Friday, 29 January 2010
Over 200 players began Day 2, the fourth day of play, in the Aussie Millions $10,500 AUD main event. Of them, only 83 remain to take their shot at winning the $2,000,000 AUD first-place prize.
Among the top contenders are $100,000 Challenge winner Dan Shak, 2007 Aussie Millions winner Gus Hansen and Betfair pro Sorel “Imper1um” Mizzi. They can’t touch chip leader David Frieling though, who boasted over half a million checks at the end of play. A lot of the big names made runs in the day but were shot down and sent to the rail before the final level. James Akenhead, Mark Vos, Dan Harrington and home favourite, 2005 WSOP Main Event winner Joe Hachem were all hitting the metaphorical showers early. Join us tomorrow for future coverage of this huge tournament, with a $7,460,000 prize pool and a $2,000,000 first-place prize.
Juicy Stakes has just launched a range of new online poker tournaments and is celebrating by offering a limited-time 50% re-load deposit bonus worth up to $100.
Intertops Poker and Juicy Stakes are offering online poker players the chance to take part in the main event at the upcoming St Maarten stop of the TK Poker Tour for as little as $1.10.
The Winter Poker Championship Seefeld 2017 is set to kick off from February 16 and one lucky online poker player will be taking part after winning a prize package worth $4,000 into the Austrian extravaganza’s main event at Intertops Poker on Sunday.
The Winter Poker Championship Seefeld 2017 is set to run from February 16 to February 26 and online poker players are being offered the chance to win a prize package into the Austrian tournament series’ main event for as little as $3.30.
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