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    Bryn Kenney has won $56.2 million in poker tournaments. He says winning $250 million in his "poker career " is a possibility.

    Bryn Kenney is the most over-rated poker pro in history.

    It's no longer Phil Hellmuth Jr or Daniel Negreanu.

    Bryn Kenney with $56.2 million in career winnings.

    He pasted Justin Bonomo who was at $48.5 million.

    Last year he won $20.6 million in the $1.3 million dollar buy-in Triton tournament in London that other wealthy poker pro bought him into.

    He says it's possible he will make $250 million in his career playing in poker tournaments.

    What are the odds?

    Same as his dick being 20 inches long...ZERO.

    Poker's All-Time Money Leader Bryn Kenney: $250 Million In Career Earnings Is A Possibility
    The 32-Year-Old Pro Has Accumulated $55.7 Million Over His Career So Far, With $29.8 Million In Cashes To-Date In 2019


    https://www.cardplayer.com/poker-new...-a-possibility


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    Quote Originally Posted by TheXFactor View Post
    Phil Hellmuth Jr
    Phil Hellmuth is an eagle. Keep his name out your motherfuckin mouth.

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    all depends on these triton events...

    if they keep getting bigger and bigger and more Chinese fish play in them, I could see him doing it...and if that's the case, gonna guess he's gonna have enough people who will buy his action in those things..

    it's $200M in winnings...not that far fetched for him to peel off a couple $40M years if those triton events get big enough or they add a few stops...

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    Quote Originally Posted by GambleBotsChafedPenis View Post
    all depends on these triton events...

    if they keep getting bigger and bigger and more Chinese fish play in them, I could see him doing it...and if that's the case, gonna guess he's gonna have enough people who will buy his action in those things..

    it's $200M in winnings...not that far fetched for him to peel off a couple $40M years if those triton events get big enough or they add a few stops...
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    Bryn Kenney showed up in my Pokerstars 100-200 game many years ago (maybe 2005?) and announced that he's going to be "the next big thing in poker" and "one of the best players ever". He was a total unknown at that point.

    Everyone laughed him out of the chat. I only remembered it at the time because of his unique name.

    Funny how he actually made good on becoming an A-list nosebleed stakes tournament pro.

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    Bryn Kenney with $56.2 million in career winnings.
    cool but how much did he lose?
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