In the 2019 Aussie Millions Main Event, a sum of 165 members joined on Day 1a, including the following seven levels it is the Frenchman Paul-Francois Tedeschi who drives the 82 proceeding to Day 2.

Paul-Francois Tedeschi grew up the chip numbers quickly after the dinner recess, including one game including a long river tank upon Eui Kim. Eui Kim became bet pot against a joined board also Tedeschi possessed the clock announced approaching him, before ultimately summoning including a slightly higher full line than his player.

Paul-Francois Tedeschi will get 195,400 over to Day 2, including  Pierce McKellar (170,100), Dingxiang Ong (186,000), including Quan Zhou (168,600) approaching back.

Both McKellar and Ong possess terminal records to their title at the 2019 Aussie Millions Main Event, by Ong closing third during the Six Max plus McKellar closing fifth during the Opening Event.

Additional celebrities launching involve past Main Event winner David Gorr (51,200), Vojtech Ruzicka (125,500),  Benny Glaser (56,200), Australian bracelet-winner Jackie Glazier (84,800) and 2019 8 Game champion Michael Gathy (101,200), Anthony Hachem (62,100), Alex Lee (79,800), Mel Judah (48,200), 2018 WSOP Main Event final table champion Michael Dyer (86,200), Ajay Chabra (92,400), and Dzmitry Urbanovich (76,300).

Day 1a Recap

Toby Lewis remained on control to regulate the popular ‘Shuffle Up and Deal‘ to beat off the opening of three Main Event commencing steps, and it wasn’t great till the first expulsions started, with Kenny Hallaert, Michael Moore, Graeme Putt, Antonio Casale, Jessica Ngu, and latest year’s closing report Johan Schumacher all left before the initial lapse of the time.

Over then it moved Jeremy Pekarek who held swelled into a chip lead with above 140,000 following a sequence of exclusions. Previous Main Event champion Ari Engel was likewise dismissed midway within the day, working jack-ten suited inside the pocket leaders of Heidi May.

Marc Macdonnell, Sorel Mizzi, and Najeem Ajez were between the big heroes to go alongside before added Main Event champion Manny Stavropoulos further connected the barrier after receiving it in right over right.

Following the supper intermission, Quan Zhou associated Pekarek as a tourney big stack, including Fabian Gumz. Jerry Wong including Aymon Hata traveling to the door.

As the competition inscribed its immediate level, Heidi May grew the latest great fame to be rejected. She dropped top couple with ace-king upon the opening jacks of Luc Meritan, although her French competitor rivered a jack to remain active, including May left short and smashing a short while later.

Dzmitry Urbanovich pushed up the scratch numbers late on, plus Dingxiang Ong dropped out approaching the late chip lead with a bristle because Tedeschi reached the 82 players propelling to Day 2.