Bryn Kenney states that he is one of the few players in the High Roller scene who rides solo to improve their game. The 2016 Super High Roller Bowl final tablist preaches this truth on Deep Issues while under scrutiny from Drea Renee on PokerGO.

Kenney’s game is unlike most of his peers who participate in High Rollers across the full year. The way Kenney molded his craft is through time spent searching for answers without any peer groups to assist. Kenney breaks down this process on Deep Issues and explains why he is the lone wolf.

The attitude of solitude brought to the table by Kenney was symbolized through the Japanese yukuta he wore at this year’s Super High Roller Bowl. The use of zen and chill in-game brings Kenney’s career earnings close to $25 million on the eve of this year’s Poker Masters. Expect to see Kenney battle for the full series as he attempts to add the Purple Jacket to his wardrobe.

Listen to more of Kenney’s unique personality in his October 2017 appearance on Heads Up With Remko on the Poker Central Podcast Network.

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