Party Poker Online Qualifiers Dominate The 2010 Aussie Millions Final Table
Thursday, 4. February 2010

Two players that qualified for the main event of last week’s 2010 Aussie Millions tournament online finished first and second, together, walking away with a total of over $2.76 million.

Party Poker recently announced that Tyron Krost, a 23 year old Sydney native, outplayed 748 competitors including 42 other online qualifiers from Party Poker at the 2010 Aussie Millions in Melbourne’s Crown Casino to claim the Aussie Cup and $1.78 million.

In addition to Krost, Party Poker online qualifier Frederik Jensen, a 27 year old Copenhagen native, finished second at the final table earning him just over $981,000. The two Party Poker qualifiers manhandled a final table that included such poker talents as Sorel Mizzi and Annette Obrestad with Dutch giant Gus Hansen falling to Krost earlier in the tournament.

Krost spent just $700 in qualifying for the Party Poker prize package and all of the cards just seemed to go his way throughout the tournament. Krost just recently graduated from university with degrees in psychology and finance but after his victory has revealed that he will be seeking a future in poker.

Rounding out the final table was:

3rd Sorel Mizzi - $637,500
4th Kosta Varoxis - $401,200
5th Peter Jetten - $312,000
6th Steve Friedlander - $222,900
7th Annette Obrestad - $156,000
8th Stephen Shelly - $111,400

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