With Event 13 in the books and the Main Event’s final table taking place now, the Aussie Millions is nearing its completion. I finished last week’s entry with the results of Event 9, so we’ll jump right in and keep on going with Event 10.
Event 10 took place over two days, featuring a rotation of Pot Limit togel , Omaha, and Omaha Hi-Lo. The event attracted 114 entrants for a buy-in of 2,200 AUD each, creating a prize pool of 228,000 AUD. Day one ended with only 13 players remaining, Dag Martin Mekkelsen with the chiplead. Josh “JJProdigy” Field, well known to followers of online poker, finished day one with a healthy 4th place stack, but he couldn’t take it down on day two and ended up in 5th place. Mekkelsen couldn’t hold on to his chiplead and fell to a 3rd place finish, and ‘young gun’ Miachel Pesek triumphed over David “Gunslinger” Bach heads-up to win first prize. Pesek took home 79,800 AUD and Bach received his consolation prize of 45,000 AUD.
Event #10 results:
1) Michael Pesek (79,800 AUD)
2) David Bach (45,600 AUD)
3) Dag Martin Mikkelsen (27,360 AUD)
4) Roy Winston (22,800 AUD)
5) Josh “JJProdigy” Field (18,240 AUD)
6) JJ Hazan (13,680 AUD)
7) Jamie Pickering (9,120 AUD)
8 ) Jeff Brown (6,840 AUD)
9) Mick “The Hoon” Stanton (4,560 AUD)
Next one the list was Event 11, the 1,050 AUD PokerPro No Limit Holdem tournament. This unique event had no dealer and no chips. Instead, players sat a tables of 10, each having their own touch screen computer. A large screen in the middle of the table showed everyone’s stacks, the pot size, and community cards. When it was a particular player’s turn to act, he used his personal computer screen …