A little over a week ago we saw Cary Katz take home his biggest career score, after winning Super High Roller Bowl London. The $2.6 million score bumped Katz into the 18th spot on the all-time money list, solidifying his case as a future Poker Hall of Famer. Katz overcame one
Most players would be indulgent after their greatest success, but for Bryn Kenney, the moment he became the world’s most successful live tournament poker player was just something he had to come down from. Looking back on his historic Triton Main Event runner-up finish and the $20,563,324 result that put
Cary Katz limped under the gun and Timothy Adams called on the button. Christoph Vogelsang completed the small blind, and Bryn Kenney raised to 14,000 from the big blind. Only Katz called, and when the flop landed [4c4sTh], Kenney continued for 15,000 and Katz called. The turn fell the [3s] and Kenney
Christoph Vogelsang raised to 5,000 in the cutoff and Bryn Kenney called on the button, as did Matthias Eibinger from the big blind. The flop landed [Ks2d7d] and Eibinger checked to Vogelsang who continued for 5,000. Kenney called, and Eibinger check-raised to 18,500. Vogelsang and Kenney both called, and the turn
On a board of [8s7c9h3sAd] with roughly 85,000 in the middle, Matthias Eibinger checked from the big blind to Bryn Kenney on the button. Kenney announced a bet of 73,000, and Eibinger responded with a fold.
Michael Addamo raised under the gun to 2,500 and Bryn Kenney three-bet the button to 9,000. Action folded back to Addamo, and he called as the flop landed [As5c2c]. Addamo checked and Kenney continued for 9,000. Addamo check-raised to 25,000 and Kenney called. The turn fell the [6h] and Addamo bet 40,000. Kenney
With around 55,000 in the middle and the flop reading [2d6hQd], Bryn Kenney bet out 38,000 from the small blind. His opponent in the hand is Christoph Vogelsang on the button, and he called as the turn landed the [Ac]. Kenney bet 32,000 and Vogelsang used his full extension of free time