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Australians and New Zealand at the 2013 WSOP: Results so far

Posted at 14:30 2013-06-26 by Matthew Pitt

The 2013 World Series of Poker has seen 41 of its 62 bracelet-awarding events completed and a number of Australian and New Zealand players have helped themselves to plenty of cash.

The table below shows all of the cashes made by Australian and New Zealand players since the start of this year’s WSOP, up to and including Event #41.

Event. NoPlayerPositionPrize (USD)
2Brendon Rubie47$9,743
4Tam Truong102$2,871
6Tam Truong14$64,736
6Brendon Rubie62$17,725
6Paul Sharbanee504$3,510
7Gary Benson79$3,207
15Oliver Gill75$2,816
15Tim Duckworth89$2,595
16Warwick Mirzikinian11$26,237
22Martin Kozlov25$8,443
23Gary Benson6$24,003
26Michel Bouskila6$117,799
30Paul Birman135$2,362
31Jarred Graham1$255,942
35Jamieson Pickering51$6,814
38Warwick Mirzikinian61$4,223
40Tam Truong34$12,223
40Russell Watkins$3,938 
40Daniel Neilson149$3,150
41Jamieson Pickering28$12,896
41Warwick Mirzikinian40$9,306

The biggest result, and the one that deserves all of the plaudits, was Jarred Graham’s win in Event #31. Graham took home $255,942 – the most of any Australian or New Zealander so far – and Australia’s first bracelet of the current series. We write a recap of Graham’s fantastic result, which can be found here.

Other shout out have to go to Tam Truong who now has three cashes to his name; the latest was a 34th place finish in Event #40 worth $12,223. Also, a round of applause to Warwick Mirzikinian and Jamieson Pickering who both have a brace of scores in this past week.

You can follow all of the action from the 2013 WSOP via our Live Reporting pages. Here, we will be bringing you updates from every single WSOP event right up to the series-ending $10,000 buy-in No Limit Hold’em World Championship, or the Main Event as everyone calls it.

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