Final Table Set at Aussie Millions Poker Tournament

Posted by KevinG on Jan 29, 2011 Posted in Aussie Poker News, Live Poker News, Tournament News | No Comments »

aussie millionsAfter four grueling days of play the final table for the 2011 Aussie Millions Main Event is set, and while the remaining players are looking up at chip-leader Randy Dorfman and his mammoth 3,895,000 chip-stack –nearly ¼ of all the chips in play—lurking further down the leader-board are two players not to be trifled with: Full Tilt Poker pro Patrik Antonius and Brunson 10 member Chris “moorman1” Moorman.

Despite the big names that will be participating in the Final Table on Saturday a number of top poker pros were eliminated on Day 4, just shy of the final table including, Mark Vos (18th), Tobias Reinkemeir (17th), Randy “nanonoko” Lew (10th), and Sorel Mizzi (9th).

Here is a look at the chip counts of the 8 remaining players in the Aussie Millions Championship:

  1. Randy Dorfman — 3,895,000
  2. James Keys — 2,395,000
  3. David Gorr — 2,370,000
  4. Samad Razavi — 1,360,000
  5. Patrik Antonius — 1,300,000
  6. Jeff Rossiter — 1,235,000
  7. Michael Ryan — 960,000
  8. Chris Moorman — 955,000

The payouts for the tournament will see the 8th place finisher pocket $130,000 and prizes escalate from there, with the winner of the tournament will walk away with the massive $2 million first-prize, while the runner-up will have to settle for just over $1 million.

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