Event #1: $1,150 No-Limit Hold'em
Dias:

Event Info

Buy-in 1,025 AUD
Premiação 1,353,000 AUD
Players 1320

Informações do Nível

Nível 31
Blinds 80,000 / 160,000
Ante 20,000

Highlights

Highlights

Thomas Remains Active

[user38873] • Nível 23: 15,000-30,000, 5,000 ante

Alexandre Thomas faced the open-raise of Louis Salter for 65,000 and clicked it to 115,000 out of the small blind. Salter made the call and saw the heads-up flop of {7-Spades}{3-Hearts}{5-Diamonds}. Thomas continued for 125,000 and Salter called before the Aussie instantly moved all in when the {4-Hearts} appeared on the turn. Salter sighed and let go to slip below one million in chips.

Alexandre Thomas AU
Alexandre Thomas
AU 1,100,000 365,000
Louis Salter gb
Louis Salter
gb 850,000 -450,000

Tags: Alexandre ThomasLouis Salter

Four-Bet Shove from Aydogan

[user38873] • Nível 23: 15,000-30,000, 5,000 ante

Matthew Wakeman opened to 65,000 and Aditya Rao three-bet to 135,000 from the cutoff. On the button, Tatjana Zizic gave her table neighbor a staredown but eventually folded whereas Sinan Aydogan moved all in for another 635,000 on top. Wakeman quickly folded and Rao did so as well after getting the count.

Aditya Rao AU
Aditya Rao
AU 1,100,000 -298,000
Sinan Aydogan AU
Sinan Aydogan
AU 1,100,000 194,000

Tags: Aditya RaoMatthew WakemanSinan AydoganTatjana Zizic

Zizic Races For It All

MartyDerby • Nível 23: 15,000-30,000, 5,000 ante
Tatjana Zizic
Tatjana Zizic

Tatjana Zizic shoved her last 175,000 in the middle over a min-raise from Stephen Koutsouvelis on the button.

Koutsouvelis made the call with the {4-Clubs}{4-Diamonds} and Zizic was racing for her tournament life with the {a-Diamonds}{q-Clubs}.

The {q-Hearts}{7-Clubs}{6-Spades} flop gave her the lead, but things got sweaty on the {5-Diamonds} turn. The {q-Diamonds} river ensured Zizic the double and drew the two about even in chips, still near the bottom of the list.

Tatjana Zizic nz
Tatjana Zizic
nz 410,000 139,000
Stephen Koutsouvelis AU
Stephen Koutsouvelis
AU 410,000 -176,000

Tags: Stephen KoutsouvelisTatjana Zizic

All In Festival on Table 8

[user38873] • Nível 23: 15,000-30,000, 5,000 ante

Michael Seymour has already moved all in four times without getting called, but also went through the blinds. Daniel Neilson was down to as low as 155,000 when he moved in the first time and took it down. The next two hands saw another successful shove by Neilson.

And Kim Au took the blinds three times with raises.

Kim Au AU
Kim Au
AU 550,000 207,000
Michael Seymour au
Michael Seymour
au 480,000 65,000
Daniel Neilson au
Daniel Neilson
au 375,000 77,000

Tags: Daniel NeilsonKim AuMichael Seymour

Kings for Thomas

[user38873] • Nível 23: 15,000-30,000, 5,000 ante

In the first few hands, there were three all ins but neither one found a call. Then, Ferenc Riech opened to 65,000 for the second time in a row and Alexandre Thomas three-bet to 130,000 from one seat over. Riech called and checked the flop {J-Diamonds}{K-Diamonds}{6-Hearts}. Thomas led for 130,000 and Riech quickly folded, then got greeted by the Perth-based Thomas with {K-Hearts}{K-Clubs}.

Ferenc Riech DE
Ferenc Riech
DE 900,000 -101,000
Alexandre Thomas AU
Alexandre Thomas
AU 735,000 214,000

Tags: Alexandre ThomasFerenc Riech

Nível:
23
Blinds:
15,000/30,000
Ante:
5,000

Welcome to Day 3 of the 2016 Aussie Millions Opening Event

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Who Will be Crowned Champion?
Who Will be Crowned Champion?

The third and final day of the A$1,150 Opening Event of the 2016 Aussie Million Poker Championship gets underway in half an hour from now at 12.30 p.m. local time in the poker room of the Crown Entertainment Complex in Melbourne. The biggest casino in the southern hemisphere saw a stunning field of 1,320 entries throughout four starting flights and yesterday's second tournament day reduced the hopefuls to only 17.

Leading the field is Canadian poker pro Sean Giesbrecht with 1,690,000 followed by American Jacob Elmore Dahl with 1,449,000. Aditya Rao completes the overnight podium with a stack of 1,398,000 and another two players crossed one million in chips: Louis Salter (1,300,000) and Day 2 chip leader Ferenc Riech (1,001,000).

The remaining field mostly consists of players from Australia such as Kevin Blackwood (935,000), Matthew Wakeman (706,000), Alexandre Thomas (521,000) and Daniel Neilson (298,000). Tatjana Zizic (271,000) is the last woman remaining and starts under immediate pressure with returning blinds of 15,000-30,000 and a running ante of 5,000 for level 23.

The PokerNews live reporting team will be on hand until a winner is crowned, all remaining contenders are guaranteed at least A$10,145 for their efforts whereas all eyes are set on the first-place payout of A$275,300 and the LK Boutique winner ring.

Tags: Aditya RaoAlexandre ThomasAussie MillionsDaniel NeilsonFerenc RiechJacob Elmore DahlKevin BlackwoodLouis SalterMatthew WakemanMelbourneSean GiesbrechtTatjana Zizic

Day 3 Seat Draw

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TableSeatPlayerNationalityChip Count
81Michael SeymourAustralia415,000
82Jacob Elmore DahlUSA1,449,000
83Kim AuAustralia343,000
84Ferenc RiechGermany1,001,000
85Alexandre ThomasAustralia521,000
86Kevin BlackwoodAustralia935,000
87Louis SalterUnited Kingdom1,300,000
88Daniel NeilsonAustralia298,000
     
101Sean GiesbrechtCanada1,690,000
102Phachara WongwichitAustralia465,000
103Matthew WakemanAustralia706,000
104Eric ThiessenBelgium567,000
105Stephen KoutsouvelisAustralia586,000
106Aditya RaoAustralia1,398,000
107Tatjana ZizicSerbia271,000
108Sinan AydoganAustralia906,000
109Patrick FletcherAustralia418,000
Event #1: $1,150 No-Limit Hold'em
Dia 3 Começado