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Australia New Zealand Poker Tour

Launched in 2009, the Australia New Zealand Poker Tour (ANZPT) was a southern hemisphere poker tour operated by PokerStars. It ran for seven seasons before closing in 2015 after merging with the Asia-Pacific Poker Tour (APPT)

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Finished Tournaments

Winner Winning Hand Prize Runner-up Losing Hand
ANZPT Melbourne - - - - -
2015 ANZPT Sydney Jim Psaros Jim Psaros k ♥5 ♥ 183,000 AUD Emanuel Seal 8 ♥4 ♥
2015 ANZPT Perth Michael Kane Michael Kane 9 ♥9 ♠ 98,900 AUD Stephen McHugh k ♦10 ♦
2015 ANZPT Melbourne

The Hendon Mob

ANZPT Season 1

ANZPT AdelaideKarl Krautschneider$170,215
ANZPT SydneyParen Arzoomanian$246,500
ANZPT QueenstownDaniel Chevalier$87,435
ANZPT Gold CoastScott Kerr$168,075

ANZPT Season 2

The second season of the ANZPT had six stops between February and October 2010.

ANZPT AdelaideRennie Carnevale$165,900
ANZPT PerthTony Hachem$132,750
ANZPT SydneyAngelo Hanataj$219,432
ANZPT CanberraJason Gray$95,930
ANZPT Gold CoastNauv Kashyap$182,965
ANZPT MelbourneMartin Kozlov$195,700

ANZPT Season 3

ANZPT AdelaideOctavian Voegele$148,900
ANZPT PerthGrant Levy$131,500
ANZPT SydneyMichael Kanaan$195,714
ANZPT Gold CoastPeter Matusik$145,100
ANZPT CanberraXiuming Huang$73,600
ANZPT MelbourneLee Nelson$156,550
ANZPT DarwinJack Drake$36,480

ANZPT Season 4

ANZPT SydneyGordon Huntly$226,812
ANZPT PerthMathew Carlsson$78,275
ANZPT Queenstown SnowfestDavid Allan$110,600
ANZPT Melbourne Grand FinalSam Razavi$326,125

ANZPT Season 5

ANZPT MelbournePaul Hockin$101,275
ANZPT AucklandGeoff Smith$80,502
ANZPT PerthDejan Divkovic$114,000
ANZPT SydneyDinesh Alt$226,320
ANZPT MelbourneAnthony Hachem$181,460
ANZPT Queenstown SnowfestJonathan Bredin$93,600

ANZPT Season 6

ANZPT AucklandDavid Lim$110,760
ANZPT PerthPatrick Mahoney$120,000
ANZPT SydneyJoshua Redhouse$123,500
ANZPT MelbourneEdison Nguyen$217,500

ANZPT Season 7

ANZPT PerthMichael Kane$98,900
ANZPT SydneyJim Psaros$183,000
ANZPT MelbourneLin Shi$170,641

Absorbtion into APPT

In September 2015, it was announced that the Asia-Pacific Poker Tour would expand its presence in Australia and would therefore absorb the Australia New Zealand Poker Tour.