The weather outside may be freezing but the KO Series action at partypoker is red hot. The series continued on December 29 with three events crowning their champions, one of who was “SunTzu” who shone brightly in the $530 Super Six event.
SunTzu was one of 280 players who bought into this superbly structured tournament a couple of days ago and now they are a KO Series champion. Victory saw the champion get their hands on the $11,925 top prize plus a massive bounty payment of $18,234.
The champion defeated “ITSBAKINGDAVE” heads-up to secure top spot. Our runner-up walked away with $11,908 from the main prize pool plus an additional $1,968 from the bounty prize pool.
Each of the remaining finalists secured prizes in excess of $3,500 for their efforts. Third-place finisher “Crixus-the-Gaul” reeled in a combined prize worth $11,026, which will go some way to numbing the pain of taking this event down.
KO Series #03 – Super Six Final Table Results
KO Series #03 – Mini Super Six Final Table Results
The Mini Super Six may have only cost $55 to enter but it paid its champion a total prize worth $8,565. That champion was “Lupittamancueba” who outlasted 1,615 opponents to become a KO Series champion.
Lupittamancueba brushed aside “VAVAEPIC” heads-up, resigning the runner-up to a $6,171 consolation prize, which is still a superb return on a $55 investment.
Everyone else who navigated their way to the official seven-handed final table won more than $1,200 for their $55 investment, showing you don’t have to spend a lot to win big at partypoker.
KO Series #03 – Micro Super Six Final Table Results
“HeNTho0z” took down the Micro Super Six event, emerging victoriously after playing their way through a bumper crowd of 2,701 opponents. Victory weighed in at $1,447 which is pretty incredible considering the tournament only cost $5.50 to enter. In terms of buy-ins, that equates to 263 buy-ins won! This definitely gives “HeNTh0z” the ammunition to play in the upcoming Main Events.
We have to give a shoutout to team partypoker’s Patrick Leonard who chopped the $215 buy-in 7-Max Hyper side event. Leonard busted in second place but not before locking up a combined prize worth $4,089.
KO Series Events Scheduled For December 30
December 30 sees Day 2 of the three High Roller events take place at 19:05 GMT.
“SpaceyFCB” leads the final 17 players from 145 starters in the $1,050 buy-in edition with “jsmackers” leading the $109 Mini edition. Only 37 of the 809 starters remain in that competition. “ToKolPo” is the player to catch in the $11 Micro High Roller where 88 of the 2,688 starters remain in contention for the title.
SPINS Your Way to KO Series Tickets
A full raft of KO Series satellites running through the series but you may want to also check out the KO Series SPINS They only cost $10 to enter yet award either $20 cash or KO Series tickets worth between $33 and $2,100!
|16:05||KO Series – Mix-Max: $60K Gtd||$162|
|16:05||KO Series – Mini Mix-Max: $25K Gtd||$16.50|
|16:05||KO Series – Micro Mix-Max: $2.5K Gtd||$1.65|
|19:05||KO Series #05 – Turbo Seven: $100K Gtd||$320|
|19:05||KO Series #05 – Mini Turbo Seven: $30K Gtd||$33|
|19:05||KO Series #05 – Micro Turbo Seven: $5K Gtd||$3.30|
|22:05||KO Series – 6-Max Hyper Battle: $25K Gtd||$109|
|22:05||KO Series – Mini 6-Max Hyper Battle: $10K Gtd||$11|
|22:05||KO Series – Micro 6-Max Hyper Battle: $1K Gtd||$1.10|
There are also loads of KO Series satellites running each day, giving you the chance to turn a small investment into a major poker title and a bankroll-boosting prize.
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