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Michael Soyzabecomes Game 8 of the Cyprus Triton Series was crowned and turned the $75,000 buy-in into an impressive $1.7 million prize pool. The win marks the second Triton title in Soyza’s illustrious career and brings his live tournament winnings total to more than $14 million. In addition, this result also marks the first time that the Malaysian team has won this race.
Hailing from Malaysia, Soyza is considered one of the top talents in Asia where he created the game with Triton founder Paul Phua and Richard Yong . Soyza has been an event since the series began A standout in 2019, showcasing his poker skills and ability to compete at the highest level.
At the final table, Soyza faced an impressive group of players, including Michael Adamo, Dan Smith and Mikita Badziakouski . Fortunately, Soyza had amassed a large chip stack when they met in the closing stages, allowing him to take on these giants with confidence. Soiza, it turns out, dominates most of the FT’s content.
However, in the final duel with Baziakoski, Soiza encountered real resistance. Badziakouski doubled up twice to level the stakes and push the game to the crunch time. On the final lap, Baziakoski attempted a bold move, which left Soiza with a difficult decision. Nonetheless, Soyza made the hero call with 10 5 on the 10 8 J 8 2 board and was up against Badziakouski’s hand, which showed 7 6.
“We’re here to fight,” Soyza later explained in an interview, acknowledging that Baziakoski worried him for a while. But Soyza did a fantastic job, earning a lot of praise. Badziakouski nearly won his fifth Triton title, but he took solace in the $1.2 million prize. In Soyza’s case, he became a double champion and wore a new Shamballa Jewels bracelet on his wrist.
Triton Series – Event #8 $75,000 NLH 8-a-side
Buy-in: $75,000. Entries: 87 (including 32 re-entries). Pot: $6,525,000
1 Michael Soyza – $1,735,000 2 Mikita Badziakouski – $1,200,000 3 Michael Addamo – $796,000 4 Dan Smith – $623,000 5 Vyacheslav Buldygin – $502,500 6° Matthias Eibinger – $391,500 7° Dylan Lind – $310,000 8° Artur Martirosian – $241,500 9° Mikalai Vaskaboinikau – $182,500 10° Nacho Barbero – $140,500 11 Christoph Vogelsang – $140,500 12° Santhosh Suvarna – $131,000 13° Ben Heath – $131,000