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2010 Aussie Millions
2010 Aussie Millions
As everyone knows, The Punta Cana Classic is shaping up to be one of this year’s biggest poker tournaments with DoylesRoom.com, Bookmaker.com and Cake Poker all offering satellites as part of their online poker promotions package during the month of October. More exciting is that Gambling911.com and its esteemed Senior International Correspondent, Jenny Woo, will be on hand to cover this massive event. Many celebrities and poker pros are expected to be on hand.
Gambling911.com's Man Down Under, Greg Tingle, has all the latest news on the Aussie Millions Champion, James Packer and Australia's election odds.
Aussie Millions Champion Crowned
The 2010 Aussie Millions Main Event has a champion. Tyron Krost is keeping the title in Australia for the second straight year. The 23-year-old battled 746 players over five days to take the title home to Sydney, along with the $2 million AUD first-place prize.
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The 2010 Aussie Millions winner has been crowned and it is Sydney's own Tyron Krost. 746 players vied for the title at this year's coveted event.
A report in the Capitol Weekly newspaper of California discusses how the state Indian tribes are very anxious to legalize Internet poker.
It seemed like just yesterday that we here at Gambling911.com were talking about how Danish poker pro Gus Hansen was
The youngest person to ever win a World Series of Poker championship and the first to receive a World Series of Poker Europe main event win, Annette Obrestad, is doing quite well at the Aussie Mill
2010 Aussie Millions packages, which can be won for as low as $4.40, include $10,500 Main Event buy-in, 10-night stay at Crown Promenade, $1,500 for travel, invite to two Aussie Millions parties, a
WSOP.com presents a look at each of the nine finalists at this year’s World Series of Poker Main Event.
Shane Faulk dominated the final table at Heartland Poker Tour's (HPT) 200th event Monday at Golden Gates Casino & Poker Parlour to capture the title, bracelet, and $132,262.