The trio of High Roller KO Series events crowned their champions on January 13 and it was “handsomeguy843” who secured the largest prize of the evening, one weighing in at more than $55,000.
Keep reading to discover who else won big on January 13 and which massive events you can get your teeth into today.
KO Series #18 – High Roller: $250K Gtd Final Table Results
handsomeguy843 took down the $2,100 High Roller event and saw his bankroll swell by $55,017. The champion outlasted 124 opponents to become a KO Series champion, including “ItHasLowEV”, the tournament’s runner-up.
Our champion’s haul was made up of $23,221 for finishing in first place plus an additional $31,796 from the bounty prize pool. They sent five opponents to the showers on their way to victory before claiming their own bounty payment.
Both the runner-up and third-place finisher, “BringTheDeuce”, benefited from the PKO format. They both scooped five-figures worth of scalps in this event. ItHasLowEv won $16,234 worth of bounties and BringTheDeuce $13,531!
KO Series #18 – Mini High Roller: $100K Gtd Final Table Results
The $215 buy-in Mini High Roller was taken down by “yeetafoe” for $15,413. All eyes were on Team partypoker’s Dzmitry Urbanovich at the start of Day 2 with the Polish star being eighth in chips at the restart. Urbanovich couldn’t get going and had to make do with a 19th place finish worth $1,228.
yeetafoe certainly got out of second gear and became a worthy champion. Nobody eliminated more opponents than the champion as he got his hands on 12 scalps. That dozen eliminations saw yeetafoe’s $7,145 top prize increase by $8,268.
Sixth-place finisher “furikuri” also busted 12 opponents which boosted their $1,675 prize with an additional $1,976.
KO Series #18 – Micro High Roller: $50K Gtd Final Table Results
$50,000 was paid out in the $22 Micro High Roller and a significant chunk of that pot is now nestled safely in the partypoker account of “Final1st”. They bested a 2,015-strong field and won a combined prize worth $5,730, a healthy return on a $2 investment.
Final1st’s bounty haul came in at $2,124 and was so large because they managed to eliminated “subelperro” when the tournament was heads-up. Our second-place finisher busted an incredible 27 opponents before falling resulting in a $1,206 bounty payment hitting their account.
Other KO Series Results From January 13
“Labasrytas” was one of January 13th’s big winner courtesy of triumphing in the $109 KO Series #19 Big Turbo Battle event. Victory came with bragging rights plus a welcomed $10,443 in prize money.
- Labasrytas – first-place in the $109 KO Series #19 Big Turbo Battle for $10,443
- Ramazzotti – first-place in the $55 KO Series Deepstack 8-Max Fast for $6,999
- furikuri – first-place in the $162 KO Series 7-Max Turbo for $6,668
- Fletch13355 – first-place in the $16.50 KO Series 7-Max Turbo for $2,380
- rekoPrestaM – first-place in the $11 KO Series #19 Mini Turbo Battle for $2,175
- Yrichs – first-place in the $5.50 KO Series Mini Deepstack 8-Max Fast for $1,092
- el_animal – first-place in the $1.10 KO Series #19 Micro Turbo Battle for $312
- Stebz – first-place in the $1.65 KO Series Micro 7-Max Turbo for $192
- drunk_bulbash – first-place in the $0.55 KO Series Micro Deepstack 8-Max Fast for $68
KO Series Events Scheduled For January 14
January 14 sees some fantastic events on the KO Series schedule. Things kick off with a trio of 6-Max events at 16:05 GMT and conclude with three 6-Max Turbo tournaments starting at 22:05 GMT.
Sandwiched between these tournaments are the eagerly anticipated Warm Up events at 19:05 GMT. They feature a trio of starting flights, which cost $320, $33, and $3.30. Guarantees for the Warm Up events weigh in at $200,000, $100,000, and $10,000 respectively.
Day 1B shuffles up and deals at the same time on January 15 with the third and final flight starting at the slightly earlier time of 16:05 GMT on January 16.
|16:05||KO Series – 6-Max: $50K Gtd||$109|
|16:05||KO Series – Mini 6-Max: $20K Gtd||$11|
|16:05||KO Series – Micro 6-Max: $1.5K Gtd||$1.10|
|19:05||KO Series #20 – Warm Up Day 1A: $200K Gtd||$320|
|19:05||KO Series #20 – Mini Warm Up Day 1A: $100K Gtd||$33|
|19:05||KO Series #20 – Micro Warm Up Day 1A: $10K Gtd||$3.30|
|22:05||KO Series 6-Max Turbo: $40K Gtd||$215|
|22:05||KO Series Mini 6-Max Turbo: $40K Gtd||$22|
|22:05||KO Series Micro 6-Max Turbo: $40K Gtd||$2.20|
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