The World Series of Poker has just concluded and the poker enthusiasts might now be waiting for arrival of the 2019 Aussie Million Poker Championship, schedule for which has been recently announced.
The Aussie Millions which is also the longest-running poker tournament in the Asia Pacific region will be hosting its next edition at the Crown Poker room in Crown Melbourne.
The tournament will consist of 27 championship events and satellite and ring games.
Beginning on January 15, it will award the winner of the Main Event with a prestigious gold bracelet with a top prize. For winner of each of the championship, there is a gold ring up for grabs.
With the buy-ins ranging between AU$1,150 to AU$100,000 the series will have a lot to offer before it concludes on February 4.
From the low to mid stakes player and high rollers, the Aussie Millions 2019 has something to offer to everyone.
The most anticipated tournament of the year will be featuring three starting flights and it will be held from January 27 to February 3.
Last year, the Main Event was taken down by Britain's Toby Lewis who outplayed 800 entrants for claiming a prize of A$1,458,198 ($1,156,653).
This year, the event organisers are expecting the Main Event prize pool to exceed A$8 Million with A$1.8 Million estimated for the winner.
The series pulls in around 7,500 poker enthusiasts annually to the island continent of Australia.
Crown Melbourne’s Tournament Director Joel Williams said, “The 2018 Aussie Millions witnessed the Main Event break through the magical 800-player barrier for the first time in its long history and we are eager to know how this year turns out to be. The poker stage has never been brighter and the team at Crown have been hard at work to make next year’s event even better than the last."