The Aussie Millions 2019 Main Event registers record breaking 822 entries, generating A$8,220,000 in prize money. Four Indian challengers successfully charged into Day2 but only three of them made the cut for Day3. Aditya Sushant, the World Series of Poker 2017 bracelet winner holds the biggest stack with 292,800 chips. Paawan Bansal also bagged 197,300 chips and Vinod Megalmani with a stack of 29,500. Raghav Bansal was eliminated before the game concluded.
Dutch pro Pim De Goede is renowned for his online exploits bagged 413,000 in chips to take the pole position among the 169 survivors coming back on Day3. While Bjorn Ostby with 386,300 and Ben Lai with 378,000 are a distant second and third in chips.
Other notable stacks include Michael Egan (292,800), Michael Addamo (279,300), Corey Kempson (238,800), Matthew Wakeman (217,700), Rory Young (210,000) and Jackie Glazier (149,900).