The trio of KO Series Super Seven events crowned their champions on January 5 and it was “CanadaLuckBox” who got their hands on the largest prize of the evening.
A seven-handed format was a welcomed change of pace for the 319 players who bought into this event. Those entrants created a $159,500 prize pool, which surpassed the advertised $150,000 guarantee.
By the time the final table was set, nobody could or would take home less than $3,600 with the bounty element included. “SentaaPua” was the first finalist to head to the showers, their exit in seventh place turning their $530 investment into a $3,655.
“WeetaBIX2959” crashed out in sixth before “bite_me” but the dust in fifth place, a finish worth $6,906. Fourth-place and $7,607 went to “chu_anesse” before “MrWozza” scooped the first five-figure prize of the event, namely $13,015 when they ran out of steam in third.
Heads-up pitted the CanadaLuckBox against “Joe Panini” and it was the former who emerged from the battle victoriously. CanadaLuckBox’s victory resulted in a $25,512 prize winging its way to their account. The man named after a sandwich collected $13,173 for their runner-up finish.
KO Series #10 – Super Seven: $150K Gtd Final Table Results
KO Series #10 – Mini Super Seven: $75K Gtd Final Table Results
Our Mini editions of KO Series events continue to prove extremely popular with the $55 Mini Super Seven smashing its $75,000 guarantee by almost 160 entries. This juicy prize pool meant everyone at the final table received a four-figure prize for their $55 initial investment.
“Massh”, “INDOMIE_GORENG” and “PaprenG4G” busted in seventh place through fifth before “m8knrunz” impressive run finished in a fourth-place exit worth $2,468 with bounty payments included.
The tournament reached the heads-up stage when “i2Strong4U” proved not to be too strong for their other two opponents. Although disappointed not to win this event, the third-place finisher padded their bankroll with $4,362 which will go some way to numbing the pain.
“TeamDust95” and “Bashkan” locked horns in the final battle of the tournament. Both locked up more than $5,100 from the main prize pool but the bounty payments were now sky high in comparison to the tournament’s buy-in.
Bashkan got the job done and added $4,237 worth of bounties to their $5,172 main prize. TeamDust95’s $5,163 main prize pool haul was boosted by $1,727 worth of bounty payments.
KO Series #10 – Micro Super Seven: $15K Gtd Final Table Results
“vladeos” must have woken up this morning full of the joys of spring after seeing their $5.50 buy-in multiply by almost 320. Their reward for topping a field of 2,415 players was a combined prize weighing in at $1,754, which is huge for a $5.50 entry.
“LB Nuts” was this tournament’s runner-up. Second place paid out $1,063, only $4 less than the champion’s payout but the bounties seriously came into play. The champ’s bounty payment was worth $687 while the runner-up scooped an additional $52.
Other KO Series Results
- BountyBuilder – first-place in the $109 7-Max: $50K Gtd for $8,499
- Nickyfingaz – first-place in the $162 6-Max Turbo: $30K Gtd for $7,912
- ReiLuan – first-place in the $11 7-Max Mini: $20K Gtd for $2,313
- Parkiupokeris – first-place in the $16.50 Mini 6-Max Turbo: $15K Gtd for $2,245
- c00l0ne – first-place in the $1.65 Micro 6-Max Turbo: $1.5K Gtd for $208
- Ritchy33 – first-place in the $1.10 7-Max Micro: $1.5K Gtd for $178
KO Series Events Scheduled For January 6
|16:05||KO Series – 8-Max: $50K Gtd||$215|
|16:05||KO Series – Mini 8-Max: $30K Gtd||$22|
|16:05||KO Series – Micro 8-Max: $3K Gtd||$2.20|
|19:05||KO Series #11 – High Roller: $200K Gtd Day 2|
|19:05||KO Series #11 – Mini High Roller: $100K Gtd Day 2|
|19:05||KO Series #11 – Micro High Roller: $50K Gtd Day 2|
|19:05||KO Series #12 – Turbo Mix: $100K Gtd||$320|
|19:05||KO Series #12 – Mini Turbo Mix: $50K Gtd||$33|
|19:05||KO Series #12 – Micro Turbo Mix: $5K Gtd||$3.30|
|22:05||KO Series – 7-Max Hyper: $25K Gtd||$109|
|22:05||KO Series – Mini 7-Max Hyper: $10K Gtd||$11|
|22:05||KO Series – Micro 7-Max Hyper: $750 Gtd||$1.10|
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