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Tim Duckworth

Tim Duckworth is a freelance writer, born in Australia but now residing in Las Vegas, Nevada. Follow him on Twitter at @tRaMSt0p.

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Timothy Adams Wins Inaugural Super High Roller Bowl Australia; Kahle Burns Finishes 2nd

The inaugural Super High Roller Bowl Australia event at The Star Gold Coast has been won by Canadian Timothy Adams, with Australian super star Kahle Burns finishing runner-up.

Charles Tsai Wins Australian Poker Tour Brisbane Main Event

Charles Tsai has topped the 954-entrant field to win the Australian Poker Tour Brisbane Main Event for $29,300 as Season 3 was launched at the Eatons Hill Hotel in Brisbane.

Michael Addamo Wins Australian Poker Open Main Event; Stephen Chidwick Crowned APO Champion

Australian poker rising star Michael Addamo has won the Australian Poker Open Main Event, while Stephen Chidwick was crowned the overall APO points champion.

Vincent Wan Wins 2020 Aussie Millions Main Event

Crown Melbourne local Vincent “Wonky” Wan has emerged victorious in the 2020 Aussie Millions Main Event, conquering a field of 820 entrants to claim the top prize of $1,318,000 of a final table deal.

Michael Addamo and Kahle Burns Claim Aussie Millions High Rollers

The 2020 Aussie Millions has produced strong fields for it's high roller events, with locals Michael Addamo and Kahle Burns taking down the $50k and $100k Challenge events for seven-figure scores.

Kahle Burns Wins partypoker MILLIONS UK Super High Roller

Australia's Kahle Burns continues to dominate the high stakes poker world with victory in the partypoker MILLIONS series in the United Kingdom worth US$350,000.

Kahle Burns and Connie Graham Win 2019 GPI Player of the Year Awards for Australia

Australia’s Kahle Burns has turned his monster year on the felt into the 2019 GPI Player of the Year award for Australia, along with Connie Graham who took out the Australian Female Player of the Year award.

Steven Zhou Wins WSOP International Circuit Sydney Main Event

Steven Zhou has topped a 1,124-entrant field to win the WSOP-C Sydney $2,200 Main Event for $260,904 after four-way deal that saw Edwin Chiu take home the most prize money with $269,550 for his third-place finish.