The Aussie Millions Opening event commenced last Thursday. The second day had been action-filled. On Sunday, Rubie, along with several other players, was all set to grab the championship title. However, in the evening it was decided that instead of playing on Sunday, the final tablers will come back on Monday. Just like games in agen slot online, it is one of the anticipated poker games.
Sean Robey and Tamara Volkoff Eliminated in the First Hour
Two players – Sean Robey and Tamara Volkoff – were eliminated in the first hour. Sean Robey was sent home at the 10th place. He was joined by Tamara Volkoff soon after. She finished at the 9th place. Naz Sibaei lost a significant portion of his chips to Rubie. Sibaei was barely able to stand on his feet after the loss. The player made an 8th place finish.
Sherif Derias exited at the 7th place. Stavropoulos was at the 6th place. He was knocked out by Angood. The next player to be eliminated was Tam Truong. He too was knocked out by Angood. Tam Truong had his entire stack of chips all-in when the pre-flop had Ad and 3h. The player was outlasted by Angood who had KS and Qs.
After Truong’s Elimination Only 3 Players had Enough Chips
After the elimination of Truong, only 4 players were remaining. Among them, only three had large chip stacks to survive the game. John Thomson had a small stack. The player struggled hard to make it to the top 4. Rubie picked up momentum at this point. The player picked up a big pot against Angood. He was sent home in the 3rd place by Rubie.
Wilson’s Elimination wins Rubie the Championship
Rubie was in a heads-up battle with Scott Wilson. Rubie held a chip lead of 2-1 and continued with it for most of the heads-up play. The game changing hand began with Rubie opening a pot for 125,000. It was followed by a prompt three-bet to 250,000 by Wilson. The flop having 8h, 2d and 7d was dealt after a call was made by Rubie. At this point, Wilson was leading by 350,000. Rubie made a call and the turn was hit by Qh. Wilson decided to check and called Rubie’s bet worth 325,000. The Ac appeared on the river. Wilson opted to check again. However, this time, Rubie slid out a large number of chips.
A call was made by Wilson. After the call, Rubie turned over his Qd and 8d. This made things difficult for Wilson. Rubie was in a celebrating mood as the player was sure enough that the championship title will come to him. However, Wilson still had a few big blinds left. But the player was not left with too many options with a few thousand chips remaining. A few double-ups followed.
The last hand happened when Wilson got his entire chip stack all-in on a flop having 10s, 4d and Qs. Rubie held Qc, Jd. It was enough to be ahead of Wilson who held 4c and 3c. Finally, Wilson was knocked out at the 2nd place and the championship was won by Rubie. He received a hefty sum of $125,000.