Day 4 of the $2.7 million Monster Series saw another 15 champions crowned and another $280,530 in prize money paid out despite the tournaments’ buy-ins ranging between $0.44 and a still affordable $33.
The total prize money awarded now stands at almost $1.5 million with another 63 events still to play, including the $300,000 guaranteed Monster #38-High Championship Event on Sunday 6th May, which incredibly only costs $33 to enter.
The fourth day of Monster Series action saw all tournaments played on six-handed tables, with some of the events held later in the day having faster and even turbo blind structures. Keep reading to see which partypoker players won big on Day 4 of Monster Series and what exciting events are scheduled for Day 5.
Monster Series: The Story So Far
- Event played: 60
- Events remaining: 63
- Money awarded: $1,431,445
Monster Series Day 1 Highlights
Monster #18-High: $100K Gtd 6-Max
- Buy-in: $33
- Entries: 2,597
- Prize pool: $100,000
- ITM: 372
The biggest haul of cash on Day 5 went to “Wall2Wall3bet” courtesy of them winning Monster #18-High: $100K Gtd 6-Max. This event saw 2,597 players compete for the $100,000 prize pool and it was Wall2Wall3bet who emerged victorious and claimed a cool $12,489.
Wall2Wall3bet defeated “Dir_martins” heads-up for the title with the latter receiving $9,491 for their $33 investment.
Monster #17-High: $50K Gtd 6-Max
- Buy-in: $27
- Entries: 2,099
- Prize pool: $51,530
- ITM: 300
Monster #17-High: $50K Gtd 6-Max saw it guarantee beaten thanks to 2,099 players turning out for the $27 buy-in event. The $51,530 prize pools was shared among the top 300 finishers, with everyone at the six-handed final table walking away with at least $1,050.
“SSuperMaza” got their hands on the lion’s share of the prize pool, $6,700 to be exact, by being the last player standing. Runner-up “Al_Magellan” collected a hefty $5,153, a great score for only a $27 buy-in, showing how much value there is in the Monster Series tournaments.
Monster #16-High: $25K Gtd 6-Max
- Buy-in: $22
- Entries: 1,457
- Prize pool: $29,140
- ITM: 204
“i4BeAtU” turned $22 into $4,371 by coming out on top of 1,457 entries in the Monster #16-High: $25K Gtd 6-Max. The guarantee was beaten by some $4,140 and i4BeAtU took full advantage of their being a chunky prize pool by navigating their way to a superb first-place finish/
“v1garista” was the tournament’s runner-up, a finish worth $3,107 while “VaiQB” bust in third-place and added $2,418 to their partypoker bankroll.
Monster Series Events Running Today
Another 15 Monster Series events are scheduled for today, Thursday 3rd May, that have buy-ins ranging from $0.44 up to $33. Weigh up all of the guaranteed prize pools and they are worth a cool $267,500.
Each of today’s events are exciting in their own right, but some of the highlights include the $25,000 guaranteed, for a $22 buy-in, at 15:00 CET, the $50,000 guaranteed, for a $27 buy-in, at 17:00 CET and the massive $100,000 guaranteed at 19:00 CET that costs $33 to enter.
All of today’s events are played as as no-limit hold’em tournaments on eight-handed tables with the events starting later on the schedule having faster and even turbo blind structures for even more excitement.. Will you become a Monster Series champion today?
|15:00||Monster #21-Low: $1K Gtd||$0.88|
|15:00||Monster #21-Mid: $5K Gtd||$4.40|
|15:00||Monster #21-High: $25K||$22|
|17:00||Monster #22-Low: $2.5K Gtd||$1.10|
|17:00||Monster #22-Mid: $10K Gtd||$5.50|
|17:00||Monster #22-High: $50K Gtd||$27|
|19:00||Monster #23-Low: $5K Gtd||$1.50|
|19:00||Monster #23-Mid: $25K Gtd||$7.50|
|19:00||Monster #23-High: $100K Gtd||$33|
|21:00||Monster #24-Low: $1K Gtd Fast||$0.66|
|21:00||Monster #24-Mid: $5K Gtd Fast||$3.30|
|21:00||Monster #24-High: $25K Gtd Fast||$16.50|
|23:00||Monster #25-Low: $500 Gtd Turbo||$0.44|
|23:00||Monster #25-Mid: $2.5K Gtd Turbo||$2.20|
|23:00||Monster #25-High: $10K Gtd Turbo||$11|
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