Three more Australian crowned in Melbourne

The Aussie Millions is still running at full speed. Day2 ended A$10,600 Main Event with several big names still in the field, while 3 other events have finished.

The A$1,650 Bounty Event attracted 354 players, with 32 of them guaranteed to cash for at least A$3,010($2,433). But it's pretty sure each of the those who made the money were aiming for the A$117,975($95,347) first prize. Australia's Stevan Chew was aiming most accurately as he managed to take down the title and the money. With this score, Stevan has now more than $1 million in live tournament earnings.

Final results

Place Player Prize
Stevan Chew A$117,975($95,347)
2 James Seymour A$80,325($64,919)
3 Felix Daniel Schulze A$50,200($40,572)
4 Anthony Hope A$40,160($32,457)
5 Antonis Kambouroglou A$30,120($24,343)
6 Chao Duan A$25,100($20,286)

A$1,650 No Limit Holdem Bounty Event champion Stevan Chew

Event #13 the A$1,150 NLHE Terminator generated 389 entries, creating a A$398,725($322,249) prize pool. This event also has an Australian champion, as Haitao Luan was the lucky one to scoop the A$48,515($39,210) first prize and the prestigious title. This win accounts for Haito's biggest cash ever, his total live earnings stand now at $70,177.

Final results

Place Player Prize
1 Haitao Luan A$48,515 ($39,210)
2 Yang Zhang A$31,150 ($25,175)
3 Peter Kominos A$19,915 ($16,095)
4 Hung-Sheng Lin A$15,825 ($12,790)
5 Stefano Accardo A$11,950 ($9,658)
6 Andrew Miller A$9,700  ($7,840)

The A$1,150 Hyper Turbo (Event #14) kicked off on Monday, 263 players show up to play. 27 places were paid, with the minimum prize of A$2,155($1,747). However, Roberto Damelian didn't settle, as he decided to win the whole thing instead. He earned A$64,700($52,446) for his performance. Roberto is an accomplished player, this is only his second biggest score (the biggest coming from 2013 WSOP Main Event, where he finished 56th for $123,597). His total earnings amount for $567,358 now.

Final results

Player Prize
Roberto Damelian A$64,700 ($52,446)
2 Nathan Manuel A$41,785 ($33,871)
3 Hussein Hassan A$26,960 ($21,854)
4 Vesko Zmukic A$21,565 ($17,481)
5 Michael Madden A$16,990 ($13,772)
6 Maxwell Young A$13,480 ($10,927)

This year's Main Event made history by generating the biggest player pool ever. Several of the big names have fallen during the first two days. Only 158 of the 800 participants reached Day 3. The current chip leader is Najeem Ajez of Australia's, with a stack of 522,100. Sam Grafton and Ari Engel are also in the top ten, with Sam sitting on a 419k stack while Ari on 334k. Notable players like WSOP Main Event winner, Martin Jacobson (92,200), the seasoned pro from Germany, Martin Finger (80,000) or high-roller superstar, Fedor Holz (71,100) are still in the field, hoping to add an Aussie Millions Main Event title to their name.

The action continues tomorrow, so make sure to keep on eye on PokerGuruBlog for the updates.