June 1, 2017 (Budva, MNE) – Triton Poker and Poker King Club are both pleased to confirm the second stop of the Super High Roller Series 2017, to be held at the idyllic Maestral Resort & Casino in Budva, Montenegro, from July 16th to 20th, 2017.
The five-day event is set to have two tournaments:
- HK $250,000 Triton 6-Max Side Event;
- HK $1 Million Triton Series Montenegro 2017 Main Event.
Maestral Resort & Casino is a brand-new property, set to debut its newly constructed Casino on July 14th to 15th, 2017, a day before the kick-off of the latest Triton tournament. Facing the blue seas of the Adriatic, the resort would be a big change of pace for the high-rollers joining the event.
Triton SHR Series Montenegro 2017 will be the second event in a planned three-stop series for 2017. The first event was held at the Solaire Resort and Casino Manila from February 17th to 21st, 2017. USA pro-player, Daniel Colman, won the HK $250,000 buyin 6-Max event, raking in a total prize of HK $3,641,600, while German player, Koray Aldemir, dominated the field at the Main Event, taking the total prize money of HK $13,717,400 and the trophy.
The series is set to wrap up its 2017 run in Macau later this year.
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“A Big Game for a Good Cause” is the cornerstone of what Triton Poker is, and continues to strive towards. Triton Poker is a premium poker brand that brings high-quality poker services to its exclusive clientele, all while pushing forward its philanthropic mission to help the world we live in. As of 2016, Triton Poker has contributed proceeds from its events to different charities, including the women’s cancer support group, Project Pink, and the disaster relief organization, Red Cross.
It broke out onto the scene in 2016 with the US $200,000 Triton SHR Series event at the Solaire Resort, Manila, in January 2016, where Fedor Holz came out on top to win a total prize of US $3,072,748.