Triton Series to return to Jeju in February

The first stop of this year's popular super high roller series will kick off on February 10.

The Triton Super High Roller Series is one of the biggest and most exclusive high-roller tournament series, founded by businessmen and recreational poker players, Richard Yong and Paul Phua.

The series is hallmarked by sky-high buy-ins and the biggest prize pools in the world, thanks to the healthy combination of recreationals and regulars in the fields. The biggest-ever poker tournament, the £1,050,000 Million for Charity event was also a Triton event, and it successfully went down last August in London, with 54 entries and a whopping £54,000,000 prize pool.

It was China's Aaron Zang, who managed to come out on top banking $16,775,820 for his performance.

The series has several stops including Montenegro, the UK or South Korea. The first stop this year will return to Jeju, South Korea on the 10th of February and will be running for 12 days, ending on the 22nd.

The buy-ins will range between HKD250,000 (~$30,000) and HKD1,000,000 (~$125,000). See the full schedule below: