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
Matthias Eibinger limped the small blind and Ben Heath raised to 21,000 from the big blind. Eibinger called, and then the [6hTdQsKhQc] board checked down to the river where Eibinger tabled his [KsTc] and Heath mucked.
Matthias Eibinger raised to 6,500 from under the gun and Ali Imsirovic called in the cutoff. From the button, Wai Kin Yong three-bet to 26,000. Eibinger folded, and Imsirovic called as the flop landed [5s7hKd]. Imsirovic checked, and Yong bet 18,000. Imsirovic called, and when the turn landed the [4h], he check-folded
From under the gun, four-time WPT Champions Club member Darren Elias raised to 2,500. Poker Masters Purple Jacket winner Sam Soverel called in the cutoff, as did Matthias Eibinger in the small blind. The [Kh2d8s5h7s] board checked through to the river where Eibinger bet 6,500. Elias called, and Soverel folded. Eibinger tabled
Matthias Eibinger raised the button to 22,000 and Sean Winter announced a three-bet to 77,000. Eibinger responded by announcing a four-bet totaling 370,000. Winter looked back at his cards and said, "One million." Winter called all in for 337,000 and tabled his [AdAh] to be in great shape against Eibinger's [AcKs]. The board
Anthony Zinno raised under the gun to 12,000 and Manig Loeser called on the button. From the big blind, Matthias Eibinger moved all in for 37,500, and after Zinno folded, Loeser called. Loeser: [9d8d] Eibinger: [KcJs] The board ran out [Ah8hTcQs5d] and Eibinger collected the double.
Matthias Eibinger raised to 10,000 in the cutoff and both Kahle Burns and Manig Loeser called in the blinds. The flop landed [Tc9h4s] and both Burns and Loeser checked to Eibinger who continued for 11,000. Burns check-raised to 35,000 and Loeser called as Eibinger mucked. The turn fell the [5d] and Burns