A quick sample of some stats from the recently finished micro millions for a number of countries. I have set the baseline stat for all results so that Australia is 1. So for example, if a country has twice as many entrants as Australia, they score 2. If they make half as many final tables, then they score 0.5 The countries I have looked at are Russia, Germany, Canada, the UK, and Australia. Participants. Australia had 26,637 participants. Russia: 7.48 Germany: 4.92 Canada: 3.56 UK: 2.79 Australia: 1 Events won by nation Australia won only one event, which is a bit smaller then anticipated, by mainly a sample size issue. Had we won instead, 0 or 2, stats would be way out Russia: 23 Germany: 13 Canada: 3 UK: 8 Australia: 1 This sample suggests that Canada has had it rigged against them, since they had more participants then the UK, but the UK won nearly 3 times as many bracelets. Final Tables Australia had 20 final tables (one of them mine) /humble brag Russia: 6.45 Germany: 4.05 Canada: 2.55 UK: 2.15 Australia: 1 This sample shows that compared to the other nations, Australians made a higher % of final tables then all of these countries. Cashes Australia had 3323 cashes, 18 of which were mine Russia: 7.41 Germany: 5.34 Canada: 3.86 UK: 3.11 Australia: 1 These numbers ran fairly close to the entrants numbers, i.e there is no rigging of pokerstars toward a certain nationality. Summary: That was a fun way to kill 10 minutes, no rigging shown, only major potential flaw is within the bracelet count, which is predominately due to a low sample size. Had one more Aussie won a bracelet, then it would have been a big difference having 100% more winners of course.