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Phil Ivey Eliminated at Aussie Millions 2011 Main Event: Patrik Antonius On Top

Written by:
Ace King
Published on:
Jan/26/2011
Phil Ivey

One of the most recognizable names in poker today and the favorite to win the Aussie Millions 2011, Phil Ivey, has been eliminated.  Among the top chip leaders, however, is marquee high stakes Finnish poker pro, Patrik Antonius.

265 players were left out of a field of 721.

Roland de Wolfe, Chris "Jesus" Ferguson and 2006 Aussie Millions winner Lee Nelson were also ousted on Wednesday.

Tobias Reinkemeier and Sorel Mizzi led the chip count race heading into Thursday.

Aussie Millions 2011 Chip Leaders Heading Into Thursday:

Tobias Reinkemeier          -          560,000          -          -

Sorel Mizzi          -          535,000          -          -

Randy Lew          -          495,000          -          -

Michael Ryan          -          460,000          -          -

Randy Dorfman          -          460,000          -          -

Rene Freymann          -          430,000          -          -

Patrik Antonius          -          416,500          -          -

Haibo Chu          -          380,000          -          -

Manny Rodrigues          -          365,000          -          -

Carter Phillips          -          360,000          -          -

- Ace King, Gambling911.com

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