Monster Series drew to a conclusion on June 9th with another 18 events paying out a total of $847,027 to take the prize money awarded to $3,011,017, which would not have been possible without your fantastic support.
The Championship Events rounded off the series on Monster Series Day 8, let’s take a look at the three that kicked off at 18:00 CET yesterday.
$2.5M Gtd Monster Series: The Story So Far
Events remaining: 0
Prize money awarded: $3,011,017
$2.5M Gtd Monster Series Day 8 Recap
Monster Series #32-H: $200K Gtd Championship Event
Prize pool: $217,545
Places paid: 600
The Monster Series #32-H: $200K Gtd Championship Event on Monster Series Day 8 smashed through its guarantee by $17,545 after 4,469 players bought in. The prize money was shared among the top 600 finishers, with everyone at the final table winning no less than $2,064 for their $55 buy-in.
“JOKEbekr”, “Tier999111”, “Lasvegasss99” and “DiscoPanda8” all busted to leave only four players in the hunt for the title. Fourth place, and the last score not to be five-figures, went to “ZECAA” who collected $9,732.
Third-place went to Brazil’s “Biro88” who banked $14,945, which left Russia’s “ssn86” and “wasTheWalrus” of Bulgaria to fight it out heads-up for the title. It was a battle the Bulgarian won, getting their hands on $33,363 and resigning the runner-up to a $23,288 prize.
Monster Series #32-H: $50K Gtd Championship Event
Prize pool: $50,582
Places paid: 664
The $11 buy-in Monster Series #32-H: $50K Gtd Championship Event saw 5,188 players buy in and create a $50,582 prize pool on Monster Series Day 8.
Some 664 players were paid and nobody won more than Netherlands’ “Aal3xxs” who scooped the $7,742 top prize after a heads-up battle with “Nietzsche_Ninja” of the Netherlands, who returned home with $5,402.
All but two of the eight players at the final table turned their $11 into more than $1,000. “krispalm” and “xxxfifi87” were the first casualties of the final table and banked $475 and $739, before “ShaAArkK”, “pl1717”, “BigRock34” and “Rus4-20” all crashed out. A super result for all of them.
Monster Series #32-L: $10K Gtd Championship Event
Prize pool: $10,000
Places paid: 472
It may have only cost $2.20 to enter but the Monster Series #32-L: $10K Gtd Championship Event on Monster Series Day 8 awarded its champion a cool $1,545.
That champion was “lucasjansen2” of Brazil who defeated “java_2387” of Colombia heads-up in what was a battle of South America. The runner-up won $1,083 for their $2.20 initial investment.
Shout out to everyone else who navigated their way to the final table. Those finishing in third place through eighth were “gurapt”, “Serj_Amateur”, “flnlk”, “Vagabund_13”, “talica93” and “MQQQ123”.
$2.5M Gtd Monster Series Day 8 Results
|Monster Series #31-H: $75K Gtd 8-Max Grind||msdoser||$12,157|
|Monster Series #31-M: $15K Gtd 8-Max Grind||dapperrud||$2,377|
|Monster Series #31-L: $1.5K Gtd 8-Max Grind||Chikko66||$258|
|Monster Series #32-H: $200K Gtd Championship Event||wasTheWalrus||$33,363|
|Monster Series #32-M: $50K Gtd Championship Event||Aal3xxs||$7,742|
|Monster Series #32-L: $10K Gtd Championship Event||lucasjansen2||$1,545|
|Monster Series #33-H: $200K Gtd Championship Event PKO||anton733555||$23,153*|
|Monster Series #33-M: $50K Gtd 8-Max PKO||KB78-||$4,532*|
|Monster Series #33-L: $25K Gtd 8-Max PKO||patriicksb||$516*|
|Monster Series #34-H: $25K Gtd 8-Max Deepstack Turbo||crazychirz1||$6,155|
|Monster Series #34-M: $K10 Gtd 8-Max Deepstack Turbo||Ansel21||$2,269|
|Monster Series #34-L: $1K Gtd 8-Max Deepstack Turbo||GYPAS0007||$241|
|Monster Series #35-H: $50K Gtd 8-Max PKO Fast||Sandi88666||$7,821*|
|Monster Series #35-M: $10K Gtd 8-Max PKO Fast||LaurRaducan||$1,589*|
|Monster Series #35-L: $1K Gtd 8-Max PKO Fast||Doyoulikeit||$136*|
|Monster Series #36-H: $25K Gtd 6-Max PKO Battle Hyper||xMemphis3366||$4,726*|
|Monster Series #36-M: $10K Gtd 6-Max PKO Battle Hyper||Imba2Night||$1,592*|
|Monster Series #36-L: $1.5K Gtd 6-Max PKO Battle Hyper||tchuplicas||$220*|
*includes bounty payments
$500,000 Alias Race
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We will be giving away $500,000 over 24-hours to everyone who has changed their alias. More details can be found here.
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