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Poker news tagged with '000 challenge'

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feb
11

Aussie Millions: Phil Ivey Wins the $250,000 Challenge ($4,000,000)

Tags: $250, 000 challenge, Aussie Millions, Isaac Haxton, Phil Ivey
Posted on 11 February 2014 by "T".

The Aussie Millions AU$250,000 Challenge attracted 46 entries this year. Phil Ivey was one of the players who fired only one $250k bullet and he made it to Day 2 with 622k chips (7th place). He then made it to the eigh-handed final table with the second smallest stack (976k), but he played very well and (after several hours of play) made it to heads-up against Isaac Haxton (PokerStars Team Online). 

Read more » Aussie Millions: Phil Ivey Wins the $250,000 Challenge ($4,000,000)

feb
7

Rui Cao and Patrik Antonius's $1,000,000 Challenge

Tags: $1, 000, 000 challenge, full tilt poker, patrik antonius, patrik antonius, rui cao
Posted on 07 February 2013 by "T".

After the Finnish poker pro Patrik Antonius had swept Rui Cao (France) clean in a Triple Draw match last Friday at Full Tilt Poker, Cao suggested that the two should start a $1 million challenge consisting of pot-limit Omaha ($350k match), no-limit hold'em ($350k) and 2-7 triple draw ($300k).

On Wednesday, the challenge kicked off at a $1,500/$3,000 2-7 Triple Draw table at Full Tilt Poker. Cao won $15k in the very first hand of the match and remained in front through out the match. In fact, it only took about 3 hours and 350 hands for him to take $300,000 from Antonius.

There is still no information on when the second match will be played. Let's hope that it won't take too long!

source: highstakesdb

feb
1

Aussie Millions: Sam Trickett Wins The $250,000 Challenge (AU$2,000,000)

Tags: $250, 000 challenge, aussie millions, high roller, sam trickett, Tobias Reinkemeier
Posted on 01 February 2013 by "T".

Congratulations to Sam Trickett, 26, winner of the LK Jewellery $250,00 Challenge of Aussie Millions. The tournament saw 18 entries (buy-in $250,000) and 4 players received a share of the AU$4,500,000 prize pool.

Read more » Aussie Millions: Sam Trickett Wins The $250,000 Challenge (AU$2,000,000)

feb
1

Aussie Millions: 5 Remaining Players in The $250k Challenge. Sam Tricket Leads!

Tags: $250, 000 challenge, aussie millions, sam trickett, Tobias Reinkemeier
Posted on 01 February 2013 by "T".

Friday is an action-packed and thrilling day of live poker. Patrik Antonius leads the Aussie Millions main event with only 13 remaining players and Sam Trickett is currently leading the $250,000 buy-in tournament.

Trickett leads the final 5 with almost 2 million chips - about double the stack of Tobias Reinkemeier in second place. The tournament attracted 18 entries, which means that there are some nice cash prizes up for grabs! Just another player needs to be eliminated before everyone's guaranteed a minimum payday of $500,000 (AUD) - with the chance of laying hands on $2,000,000 (AUD)!!

jan
29

2013 Aussie Millions: Andrew Robl Wins The $100,000 Challenge!

Tags: 000 Challenge, 2013 Aussie Millions $100, australia, high roller, Igor Kurganov
Posted on 29 January 2013 by "T".

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.

Payouts 2013 Aussie Millions $100,000 Challenge
1) Andrew Robl, $1 000 000
2) Igor Kurganov, $610 000
3) Masa Kagawa, $320 000
4) Dan Shak, $237 000

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!


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