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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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Jonathan Karamalikis Wins WSOP International Circuit Sydney High Roller

Jonathan Karamalikis defeated a 53-entrant field to win the WSOP-C Sydney $20,000 High Roller for $377,625 for his second major title of 2019, moving his lifetime tournament earnings to over US$4.63 million.

Kahle Burns Wins Poker Masters Event for US$416,500

Australian Kahle Burns continues to announce himself on the world poker stage after victory in the Poker Masters US$25,000 No-Limit Hold’em Event for US$416,500 in prize money.

Australia’s Robert Campbell Crowned 2019 WSOP Player of the Year

On the back of his two WSOP bracelets and 13 cashes, Robert Campbell is officially the 2019 WSOP Player of the Year, but not before plenty of controversy after Daniel Negreanu was incorrectly declared the WSOP POTY.

Kahle Burns Claims Second Bracelet at WSOP Europe

A whirlwind week for Kahle Burns at WSOP Europe has seen the Australian claim his second WSOP bracelet after defeating Germany’s Manig Loeser heads-up to win the €2,500 Short Deck Event for €101,834.

Kahle Burns Wins First Bracelet at WSOP Europe for €596,883

Australian Kahle Burns has won his first WSOP bracelet after winning the WSOP Europe Platinum High Roller for €596,883 at a star-studded final table that included a three-handed battle with Sam Trickett and reigning World Champion Hossein Ensan.

Hari Varma Wins Inaugural WPT Australia

The first ever WPT Australia has been won by Hari Varma after he topped the 658-entrant field at The Star Gold Coast to capture the $274,247 first-place prize.

Germany’s Hossein Ensan Crowned WSOP Main Event Champion

The second largest WSOP Main Event in history has been won by Germany’s Hossein Ensan who topped the 8,569-player field to capture the US$10 million first-place prize and title of 2019 World Champion.

Robert Campbell Wins Second WSOP Bracelet; Leads WSOP POTY

In the span of just 17 days, Robert Campbell has won two WSOP bracelets after collecting his second in the Event #67: US$10,000 Stud Hi-Lo Championship for US$385,763. He also now leads the WSOP Player of the Year race.