On Monday, the first of two Aussie Million High Roller tournaments concluded. A total of 21 players signed up for the tournament which had a buy-in of $100,000, and only 1 player, Andrew Robl, decided to use his re-entry. At the end of the day, Andrew Robl spent his $200k well since he ended up taking down the whole tournament after defeating Russian poker pro Igor Kurganov heads-up.
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Joined: Nov '11
Age: 32 (M)
The second High Roller tournament will kick off on Thursday. It will have an even greater prize pool because the buy-in will be $250,000! Stay tuned!<<<<< if i play i think 1 usd or 2 usd tourneys they think 100k--200k .... rebuy another 100k ummm when only top 3 get more with 4th place even kinda seems like bad idea to me
Joined: Sep '12
Age: 24 (M)
Good day everyone The field of 21 for 100k was ok but there is an upcoming event for 250k !! i wonderhow many will players will play it .. my guess is around 10-15 players maximum !!... well andrew robl justified his rebuy ... his efforts paid off and won a million i think he will play the 250k event ...
Joined: Apr '09
Age: 37 (M)
Usually I talk bad about the option of re-entry or rebuying in a tourney, because that will put the player in disadvantage when comparing to the opponents. The re-entry will be spending double the money of the others and he will also be feeling the weight of that responsibility on his shoulders, as he will have an increased responsibility to win. It’s a bit like being loosing and keep playing to try to compensate the lost. Only players who deal very well with pressure should do this. Looks like Andrew Robl is this type of player!