The last starting flight of the Aussie Millions Main Event 2019 i.e. Day1C has concluded. A total of 364 players joined the action which made a total number of entries to 797 in the event. Indian challengers showing excellent form in the side events. Vinod Megalmani finishes fifth in the A$1,150 Terminator for A$13,485 (₹6.87 Lakhs). Aditya Sushant gathered A$2,410 (₹1.22 Lakhs) placing 25th in the A$1,150 Hyper Turbo.
We saw few Indian challengers in action in Day1C and only four of them made it through Day2. Raghav Bansal bagged the biggest stack (114,000) from the Indian camp with Paawan Bansal (49,000), Vinod Megalmani (32,300) and Aditya Sushant (29,900) advancing to Day2 with workable stacks.
Abhinav Iyer, the APT Vietnam Main Event 2019 winner entered the event previously through Day1A, but busted before the end of the game. Cole Swannack collected a stack of 208,200 and not only emerged as the chip leader in Day 1C, but he is also the chip leader coming to Day2.
A total of 405 players from 797 starters qualified for the next day, but it can grow as registration is open until the end of level 8 on Day2. Many Indian origin players also advanced further like Ajay Gnanasambanthan with 80,300 and Ashish Gupta with 74,600 chips.