Carlo CasinoBryn Kenney, a professional poker player from the United States has won PokerStars Championship super High Roller of buy-in 100,000 and pocketed € 1,784,500 from the tournament.

This particular Super High Roller was a part of PokerStars Championship presented by Monte-Carlo Casino. The tournament took place from April 27-29, 2017 and it attracted 61 players (including 14 re-entrants). Total prize pool for the tournament was a massive €5,948,415.

Russian Viacheslav Buldygin became the runner-up of this super high Roller and collected a sum total of amount € 1,290,800, while third position of the match belongs to a pro poker player of Canada known as Daniel Dvoress and he pocketed € 832,800 from the tournament.

Bryn Kenney is a 30-year old pro from New York, America. He has won many other Super High rollers as well. Last time he participated among PokerStars Caribbean Adventure and finished third. The buy-in for that tournament was also $100,000.

The first player who busted from the final 8 players was Sam Greenwood of Canada. The player busted to eighth place and pocketed a sum total of amount € 237,950 for the same.

Martin Kabrhel of Czech Republic hit the rail to seventh place. He collected a sum total of amount € 303,350 from the tournament for his seventh place.

Sixth, fifth and fourth places of this super High Roller tournament belongs to players from Germany and the United States. Two players were from Germany known as Steffen Sontheimer of Germany for € 380,700, and Ole Schemion of Germany for € 487,715.

Meanwhile David Peters of USA did well but not enough to be in top 3 positions. He busted to fourth place and pocketed € 630,600 from the game.

Bryn Kenney was a very happy guy to complete the job. He said that ‘it is always important to play PokerStars hosted tournaments”, they are fabulous. I am very happy at the moment to be the part of winner side.