Robert Raymond of Australia wins the event#1 of the prestigious Aussie Million and pocketed an amount of AUD$320,830 as first prize. The event received 1,565 entries from players of around the world. The first event of the tournament attracted 1,320 players last year in 2016.
The field was open for 16 top remaining players after most of the players were busted from the game. It means every player will have a chance to receive $11,230 on the final day of the game.
The first player who got eliminated on the final day was a player from Norway named Espen Solaas. He busted to 16th place.
Players continue to get eliminated until top seven players remained I business. They all were championons and were eyeing ath the title of the tournament.
The first player of final table eliminated was an Australian Samir Khoueis, who made AUD$35,290 from the tournament before busted to seventh place.
New Zealand’s Jack Efaraimo was the next man to hit the rail for a total winning share of amount $41,705. He booked for sixth place.
British Manis Loeser was at fifth position and made $57,750 from the event#1 of 2017 Aussie Million, while two Australian player got busted from final table back to back and they were Alexander Lynskey(AUD$85,180) and Michael Addamo(AUD$117,910).
The heads-up of the game took place among top two players known as Robert Raymond of melburne, Australia and Qiang Fu of New Zealand.
Raymond dominated the match till the end of the game and became the winninr of this championship for a total $320,830, while Fu collected $198,115 being the runner-up of the match.
2017 Aussie Million started on its scheduled time. More updates will be provided to you in days to come. Check out real poker online for all related poker news of the world’s biggest championships.