Mikita Badziakousko became the first person to win a fourth Triton Poker title. His victory in the Triton Super High Roller Series Madrid earned him €1.34 million. Thus, his total poker career winning is more than $34.3 million.
Badziakouski’s most memorable Triton title came in May 2018 when he won the HK$1 million event in Montenegro. The Belarusian left with $2.5 million on that event.
That same year, he won his second Triton championship in the Super High Roller event in South Korea. The win earned him an additional $5.26 million.
Fourth Triton Poker Title for Badziakouski
According to gambling insight reports, Bradziakouski’s title number three accompanied a $1.7 million payout, Badziakouski’s prize for bringing down a HK$750,000 Short Deck competition in Montenegro. The poker superstar won his fourth Triton title after besting 101 other players in Madrid.
23 of the 101 contestants advanced to Day 2. However, just 13 returning players would see any of the €5 million prize pool track down its direction to their wallets. Such illuminators as Patrik Antonius, Stephen Chidwick, and Erik Seidel dropped off the radar. Yet, Wiktor Malinowski finished in the fourteenth spot finish.
According to iGamblingInsider.com reports, Brian Rast was eliminated after Malinoski popped the bubble. Phachara Wongwichit and Phil Ivey busted out next. Lastly, Adrian Mateos left, and the remaining players were down to single digits. Danish processor Henrik Hecklen bowed out in 10th, and the excess eight players moved to a single table.
Badziakouski took a seat at the last table with the chip lead, with Linus Loeliger sitting behind the most limited stack. Unfortunately, the two conflicted ahead of schedule in the last table activity. Loeliger stuck 13 major ties with ace-nine to lose to Badziakouski’s top dog sovereign civility of a ruler on the failure.
What would you do if you won that large amount of money? You could create an online casino. It is one investment that you can make with your winnings.