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  • Waki Waki Eliminated in 3rd Place (AUD $54,000)
    Waki Waki Eliminated in 3rd Place (AUD $54,000) 01-30-2011

    It's all over for Japan's Waki Waki, who has just left us in third place after being sent to the rail by Simon Charette. Leo Boxell folded from the button and Charette open-shoved from the big blind with .

  • Waki's Worn Down
    Waki's Worn Down 01-29-2011

    Japan's Waki Waki has definitely been the most animated character during the last couple of days, but he's looking miserable after being cut down to just 285,000 in chips by Leo Boxell.

  • Ben Delaney Eliminated in 4th Place (AUD $40,500)
    Ben Delaney Eliminated in 4th Place (AUD $40,500) 01-29-2011

    Ben Delaney's aggression is well-known throughout Aussie poker circles, but unfortunately it's brought him undone in fourth place.

  • Boxell Slips Chips to Waki
    Boxell Slips Chips to Waki 01-29-2011

    Leo Boxell has taken a hit back to 715,000 in chips after losing a big pot to Waki Waki.

  • Yecch!
    Yecch! 01-29-2011

    It was three-way action on a flop of between Simon Charette, Waki Waki and Ben Delaney, Charette led out for 22,000 before Waki raised to 53,000, forcing Delaney out of the way before Charette called, only to check-fold after Waki opened f

  • Holy Smokes!
    Holy Smokes! 01-29-2011

    Though the action between the final may be lukewarm, things got a little heated all of a sudden (and it was unpleasant, we might add, but we stress that it wasn't between the players).

  • You Win Some, You Lose Some
    You Win Some, You Lose Some 01-29-2011

    Simon Charette has been the most active at this final table over the last hour and while he's taken one pot off Waki Waki, he lost one soon after to Ben Delaney.

  • Josh Tekesky Eliminated in 6th Place (AUD $20,250)
    Josh Tekesky Eliminated in 6th Place (AUD $20,250) 01-29-2011

    Josh Tekesky started the day as the overall chipleader, but he's just been banished in sixth place, good for AUD $20,250. Earlier, Tekesky raised to 16,500 from under the gun before Kosta Varoxis reraised to 40,000.

  • Where's the Heart?
    Where's the Heart? 01-29-2011

    Simon Charette raised the button to 18,500 and got two callers in the form of Waki Waki and Ben Delaney out of the blinds.

  • Small Ball!
    Small Ball! 01-29-2011

    The first couple of hands have been relatively sedate since we've come back from the dinner break, but Simon Charette and Waki Waki have picked up some valuable chips nonetheless.

  • Jitter Transfer?
    Jitter Transfer? 01-29-2011

    Delaney has been quite active on the final table raising and re-raising a lot of hands. However, it now appears he has caught a case of Charette's final table jitters.

  • Final Table Jitters
    Final Table Jitters 01-29-2011

    Ben Delaney opened from under the gun and looked rather surprised when he got three callers. Kosta Varoxis called from the button, and both Simon Charette and Waki Waki called out of the blinds.

  • Final Table Seating Allocation & Chip Counts
    Final Table Seating Allocation & Chip Counts 01-29-2011

    SeatNameChip Count 1Simon Charette490,000 2Waki Waki560,000 3Ben Delaney687,000 4Leo Boxell214,000 5Ben Vinson144,000 6Josh Tekesky150,000 7Kosta Varoxis245,000

  • Daniel Reijmer Eliminated in 10th Place (AUD $9,000)
    Daniel Reijmer Eliminated in 10th Place (AUD $9,000) 01-29-2011

    Daniel Reijmer was amongst the chip leaders at the start of the day, but he's been given the old heave-ho over the space of two hands to depart in 10th place (AUD $9,000).

  • Charette and Varoxis Double Up, Waki Strikes Gold
    Charette and Varoxis Double Up, Waki Strikes Gold 01-29-2011

    Simon Charette and Kosta Varoxis have doubled up, while Waki Waki turned out one of his euphoric celebrations after making a huge call against Ben Vinson as we keep on keeping on in Event #17.

  • Bubble Bubble, Toil & Trouble ...
    Bubble Bubble, Toil & Trouble ... 01-29-2011

    Josh Tekesky managed to double up through Ben Delaney on table 30, but Delaney regained those chips through Simon Charett as hand-for-hand play continues in this event.

  • Spilkin Says Goodbye, Edmonds Eliminated
    Spilkin Says Goodbye, Edmonds Eliminated 01-28-2011

    Mike Spilkin and Brendan Edmonds have been the latest players to have hit the rail, leaving just 32 players in this year's Aussie Millions $2,200 No Limit Hold'em Six Handed event.

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