Why I Should Play in the Aussie Millions 2019 - Explained in a Single Tweet

Written by:
Ace King
Published on:
Jan/06/2019

Poker journalist Paul B Birman of Melbourne, Australia explains why poker players, pros and amateurs alike, should be in attendance at Aussie Millions 2019.


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He tweeted out this past week:

Pro poker players who don’t attend @CrownPoker #AussieMillions this year are a joke! Aussie dollar at 10 year lows, tons of locals qualifying for ME who have no business playing a 10k and it’s in the best city in the world during summer! Book your bloody ticket now!!

And Birman is right.

The 2019 Aussie Millions will take place from 15 January to 4 February at the Crown Casino in Melbourne, Australia and features a first place prize expected to be greater than last year’s win of A$1,458,198.

The full 2019 Aussie Millions schedule can be found here

The Australian Poker Championship, commonly known as Aussie Millions, has been held since 1998.  The Main Event of the series is the Southern Hemisphere's richest poker tournament with a prize pool in excess of A$7 million.

- Ace King, Gambling911.com

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