Jens Lakemeier of Germany is leading with 175,000 chips at 2016 Aussie Million main event. Total number of entrants to this particular championship collectively becomes 722 out of which 180 entrants on Day 1 A, 207 players played on Day 1 b and 335 entries on day 1 C. This simply makes the prestigious tournament a hugh success. German Jens Lakemeier concluded his game being at top along with total chip counts to 175,000 on day 1 b of the tournament.
Followed By him Michael Wang of Australia had 165,000 chips along with him on day 1 b and secured his seat to the final day of the game.
Other players made themselves through to the third and final day of the game are James Broom from Australia (150,500), Dietrich Fast of Germany (142,600 and pokerstars qualifier), Michael Levy of Australia (137,000), James Mordue(132,000),Daniel Braun(124,300),Samantha Abernathy of United States (122,700) and Christian Weichhart of Germany headed to the next day of the game with having 121,900 chips.
Out of 335 entrants at Day 1 C, 190 players survived and are in the business to claim the biggest/largest poker event of Australia i.e. 2016 Aussie Million main event.
International poker players like John Juanda, Phil Ivey and Steve O’Dwyer of Ireland got busted and never returned to the game, whereas Jason Mercier and Erick seidel were able to make their step forward for the next or final day of the tournament.
Day 1 c Chip Counts also contains players like Paawan Bansal of India (102,300) and a pokerstars qualifier from Austria Maximilian Lehmanski(100,600).
Now the final table of the game will be played among survivors of Day 1 a, 1 B and 1 C (190) and the game will began on its scheduled time i.e. 12:30pm Local time. We shall update you every details and about the winner of 2016 Aussie Million.