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Posted 2009-01-12 GMT+12

Event 2 - $1,050 PokerPro No Limit Hold'em
Day 1 completed

Mitchell Carle Wins Event #2: $1,050 PokerPro No Limit Hold'em ($25,000)

Posted 2009-01-12 GMT+12
Mitchell Carle Wins!
Mitchell Carle Wins!
Congratulations to Queenslander Mitchell Carle who overcame a field of 83 to be crowned the Event #2: $1,050 PokerPro No Limit Hold'em Champion and owner of the coveted Gold Ring.

Carle outlasted a world-class field that included Annette "Annette_15" Obrestad, Emad Tahtouh, Marty Smyth, David Saab and many more. After falling short in third place in a similar event during the 2008 PokerNews Cup, Carle's mix of patience, courage and solid play was rewarded with this victory.

Congratulations to the other final tablists who cashed and as we wrap up our coverage of Event #2, make just to join us tomorrow at 12:30pm where we continue our 2009 Aussie Millions coverage with Event #3: $1,100 Limit Omaha Hi/Lo. We look forward to your company!

Daniel Neilson Eliminated in 2nd Place ($16,600); Mitchell Carle Wins!

Posted 2009-01-12 GMT+12
Daniel Neilson - 2nd Place
Daniel Neilson - 2nd Place
With the action on Mitchell Carle he opened with a raise to 20,000. Daniel Neilson immediately moved all in for a further 140,000 and Carle made the call.

Neilson: {Q-Spades}{10-Hearts}
Carle: {A-Diamonds}{5-Spades}

The flop came down {A-Clubs}{2-Clubs}{8-Clubs} leaving Neilson drawing to only backdoor outs, and with the {3-Spades} landing on the turn Neilson was left drawing dead. The meaningless {4-Spades} landed on the river sending the virtual pot in Carle's direction.

For a long day on the virtual felt, Daniel Neilson received $16,600 in prize money for his 2nd placing to Carle.

Carle Makes Huge Bluff

Posted 2009-01-12 GMT+12
On a flop of {7-Spades}{5-Spades}{K-Hearts} Mitchell Carle checked over to Daniel Neilson who fired out a bet of 10,000. Carle proceeded to raise to 25,000 and Neilson made the call.

The turn fell the {3-Spades} and Carle led for 30,000 and was again called by Neilson. The river fell the {5-Clubs} and Carle moved all in and was followed by a fold from Neilson.

As the virtual pot was pushed to Carle he clicked the PokerPro show cards button and revealed {10-Diamonds}{9-Spades} for a triple-barrel bluff with 10-high.

With that pot Carle regained most of his chips from the recent double up and moved back to 660,000 as Neilson slipped to 165,000 in chips.

Neilson Doubles With Ace-High

Posted 2009-01-12 GMT+12
Daniel Neilson limped for 8,000 which was followed by Mitchell Carle moving all in. Neilson stood up and announced "Snap Call!" and virtually tabled {A-Hearts}{10-Diamonds} to be up against Carle's {Q-Clubs}{4-Hearts}.

The final board read {J-Hearts}{2-Spades}{J-Clubs}{5-Diamonds}{5-Spades} and Neilson's ace-high took down the pot sending him back to 220,000 while Carle still hold's a strong lead with 609,000 in chips.

The Crowd Gathers

Posted 2009-01-12 GMT+12
With Event 1 recently wrapping up, the crowd has moved over to the PokerPro tables to catch all the heads up action.

From a crowd of less than 10 people 20 minutes ago, it has swelled to more than 40 onlookers looking to see who will be crowned the next Aussie Millions Champ.

Heads Up Counts:
Mitchell Carle - 677,000
Daniel Neilson - 140,000

Level 14 started

Level:
14
Blinds:
4000/8000
Ante:
0

Heads Up Chip Counts

Posted 2009-01-12 GMT+12
Heads up play is now underway with the following chip counts:
Mitchell Carle - 622,000
Daniel Neilson - 207,000

Michael Russell Eliminated in 3rd Place ($11,205)

Posted 2009-01-12 GMT+12
Michael Russell - 3rd Place
Michael Russell - 3rd Place
Daniel Neilson raised to 15,000 from the button, and with Mithcell Carle out of the way Michael Russell moved all in and was instantly called by Neilson.

Neilson: {2-Clubs}{2-Spades}
Russell: {K-Spades}{J-Hearts}

The final board read {A-Spades}{3-Diamonds}{4-Hearts}{5-Hearts}{6-Spades} and Neilson's 6-high straight sent Russell to the rail in 3rd place for a tidy $11,205.

Daniel Noja Eliminated in 4th Place ($9,030)

Posted 2009-01-12 GMT+12
Daniel Noja - 4th Place
Daniel Noja - 4th Place
With the action being so quick since returning from the break we turned round to just catch a glimpse of Daniel Noja's elimination.

Noja held {A-?}{K-?} while Mitchell Carle held {A-?}{J-?}. A Jack on the board would sent Noja to the rail in 4th place while Carle moved up to a little under 600,000 in chips.
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