Day 3 of the $10 million guaranteed KO Series saw another 28 champions crowned and $991,509 of prize money awarded to those finishing in the money places. This takes the total events played up to 85 and a cool $4,562,392 of prize money distributed.

Team partypoker’s Roberto “WelshWizard” Romanello came agonisingly close to winning his first KO Series title, let’s see what happened in that event.

The $10 Million Guaranteed KO Series So Far

Events played: 85
Events remaining: 141
Prize money awarded: $4,562,392

KO Series #13-HR: $200K Gtd 6-Max

  • Entrants:193
  • Buy-in: $1,050
  • Prize pool: $200,000
  • ITM: 24

Roberto “WelshWizard” Romanello gave himself a confidence and bankroll boost by outlasting all but one of the 193 entrants in the KO Series #13-HR: $200K Gtd 6-Max on June 5th.

Romanello navigated his way to the final table where he locked up at least $3,985 for his efforts and eventually found himself heads-up having sent four opponents for a early bath en route. These four bounties netted Romanello $5,833. Our hero, however, could not claim a fifth bounty and he bust in second-place for $15,942 in prize money.

“Malapisk” was Romanello’s nemesis. Their victory banked them a cool $24,816 plus an additional $23,302 in bounty payments.

Place Player Prize Bounty prize
1 Malapisk $24,816 $23,302
2 Roberto “WelshWizard” Romanello $15,942 $5,833
3 olajosoposszum $11,209 $4,696
4 Drulitooo $8,120 $4,550
5 z-boooo $5,978 $1,040
6 smilethenclick $3,985 $1,430

KO Series #12-HR: $100K Gtd

  • Entrants: 202
  • Buy-in: $530
  • Prize pool: $103,525
  • b: 32

Romanello made it deep in the KO Series #12-HR: $100K Gtd event, but saw his luck run out to finish in 20th place for $631. Surprisingly, the Team partypoker star managed to finish 20th without the need to bust an opponent.

One player who was eliminating foes for fun was “Schwartzy” who was solely responsible for the exits of 11 players on their way to a third-place finish. This meant Schwartzy collected $5,327 from the main prize pool and the exact same amount worth of bounties!

Congratulations to “spinner2255” who was the player to emerge victorious. This win netted spinner2255 $10,296 plus an impressive $13,695 worth of bounty payments.

Place Player Prize Bounty prize
1 spinner2255 $10,296 $13,695
2 MarkAVella $7,474 $1,771
3 Schwartzy $5,327 $5,327
4 Chemicl-Mind $3,939 $1,607
5 unataktik $2,777 $2,961
6 Nuts-vs-5thNuts $2,121 $1,689
7 snowroll $1,565 $1,312
8 b0b_z00m $1,161 $262

KO Series #13-H: $100K Gtd 6-Max

  • Entrants: 483
  • Buy-in: $215
  • Prize pool: $100,000
  • ITM: 60

KO Series #13-H: $100K Gtd 6-Max saw 483 players take to the partypoker virtual felt and it was “Nano520” who was the last player standing. Nano520 bust nine opponents on their way to victory, including runner-up “theworst94” to secure $10,351 worth of bounties to go with their $9,467 first-place prize.

theworst94 actually bust the most players on the way to their second-place finish with 11 casualties in total.

Place Player Prize Bounty prize
1 Nano520 $9,467 $10,351
2 theworst94 $7,027 $2,105
3 chadi6969 $5,051 $265
4 Netto135 $3,562 $1,502
5 andstar555 $2,537 $2,367
6 ch1ck3nrobb3rr $1,610 $1,575

What lies in store on Day 4 of the KO Series?

Another 28 KO Series events shuffle up between 16:00 CET and 00:00 CET on Wednesday 6th June with total combined guarantees worth $831,500 to play for. There’s a nice blend of eight-handed and six-handed events with standard and smooth blind structures and buy-ins range from only $1.10 up to $1,050.

Some of the highlights of Day 4 include:

  • KO Series #17-HR: $100K Gtd Smooth costing $530 to enter at 18:00 CET
  • KO Series #18-HR: $100K Gtd costing $1,050 to enter at 20:00 CET
  • KO Series #19-H: $50K Gtd 6-Max Smooth Fast costing $109 to enter at 22:00 CET

The $25,000 Leaderboards are in full swing and it is “NHONHOj6” who is in pole position having bust an incredible 166 opponents in the events they have played. “SoloisticChain”, who has 160 scalps to their name, is hot on their heels. Seven other players have eliminated more than 100 players each, including “NeclordDoom” on 124 and “Pasmaukes” on 120.

Check out the current KO Series Leaderboard rankings here.

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