Sunday 6th October saw four Monster Series Main Events crown their champions. Each of those players turned a small investment into a much larger score.
Take a look at “Carcara” who emerged victoriously from the $0.11 buy-in Monster Series Main Event. This tournament had $1,000 up for grabs and they got their hands on $124.94 for that tiny initial buy-in! Let us check out what happened in the four Monster Series Main Events.
Monster Series #45-L: $1K Gtd Main Event PKO
- Buy-in: $0.11
- Entrants: 2,027
- Prize pool: $1,000
- Places paid: 280
A field of 2,027 players turned out for the Monster Series #45-L: $1K Gtd Main Event PKO when 10,000 were needed for the guarantee to be hit, meaning we added more than $800 to the prize pool to ensure $1,000 was up for grabs.
“Carcara” took full advantage of the overlay by becoming the last player standing. Our champion netted $116.03 from the main prize pool plus $8.91 worth of bounties. The runner-up also secured a three-figure prize, “Valiant_M” walked away with cash totalling $120.79 which is pretty incredible considering they only spent $0.11 to buy in!
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Monster Series #45-M: $7.5K Gtd Main Event PKO
- Buy-in: $1.10
- Entrants: 3,233
- Prize pool: $7,500
- Places paid: 408
The $1.10 buy-in Monster Series #45-L: $1K Gtd Main Event PKO event was another with superb value after 3,233 players bought in. Despite only costing $1.10 the prize pool weighed in at $7,500 and all but one of the eight finalist won more than $120.
Nobody won more than “lookin2022” who topped the massive field. First place saw $704.40 awarded from the main prize pool plus an additional $177.04 worth of bounties. That bounty payment contained the price on “diki kot”’s head who finished in second place for a combined $739.29.
Even the third-place finish “Bossman132599” hauled in $456.97 despite only spending $1.10 for the chance of Monster Series Main Event glory.
Monster Series #45-M: $30K Gtd Main Event PKO
- Buy-in: $5.50
- Entrants: 5,139
- Prize pool: $30,000
- Places paid: 664
Even larger prizes were won in the Monster Series #45-M: $30K Gtd Main Event PKO event which had a $5.50 buy-in but a huge $30,000 prize pool. The lion’s share of this princely sum went to “Random Play” who won an impressive combined prize weighing in at $2,512.64.
Random Play defeated “dra8on8” heads-up for the title, but the runner-up had $2,361.15 reasons to be happy with outlasting all but one of the 5,139 entrants.
Both the third-place and fourth-place finishers also netted a four-figure prize. “SBVru77” busted in third-place and won $1,446.80 while “finaaal” scooped $1,120.95 for their mere $5.50 entry.
Monster Series #45-H: $100K Gtd Main Event PKO
- Buy-in: $22
- Entrants: 6,456
- Prize pool: $135,576
- Place paid: 856
$100,000 was guaranteed in the Monster Series #45-H: $100K Gtd Main Event PKO ut thanks to 6,456 players exchanging $22 for the chance of glory, a $135,576 prize pool was created. The Monster-sized prize pool was shared half among the top 856 finishers and the other half on the heads of each of the entrants.
“RickyBoy1990” was the player who came out from the battle unscathed, doing so with a cool $11,243.20 for their $22 buy-in. They busted “LiskamKanata” heads-up to resign the runner-up to a $10,205.73 consolation prize.
The prize pool was so vast that it saw all eight finalists secure at least $1,398.92, showing you everyone can win big at partypoker.
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