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    Hi All, We have just broken to the Final Table of the 2008 Aussie Millions. The following 7 players will return tomorrow at 12:30pm for the restart. Of note is the fact that Antonio Casale qualified for the event via a $25 Satellite at Crown, and Michael Chrisanthopoulos qualified via one of our $120 Satellites. Seat 1: Alexander Kostritsyn - 1,439,000Seat 2: Peter Mobbs - 1,357,000Seat 3: Antonio Casale - 1,995,000Seat 4: Erik Seidel - 1,491,000Seat 5: Nino Marotta - 1,649,000Seat 6: Michael Chrisanthopoulos - 6,806,000Seat 7: Peter Ling - 877,000 Payouts: 1 - $1,650,000 AUD 2 - $1,000,000 AUD 3 - $700,000 AUD 4 - $500,000 AUD 5 - $400,000 AUD 6 - $300,000 AUD 7 - $225,000 AUD Cheers, Jonno PittockDirector of Tournament OperationsCrown LimitedThis is a sensational finish for Aussie Poker and Crown. Better than Casey? What a cheer squad will there be.

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    Final Table Set780 players entered the Aussie Millions main event. We're down to the final table of seven. Michael Chrisanthopoulos is the chipleader with over 6,810,000. Erik Seidel is the notable pro at the final table.Seat 1: Alexander Kostritsyn - 1,439,000Seat 2: Peter Mobbs - 1,357,000Seat 3: Antonio Casale - 1,995,000Seat 4: Erik Seidel - 1,491,000Seat 5: Nino Marotta - 1,649,000Seat 6: Michael Chrisanthopoulos - 6,806,000Seat 7: Peter Ling - 877,000Final Table Payouts:1 - $1,650,000 AUD 2 - $1,000,000 AUD 3 - $700,000 AUD 4 - $500,000 AUD 5 - $400,000 AUD 6 - $300,000 AUD 7 - $225,000 AUDThe final table will begin at 12:30pm local time. Tune it with PokerNews.com for complete coverage including hand-for-hand updates, chip counts, and color commentary.2 hours 30 minutes ago | Posted by DrPauly Final Table Chip CountsMichael Chrisanthopoulos - 6,810,000 Antonio Casale - 1,991,000 Nino Marotta - 1,649,000 Erik Seidel - 1,487,000 Alexander Kostritsyn - 1,439,000 Peter Mobbs - 1,361,000 Peter Ling - 877,0002 hours 35 minutes ago | Posted by DrPauly Nico Behling Eliminated in 8th Place ($175,000)Nico Behling raised to 65,000. Michael Chrisanthopoulos called. The flop was . Chrisanthopoulos checked. Behling fired out 100,000. Chrisanthopoulos check-raised to 400,000. Behling called. The turn was the . Chrisanthopoulos bet 550,000. Behling called. The river was the . Michael Chrisanthopoulos moved all in for 3,323,000. Behling went into the tank. Behling called. Michael Chrisanthopoulos tabled . Behling insta-mucked. Michael Chrisanthopoulos won the pot and increased his stack to 6,810,000. Behling won $175,000.With Behling's elimination, the final table of seven is set.2 hours 46 minutes ago | Posted by DrPauly Behling Takes OnePeter Mobbs opened for a 75,000 raise. Nico Behling re-raised to 190,000. Mobbs tanked then folded. Behling won the pot.2 hours 55 minutes ago | Posted by DrPauly Final Table BubbleThe final eight players have been moved upstairs to the TV studio. We're on the final table bubble. The final table is seven handed. Action will be suspended for the day when one more player busts out. Michael Chrisanthopoulos is the chipleader with 4,350,000.Sat Jan 19 2008 18:05 GMT+10Round: 20 Blinds: 12000/24000 Ante: 4000 3 hours 18 minutes ago | Posted by DrPauly The Final 8Seat 1: Alexander Kostritsyn - 1,499,000 Seat 2: Peter Mobbs - 1,445,000Seat 3: Nico Behling - 2,296,000Seat 4: Antonio Casale - 2,035,000Seat 5: Erik Seidel - 1,355,000Seat 6: Nino Marotta - 1,693,000Seat 7: Michael Chrisanthopoulos - 4,350,000 Seat 8: Peter Ling - 889,0004 hours 18 minutes ago | Posted by change100 Players Take a 75-Minute Dinner BreakOur 8 remaining players were just sent on a 75-minute dinner break. When they return, all of them will move upstairs to the TV featured table area. Play will recommence eight-handed and will last until one more player is eliminated, and we have our final table of seven.4 hours 20 minutes ago | Posted by DrPauly Robert Akery - 9th PlaceRobert Akery Eliminated in 9th Place ($175,000)Robert Akery raised to 50,000. Michael Chrisanthopoulos called. The flop was . Both players checked. The turn was the . Michael Chrisanthopoulos bet 75,000. Akery raised to 200,000. Michael Chrisanthopoulos re-raised to 750,000. Akery called all in for his last 700,000.Akery: Chrisanthopoulos: The river was the . Michael Chrisanthopoulos won the pot with a set. Akery was eliminated in 9th place. He won $175,000.

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    Hand #76 - Alexander KostritsynErik Seidel has the button in Seat 4. Michael Christhanopoulos completes the small blind, Alexander Kostritsyn raises to 125,000, Chrisanthopoulos folds and Kostritsyn wins the pot.1 minute ago | Posted by change100 Hand #75 - Alexander Kostritsyn/ Michael ChrisanthopoulosAlexander Kostritsyn has the button in Seat 1. He raises to 125,000 and Michael Chrisanthopoulos calls from the big blind. The flop is . Chrisanthopoulos leads out for 325,000 and Kostritsyn calls. The turn is the . Chrisanthopoulos checks, and Kostritsyn checks behind. The river is the . Chrisanthopoulos bets 450,000 and Kostritsyn insta-calls. Kostritsyn shows , Kostritsyn shows and they chop the pot.4 minutes ago | Posted by change100 Hand #74 - Erik SeidelMichael Chrisanthopoulos has the button in Seat 6. Alexander Kostritsyn completes the small blind and Erik Seidel checks from the big blind. The flop is . Kostritsyn checks, Seidel bets 50,000, Kostritsyn folds and Seidel wins the pot.6 minutes ago | Posted by change100 Hand #73 - Alexander KostritsynErik Seidel has the button in Seat 4. He raises to 115,000, Alexander Kostritsyn re-raises to 400,000, Seidel folds, and Kostritsyn wins the pot.7 minutes ago | Posted by change100 Hand #72 - Michael ChrisanthopoulosAlexander Kostritsyn has the button in Seat 1. He raises to 125,000, Michael Chrisanthopoulos raises to 450,000, Kostritsyn folds and Chrisanthopoulos wins the pot.8 minutes ago | Posted by change100 Hand #71 - Michael ChrisanthopoulosThere is a dead button in Seat 7. Michael Chrisanthopoulos raises to 120,000 and wins the blinds and antes.11 minutes ago | Posted by DrPauly Updated Chip CountsMichael Chrisanthopoulos - 8,035,000Alexander Kostritsyn - 5,740,000Erik Seidel - 1,805,00012 minutes ago | Posted by change100 Peter Ling - 4th PlaceHand #70 - Peter Ling Eliminated in 4th Place ($500,000)Michael Chrisanthopoulos has the button in Seat 6. He raises to 120,000 and Peter Ling calls from the small blind. The flop is . Ling checks, Chrisanthopoulos bets 350,000, Ling raises to 1,050,000, Chrisanthopoulos moves all in and Ling calls for his last 555,000. Chrisanthopoulos Ling Ling is in dire shape and needs running cards to win this one. The turn is the and Ling is drawing dead. The river is the and Ling is eliminated in 4th place. He'll take home $500,000 for his efforts.17 minutes ago | Posted by change100 Hand #69 - Michael ChrisanthopoulosErik Seidel has the button in Seat 4. Michael Chrisanthopoulos completes the small blind and Peter Ling checks the big blind. The flop is . Chrisanthopoulos bets 75,000 and Ling calls. The turn is the . Chrisanthopoulos checks, Ling bets 125,000, Chrisanthopoulos raises to 425,000, Ling folds, and Chrisanthopoulos wins the pot.18 minutes ago | Posted by DrPauly Updated Chip CountsMichael Chrisanthopoulos - 6,050,000 Alexander Kostritsyn - 5,935,000 Peter Ling - 1,980,000 Erik Seidel - 1,565,000

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    Hand #27 - Nino Marotta Eliminated in 5th Place ($400,000)Michael Chrisanthopoulos has the button in Seat 6. Nino Marotta raises to 100,000, Alexander Kostritsyn re-raises to 300,000, and Moratta calls. The flop is . Marotta moves all in and Kostritsyn calls. Kostritsyn Marotta The turn is the , the river is the and Marotta is eliminated in 5th place. He'll take home $400,000.

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    Hand #24 - Antonio Casale Eliminated in 6th Place ($300,000)Antonio Casale has the button in Seat 3. Alexander Kostritsyn raises to 72,000, Antonio Casale re-raises to 277,000, Kostritsyn three-bets to 677,000 total, Casale four-bets to 1,277,000, Kostritsyn moves all in and Casale calls. There is nearly 5 million in the pot. Casale Kostritsyn The flop is , the turn is the , the river is the , and Casale is eliminated in 6th place. He'll take home $300,000 for his performance.After the hand, Kostritsyn was up to 5,546,000.

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    Hand #9 - Peter Mobbs Eliminated in 7th Place ($225,000)Michael Chrisanthopoulos has the button in Seat 6. Peter Mobbs raises to 75,000, Alexander Kostritsyn re-raises to 350,000, Mobbs three-bets to 850,000, Kostritsyn moves all in for his remaining 882,000 and Mobbs calls. Kostritsyn Mobbs The flop is , the turn is the , the river is the and Mobbs is eliminated in 7th place. He wins $225,000.

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    Hand #81 - Alexander KostritsynAlexander Kostritsyn has the button in Seat 1. He raises to 150,000, Michael Chrisanthopoulos re-raises to 450,000 and Kostritsyn calls. The flop is . Chrisanthopoulos checks, Kostritsyn bets 275,000, Chrisanthopoulos raises to 650,000 and Kostritsyn calls. The turn is the . Chrisanthopoulos bets 1,500,000, Kostritsyn raises to 3,250,000, Chrisanthopoulos folds, and Kostritsyn drags the monster pot. He's now up to 8,425,000 while Chrisanthopoulos is down to 4,225,000.8 minutes ago | Posted by DrPauly Final Table Analysis: Hands #71-80Since Ling's elimination on Hand #70, Chrisanthopoulos opened up a comfortable lead over Kostritsyn until Hand #80. Seidel was in trouble as the shortstack but he managed to avoid elimination and double up with pocket deuces in a race situation. Chrisanthopoulos outflopped him, but Seidel spiked a set on the river to double up. Kostritsyn is back in the chiplead.8 minutes ago | Posted by change100 Hand #80 - Erik Seidel Doubles Through Michael ChrisanthopoulosMichael Chrisanthopoulos has the button in Seat 6. He raises to 175,000, Erik Seidel moves all in for 1,475,000, and Chrisanthopoulos calls. Seidel Chrisanthopoulos The flop is , pairing Chrisanthopoulos' jack. The turn is the , but the spikes on the river, making Seidel's set! He doubles through Chrisanthopoulos, increasing his stack to 2,990,000. Chrisanthopoulos is left with 6,880,000.14 minutes ago | Posted by DrPauly Updated Chip CountsMichael Chrisanthopoulos - 8,360,000 Alexander Kostritsyn - 5,770,000 Erik Seidel - 1,480,000

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    What's the point of these posts?You aren't supposed to be stupid, or at least I didn't think you were until I read these (above) posts. At least try to prove otherwise. All evidence, so far, is to the contrary.What is the point of:"The flop is ."or"The flop is , the turn is the , the river is the , and . . ."or"The turn is the , but the spikes on the river, making . . ."as well as the pure genius of:"SeidelChrisanthopoulos "Seidel what? Christanthopoulos what?The flop is what? And what spikes on the river?Surely you are able to read, and it doesn't take much to review a post before clicking that little button and sending it to the forum. You cannot deny the uselessness of any of these posts. The only piece of information that is of any use in most of these is the header, where applicable, and the occasional chip count. The hand and card information isn't even there! How did you not notice this the first however-many times, or the next however-many times, or the times after that.If you think this criticism unfair, then review your posts for the past week or so. Your genius is shown there each and every time. You cause nothing but frustration at providing next to no useful information with your ineffective "cut-and-paste" efforts.Sure, we can all go the to relevant page on the "Live Reporting" and try to search out the relevant post to compare that with what you have here, but there are many who have no access to that site. At least make a decent effort. This is not it.You insist on imposing yourself and proselytising and then you come up with this rubbish! Really!You can do better.BFB

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