Presently, top Indian pros are cranking up the heat at the Aussie Millions 2019. Jayan Prasad finishes fourth place in the A$1,150 Accumulator event for ₹26.93 Lakhs. Recently, two more Indians posted scores in the side events.
Vinod Megalmani who cashed many popular tournaments on major Indian poker sites is going strong at the Aussie Millions 2019. He made a spectacular run in the Event #13-A$1,150 Terminator for finishing fifth for A$13,485 (₹6.87 Lakhs). He scored this by beating a strong field of 489 entries.
Aditya Sushant, 2017 WSOP bracelet champion tried his luck on Day 1A of the Main Event, but failed to progress to Day2. He did pick up a consolation score in the A$1,150 Hyper Turbo finishing 25th for ₹1.22 Lakhs (A$2,410).
Greece’s Ioannis Angelou-Konstas outran 489 runners in the in the A$1,150 Terminator and claimed his first ANTON Championship ring. He banked a payday of A$59,695(INR 3,061,385.12). The $1,150 Hyper Turbo was taken down by Michel Bouskila who topped a 336-entry field to win A$80,930(INR 4,150,396.14).