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2009 Aussie Millions Update JAN 21st

[ Posted January 21st, 2009 ] by contract

2009 Aussie Millions UpdatesSo the Main Event at the 2009 Aussie Millions is well and truly into the day 2 and All Aussie Poker is giving you the updates of the action.

681 players joined the list all in search of the $2,000,000 AUD first prize payday. At the moment we are late into day 2 and there are only 107 players left in the hunt, with only 64 players reaching the money we still have another 43 left til the bubble bursts.

One the interesting things to note, out of the 3 women players remaining, Annica Ivert and Annette Obrestad are leading the tournament in 1st place and 2nd place respectively. The Aussies are craving their first local hero of the event, but could it be another first… with a women taking the event down?

Out of the remaining players, there are still some big names with healthy chips stacks.
With the blinds currently at 1000/2000 with 300 ante here are some key players stack sizes:

Patrik Antonuis sits well with 379,000 after building his already big stack from 130,000 on day 1.

2007 Sydney APPT Winner Grant Levy still in the race with 106,000

Clonie Gowen        - 156,000
Raymond Rahme –  130,000
Kelly Kim                 – 275,000

The only 2 World Champions in the event are Scotty Nguyen 75,000 and Aussie Joe Hachem 43,000. Both will need to find something early day 3 if they want to add this title to their already impressive resume.

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Aussie legend and former World Champion boxer Jeff Fenech sits healthy with 180,000

 

EVENT #10 $5,300 Heads Up Championship is also underway with 32 starting players we are down to the last 4, who are all garaunteed $40,000 AUD.

David Gant vs Michael Pesek (scores locked at 1-1)
Jason Gray vs John Tabatabai

The final payouts for this event are as follows:

Place Prize Player
1 $100,000 AUD  
2 $60,000 AUD  
3 $40,000 AUD  
4 $40,000 AUD  
5 $20,000 AUD  
6 $20,000 AUD  
7 $20,000 AUD Graeme ‘Kiwi’ Putt
8 $20,000 AUD Stefan Jedlicka

 

EVENT #11 $1,100 Pot Limit Omaha is also underway with 20 left from 120 starting players. Players will start to itch a little as they near the cash and final table bubble which pays the top 9 finishers.

Live current Chip counts are:

Place Player Chip Count
1 Dave Callaghan 75,000
2 Antonio Paino 60,000
3 Sandra Propper 60,000
4 Nino Ascenzio 56,000
5 Sean Dunwoodie 40,000
6 Gursel Ali 38,000
7 Rainer Quel 36,000
8 Nathan Snow 35,000
9 Rene Freymann 31,000
10 Lee Nelson 28,000
11 Robert Collina 28,000
12 David Bach 27,900
13 Peter Aristidou 27,000
14 Craig Bergeron 26,000
15 Luke Lictenstien 26,000
16 Kenny Ng 21,000
17 David Morton 20,000
18 Kevin Khouiss 20,000
19 Van Marcus 9,500
20 Quinn Do 7,500

Payouts are:

 1 – $32,400 AUD  
 2 – $24,600 AUD 
 3 - $19,200 AUD 
 4 - $14,400 AUD
 5 - $10,800 AUD
 6 - $7,200 AUD 
 7 - $5,400 AUD 
 8 - $3,600 AUD
 9 –  $2,400 AUD

Be sure to check back with All Aussie Poker as these events come to a close and we get you all the 2009 Aussie Millions updates.

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