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2010 Aussie Millions Winner is Tyron Krost

Written by:
Ace King
Published on:
Jan/30/2010
2010 Aussie Millions Winner

The 2010 Aussie Millions winner has been crowned and it is Sydney's own Tyron Krost.  746 players vied for the title at this year's coveted event.

Krost has cashed out in three tournaments, but thanks to the Aussie Millions, he is now up $1,714,954.  His previous big win was $35,383 at the 2008 World Series of Poker main event where he placed 249th.

The Australian Poker Championship, commonly known as Aussie Millions, is a series of poker tournaments held at the Crown Casino, in Melbourne, Australia. The Main Event of the series is the Southern Hemisphere's richest poker tournament with a prize pool in excess of AU$7 million.

Ace King, Gambling911.com

 

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