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Aussie Millions 2013 High Roller: Andrew Robl succeeds to Dan Smith

While most of poker players have been retained in Las Vegas to compete for the title of the NBC Heads-Up Poker Championship, the $ 100,000 High Roller tournament of the Aussie Millions 2013 hosted a nice field that did prove once again the reputation of this tournament in the land of kangaroo. The presence of players like Gus Hansen, John Juanda, Patrik Antonius, Philipp Gruissem, Jason Mercier or Sam Trickett at Crown Casino in Melbourne has been noted. Known as a true specialist in online poker High Stakes, Andrew Robl grabbed the trophy and the first prize in the amount of $ 1,000,000 after a rather difficult first day. Indeed, Robl was the only player to have enjoyed the re-entry format effective during this event.



During the final day, some players tried to block the route of Andrew Robl to victory like Tobias Reinkemeier, Vanessa Selbst and Dan Shak. But in the end, he managed to climb to the final duel that oppose him to Igor Kurganov. In possession of a large advantage in chips at the start of the meeting, Andrew Robl emerged victorious. He just succeeded to Dan Smith, the winner of the edition 2012. This feat allows the American to embellish his wallet and charts. Note that the total amount of his career in tournament earnings rises now $ 3.5 million. In the third step of the podium is the Japanese Masa Kagawa. Dan Shak, the runner-up of the last edition, was awarded the fourth place.

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