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Bryn Kenney Wins 2019 Aussie Millions Main Event After Three-Way Deal

Written by:
Ace King
Published on:
Feb/03/2019

Bryn Kenney defeated a field of 822 players and walked away with AU$1,272,598 (US$269) in what was the biggest Aussie Millions in the tournament’s history.


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Kenney entered into a three-handed deal between him, fellow American Mike Del Vecchio and Australian Andrew Hinrichsen.

Place Winner Country Prize ( in AUD) Prize (in USD) Deal Prize (in AUD) Prize (in USD)
1 Bryn Kenney United States AU$1,850,000 $1,342,175 AU$1,272,598* $923,269*
2 Mike Del Vecchio United States AU$1,130,000 $819,815 AU$1,272,162* $922,953*
3 Andrew Hinrichsen Australia AU$662,500 $480,644 AU$1,097,739* $796,410*
4 Clinton Taylor Australia AU$483,000 $350,417    
5 Matthew Wakeman Australia AU$380,300 $275,908    
6 Gyeong Byeong Lee Korea AU$309,000 $224,180    
7 Hamish Crawshaw New Zealand AU$242,000 $175,571    

 

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