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David Gorr Wins 2011 Aussie Millions Main Event: Title Stays Down Under

Written by:
Ace King
Published on:
Jan/29/2011
David Gorr

David Gorr has won the 2011 Aussie Millions main event, ensuring the title stays down under for a third consecutive year.

The 68-year-old veteran was cheered on by local fans as he went on to win AUD$2 million.

"It's unbelievable. I didn't think that it would happen. I knew I had a chance, but this is just terrific."

“Brunson 10” player Chris Moorman finished in 7th place and walked away with AUD$175,000 while noted Finnish poker pro Patrik Antonius finished 8th with AUD$130,000.

Here's how the final table finished up:

1 David Gorr AUD$2,000,000

 

2 James Keys AUD$1,035,000

 

3 Jeff Rossiter AUD$700,000

 

4 Michael Ryan AUD$450,000

 

5 Randy Dorfman AUD$325,000

 

6 Samad Razavi AUD$225,000

 

7 Chris Moorman AUD$175,000

 

8 Patrik Antonius AUD$130,000

- Ace King, Gambling911.com

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