Wednesday, 30 January 2013
Yesterday saw the likes of Sam Trickett, Patrik Antonius and Joe Hachem all advance through to the official second day of the Aussie Millions Main Event.
The trio of world-class players made up a field of 269 players for the final starting session. Indeed, their presence helped take the overall total for this year’s $10,000 event to 629, meaning the prize awaiting the last surviving player will be $1,600,000. While Hachem and Trickett made it through the day safely, it was Antonius who thrived, bagging 204,800 chips and finishing the day as chip leader. Day 2 is currently underway and at the time of writing Patrik Antonius is still close to the front of the pack with 265,000 chips, but leading the way with a stack of 450,000 is Man Hei Lam. Keep up to date with all the news from the poker world by following us on Twitter and Facebook.
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