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2020 Aussie Millions Schedule Announced

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  • The Aussie Millions returns to Crown Poker; January 4 - 24, 2020

  • Aussie Millions Main Event begins Friday, January 17, 2020

Poker players from around the world will descend on the Crown Melbourne from Jan. 4-24, 2020 for the latest edition of the Aussie Millions.

The 2020 Aussie Millions takes place over 21 consecutive days, during which time 23 Championship Events are scheduled. Almost 100 poker tables will be set up in the Crown complex. This year’s Aussie Millions saw more than 8,600 players from all corners of the planet compete for prizes that totaled more than AUD$30 million.

Williams: "January 2020 allows us the opportunity to continue to stamp ourselves as an elite Poker destination for players right across the globe."

Crown Melbourne’s Tournament Director Joel Williams said, “The 2019 Aussie Millions saw records smashed right across the board. We watched the ‘Main Event’ scale heights previously unseen; we re-established ourselves as an integral stop on the High Roller circuit; total prize pools exceeded AUD$30million, and overall participation broke through 8,600 - all served to produce arguably the most memorable series in Australian Poker History. January 2020 allows us the opportunity to continue to stamp ourselves as an elite Poker destination for players right across the Globe – and we are more than ready to accept that challenge and remain committed to providing the best experience possible.”

Buy-ins for the 2020 Aussie Millions start at AUD$1,150 and increase up to AUD$100,000. A wide variety of poker variants will be played, including six-max, H.O.R.S.E., pot-limit Omaha and bounty tournaments.

Full 2020 Aussie Millions Schedule

DateTimeEventBuy-in (AUD)
Sat 4 Jan12:10 p.m.Opening Event Day 1 Flight 1$1,150
Sun 5 Jan12:10 p.m.Opening Event Day 1 Flight 2$1,150
 12:15 p.m.H.O.R.S.E$2,500
Mon 6 Jan12:10 p.m.Opening Event Day 1 Flight 3$1,150
 6:10 p.m.Opening Event Day 1 Flight 4$1,150 
Tue 7 Jan12:10 p.m.Opening Event Day 1 Flight 5$1,150
Wed 8 Jan12:10 p.m.Opening Event Day 2 
Thu 9 Jan12:10 p.m.Opening Event Day 3 
 12:15 p.m.Pot Limit Omaha$1,150
 6:10 p.m.No Limit Hold’em Mix Max$1,150
Fri 10 Jan12:10 p.m.No Limit Hold’em Six Max$1,150
Sat 11 Jan12:10 p.m.Pot Limit Omaha$2,500
 2:10 p.m.No Limit Hold’em Deep Freeze Day 1$1,500
Sun 12 Jan12:10 p.m.Shot Clock No Limit Hold’em Six Max$2,500
 2:10 p.m.No Limit Hold’em Deep Freeze Day 2 
Mon 13 Jan12:10 p.m.No Limit Hold’em Deep Freeze Day 3 
 12:10 p.m.No Limit Hold’em Accumulator Day 1 Flight 1$1,150
 12:15 pm.8-Game Mixed$2,500
 2:10 p.m.$25K PLO Day 1$25,000
Tue 14 Jan12:10 p.m.No Limit Hold’em Accumulator Day 1 Flight 2$1,150
 2:10 p.m.$25K PLO Day 2 
Wed 15 Jan12:10 p.m.No Limit Hold’em Accumulator Day 1 Flight 3$1,150
 2:10 p.m.$25,000 Challenge Day 1$25,000
Thu 16 Jan12:10 p.m.No Limit Hold’em Accumulator Day 2 
 2:10 p.m.No Limit Hold’em Bounty Event$2,000
 2:30 p.m.$25,000 Challenge Day 2 
Fri 17 Jan12:30 p.m.Main Event Day 1 Flight 1$10,600
 1:00 p.m.No Limit Hold’em Accumulator Day 3 
 2:10 p.m.$50,000 Challenge$50,000
 2:30 p.m.No Limit Hold’em Terminator$1,150
Sat 18 Jan12:30 p.m.Main Event Day 1 Flight 2$10,600
 2:10 p.m.$50,000 Challenge Day 2 
 2:30 p.m.Hyper Turbo No Limit Hold’em$1,150
Sun 19 Jan12:30 p.m.Main Event Day 1 Flight 3$10,600
Mon 20 Jan12:30 p.m.Main Event Day 2 
 2:10 p.m.Pot Limit Omaha Hi-Lo$1,150
 6:10 p.m.No Limit Hold’em$2,500
Tue 21 Jan12:30 p.m.Main Event Day 3 
 2:10 p.m.The Aussie Millions Tournament of Champions$1,150
 6:10 p.m.No Limit Hold’em Six Max$5,000
Wed 22 Jan12:10 p.m.Turbo No Limit Hold’em Shot Clock$1,150
 12:30 p.m.Main Event Day 4 
 2:10 p.m.$100,000 Challenge$100,000
Thu 23 Jan12:10 p.m.$100,000 Challenge Day 2 
Fri 24 Jan12:30 p.m.Main Event Final Table 

The one Aussie Millions tournament everyone wants to win is the AUD$10,600 Main Event, a tournament that always attracts a stellar field.

Bryn Kenney is the reigning Aussie Millions Main Event champion having outlasted 821 opponents on his way to victory.
A three-handed deal brought the 2019 Aussie Millions Main Event to a conclusion. Kenney secured AUD$1,272,598, the winner’s trophy and an ANTON Jewelry bracelet for his victory, with fellow American Mike Del Vecchio finishing second for AUD$1,272,162 and Australia’s Andrew Hinrichsen banking AUD$1,097,739 for his third-place exit.

Stay tuned to PokerNews as we bring you all the latest 2020 Aussie Millions news as it happens.

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