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More Impressive Results From Australians at the 2013 WSOP

Posted at 09:30 2013-07-08 by Matthew Pitt

The 2013 World Series of Poker is in its final stages where 56 of its scheduled 62 events are completed. As the $10,000 WSOP Main Event approaches, more and more Australian and New Zealand based players are competing in bracelet-awarding events and that has resulted in some impressive scores.

Australian and New Zealand Cashes at the 2013 WSOP

Event. No Player Position Prize (USD)
2 Brendon Rubie 47 $9,743
4 Tam Truong 102 $2,871
6 Tam Truong 14 $64,736
6 Brendon Rubie 62 $17,725
6 Paul Sharbanee 504 $3,510
7 Gary Benson 79 $3,207
15 Oliver Gill 75 $2,816
15 Tim Duckworth 89 $2,595
16 Warwick Mirzikinian 11 $26,237
22 Martin Kozlov 25 $8,443
23 Gary Benson 6 $24,003
26 Michel Bouskila 6 $117,799
30 Paul Birman 135 $2,362
31 Jarred Graham 1 $255,942
35 Jamieson Pickering 51 $6,814
38 Warwick Mirzikinian 61 $4,223
40 Tam Truong 34 $12,223
40 Russell Watkins $3,938  
40 Daniel Neilson 149 $3,150
41 Jamieson Pickering 28 $12,896
41 Warwick Mirzikinian 40 $9,306
42 Daniel Neilson 10 $19,939
42 John Lane 189 $1,927
46 Joe Hachem 20 $8,550
49 Charles Caris 116 $3,640
49 Tim Duckworth 212 $2,730
51 Leanne Haas 2 $107,616
51 Tania McBride 17 $6,387
51 Jackie Glazier 83 $1,923
52 Tyron Krost 12 $38,282
54 Warwick Mirzikinian 50 $7,135
55 Gary Benson 16 $55,947
56 AJ Bertenshaw 16 $26,342
56 Elias Jaajaa 33 $17,456
56 David Borg 96 $6,003
56 Aaron Benton 118 $5,371

Since our last update, there have been 15 cashes by players from this region. Daniel Neilson came close to reaching an official final table when he busted in 10th place during Event 42, a result that banked him $19,939.

Former WSOP Main Event winner Joe Hachem finally got off the mark when he finished 20th in Event #46 for $8,550. Hachem has been seen playing a busy schedule, but has not had the rub of the green so far. Maybe he is saving his run good for another deep Main Event run?

Australia had three women cash in the Ladies Event. Jackie Glazier finished 83rd, Tania McBride in 17th and Leanne Haas coming ever so close to winning Australia’s second bracelet of the series when she finished second for a cool $107,616.

Other large scores have been had by Tyron Krost (12th in Event #52 for $38,282), AJ Bertenshaw (16th in Event #56 for $26,342) and Elias Jaajaa (33rd in Event #56 for $17,456).

You can follow all of the action as it unfolds from the 2013 WSOP by heading over to PokerNetwork’s Live Reporting pages. Here you will find live blogs from each WSOP event. Here’s hoping the next few are filled with entries of Australian and New Zealand successes.

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