Andrew Robl, “good2cu” registered his winning at the 2013 Aussie Millions $100,000 Challenge

"good2cu” registered his winning at the 2013 Aussie Millions $100,000
“good2cu” registered his winning at the 2013 Aussie Millions $100,000

Andrew Robl, “good2cu” registered his winning at the 2013 Aussie Millions $100,000 Challenge, besting a 21-player field to scoop the $1,000,000 first place prize. The tournament began with 21 players for nearly 10 levels of play. Robl was the deserving first to bust from that field, and became the first and last person who made his re-entry to take number of entries to 22. He took the wise decision and proved the worth to stay back in the game. After just six hours of play, Andrew Robl emerged successfully to capture the Aussie Millions $1,000,000 first-place prize and the title of “Champion”. 

The game would have begun with seven players instead eight on Monday. Elimination of both Winfred Yu and Chris Lee at the hand of Igor Kurganov on the final hand of Day 1 gave lead to Kurganov. This hand gave successful entry Kurganov to go into final table play second in chips with 563,000. Where else, Masa Kagawa made a great lead with 695,000 on Day 1st.  Monday started with the chip count of:  

Niklas Heinecker – 85,000

Masa Kagawa – 695,000

Igor Kurganov – 563,000

Dan Shak – 435,000

Vanessa Selbst – 136,000

Andrew Robl – 129,000

Tobias Reinkemeier – 160,000 

Reinkemeier made the rail by calling off his stack following a four-bet all in from Andrew Robl. Reinkemeier was in terrible shape with his K♠-Q♣ dominated by Robl’s A♠-Q. The board ran out   to leave Reinkemeier in seventh place. Next to leave was Vanessa Selbst, when she opened the action with checked-raised all in for 79,000 after Kagawa had bet out 36,000 and so on.  

On the last show Robl lead over Igor Kurganov when, It appeared on a board of 9-4-2-3whenRobl bet 60,000, Kurganov raised to 190,000, and Robl put him all-in. Kurganov made the call, trying to double-up with 4-3♠ good for two pair. Robl, though, had A♠-5♣ and a wheel. The Q♠ on the river did not give Kurganov the boat he needed and Andrew Robl was crowned the 2013 Aussie Millions $100,000 Challenge Champion.

2013 Aussie Millions $ 100, 000 Challenge- Final Tables Results

            PLACE    NAME   PRIZE ($)
  1st Andrew Robl  A$1,000,000
   2nd Igor Kurganov 


   3rd  Masa Kagawa  A$320,000
    4th Dan Shak  A$237,000