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Day 2 completed

Posted 2011-01-27 GMT+11

Event #9: Aussie Millions Main Event
Day 2 completed

Day 3 Table Draw

Posted 2011-01-27 GMT+11 • Level 13: 1,500-3,000, 500 ante
101Carter Phillips307500
102Gabor Farkas121500
103Renato Maiale110000
104Oliver Keefe211500
105Erick Lindgren267000
106Elliot Smith315500
107Raymond Ellis56500
108Eli Heath108500
141Martin Pencik164500
142Rene Freymann434000
143Mark Vos203000
144Manuel Rodrigues386500
145John Dalessandri101000
146Jeffrey Rossiter385000
147Michael Healy130500
148Jamie Perkins105500
191Eugene Katchalov61000
192Matthew Kirk198500
193Benjamin Blackmore221000
194Sean Eichendorf79500
195John Foy115500
196Samad Razavi107000
197Christopher Sparks158500
198Van Marcus50500
241Jason Mo102000
242Emanuel Seal240000
243Shane Sigsbee141500
244Gavin Cochrane81000
245Simon Charette175500
246Randy Dorfman581000
247Cliff Lee154000
248Steve Gang68500
251Harald Indrich121000
252Roman Zoch128500
253Patrik Antonius428500
254Michael Guttmann150500
255Simon Morris41000
256Karib Karib42500
257Haibo Chu431000
258Tore Lukashaugen254000
271Tyler Bonkowski260500
272Gene Rayner138500
273Peter Wong47000
274Andras Kovacs74500
275Tamara Volkoff57000
276Julius Colman53500
277Semon Deeb170000
281Daniel Reijmer204500
282Michael White120000
283Christopher Mounteney114000
284Tobias Reinkemeier533500
285Manny Stavropoulos118000
286Michael Ryan547500
287David Menz146000
288Mattias Jorstedt79500
291Sorel Mizzi489000
292Michael Matthews175500
293Chris Moorman220000
294Nik Lackovic97000
295Michael Newman180500
296Shane Laugesen124000
297Hiren Patel177000
311Samuel Gang223500
312Albert Albergo31500
313James Keys508000
314Mike Sowers149000
315Randy Lew484000
316Michael Logiudice88000
317John Patgorski376500
321Sanchez Rodriguez85500
322Earl Roberts133000
323Louise Ingram118000
324Howard Lederer181500
325Adam Cusenza261500
326Kut Chow97000
327Alec Smith120000

End-of-Day Chip Counts (full)

Posted 2011-01-27 GMT+11
Chip Counts
Randy Dorfman 581,000
Michael Ryan 547,500 500 pos
Tobias Reinkemeier 533,500
James Keys 508,000 -500 neg
Sorel Mizzi 489,000
Randy Lew 484,000
Rene Freymann 434,000
Haibo Chu 431,000
Patrik Antonius 428,500
Manny Rodrigues 386,500 21,500 pos
Jeff Rossiter 385,000 205,000 pos
Gabe Patgorski 376,500
Elliot Smith 315,500 289,500 pos
Carter Phillips 307,500
Erick Lindgren 267,000 3,000 pos
Adam Cusenza 261,500 41,500 pos
Tyler Bonkowski 260,500 30,500 pos
Tore Lukashaugen 254,000
Emanuel Seal 240,000 30,000 pos
David Gorr 223,500
Benjamin Blackmore 221,000
Chris Moorman 220,000
Oliver Keefe 211,500
Daniel Reijmer 204,500 -51,500 neg
Mark Vos 203,000 -57,000 neg

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Day 2 Concludes with Dorfman on Top

Posted 2011-01-27 GMT+11 • Level 13: 1,500-3,000, 500 ante
Chip leader Randy Dorfman
Chip leader Randy Dorfman

Day 2 of the 2011 Aussie Millions Main Event has come to a close here at the Crown Casino in Melbourne, Australia. When the day began, 265 players returned to action from the starting field of 721. At the end of the night, 76 of them remained just four spots off the money, which is set at 72. Leading them all is Randy Dorfman with 581,000 in chips.

As with all tournaments, not everyone can survive and with those that leave us there's always notables in the mix. Today, we lost Full Tilt Pros Chris Ferguson, Scott Montgomery, Melanie Weisner, Roberto Romanello, Erik Cajelais, Cyril Andre and Roland de Wolfe. We also lost the living great Phil Ivey in what was the most exciting pot of the tournament by far. Both for the size of it and the two players it involved -- Ivey and Patrik Antonius.

Antonius opened with a raise to 8,000 from early-middle position and Ivey called from the big blind. Pretty innocent, right? Well, after the flop came down {Q-Clubs}{9-Spades}{7-Spades}, the two trains smacked dead on traveling at 200 miles per hour!

After Ivey checked, Antonius bet out 15,000. Ivey didn't want to play for that much and made it 50,000 to go. Antonius thought and then moved all in for 197,500. Ivey quickly called him.

Ivey turned over a dream hand on that flop, {A-Spades}{Q-Spades}, for top pair, the nut kicker and the ace-high flush draw. Antonius also flopped what he thought was the dream with the {10-Spades}{8-Spades}, picking up an open-ended straight flush draw. Little did he know, he only had eight outs because of Ivey's hand.

When the chips went in a massive crowd gathered around the table and the hard rail was pressed inward as people tried to get a closer look at the action. The dealer burned and dealt the {J-Diamonds} on the turn to give Antonius his straight. His still wasn't out of the woods yet though as Ivey could hit a flush to retake the lead.

The river completed the board with the {7-Hearts} and missed Ivey. The crowd watched with jaws on the floor as Ivey sent over all but 13,000 of his chips to Antonius, who calmy turned his head to the right and leaned back to check on the tennis action going on. He finished watching the current point before turning back and stacking his chips.

Ivey was eliminated shortly thereafter while that pot put Antonius over 400,000 and he finished out the day with 428,500. Fellow Team Full Tilt-ers Howard Lederer and Erick Lindgren wrapped up with 181,500 and 264,000, respectively. Some of the other notable big stacks in the room include Michael Ryan (547,500), Sorel Mizzi (489,000), Randy Lew (484,000), Rene Freymann (434,000), Haibo Chu (431,000) and Carter Phillips (307,500).

The remaining players will return on Thursday and play will begin a 12:30 P.M. local time. Be sure to head right back here to PokerNews for all the live coverage straight from the floor. We promise you the bubble will burst tomorrow and you won't want to miss out on that!

You Win Some, You Lose Some

Posted 2011-01-26 GMT+11 • Level 13: 1,500-3,000, 500 ante

Crown regular Cliff Lee raised the button to 7,500. Manny Rodrigues and Daniel Reymer both called out of the blinds.

All three checked the flop of {3-Clubs}{10-Diamonds}{10-Hearts}. The {J-Clubs} brought some action, with Rodrigues check-calling a bet from Reymer of 13,000, while Cliff Lee opted to get out of the way.

Rodrigues checked the {J-Diamonds} on the river, and again Reymer fired, this time a bet of 40,000. Rodrigues reluctantly folded but was relieved when Reymer showed {J-Spades}{10-Clubs}.

Immediately after that hand Randy Lew opened from early position, and Cliff Lee made it 17,000 to go. Again Reymer called out of the blinds while Lew let go of his hand.

On a flop of {J-Diamonds}{7-Diamonds}{10-Clubs} Reymer decided to lead into the pre-flop raiser, only having Cliff Lee call a bet of 17,000.

Reymer checked the {8-Diamonds} on the turn, which prompted a 17,000 bet from Lee. Reymer re-checked his cards before deciding to fold.

Cliff Lee moves up to 150,000 while Daniel Reymer moved up to 145,000.

Three More Hands

Posted 2011-01-26 GMT+11 • Level 13: 1,500-3,000, 500 ante

The Tournament Director has just given the announcement that only three more hands remain in the night.

Drewe Dusted

Posted 2011-01-26 GMT+11 • Level 13: 1,500-3,000, 500 ante

Martin Drewe opened to 6,000 from the button before Michael Ryan three-bet the small blind to 16,500.

Oliver Keefe made the call from the big, before Drewe pushed for 59,500. Both Ryan and Keefe made the call as the {9-Spades}{7-Diamonds}{5-Hearts} flop was checked down.

The turn of the {8-Hearts} saw Ryan lead for 60,000 with Keefe making the call before the {2-Spades} was checked through.

Ryan tabled his {Q-Diamonds}{Q-Hearts} to receive folds from both players as Drewe hit the rail and Ryan moved to 460,000 in chips.

Rodrigues Busts Ottobre with Set of Fives

Posted 2011-01-26 GMT+11 • Level 13: 1,500-3,000, 500 ante

Michael Ottobre checked the flop of {Q-Clubs}{5-Hearts}{3-Spades} to Manny Rodrigues. Rodrigues bet 10,000 and Ottobre raised to 28,000. Rodrigues made the call.

The turn brought the {J-Spades} and Ottobre moved all in for about 135,000. Rodrigues snapped him off with the {5-Spades}{5-Diamonds} for a set of fives. Ottobre held the {A-Hearts}{J-Hearts}.

The river completed the board with the {7-Hearts} and Rodrigues won the pot to bust Ottobre and move to 365,000 in chips.

Shorties Here, There, Everywhere!

Posted 2011-01-26 GMT+11 • Level 13: 1,500-3,000, 500 ante
Some more of these would be nice!
Some more of these would be nice!

Our PokerNews reporter took a quick walk around the tournament floor to see how many short stacks there were in the remaining 78.

So far we spotted thirteen players that possessed a less than 20-big blind stack, and with seven more eliminations needed until we hit the money, it definitely is a question of if they'll hold on or not.

On to the Next One

Posted 2011-01-26 GMT+11 • Level 13: 1,500-3,000, 500 ante
Phil Ivey no more
Phil Ivey no more

Moments after his massive, massive clash with Patrik Antonius, Phil Ivey was all in with the {K-Hearts}{7-Hearts}. He was up against the {K-Clubs}{2-Spades} for David Gorr. The board ran out {10-Diamonds}{8-Spades}{3-Spades}{10-Spades}{7-Spades} and Gorr flushed Ivey from the tournament.

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