The Triton Million did not only produce the largest buy-in in poker history along with the biggest first prize, but it also created some amazing banter on Twitter! As Day 1 has wrapped up, here’s a look at some of the best gems that Twitter produced.

Watch the Triton Million Day 2 for free on PokerGO starting at 8:00 a.m. ET with a winner set to be crowned on Saturday night in London. Commentary and break desk analysis are provided by Ali Nejad, Nick Schulman, Lex Veldhuis, Marle Cordeiro, Jeff Gross, and Liv Boeree.

The Germans Love Trickett!

Sam Trickett pulled off a sick bluff against both Bryn Kenney and Stephen Chidwick and the Germans were very impressed! Watch the full hand here.


Christoph Vogelsang is usually criticized for his turtleneck cover-up job but for the Triton Million he broke up the full suit look. Vogelsang sported some Nike sunglasses along with his look to create a unique combo that surely impressed Timex!


Decide for yourself, did Justin Bonomo make the right play here?

Yong’s Draw From Hell

To nobody’s surprise, some of the Triton Million table draws were absolutely stacked after the pros and recs were mixed together. Rob Yong definitely drew the short straw as you can see in this video. Yong ultimately survived the day with 1.6 million chips.

A Day in the Life of Boris Becker

Tennis legend Boris Becker is playing some of the Triton side events and along the way, he’s providing some mental game coaching for Tony G who bagged up 1.4 million chips after Day 1. Oh, and Becker photo bombed the Chinese language live stream break desk action as well as posing for a selfie with WSOP Main Event winner Hossein Ensan.


Negreanu Won’t Miss This One Again!

Daniel Negreanu took some time off from the game after an extremely hectic World Series of Poker but he’s already regretting that decision!

Tune in for more Triton Million action at 8:00 a.m. ET on Friday for Day 2 coverage for free on PokerGO.

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