2012 Aussie Millions Poker Series Begins

This entry was posted on Tuesday, January 17th, 2012 at 12:04 pm
Aussie Millions

Aussie Millions

The 2012 Aussie Millions Poker Championship, currently celebrating its 10th anniversary, is taking place at the Crown Casino in Melbourne, Australia. The series encompasses 26 separate events, including the prestigious AUD$10,600 No Limit Holdem Main Event. Team Titan’s Sam Trickett and Marvin Rettenmaier are in Australia ready to take their seats.

Last year, Sam enjoyed huge success at the Aussie Millions. He won the AUD$100,000 Challenge for a prize of AUD$1,525,000 and followed that up days later with a second place finish in the AUD$250,000 Super High Roller for a prize of AUD$1,400,000. Will he be able to repeat his success this year?

Each year Titan Poker stages satellite tournaments awarding winning players with seats to the Aussie Millions Main Event. In addition, the professional poker players of Team Titan make annual appearances at the Australian tournaments. In 2010, Canadian Sorel Mizzi finished in 3rd place in the Main Event, and he went on to become Team Titan’s captain. In 2011, Sorel again made the Main Event final table and finished in 9th place.

The 2012 Australian poker championship series kicked off on January 12th with a $1,000 + $100 No Limit Hold’em event that was won by Australian Brendon Rubie. A total of 946 players participated in the event and Rubie took home the first prize of AUD$200,000 as well as an Aussie Millions gold ring.

In celebration of the Aussie Millions’ 10th anniversary, a special Tournament of Champions will be held on January 21st, the day before the Main Event begins. Eight previous Main Event winners will compete for a lifetime of buy-ins to the Aussie Millions Main Event, a so-called “golden ticket.” The eight previous champions who will compete will be Peter Costa (2003), Tony Bloom (2004), Jamil Dia (2005), Lee Nelson (2006), Gus Hansen (2007), Stewart Scott (2009), Tyron Krost (2010), and David Gorr (2011).




  • Dalva

    and even if the flop comes out 3 hearts, and they check there cards oioubvsly because they don’t remember if they had a heart, that tells you nothing about whether they have one or not, just that they aren’t good at remembering. they’re still just as likely as they were before they looked at their cards to have a flush, be on a flush draw, or have no flush draw at all