Juanda beats Fedor heads-up for $2,872,299

The Triton Super High Roller Main Event in Macau concludes with a stacked final table and an epic heads-up match.

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John Juanda

Poker Veteran John Juanda may have five WSOP bracelets, countless titles and a top ten ranking on the All Time Money List, but he may have pulled off his biggest feat yet - beating Fedor Holz heads-up in a Super High Roller. 

The heads-up match alone took five hours but eventually he managed to dispatch of the Super High Roller King for 22,410,400 HDK ($2,872,299).

Considering a slew of big money events are taking place right now including the WSOPE and PokerStars Festival Sochi, the Triton Super High Roller Series Main Event attracted an impressive 83 entries including huge names such as Justin Bonomo, Steve O'Dwyer, Dominik Nitsche, Erik Seidel, Mustapha Kanit, Dan Smith, Rainer Kempe and defending champion Manig Loeser

The final table was as good as you will ever see, also including Adrian Mateos, Stephen Chidwick, Tim Adams and Isaac Haxton

This win moves Juanda from 9th to 7th in the All Time Money Rankings, leapfrogging Phil Hellmuth and Scott Seiver in the process, with $23,645,182. Fedor's 16,398,000 HDK ($2,101,588.81) runner-up cash keeps him in 5th spot with $26,548,871.

Next up for the Super High Rollers is the €111,111 One Drop High Roller at the WSOPE which has a €10 million guarantee and starts on November 3.

Triton HK $1,000,000 Main Event
Position Player Prize (HDK)
1st John Juanda 22,410,400 HKD
2nd Fedor Holz 16,398,000 HKD
3rd Kahle Burns 10,151,000 HKD
4th Adrian Mateos 6,950,000 HKD
5th Dietrich Fast 4,607,000 HKD
6th Stephen Chidwick 3,436,000 HKD
7th Timothy Adams 2,811,000 HKD
8th Isaac Haxton 2,421,000 HKD
83 entries

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  • nsavov

    #1

    *insert twips joke here*
  • k0kki3

    #2

    Juanda had twips
  • Bagfrog

    #3

    But did he have twips?