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Aussie Millions Main Event - Day 1b completed: Gavin Griffin finished in 10th place

Tags: aussie millions, chris furgeson, full tilt, gavin griffin, jeff sarwer, main event.
Posted on 25 January 2011 by "T".

Day 1b of the Aussie Millions Main Event is now in the books. In total 209 players have now made it to day 2. Only 3 Full Tilt Pros survived the day, Scott Montgomery (49,2k) - Chris Ferguson (45,4k) - Roland de Wolfe (26,1k), and will return to play Day 2 of the Main Event tomorrow. Two notable Day 1b survivors in the top of the field were Gavin Griffin (10th place - 101,700 chips) and the chess prodigy Jeff Sarwer (5th place - 120,500). However, the one who accumulated the most chips during the day was Jeff Rossiter - 154,900 chips.

The third and last starting day of the Main Event is running at the moment. We will return with an update as soon as the day has come to an end.

 


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4 comments for "Aussie Millions Main Event - Day 1b completed: Gavin Griffin finished in 10th place"

 Fakiry25/01/2011 16:16:57 GMT
In a first thought, chess has nothing to do with poker, but if we think better, it has a lot. You do your strategy and no one else than you knows your game before you do it. Like in chess, poker players can think about the plays they will do in the next three or four hands, before they come to the table. One can think of going all-in in TG+1 without watching the cards. How many have done so with profits? A lot. Good luc for the chess pro.

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In a first thought, chess has nothing to do with poker, but if we think better, it has a lot. You do your strategy and no one else than you knows your game before you do it. Like in chess, poker players can think about the plays they will do in the next three or four hands, before they come to the table. One can think of going all-in in TG+1 without watching the cards. How many have done so with profits? A lot. Good luc for the chess pro.
 ZmxPowah26/01/2011 06:40:39 GMT
He have pink hair? Big Smile
Do I really see pink hair rotfl.
That's always way to be orginal or gay Tongue
 sirmitch88826/01/2011 07:17:05 GMT
Posted by Fakiry:
In a first thought, chess has nothing to do with poker, but if we think better, it has a lot. You do your strategy and no one else than you knows your game before you do it. Like in chess, poker players can think about the plays they will do in the next three or four hands, before they come to the table. One can think of going all-in in TG+1 without watching the cards. How many have done so with profits? A lot. Good luc for the chess pro.

yes it is like chess in a way, but not all strategy like in chess, we also need kucks to be able to be a winner in poker unlike in chess pure strategy
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In a first thought, chess has nothing to do with poker, but if we think better, it has a lot. You do your strategy and no one else than you knows your game before you do it. Like in chess, poker players can think about the plays they will do in the next three or four hands, before they come to the table. One can think of going all-in in TG+1 without watching the cards. How many have done so with profits? A lot. Good luc for the chess pro.

 mazas27/01/2011 09:34:26 GMT
want to see finale table and hope it will be nice play and a about half off finale table will be really good known poker pros
good luck all

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