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Aussie Millions Main event: Patrik Antonius is ready for the final table

Tags: 2011 aussie millions main event, full tilt, patrik antonius, randy dorfman.
Posted on 28 January 2011 by "T".

The 2011 Aussie Millions Main Event is down to a final table after 6 days of play. In the lead is Randy Dorfman with almost 3.9 million chips. Yes, Dorfman, who lead the field after Day 2, has regained the lead and he's definitely the big favorite to take down the tournament if he continues playing as good as during Day 4. Someone that will get a lot of attention on the final table is the Finnish Full Tilt Pro Patrik Antonius. Antonius will bring 1.3 million chips to the final table and he's definitely the one of the 8 finalists who has the most experience to play televised final tables where lots of money is up for grabs.

Ladies and gentlemen, we have a really interesting final table ahead of us. All the finalists are guaranteed at least 130k AUD each and the winner will get stunning 2,000,000 AUD.


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5 comments on "Aussie Millions Main event: Patrik Antonius is ready for the final table"

 MrSpades1228/01/2011 20:04:30 GMT
I think Antonius can take it with his super agresive style and abilaty to read players
 ViaNegativa29/01/2011 01:08:44 GMT
hopefully Patrik win
 mazas01/02/2011 11:00:52 GMT
no poker stars players at the finale table strange ? yes but they loosing them positions
good luck all and have fun
 Fakiry01/02/2011 14:32:43 GMT
He ended up with the worst prize but, never the less, it was money, 130k. I think he was hoping to get more, being the most known player at the table.
 kinogomes01/02/2011 14:36:56 GMT
Beinjg the most reputated player in the table sometimes doesnt help. He was for sure the target to put down by everybody because he was most known of them.

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