Aussie Millions in the News — Weekly Round-up for January 25, 2019

Aussie Millions 2019 Well Underway

Main event first prize estimated at A$1.8 million

The Aussie Millions 2019 poker tournament is well underway at the Crowne Melbourne in Australia.

The tournament, which runs from January 15 to February 4, 2019, boasts “the biggest prize pool in the southern hemisphere” with the main event first prize estimated at A$1.8 million.

In latest results, American Justin Liberto took down Event 3: Shot Clock Shootout for a first prize of A$36,220.

Daniel Mayoh won Event 2: A$2,500 H.O.R.S.E. for his first Aussie Millions title and a prize of A$20,929 following a three way chop with Srdjan Brkic and Timothy Marsters.

Australian poker pro Muhammad Asad won Event 1: A$1,150 opening event for a first prize of A$219,980 following a three-way split with Jason Prichard and Matt Edwards.

The main event will be streamed live on Twitch from February 1, 2019.

The full schedule can be accessed here:

Latest Aussie Millions Results (Update)

Events 4, 5 and 6 played out

Paul Hockin emerged victorious in the Aussie Millions 2019 Event 4: Pot Limit Omaha, outplaying 288 entrants and ultimately defeating Dylan Kii in heads up play for a first prize of A$70,115.

Canadian poker pro Ari Engel took the first prize of A$71,900 in Event 5: No Limit Holdem – Mix Max after defeating New Zealander Charlton Hawes.

Englishman Bart Lybaert rose above 544 field entries to pocket an A$124,355 first prize after taking Travis Endersby down in Event 6: No Limit Holdem Six Max.