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In spite of a low turnout for hot shots at the 2018 Aussie Millions, the coordinators have included another $25k purchase in occasion to the calendar this time in the craft of Pot-Limit Omaha, and Dominik Nitsche has Sam Greenwood wetting his jeans. Seven years back, US Special Forces executed Osama Bin Laden, the United Nations announced that the total populace had broken the seven billion stamp, and Erik Seidel went on the warmer of the century, winning $6.5m in a schedule year without trading in for cold hard currency the World Series of Poker Main Event. 

Seidel's radiator started at the Aussie Millions where he beat a field of 20 contestants to win the AUD 250,000 Challenge for AUD 2,500,000 and completed 3/38 in the AUD 100,000 Challenge for AUD 625,000. Today, the present day legends win $6.5m in a solitary sitting, however in those days it was a major ordeal. More than some other occasion on poker's timetable, the Aussie Millions was where High Rollers turned up in their droves. Furthermore, it wasn't just Seidel who wiped up. Sam Trickett has won more than $5m playing at the Crown, and Phil Ivey possessed the gaff procuring near $8m. 

Seidel is as yet a noteworthy figure in the hot shot circuit. Ivey adheres to the Triton Poker Tour. Trickett has his MILLIONS responsibilities. Furthermore, a year ago, I thought the Aussie Millions High Rollers had breathed out for the last time after the AUD 50,000 Challenge pulled in just four participants, and the AUD 100,000 Challenge looked intriguing to only 19. The AUD 250,000 kicked the bucket. Rather, their offering has developed. It appears the Crown Melbourne have confidence in their hot shot crew. 

The Asia-Pacific's most wonderful poker devour returns Tue 15 January to Mon 4 February, with the AUD 10,300 Main Event starting on Sunday 27 January. The hosts have high trusts in the 2019 Main Event after Toby Lewis beat a record 800 contestants on his way to the AUD 1,458,198 first prize in 2018. The one extra occasion is an AUD 25,000 purchase in occasion for Pot-Limit Omaha sweethearts. The main other alteration to a year ago's calendar is the up front investment for Event #10 No-Limit Hold'em Bounty ascending to AUD 2,000, from AUD 1,650.

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