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Martin Dam

Another Triton Super High Roller Series festival is in the books with the conclusion of the Triton Montenegro event.

Held at the Maestral Resort & Casino in Budva, Montenegro, the festival opened up with the Chris Moneymaker banking a sensational $903,000 win and has now closed with Martin Dam adding his name to the long list of Triton champions.

He defeated Stephen Chidwick heads-up in Event #16: $30,000 PLO Bounty Quattro to win $530,000, including $280,000 in bounty prizes.

Triton Montenegro Event #16 $30,000 PLO Bounty Quattro Final Table Results

Rank Player Country Bounties Total Payout (USD)
1 Martin Dam Denmark $280,000 $530,000
2 Stephen Chidwick United Kingdom $40,000 $219,000
3 Dylan Linde United States $40,000 $154,000
4 Ding Biao China   $87,000
5 Brian Rast United States $40,000 $107,000
6 Jason Koon United States $40,000 $91,000
7 Ronald Keijzer Netherlands   $42,000

Winner’s Reaction

It’s Dam’s first Triton title in what was only his third Triton cash ever and seems to have enjoyed his trip to Montenegro.

“Honestly, the experience has been amazing,” Dam said. “You really get a better experience here. Everything is just amazing. I feel great

“In bounty tournaments, you have to be quite loose,” Dam said, after picking up seven of the 11 bounties in play. “It’s in your interests to be so. When there are some six or seven big-blind stacks all-ion, you have to be in it. Luckily I won most of them.”


Koon Stunned as Sipila Wins Second Triton Title in Two Days


Final Table Action

Event #16: PLO Bounty Quattro

The final Triton Montenegro tournament saw 41 entries generating a prize pool of $1,230,000. Bounties came into effect with 11 players remaining and it didn’t take long to reach the final table bubble, which also served as the money bubble.

While Brian Rast survived, doubling against Jason Koon, it was Jonas Kronwitter who was sent to the rail by the hands of Dam after the Danish player rivered a straight.

That saw Dam lead the final seven players, which soon became six after the very first hand at the final table. The three-way all-in featuring Stephen Chidwick saw him triple up through Ding Biao and Ronald Keijzer, with the latter eliminated.

Ronald Keijzer: 889J
Stephen Chidwick: AK92
Ding Biao: A763

The J1023K saw Chidwick make kings and deuces to eliminate Keijzer and pick up a bounty.

Meanwhile, after doubling Rast on the money bubble, Koon would score a double of his own before ultimately falling in sixth place.All this action meant that Rast found himself in the lead, but succumbed after a double from Dam who sent him to the rail in fifth.

Brian Rast

The topsy-turvy match now saw Biao as the short stack, with Dam eliminating him in fourth before Dam sent Dylan Linde to the rail in third.

Chidwick had manoeuvred himself to heads-up but sat with just six big blinds to the 49 of Dam. There was a brief hint of a comeback, but ultimately he fell short, as the Brit settled for $179,000 and Dam took home $250,000 and seven bounties for a total prize of $530,000.

List of Triton Montenegro Champions

Why not check out all the winners and event recaps from the Triton Super High Roller Series Montenegro festival

Event Entries Winner Payout
#1 – $26,150 NLHE GGMillion$ Live 8-Handed 163 Chris Moneymaker $903,000
#2 – $26,150 NLHE 9-Handed 135 Andy Ni $785,000
#3 – $31,800 NLHE 8-Handed 154 Mike Watson $1,023,000
#5 – $42,400 NLHE Mystery Bounty 151 Artsiom Lasouski $1,349,000
#6 – $53,000 NLHE Bounty Quattro 7-Handed 126 Igor Yaroshevskyy $1,172,000
#7 – $53,000 NLHE 8-Handed 159 Adrian Mateos $1,761,000
#8 – $106,000 NLHE 8-Handed 102 Alex Kulev $2,566,000
#9 – $132,500 NLHE Triton Main Event 171 Mikalai Vaskaboinikau $4,737,000
#10 – $52,000 NLHE Turbo 8-Handed 53 Nick Petrangelo $775,000
#11 – $212,000 NLHE 8-Handed 93 Wiktor Malinowski $4,789,000
#12 – $26,000 Pot-Limit Omaha 82 Samuli Sipila $535,000
#13 – $26,000 PLO Main Event 83 Chris Frank $2,008,910
#15 – $52,000 Pot-Limit Omaha 61 Samuli Sipila $839,000
#16 – $31,200 Pot-Limit Omaha Quatro Bounty 41 Martin Dam $530,000
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Based in the United Kingdom, Will started working for PokerNews as a freelance live reporter in 2015 and joined the full-time staff in 2019.

He graduated from the University of Kent in 2017 with a B.A. in German. He also holds an NCTJ Diploma in Sports Journalism.





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