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Aussie Millions Main Event: Phil Ivey closing in on the final table

Tags: aussie millions, high stakes, main event, phil ivey, Tim OShea.
Posted on 26 January 2012 by "T".

A total of 659 players signed up for the Aussie Millions Main Event and created a $6.59 million prize pool of which the winner gets $1.6 million. Today, after 4 days of play, 27 players have chips left and will return at 12:00 pm local time today and play Day 3.

Chip leader is Tim O'Shea with 1,370,000 chips, closely followed by Matthew Turk with 1,350,000. In third place is no one else than Phil Ivey. Yes, that's right! Phil Ivey is no longer only playing high stakes games in Macau. Phil will bring 1,240,000 to the poker tables today. He's defiantly one of the favorites to take home the tournament.

We will return with an update as soon as Day 3 comes to an end.


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7 comments on "Aussie Millions Main Event: Phil Ivey closing in on the final table"

 Chartoule26/01/2012 11:31:43 GMT
Sorry to go back to the same thing:

Mr Ivey I care very little how good is playing poker. While I have $ 8k in FTP immobilized for their stupid demands (among other things) you should not sit on a poker table if you have a minimum of shame

All my worst wishes to you.
 MrBokee26/01/2012 13:29:54 GMT
hahah.. its kinda ..wierd.. Blink I hope O'Shea will win that..
 Fakiry26/01/2012 15:15:44 GMT
Phil is so close from the chipleader. This will have a couple more hours of action but I would bet on Phil to take the lead in the final table and winning this. Hey, this gave me an idea: maybe BRM can think of creating a bet game like the football related one, but, instead, related with poker, like giving the chance to guess the winner of a tourney that involves big names, just a thought.
 Macubaas26/01/2012 17:33:04 GMT
Phil Ivey definately has big chances to take the first place on this event, it will be interesting to see...

I always want to separate the actions of Ivey from ftp and his poker skills.
 fathandsslei26/01/2012 20:13:09 GMT
they've had 4 days of play and are on day 3 hahaha
 kostat27/01/2012 03:08:54 GMT
its his tournament
 sirthomas27/01/2012 08:09:45 GMT
At fathandsslei. Day 1a b c + Day 2 - 4 days of play Smile

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