Bryn Kenney Does It Again at PSC Bahamas 2017!

Bryn Kenney has enjoyed an exceptional start at the inaugural 2017 PokerStars Championship (PSC) Bahamas, having made four final tables from which he subsequently walked away with two titles. As a result, not even two weeks into the year and the US pro has already amassed $1,643,031 in winnings for his efforts, representing the third most lucrative year of his professional career.
On January 8th, Bryn Kenney kicked-off his stellar run with a 7th place finish at the $100k Super High Roller for $275,060, before the following day taking down the $50k High Roller for $969,075. On the 10th, he subsequently finished a small $2k Hyper Turbo in 4th for $6,020, while on the 11th he then emerged top of a 42 player field at the $25k Single-Day High Roller for $392,876.
Unsurprisingly, the 30-year-old New Yorker is currently ranked number 1 on the Player of the Year board with 1,182 POY points, making him a player to keep an eye on throughout 2017.
$25k High Roller Result:
1: Bryn Kenney (USA) $392,876
2: Dario Sammartino (Italy) $354,424
3: Anton Astapau (Belarus) $202,380
4: Oleksii Khoroshenin (Ukraine) $153,220
5: Igor Kurganov (Russia) $118,540
6: Bill Perkins (USA) $92,520
7: Mike Watson (Canada) $73,720
8: Sean Winter (USA) $57,820
Another player that has been notching up some good results at the 2017 PSC Bahamas is Daniel Colman, whose two final table appearances, as well as one other cash, has earned him $1,112,460. Included in his result is a 3rd place finish at the $100k Super High Roller for $759,660, and a 4th place finish at the $50k No Limit Hold’em event for $341,240.
2017 Aussie Millions

The 2017 PokerStars Championship Bahamas is being held at the Atlantis Resort in Nassau, and is scheduled to finish its 9 day action-packed schedule on January 14th. In the meantime, on the other side of the world the Aussie Millions is taking place with its 26 event schedule running until the end of January. In 2016, its Main Event attracted 732 players, and was eventually won by Ari Engel for A$1,600,000 (US$1,120,110).

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