Bryn Kenney Ranks No. 1 on All-Time Rich List

Reign Over: Bryn Kenney Passes Justin Bonomo to To...

Bryn Kenny is undeniably the star of the sport, even though he is a very controversial player. His $262,500 victory at the Luxon Pay Invitational at the Triton Series in London proved it and marked the end of a long run by professional Justin Bonomo at the top of the overall money list, which is defined by live tournament prize money as:

The American beat 118 entrants in the prestigious high-stakes series in the beautiful British capital to win the most expensive tournament on the schedule, raising a whopping $6,800,000 and holding a lot worth Something to celebrate. The winner of the “VIP” tournament hit the $64,829,392 profit mark in his long career to claim the title again.

It took a long 610 days for Bonomo to finally lose his crown. It’s worth noting that this very formidable duo has been battling for the top of the all-time money list for more than five years, and some changes have taken place in that time. In the last update on December 3, 2021, Justin Bonomo won the Super High Roller at Bellagio without even threatening to be passed.

There are good reasons for this. Bryn Kenny has played in far fewer games than Bonomo in the aforementioned period, making the fight for dominance even more difficult. While Kenney has won just 12 prizes over the course of a few months, Justin has won over 30 prizes for a total of $61,956,381. The difference between the two is $2,873,011.

The new name may not appear at the top in the next few updates. Daniel Negreanu (No. 3 – $51,077,626), Stephen Chidwick (No. 4 – $49,772,121) and Jason Koon (No. 5 – $49,467,008) are next on the list, with huge differences in value compared to Kenney and Bonomo.

Check out the top 10 below:

1 – Bryn Kenney (USA) – $64,829,392

2 – Justin Bonomo (USA ) – $61,956,383

3 – Daniel Negreanu (Canada) – $51,077,626

4 – Stephen Chidwick (England) – $50,273,121

5 – Jason Koon (USA) – $50,273,121

6 – Dan Smith (USA) – $45,099,216

7 – David Peters (USA) – $43,776,443

8 – Eric Seidl (USA) – $43,73,783

9 – Mikita Badziakouski (Belarus) – $42,938,617

10 – Fedor Holz (Germany) – $39,487,968

Reign Over: Bryn Kenney Passes Justin Bonomo to To...

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  • This text is discussing Bryn Kenney’s victory at a prestigious tournament and his rise to the top of the overall money list in poker. It highlights the competition between Kenney and Justin Bonomo, as well as the rankings of other top players in terms of prize money.

  • This text highlights Bryn Kenney’s victory at the Luxon Pay Invitational, which ended Justin Bonomo’s long run as the leader in live tournament prize money. While Kenney has played in fewer games than Bonomo, their battle for the top of the all-time money list has been ongoing for over five years.

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