Sun, Jan 23, 11:27am by Kevin Pitstock
Australia’s biggest live poker tournament, and an event that has risen in stature to be second only to the World Series Of Poker Main Event in Las Vegas, The Aussie Millions Main Event gets underway today at Melbourne’s Crown Casino.
For those of you who are in a position to put up the $10,500 buy in or didn’t win your seat through one of the many satellite tournaments that can be found playing poker online, you can still take the ride with some of the world’s best poker players by taking advantage of Aussie Millions Betting markets like those at Iasbet.
The top of the market is a who’s who of the world’s best poker players, and if your the type of punter that doesn’t like taking short odds, then you’ll love the Iasbet Aussie Millions odds :
Others – $100 +
Phil Ivey, everyone’s favourite player is favourite at a quote of $34, while Gus Hansen is $67 to become the first man to win the Aussie Millions Main Event twice.
With a large field of over 700 poker players expected to take their seat in the hope of reaching the final table next Sunday, and the poker gods being what they are; it would be well worth asking Iasbet to quote you a price about one of Australia’s best home grown live tournament players Grant Levy, or local Crown Casino legend Peter Aristidou. Neither are quoted in the leaders markets which means you could be getting set somewhere between $500 and $1500 to win.
Forced to tip someone in the top 100 quoted, we at Australian Gambling like the femme phenom Annette Obestrad at $101, and the very likeable zen-like calm of Andy Black, who is quoted at $201 and always plays well here.
And while your sweating your long price plunge this week, why not reinvigorate your own poker skills at one of our recommended online poker sites and start practicing so you can take your seat at Crown among the poker legends this time next year.
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