Tristan Bain cashes for $281,685 after he took out the Star Poker Summer Series Main Event at The Star.
A staggering line-up of 357 players took their seats in the Star Poker tournament area for day two and it took 12 hours to slash that tally to the final 43. The bubble burst shortly before midnight confirming the 63 players who would earn a slice of the $1.17 million prizepool.
The field topped out at a massive 648 players, creating a prizepool of $1.17 million, after 379 players took their seats for flight two of the opening day at The Star yesterday (Friday).
The Australian poker record book is scheduled for an update with an unprecedented number of players already assured for the first Star Poker Summer Series Main Event featuring the support of the Asian Poker Tour and National Poker League.
The second event on the schedule was the latest edition of the PokerMedia Australia No Limit Hold’em Six-Handed event. This $1100 buy-in event attracted a field of 79 players with the top nine sharing a pool of almost $80,000.
The biggest edition of the Star Poker Summer Series (SPSS) is underway at The Star in Sydney.
One of Australia’s premier pub poker leagues, the National Poker League (NPL), are seeking Expressions of Interest from Victorian-based entrepreneurs, to become NPL Licensees.
Event organisers have recently made available some great accommodation packages at the world class hotel Le Méridien Nouméa.
The National Poker League, APT and The Star, are delighted to announce what is likely to be the biggest poker tournament ever held in NSW – APT Sydney 2013.
A mixture of poker’s elite along with stars from the world of sport and entertainment will descend on the Crown Poker Room this Sunday (September 22) for the latest edition of the EJ Whitten Charity Poker Tournament, proudly presented by Unibet.