Local Pro Wins Aussie Millions Event

Bridges Roe enjoys a A$160,725 pay day in Melbourne

In the latest Aussie Millions event – the A$1,150 buy-in No-limit Hold'em Accumulator, local poker pro Bridges Roe prevailed against a field of 721 to claim the main prize of A$160,725, despite starting the final day at the bottom of the chip counts.
It was his second win in the Millions this year — in an earlier event he collected over A$15,300 after a deep run ending in fifth place in a PLO competition.
Several respected live and online poker pros were among the last ten players left standing by the final day, including Jerry Wang and Stephan Jedlicka, but it was Roe and New Zealand player Martin Ward who ended up in the heads up finale.
The Melbourne pro won after a tough contest, leaving Ward with a consolatory runner up prize of A$99,770.
It was Roe's biggest win yet, almost quadrupling his career live tournament earnings.
Other final table cashes included:
China's Barwin Lai A$61,710
Stefan Jedlicka (Austria) A$47,075
Local player Kan Lin A32,510
Austrian Gereon Sowa A$25,860
Jerry Wang A$21,060.
In related news, excitement was building as the Aussie Millions $100,000 buy-in Super High Roller NLHE competition reached the final table stage and took a 4 day break.
18 entries generated a prize pool of A$1,700,000, and just seven are left to fight for a main prize worth A$882,000.
German pro Steffen Sontheimer tops the chip counts on 451,000, pursued by German super-ace Fedor Holz on 394,500 and Nick Petrangelo on 381,000. Formidable players like Sam Trickett, Mike Watson, David Peters and David Steicke make up the rest of the table, which reconvenes on January 28 to play down to a winner. Jason Sommerville will be streaming the finale on Twitch.

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