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Tag: aussie

2010 Aussie Millions Champion Tyron Krost!

An Australian has done it again! After an epic 13 hour final table, the $2 million Aussie Millions Championship prize for 2010 goes to PartyPoker Qualifier Tyron Krost.

2010 Aussie Millions: Team Jetten

Peter Jetten has quite the rowdy rail at the 2010 Aussie Millions Main Event Final Table, including his good friend Tom Dwan ordering bottle after bottle of Dom Pérignon.

2010 Aussie Millions: Annette Obrestad Day 4

Annette Obrestad is the last woman standing on Day 4 of the 2010 Aussie Millions Main Event and we're not far off the final table.

2010 Aussie Millions: Stephen Topakas Day 4

Crown Casino regular Stephen Topakas is lucky to still be alive on Day 4 of the 2010 Aussie Millions Main Event.

2010 Aussie Millions: Andrew Feldman

Who needs rest when there’s so much poker during the 2010 Aussie Millions? Andrew Feldman is chipping away at Day 2 of the Main Event, but also doing very well for himself in the cash games.

Albert Amato - 2009 Victorian Poker Championship Winner

Congratulations to the 2009 Victorian Poker Champion Albert Amato. It was looking like 2nd place finisher Kane Sherwell was going to take home the title with a 5:1 chip lead going into heads up play, but the poker gods chose otherwise.

Julian Cohen - Enough Time to Pack?

Julian Cohen has struck lucky with timing - he's in the final seven of the 2009 Victorian Poker Championship Main Event, with a nice pay day to take him on his trip to Europe tomorrow.

Kane Sherwell - Sitting Comfortably

Kane Sherwell decided to play his first ever live poker tournament when he entered a satellite for the 2009 Victorian Poker Championship Main Event. And now here he is, the dominating chip leader at the Final Table!

2009 Victorian Championships Final Table

The 2009 Victorian Poker Championship Main Event Final Table has arrived, with 10 of the original 342 players remaining. We have some familiar, and some fresh faces, and the $190k first place prize could be anyone's.

Kristian Lunardi - $1,650 Heads Up No Limit Holdem Winner

Kristian Lunardi is pretty happy with his past two days of the Vic Champs, with the schedule working around him and his fellow players in the NLH Heads Up event, of which he ended up taking the title, and a nice $22,000 with it.

New Zealand Dominates 2009 State of Origin

New Zealand was the newly adopted team for the 2009 Victorian Poker Championship State of Origin, and they certainly stamped their name all over it. The three NZ players on the final table managed to make the top three positions, taking every title available in the event!

State of Origin Final Table Preview

Lynn gives us a rundown on who made it to the final table of the 2009 Victorian Poker Championship's 'State of Origin' Event at Crown Casino. Unfortunately the big 'V' was let down, with no Victiorians making the cut.

Getting On Australian Poker Hero

Australian Poker Hero launches in October, bringing qualifiers from across the country the chance to compete for their share of the weekly $25,000 prize pool. And that could be you!

Bill Jordanou - $200k Challenge Winner

For a few hours work, walking away with $200k isn't so bad! Although in a winner-takes-all event it's hard not to make a deal when heads up play begins, especially when you're against one of the biggest online players around and last year's Vic Champs Main Event Champion - Jay "Seabeast" Kinkade.

Qualify For PokerNews Cup Melbourne 2009

The 2009 PokerNews Cup is just around the corner. We've put together plenty of ways for you to join us for it's third year at Crown Casino in Melbourne.

Sean Keeton - Not Quite the Same as the WSOP

Sean Keeton should be on a NLH Six-Handed high returning to his hometown from a fourth place finish in the same event at the WSOP. But his stack at the 2009 Vic Champs right now isn't showing as much...

Emad Tahtouh's Busy Schedule

Emad Tahtouh didn't get caught up in the WSOP fuss and kept his game on the home turf for Australia's winter. He didn't have much luck in the Vic Champs State of Origin last night, but he's enjoying his action-packed table today in the $1100 NLH Six Handed event.

Antonio Casale Staying Away From the Online Games

Antonio Casale could safely call the Crown Poker Room his second home, perhaps even his first? The camera shy Italian is feeling the grind in the 2009 Victorian Poker Championship $1100 NLH Six Handed event.

Tony Hachem is Mr ANZPT 2009

Lynn talks to Tony on break from the State of Origin event at the 2009 Victorian Poker Championship. Tony is proud to come fresh from ANZPT Queensland, where he landed his ANZPT player of the year title.

State Vs State - Mate Vs Mate

We chatted to each of the state team captains shortly before the 2009 State of Origin event at the Victorian Poker Championships. The players may be smiling and laughing, but don't let that fool you there's always a strong rivalry.

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