Aussie Millions Poker Event Scheduled—Make Plans Accordingly

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The Crown Casino in Melbourne announced the schedule for its major poker event, the Aussie Millions 2015. The poker championship will be held in the month of January and have 21 main events that will attract poker players of different calibres in Australia and around the world. The journey will come to an end on February 2, 2015.

The main event that gives away a grand prize of 1 million AUD will take place from January 25 through February 1. If you are as poker-savvy as the top players in the country, make your plans or adjust them to be at this awesome poker tournament that the Crown organizes each year.

Aussie Millions 2015

Join poker professionals in the biggest poker event in Oz

Aussie Millions poker event is one of the biggest poker tournaments in the world. The tournament draws a number of professional poker players from all corners of the country. It is also one of the most popular poker events in which a number of famous poker players partake in. If you have always wanted to play with the top competition, this is your chance.

This year’s tournament will again include the popular Challenge events. During the month, poker lovers can participate in their choice of No limit Holdem events, pot limit Omaha games, 8-game mixed events and more.

Events you should consider for big wins include:

  • $1,150 No Limit Holdem Event
  • $2,500 8-Game Mixed Event
  • $2,500 H.O.R.S.E event
  • $1,150 No Limit Accumulator event
  • $1,650 No Limit Holdem Bounty event
  • $2,500 Pot-Limit Omaha
  • $2,500 No Limit Holdem Shot-Clock Six-Max
  • $1,500 No-Limit Holdem “Deep Freeze” event

The big event—a chance to win millions

The main event of the Aussie Millions, which offers a prize of one million Australian dollars, will take place over a period of 10 days. The buy-in to this event is AU$10,600 and the prize money exceeds AUD 1 million. The Challenge events offer cash prizes worth $25,000, 100,000 and $250,000.

Last year’s Aussie Millions winner Ami Barer surpassed more than 600 payers to take home $1.6 million. The $25,000 challenge was won by Max Altergott, while Yevgeniy Timoshenko won the $1 million event. Famous poker player Phil Ivey, known for his connection with Full Tilt, won the boutique 250,000 AUD prize, defeating more than 45 players.