Aussie Millions 2011

Aussie Millions 2011 Poker Tournament

David Gorr Wins 2011 Aussie Millions Main Event: Title Stays Down Under

David Gorr has won the 2011 Aussie Millions main event, ensuring the title stays down under for a third consecutive year.

Submitted by Ace King on, Jan/29/2011

2011 Aussie Millions Final Will Feature Patrik Antonius, Chris Moorman

The 2011 Aussie Millions main even final has been determined with two big names among the remaining eight.

Noted Finnish poker pro Patrik Antonius was the 5th largest chip holder coming into the final while DoylesRoom.com player Chris Moorman also crept into the final on the same day that the online poker room he represents announced it has moved to another network.

Submitted by Ace King on, Jan/28/2011

Doyles Room Pro Chris Moorman Leads at Aussie Millions 2011

Submitted by Patrick Flanigan on, Jan/27/2011

Crown Aussie Millions; James Packer Special

Submitted by Greg Tingle on, Jan/24/2011

Aussie Millions 2011 Main Event Kicks Off

Australia’s poker darling and former World Series of Poker main event winner, Joe Hachem, shouted “Shuffle Up and Deal!”

Submitted by Patrick Flanigan on, Jan/22/2011

Crown Casino Aussie Millions 2011 Update - 20th January 2011

Submitted by Greg Tingle on, Jan/19/2011

Breaking News

January Crypto-Slump Continues With Some Bright Spots Tuesday Evening

Nearly all of the top 68 cryptocurrencies have witnessed a decline during the month of January with some bad news hitting hard Tuesday as South Korea regulators consider banning exchange trading and while rumors of banks blocking cryptocurrency charges were running rampant.

Capital One Blocks Cryptocurrency Purchases With Its Card as Bitcoin Hits Biggest Low in Weeks

Capital One Blocks Cryptocurrency Purchases With Its Card as Bitcoin Hits Biggest Low in Weeks

Tuesday was not a good day for Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies as nearly all of them witnessed sharp declines on the day.

Vegas Gambling Revenue Hits All Time Low

Generating $26 billion in total revenue, Nevada gaming regulators say it is a new record low for Vegas.