“SimplyDgame77” was the biggest winner in the latest round of Monster Series events after shining bright in the final day of the $75,000 guaranteed 7-Max event. They weren’t the only champion, however, as five other partypoker won Monster Series tournaments.
Monster #07 – 7-Max: $75K Gtd
Prize pool: $75,000
The 7-Max event concluded with SimplyDgame77’s alias at the top of the standings. First-place in this $22 buy-in $75,000 guaranteed event weighed in at a cool $11,602.14
Everyone else at the seven-handed final table won at least $1,273.14 for their efforts. “Testoviron” banked this sum before “i_am_more_1” turned their $33 into $1,713.98.
Fifth-place and $2,406.04 went to “HightRoller” with “Shawn Mendes” collecting $3,513.24 for their fourth-place exit. Heads-up was set when “mats1996” busted in third, a finish worth a nice $5,232.77.
This left SimpyDgame77 and “repmasmorra89” as the last players standing. The former got the job done, resigning the runner-up to a $7,819.47 consolation prize which certainly isn’t to be sniffed at.
Monster #07 – Mini 7-Max: $7.5K Gtd
Prize pool: $7,500
|1||AA gudila kk||$1,171.54|
The Mini 7-Max also crowned its champion when “AA gudila kk” outlasted a 2,922 opponents over two days. Their reward? $1,171.54 for a $2.20 investment! Wow! You don’t have to spend a lot to win big at partypoker and this Monster Series champion is living proof.
The champion defeated “jav4248” heads-up to clinch the title. Second-place weighed in at $788.58, another superb return for such a low-stakes event.
Congratulations to everyone who reached the final table, a superb performance by all seven partypoker stars.
Monster #11 – PLO8: $2.5K Gtd
Prize pool: $3,325
The first PLO8 event of the Monster Series was a roaring success with 665 players turning out in force for the $5.50 edition. This resulted in a guarantee-busting $3,325 being created and “Red Fox” was the main beneficiary of the chunky prize poo.
Red Fox outwitted all the other players and became the latest Monster Series champion. Victory came with a $558.07 top prize, giving the champion a significant bankroll boost and plenty of ammunition for the rest of the Monster Series.
All but one of the seven finalists won more than $100, including “jumper” who scooped $419.78 for their second-place finish.
Monster #04 – Mini PLO: $250 Gtd
Prize pool: $250
The Mini PLO8 event only cost $0.55 to buy into, which 442-players did, yet paid out $47.09 to the eventual champion. That partypoker was none other than “nohagalo” who defeated “SEV_1987” heads-up in an exciting finale. SEV_1987, while disappointed not to emerge victoriously, can’t be too displeased with turning 55 cents into $34.91.
Monster #12 – Turbo Knockout: $30K Gtd
Prize pool: $31,620
PKO tournaments are great fun but those with turbo blind structures are off the scale. Chips go flying everywhere and Lady Luck takes care of the rest.
“Korvinmsk” was the only player with chips in front of them when the dust finally settled in this $11 buy-in $30,000 guaranteed affair. First-place came with a $1,945.42 prize from the main prize pool and an additional $1,376.41 from the bounty prize pool.
It was “AlexBukaev” who was this tournament’s runner-up, a valiant performance that resulted in a combined prize worth $2,314.59.
We have to give a special mention to seventh-place finisher “FishDonk” who bulldozed their way to the final table. They collected $398.04 worth of bounty payments, the most of any player except the champion, which is no mean feat. Those bounties were actually $117 more than what seventh-place paid!
Monster #12 – Mini Turbo Knockout: $3K Gtd
Prize pool: $3,000
“DeenMartin9999” took down the $1.10 Mini Turbo Knockout event and turned their tiny buy-in into a much more substantial $358.81. That prize was made up of $239.99 from the main prize pool and a further $118.82 payment from the bounty prize pool.
What Monster Series Events Take Place Today?
Saturday 7 November seems four brand new Monster Series events shuffle up and deal.
At 20:05 CET, the 8-Max Knockout and Mini 8-Max Knockout Day 1A kick off and cost $33 and $3.30 respectively. They feature massive guaranteed prize pools of $200,000 and $20,000.
Should things not go to plan, you can re-enter once during late registration or take another bite at the cherry at 20:05 on Sunday 8 November. Let’s hope you make it through to Monday’s Day 2 at the first attempt.
You can also get involved in two Hyper turbo events at 21:30 CET. They cost $0.55 and $5.50 to jump into and have guarantees of $750 and $7,500. The hyper-turbo blind structure means this pair of events will be done and dusted in a couple of hours, making them perfect for blowing off some steam!
|Time (GMT)||Time (CET)||Event||Buy-in|
|19:05||20:05||Monster #13 – 8-Max Knockout Day 1A: $200K Gtd||$33|
|19:05||20:05||Monster #13 – 8-Max Knockout Day 1A: $20K Gtd||$3.30|
|20:30||21:30||Monster #14 – Hyper: $7.5K Gtd||$5.50|
|20:30||21:30||Monster #14 – Mini Hyper: $750 Gtd||$0.55|
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