Day 1c of the 2015 Aussie Millions AU$10,600 Main Event drew a field of 356 players, which means that the total field of this year is 642 (26 less than last year). However, registration is open until Day 2 so the final number will be announced in tomorrow's update here on Bankrollmob.
Approximately 150 players made it through Day 1c and Alex Antonios, the winner of the 2014 WSOP APAC $2,200 Six-M[...] Read more » 2015 Aussie Millons: All Starting Days Completed
Joined: May '13
Age: 27 (M)
Wow poker is in full swing now, January already had a lot of poker tournaments and some good one too, so hopefully we hear some new blood coming up in the poker world! Well every year there is some but then they fade and so on, anyway keep those news coming always good to keep in touch with the poker world though i am not playing for the moment and so on, anyway have fun peace out and good luck at the tables!
Joined: Mar '12
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 40 (F)
I was surprised to see that the field is down on last year after reading a lot of positive stories about the Aussie millions in recent years.Good to see top players such as Ivey and Schemion are playing and Dan Smith seems to do well in Australia.
Joined: Apr '09
Age: 39 (M)
Small fish is already at home, now the circle is becoming each time smaller and only the best will last. But not the best players, don't confuse, who keeps playing are those who plays the best played hands (it doesn't have to be AA, it can be 72 pre-flop with a big beg and lots of bluff to scare away opponents). It's better to put the glasses against some of those who remain at the tables, just an advice.
If registration open throughout day 2 then I guess after day 1a, 1b and 1c the starting days aren't fully completed. I am not nitpicking on semantics, but why call them starting days if anybody could join up after three days already were played through? Many player probably liking this way so the prizepool just growing and growing, but they are stll barely left the starting line.