Aussie Millions History

Aussie Millions

The Aussie Millions is an iconic part of poker history and is as popular with players today as it ever has been. Do you know your Aussie Millions history? From Gus Hansen to Toby Lewis, via some of the best players in the world, the history of Aussie Millions will

Five Reasons to Watch the Australian Poker Open

5 Reasons to Watch the Australian Poker Open

January is typically one of the best months of the year to visit the land Down Under. With the Aussie Open tennis championships taking place in Melbourne every year, they have been joined by the ATP Cup in the past week. For poker players, the lure of the Aussie Millions

U.S. Poker Open 2020 Dates & $100,000 Prize Pool Announced for High Roller of the Year

High Roller of the Year 2020

The 2020 High Roller of the Year competition as well as the dates for the 2020 U.S. Poker Open have been announced. Inaugurated in 2018, the High Roller of the Year award is based on points multipliers gained through performance at Poker Central’s premier events including the U.S. Poker Open,

Best Poker Christmas Gift Ideas 2019

Poker Christmas List

What is the best present to buy a poker player for Christmas? If you know a poker player and are looking for the top Christmas gift idea, then you've come to the right place. Christmas gifts for poker players in 2019 are vastly different to the ones they might have been

Best Australian Poker Players

The best Australian Poker Players of all-time include Joe Hachem, Jeff Lisandro, James Obst, and Kahle Burns.

Ever since Joe Hachem raised his hands to the sky with the Australian flag in his hands to celebrate winning the World Series of Poker Main Event win in 2005, Australia has been firmly on the international map as far as poker talent goes. There were those that came before

Australian Poker Open & Super High Roller Bowl Australia Come to PokerGO

The Australian Poker Open and Super High Roller Bowl Australia are coming to PokerGO!

Today, Poker Central announced further expansion of its premier poker events to Australia, with the creation of Super High Roller Bowl Australia and the Australian Poker Open, slated for January 2020. The Australian Poker Open will begin on January 25th and continue through February 1, while Super High Roller Bowl Australia