The year 2021 is almost over and that means poker fans have the entire 2022 to look forward to when it comes to live events. Already, organizers are preparing for big tournaments around the world, with the first of several upcoming options being announced this week. The Triton Super High Roller Series is back in action in February, kicking off on the 17th and featuring 12 events. The series will take place in Bali, Indonesia.
Details of the Series
Over a 13-day time frame, poker players will be able to enjoy the lovely area of Bali while taking part in major tournament events. The prize pools will range from $30,000 to $200,000 with two main events on the schedule. The best of the best in the poker world plan to be in attendance to try and score at least a cash-out or possibly a win! The series is also focused on raising money for charity.
The first tournament on the schedule is a $30,000 NLH 8-handed event with a $60,000 NLH 6-handed event set for the very next day. Players looking for a bit more prize money can compete on the 19th in the $100,000 event, an 8-handed affair.
For Turbo action, the series is offering up a $40,000 event as well as a PLO option with the same prize pool. The first Main Event will take place on February 21 and will be in NLH format with $200,000 in prize money.
The end of the schedule includes short deck events, with options ranging from $30,000 to $200,000 in prize money. The largest event is the second Main Event tournament, which takes place on February 27.
Because many poker players won’t be able to make the trip to Bali, there will be extensive coverage of the series, with events live-streamed online. Fans can log on from anywhere in the world to watch the footage, with the series set to offer 10 hours a day over the full series. Unlike other series, this one will stream continual footage, so fans can check out all the action, not just final table gaming.
To watch all the action, players simply need to locate Triton on Facebook, Twitch, or YouTube. Easily watch any of the events, tuning in whenever you like. It is unclear as to which poker pros will be competing, but we expect to see a few big names. The past two years have seen a serious lack of poker tournaments in a beautiful location and pros are certainly going to jump at the chance to play in Bali!