Second win for Michael Addamo at Triton Series Madrid

Michael Addamo

The hot Triton Poker Series brings together truly legendary players at the tournament tables in Madrid.

So in the event with a buy-in of €75 000 ($79 200), a truly stellar line-up of poker players appeared at the final table.

A field of 63 players made it possible to make a prize pool of almost 5 million dollars to the winners of the tournament. And that was Michael Addamo who won the second major tournament at this series.

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The Australian earned another series title and $1 209 690 in prize money. British poker player Stephen Chidwick lost heads-up but eventually got even more than the champion thanks to a heads-up deal. Interestingly, at the beginning of the heads-up it was Stephen who had a huge chip advantage. However, this did not stop Michael from pulling out a victory in battle, albeit after a deal.

The fourth was Daniel Dvoress with a payout of $525 520. He was followed by the Hungarian high roller Laszlo Bujtas in fifth place. Jason Koon was sixth, followed by the eccentric and popular Lithuanian-born poker player Antanas Guoga, also known as "Tony G", in seventh place.

In general, the tournament payouts were as follows:

PlayerCountryPrize money
Michael AddamoAustralia$1 209 690
Stephen ChidwickUnited Kingdom$1 355 980
Seth DaviesUSA$694 570
Daniel DvoressCanada$525 520
Laszlo BujtasHungary$406 875
Jason KoonUSA$317 100
Antanas GuogaLithuania$253 050

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