Pros and businessmen will fight again in a millionaire tournament

Pros and businessmen to battle it out again in a m...

High-stakes professionals and entrepreneurs will once again compete in the Million Dollar Championship. In May, the Luxon Pay Invitational returned at the Triton Series Cyprus, with 14 players already confirmed for the $200,000 buy-in event.

Pros y empresarios volverán a luchar en un torneo millonario

Legends Poker Series Is Forging Strong Ties With Kyrenia Off The Coast Of Cyprus , and has become the most frequented circuit for super high rollers visiting the Mediterranean island.invite

Sam Grafton was last year’s Invitational Champion.

Paul Phua He and his team have been working with various organizations to hold events in Cyprus and the next visit will be the Triton Series Cyprus, which will take place from 10-25 May 2023, where one of the games will be held, when All can speak.

This is the Luxon Pay Invitational , an exclusive welcome competition with a $210,000 entry fee that invites businesspeople to the event and chooses a professional to accompany them.

This year, the Triton Series announced the first seven couples invited to the competition, which we’ve featured below:

  • Tony G invited Laszlo Bujtas .
  • Jiang Xuexia invited Jason Koon .
  • Punnat Punsri invited Danny Tang .
  • Cary Katz invited Bryn Kenney .
  • Santosh Suvarna invited Seth Davies .
  • James Bord invited Barak Wisbrod .
  • Philip Sternheimer invited Fedor Holz .

The existence of exclusive events like this helps the Triton Series establish its relevance on the track and attract elite players from around the world. In addition, the event receives a lot of media attention , which adds to its appeal and contributes to the circuit’s overall success.

In 2022 , the event, also held in Cyprus, attracted 115 entries, with Sam Grafton collecting a $23 million prize pool When he became champion, he took home $5.5 million , the second-highest live poker payout awarded last year, behind only the WSOP Main Event winner.

Pros and businessmen to battle it out again in a m...