2014 Aussie Millions schedule revealed

Posted by Steve Ruddock on Aug 06, 2013 Posted in Aussie Poker News, Tournament News | No Comments »

aussie millionsThe 2014 Aussie Millions schedule was revealed by the Crown Casino on Tuesday with a few interesting changes (with everything from moves to additions and subtractions) from last year’s schedule.

The biggest change is the paring down of the schedule as a whole, which will see the 28 events held in 2013 slashed to just 20 in 2014. A number of tournaments struggled to pull in players over the past few years, and it seems that the Aussie Millions has decided to keep only the popular tournaments on the schedule.

Another big change has to do with the High-Roller events, specifically, when the $100k Challenge and $250k Challenge tournaments are held. Typically the $100k event takes place during Day 1a of the Main Event (which allowed players to play Day 1b or Day 1c and still participate in both tournaments), however, this year the Aussie Millions will wait until Day 4 of the Main Event to run the $100k Challenge, which will theoretically be when the field is whittled down to just a couple dozen players. Furthermore, the $250k will wait until the Main Event concludes before starting, giving every player the chance to play, which is extremely important in a tournament that draws less than 20 people –in 2013 several Main Event final table participants would have likely played in the $250k Challenge without the scheduling conflict.

Here is a look at the complete 2014 Aussie Millions schedule:

 

Date

Event

Buy-In (AU$)
Thurs, Jan. 23

(1) No-Limit Hold’em Day 1a

$1,100
Fri, Jan. 24

(1) No-Limit Hold’em Day 1b

$1,100
Sat, Jan. 25

(1) No-Limit Hold’em Day 1c

$1,100
 Sun, Jan. 26

(2) No-Limit Hold’em / Pot-Limit Omaha

$1,100
Mon, Jan. 27

(3) No-Limit Hold’em Shootout

$1,100
Tues, Jan. 28

(4) No-Limit Hold’em Six Max

$1,100
Wed, Jan. 29

(5) Pot-Limit Omaha

$1,100
Thurs, Jan. 30

(6) No-Limit Hold’em Accumulator Day 1a

$1,100
Fri, Jan. 31

(6) No-Limit Hold’em Accumulator Day 1b

$1,100
Sun, Feb. 2

(7) No-Limit Hold’em Bounty

$1,650
 

(8) Main Event Day 1a

$10,600
 

(9) $25,000 Challenge Day 1

$25,000
Mon, Feb. 3

(8) Main Event Day 1b

$10,600
 

(10) No-Limit Hold’em Mix Max

$1,100
Tues, Feb. 4

(8) Main Event Day 1c

$10,600
 

(11) Terminator No-Limit Hold’em

$1,100
 Wed, Feb. 5

(12) The Mervin Chan Classic No-Limit Hold’em

$1,100
 

(13) 8-Game Mixed

$2,500
Thur, Feb. 6 

(14) Pot-Limit Omaha

$2,500
Fri, Feb. 7 

(15) Shot Clock No-Limit Hold’em Six Max

$2,500
 

(16) $100,000 Challenge Day 1

$100,000
 

(17) H.O.R.S.E.

$2,500
Sat, Feb. 8

(18) Australia Poker Hall of Fame Classic

$1,100
 

(19) No-Limit Hold’em Six Max

$5,000
 Sun, Feb. 9

(20) $250,000 Challenge Day 1

$250,000

 



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