Ivan Leow, a founding member of Triton and a close friend, partner, and supporter has died, Paul and Richard announced. Ivan Leow, 39, the co-founder of Triton Poker, died unexpectedly from natural causes on Saturday, September 17, 2022.
Ivan reached the final table 12 times and won tournaments in Jeju and Sochi. Another six-figure payday came from him when he won the €100k High Roller Event at WSOPE Europe 2018 (€1,251,455), or when he won the Triton High Roller for $1.4 and $1.1 million, respectively.
With $2,460,000, he finished second in the Super High Roller Bowl Europe behind Wiktor Malinowski. The Merit Diamond Royal Cyprus was supposed to be the grand finale of the Triton Poker Series. In announcing Ivan Leow’s death, his close friend said;
“Furthermore, Ivan Leow and I had our first encounter in Macau, which was very pleasant. He usually had a smile on his face and was kind to everyone. His absence will be felt deeply. Peace be with you, dear friend.
All Triton Cyprus events that were still scheduled to take place between September 5 and September 19 have been canceled to give everyone there the possibility to “say goodbye to his departure together.”
Ivan Leow Cause Of Death
What is Ivan Leow Cause Of Death? The cause of Ivan Leow Death is natural as he died at the age of 39 on Saturday, September 17, 2022.
Ivan Leow age
How old is Ivan Leow? On November 26, 1982, the founding member of Triton was born making Ivan Leow at age 39 at the time he died.
Ivan Leow wife and children
Ivan Leow wife is called Betty Anne Burns. The couple was blessed with three children called Kristine Brubeck (Randy) of Painesville, Ohio, and David Leow (Cheryl) of Napoleon, Ohio. Ivan Leow also had grandchildren called Zachary Brubeck of Dallas, Texas, Marcus Brubeck (Leesa), and Nicholas Leow, great-granddaughter Ieyla Brubeck of Copley, Ohio, and siblings Faye, Winifred, and Kenneth survive.
Ivan Leow Net Worth at death
How much is Ivan Leow worth? The net worth of Ivan Leow is estimated to be $1 million. Before his death, he took part in the $50,000 Short Deck Event. Because the poker industry has been seriously harmed, playing is currently out of the question.