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Super Daily Legends Give You A Better Chance of Winning Big
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Our Daily Legends tournaments continue to be extremely popular thanks, in part, to their fantastic structures. How do you improve something that resonates so well with you, our valued players? You supersize them, of course! Super Daily Legends are now a thing and we can’t wait to see you compete in them. We’re supercharging a different Daily Legends tournament every week, which means keeping the same buy-in but giving the guarantee a massive boost! Daily Legends give you a better chance to reach the money places because the limited re-entries and reduced late registration significantly level the playing field. Super Daily Legends give you a better chance to win a share of an even larger prize pool and do so without the need to grind until the early hours of the next day. Get Ready For The $50,000 Guaranteed Super Titan You don’t have long to wait to play in your first Super Daily Legend tournament because one is coming your way on February 16. The Super Titan shuffles up and deals at 19:05 GMT on February 16 and guarantees the prize pool will reach at least $50,000 for your $33 buy-in. Only a single re-entry is permitted in the Super Titan and it must be made before the end of the eighth level when late registration slams shut. You sit down with a generous starting stack of 50,000 chips and play to an eight-minute clock where the blinds start at 250/500/65a. You’ll still have more than 30 big blinds in your arsenal even if you leave it to the last minute to register the structure is that good. Win Your Super Titan Seat For Only $3.30 We want as many of you as possible to sample the delights of the Super Titan so you’ll find plenty of $3.30 satellites waiting for you in the lobby. Select the “Satellites” filter under the “Daily Legends” tab and search for “Super Titan” to bring them all up. They have up to 10 Super Titan seats guaranteed, which is pretty cool for a meagre $3.30 investment. Love poker? Join party! If you’re ready to jump into the action, then click here to download partypoker and get started! If you already have an account with us, click here to open partypoker and hit the tables!
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You’re Invited to a LOVE PARTY and There Are Prizes Galore!
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We are throwing a LOVE PARTY and every partypoker player is invited to join in festivities. There are sackfuls of mystery prizes to be won every day, plus weekly prizes too. Love Party? You bet you do! We’re spreading the love from February 11 right through to March 3, that 21 days of non-stop partying. Each day sees a new LOVE PARTY mission find its way to your partypoker account. Opt-in, complete the mission and receive a mystery prize. LOVE PARTY Missions Missions are super simple and include tasks such as winning a hand with ace-king so you should have no worries about completing all 21 LOVE PARTY missions and bagging 21 prizes. Mystery prizes for completing LOVE PARTY missions include $0.25 and $1 SPINS tickets, and MILLIONS Online tickets worth between $1.10 and $55. There are also tickets to the daily LOVE PARTY freerolls that have $1,000 worth of tickets guaranteed to be won. These LOVE PARTY freerolls kick off each day at 19:00 GMT. Prize Probability LOVE PARTY ticket 70% $0.25 SPINS ticket 10% $1 SPINS ticket 13% $1.10 MILLIONS Online ticket 4% $5.50 MILLIONS Online ticket 1% $11 MILLIONS Online ticket 1% $55 MILLIONS Online ticket 1% Reload Your Account And Receive A Weekly Prize With MILLIONS Online right around the corner, you may be considering reloading your account so you can play in the plethora of satellites and the MILLIONS Online events. We want to give you a bonus when you make a deposit into your partypoker account. There are three special bonus codes for you to use, one for each week of the LOVE PARTY promotion, and each one awards a mystery prize. You can use each code once, which means three guaranteed prizes finding their way to your account. LOVE PARTY Deposit Bonus Codes Dates Deposit Code February 11-17 LOVEPOKER February 18-24 JOINPARTY February 25 – March 3 LOVEPARTY LOVE PARTY Deposit Bonuses Prize Probability LOVE PARTY ticket 50% $1 SPINS ticket 30% $1.10 MILLIONS Online ticket 12% $5 cash 5% $11 MILLIONS Online ticket 2% $50 cash 1% Love poker? Join party! If you’re ready to jump into the action, then click here to download partypoker and get started! If you already have an account with us, click here to open partypoker and hit the tables!
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Your Last Chance To Enter KO Series Weekender Events
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What are your plans for this very cold, wintery Sunday? Your plans should involve playing at least one of the trio of The Weekender KO Series events. Day 1C of The Weekender comes in three buy-in levels: $530, $55, and $5.50. Two starting flights are already in the books with the third and final one shuffling up and dealing at 16:05 GMT on January 10. “i2Strong4U” is the player to catch in the $530 buy-in $400,000 guaranteed Weekender. They finished with 1,901,405 chips and having racked up more than $1,300 worth of bounty payments. The $55 buy-in $100,000 guaranteed Mini Weekender has already blown its guarantee out of the water. There’s $141,800 in the prize pool right now and that figure will swell with the completion of Day 1C. “Jackyboy96” leads the way after two flights having turned their 100,000 starting stack into a colossal 3,107,448. They already have $193.75 worth of bounty payments in their partypoker account meaning they’re freerolling towards a potentially massive prize. The $5.50 buy-in $15,000 guaranteed Micro Weekender is in a similar position to the $55 Mini in that the guarantee has already been surpassed. There’s $17,839 in the prize pool at the time of writing and “CobyUST” is the player in pole position with two of the three flights completed. They have 3,037,047 chips in their stack and $25.15 worth of bounties on their head. A big score looms for them and the chasing pack. KO Series Events Scheduled For January 10 There are plenty of tournaments to get your teeth into on January 10. We’ve already mentioned the trio of Weekender events at 16:05 GMT. Three hours later, at 19:05 GMT, Day 2 of the Big Omaha Hi-Lo, Mini Omaha Hi-Low, and Micro Omaha Hi-Lo kick off. We can’t wait to see which players are crowned champions of this fun, exciting format. The huge One Shot ($400,000 Gtd), Mini One Shot ($200,000 Gtd), and Micro One Shot ($40,000 Gtd) start at 19:05 GMT prompt. They come with buy-ins of $1,111, $111, and $11 respectively, but you can win your way into them for a fraction of the cost via the many satellites and our awesome KO Series edition SPINS. Rounding out the day’s action are the 7-Max Turbo events at 22:05 GMT. These have $320, $33, and $3.30 buy-ins which come with guaranteed prize pools worth $75,000, $30,000, and $3,000. Time (GMT) Tournament Buy-in 16:05 KO Series #14 – Weekender Day 1C: $400K Gtd $530 16:05 KO Series #14 – Mini Weekender Day 1C: $100K Gtd $55 16:05 KO Series #14 – Micro Weekender Day 1C: $15K Gtd $5.50 19:05 KO Series #15 – Big Omaha Hi-Lo: $30K Gtd Day 2 19:05 KO Series #15 – Mini Omaha Hi-Lo: $10K Gtd Day 2 19:05 KO Series #15 – Micro Omaha Hi-Lo: $2K Gtd Day 2 19:05 KO Series #16 – One Shot: $300K Gtd $1,111 19:05 KO Series #16 – Mini One Shot: $200K Gtd $111 19:05 KO Series #16 – Micro One Shot: $40K Gtd $11 20:05 KO Series #14 – Weekender Day 2: $400K Gtd 20:05 KO Series #14 – Mini Weekender Day 2: $100K Gtd 20:05 KO Series #14 – Micro Weekender Day 2: $15K Gtd 22:05 KO Series – 7-Max Turbo: $75 Gtd $320 22:05 KO Series – Mini 7-Max Turbo: $30K Gtd $33 22:05 KO Series – Micro 7-Max Turbo: $3K Gtd $3.30 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! Multiplier 1st prize Frequency in 1M Games 2 $20 631,954 3.3 $33 KO Series Ticket 240,755 5.5 $55 KO Series Ticket 123,391 10.9 $109 KO Series Ticket 3,000 32 $320 KO Series Ticket 500 53 $530 KO Series Ticket 250 105 $1,050 KO Series Ticket 100 210 $2,100 KO Series Ticket 50 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. Love poker? Join party! If you’re ready to jump into the action, then click here to download partypoker and get started! If you already have an account with us, click here to open partypoker and hit the tables!
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Oxido ลดสุดสัปดาห์ลงเหลือ 333 3 55,584
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ซีรีส์ KO ระเบิดขึ้นในสุดสัปดาห์นี้และให้ผลลัพธ์ที่ยอดเยี่ยมไม่น้อยในงานสุดสัปดาห์ที่มีชื่อที่ถูกต้อง มาดูกันว่าเกิดอะไรขึ้นในวันที่ 10 มกราคมและใครชนะ Co Series No. 14 - Weekender Final Table Results Weekender ซื้อมา 5 530,500 หุ้นและผู้ที่ต่อสู้เพื่อ 20 520,500 หุ้นได้รับการรับประกันสินค้าหมด, 000 400,000 "Oxido 333" ล็อคตัวล็อกจำนวนมากเพื่อให้ผู้เล่นคนสุดท้ายยืนได้เมื่อฝุ่นเคลียร์ ผู้ชนะคนสุดท้ายมาพบกับ "Bloodbourne" เมื่อผู้เล่นทั้งสองได้รับการประกันแพ็คเก็ตบัมเปอร์จ่ายระหว่างการแข่งขัน Bolodorn ได้ส่งผู้ประท้วง 15 คนไปที่รถไฟและมีการจ่ายเงินรางวัล 17,770 เพื่อจับตาดูพวกเขาล่วงหน้า พวกเขาไม่ได้ฝากเงินอีกต่อไปเนื่องจาก Oxido 333 ทำงานเสร็จและทิ้งไว้พร้อมกับดีกรีแชมป์และเงินรวม 55,584 แม้จะผิดหวังที่ไม่ได้เป็นแชมป์ซีรีส์ KO ในตำแหน่งรองชนะเลิศ แต่เขาก็คว้าแบ๊งค์ของธนาคาร 1,747,474 รางวัลผู้เล่น 1 Oxido 333 $ 34,029 $ 21,555 2 Bloodbourne $ 33,976 $ 17,770 3 Spyx 7 $ 22,505 $ 4,971 4 Pair de Loire $ 15,142 $ 3,523 5 Donradona 5 10,04 การันตี 5,4, 4545 Table, O45 Table Table4545 Double the จำนวนเงินที่ประกาศ! Mast เก็บเงินได้ 224,600 ดอลลาร์และเป็น "Don.Danbury" ที่หมุนเป็นก้อนใหญ่ที่สุดในจำนวนนั้น ดอนแดนเบอรีได้รับเงินรางวัลเพิ่มอีกआणि 12,706 และ 5,396 สำหรับชัยชนะของเขา ส่วนหนึ่งของการจ่ายรางวัลนั้นอยู่ที่หัวของ "Cob M Mmpitikobi" ซึ่งล้มเหลวในอันดับที่สองและร่วมกันได้ 15,686 เมื่อตารางสุดท้ายหกมือแต่ละโต๊ะรวมปัจจัยค่าหัวการลงทุน 55 55 ของพวกเขาเกิน 4 4,400 ประกาศ "Papacarlo 1", "Mr. Jonas 1", "Lookforspot" และ "Disaster Capital" ซึ่งมาถึงตารางสุดท้าย แต่สูญเสียความรุ่งเรืองไป รางวัลผู้เล่น 1 Don Danbury $ 12,706 $ 5,396 2 Cob 3 MPTCobby $ 12,681 $ 3,005 3 Distercapital $ 7,924 $ 2,358 4 LookForSpot es 5,283 $ 1,125 5 MicJonsk 17-Mic44Co เมื่อถึงไมโครวันหยุดสุดสัปดาห์ 15,000 เป็นการรับประกันการโฆษณา แต่ได้รับเงิน 27 27,369 แชมป์ของเราล็อค 2 2,269 จากเงินรางวัลรวมนั้น ระหว่างทางสู่ชัยชนะแชมป์เอาชนะคู่ต่อสู้ 7 คนรวมถึงรองชนะเลิศ "สัจจิมอน" ของเราด้วย อันดับที่สองรวมกับ Bounty Payments มีน้ำหนัก 1,902 ดอลลาร์ กิจกรรมเดิมพันต่ำเหล่านี้คุ้มค่ามากสำหรับผู้เล่นพาร์ทโป๊กเกอร์ แม้ว่าหมัดเด็ดอันดับที่ 6 "Diplop 1212" "เหลือ 2 คนที่เทียบเท่ากับการซื้อและขาย คุณไม่จำเป็นต้องใช้จ่ายมากมายเพื่อคว้าชัยชนะเหนือพาร์ทไพค์ รางวัลผู้เล่นแห่งปี 1 Weslehanrick $ 1,525 $ 744 2 Sajjeman $ 1,518 $ 384 3 Waiter $ 8 $ $ 2 เมื่อ 14 Vazoni 114 $ 22 $ 5 5 Pand isky30 Pand $ cha cha 30 30 $ 2 มีซีเรียล 10 มกราคมสัปดาห์นี้ K.O. ดูบทสรุปที่น่าตื่นเต้นของซีรีส์ Alovosiraptor - 6,628 PlaywheelJ3WCA ที่หนึ่งใน Big Omaha Hi-Low จาก 5 215 - Mini 1,668 LeBrochamp 20 Mini 22 Mini ที่หนึ่งใน Omaha High-Low - 20 2.20 Microsoft Omaha High-Low $ 286 BLKK - ที่หนึ่ง Mini 33 Mini 7 -Max Turbo สำหรับप्ले 13,714 Clokaspoke -, 4,983 Coldplayer ใน 77-Max Turbo - ได้ที่หนึ่งใน 30 3.30 Micro 7-Max Turbo สำหรับงาน 2 482 KO Series ซึ่งมีกำหนดในวันที่ 11 มกราคม กิจกรรมมากมายที่จะเริ่มต้นในสัปดาห์ใหม่ด้วยการแข่งขัน 7-Max ทั้งสามรายการซึ่งจะเริ่มในเวลา 16:05 น. GMT นี่คือ 162 16.50 และ 65 มาพร้อมกับการซื้อ - ขาย 1.65 เพื่อที่จะมีเหตุการณ์สำหรับทุกคน One Shot, Mini One Shot และ Micro One Shot เสร็จสิ้นในวันที่ 10 มกราคมในวันที่ 10 มกราคมและด้วยข้อสรุปของพวกเขาในวันนี้รางวัลสูงสุดเป็นรางวัลใหญ่และบล็อกของ Partpiker จะกลับมาดำเนินการในเช้าวันอังคาร Kristen“ Crisby 24” ของเราเอง Biknell พบว่าตัวเองเป็นอันดับสองในชิปสำหรับผู้เล่นด้วยยอดคงเหลือ 45 ในรุ่นซื้อในราคา $ 1,111 อีเวนต์ล่าสุดของ KO ซีรีส์สามรายการ ได้แก่ 530 Super Mix, Mini Super Mix $ 55 และ 50 5.50 Micro Super Mix จะเริ่มต้นที่ GMT เมื่อชนะ One Shot Events นกฮูกในเวลากลางคืนสามารถเข้าร่วมสงครามเทอร์โบ 8-Max มูลค่า 215 เหรียญ, Mini 22 Mini 8-Max Turbo War และ 20 2.20 Micro 8-Max Turbo War เวลา 22:05 GMT การแข่งขันทั้งสามรายการนี้เสร็จสิ้นในวันเดียวและฝุ่นก็ตกลงมา เวลา (GMT) การแข่งขันซื้อ - ขาย 16:05 KO Series - 7-Max: $ 50K GTD $ 162 16:05 KO Series - Mini 7-Max: $ 25K GTD $ 16.50 16:05 KO Series - Micro 7 - Amazing: $ 2.5K GTD $ 1.65 19:05 KO Series # 16 - One Shot Day 2: $ 300K GTD 19:05 Series # 16 - Mini One Shot วันที่ 2: $ 200K GTD 19:05 Series # 16 - Micro One Shot วันที่ 2 : $ 40K GTD 19:05 KO Series # 17 - Super Mix: K150K GTD $ 530 19:05 Series # 17 - Mini Super Mix: $ 75K GTD $ 55 19:05 KO Series # 17 - Micro Super Mix: $ 15K GTD $ 5.50 22:05 KO Series - 8-Amazing Turbo War: Battle 30's GTD td 215 22:05 KO Series - Mini 8-Amazing Turbo War: $ 15K GTD 22 22:05 KO Series - Micro 8-Max Turbo War: मार्ग 1.5K GTD मार्ग 2.20 วิธีการหมุนตั๋วซีรีส์ของคุณคือกองเรือทั้งหมดของดาวเทียมซีรีส์ KO ที่รันซีรีส์นี้ แต่คุณยังสามารถตรวจสอบการหมุนของซีรีส์ Co Cozy เพียงป้อน 10 และซีรีส์เงินสดระหว่างป้อน 33 และตั๋ว 2,100 มีค่าใช้จ่าย 10 สำหรับการโยน! ทวีคูณความถี่รางวัลที่หนึ่งในเกม 1M 2 $ 20 631,954 3.3 $ 33 KO Series ตั๋ว 240,755 5.5 $ 55 KO Series ตั๋ว 123,391 10.9 $ 109 KO Series ตั๋ว 3,000 32 $ 320 KO Series ตั๋ว 250105 $ 1,050 KO Series ตั๋วทุกวันดาวเทียมก็เช่นกัน การวิ่งซึ่งเปิดโอกาสให้คุณเปลี่ยนการลงทุนเล็กน้อยเป็นชื่อโป๊กเกอร์หลักและรางวัลที่เพิ่มเงินในบัญชี รักโป๊กเกอร์? ร่วมงานเลี้ยง! หากคุณพร้อมที่จะเริ่มต้นใช้งานคลิกที่นี่เพื่อดาวน์โหลด Partpiker และเริ่มต้นใช้งาน! หากคุณมีบัญชีกับเราแล้วคลิกที่นี่เพื่อเปิด Partpiker และกดตาราง!
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Get Ready For the $750K APAT WCOAP Festival
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Amateur poker players around the world are rejoicing after hearing the news of the massive World Championships Of Amateur Poker (WCOAP) taking place online at partypoker. APAT and partypoker have joined forces to produce a bustling schedule of tournaments with combined guarantees in excess of $750,000! The Amateur Poker Association & Tour (APAT) created the UK’s first national poker tour back in 2006 and has since gone from strength to strength. APAT, like partypoker, is dedicated to the development of amateur poker players. It does this by providing affordable tournaments and festivals with excellent structures that enable its army of members to enhance their poker skills in a competitive yet fun environment. Each event on the upcoming WCOAP festival is only open to non-professional players and all are played as a freezeout and with limited late registration to ensure a completely level playing field across the board. Ensure you make the most of your one and only bullet! WCOAP Opens In Style The APAT WCOAP kicks off on January 24 with the 6-Max Championship, a $55 buy-in event with a cool $75,000 guaranteed prize pool. Everyone sits down with a generous helping of 50,000 starting chips before getting down to business to blinds starting at 250/500/50a. Those blinds increase every 15-minutes. Late registration is open for 10 levels and the blinds at this stage are still only 800/1,600/200a, showing how phenomenal the WCOAP structures are; they wouldn’t look out of place in a tournament 100-times the size. There is also a Mini 6-Max Knockout running alongside it that only costs $5.50. Don’t think entering the lower buy-in WCOAP event means you’re missing out because the structures are almost identical, with the only difference being the blinds increase every 14-minutes instead of 15. Check out the full APAT WCOAP schedule here. Championship and Mini Events Run Side By Side It’s a theme that continues through the WCOAP right through to the Main Event on February 7 with each Championship Event having a Mini edition running alongside it. The Main Event, the 16th and final WCOAP tournament, commands a $109 buy-in but has $150,000 guaranteed to be won! Again, the structure is such that you don’t have to worry about making a mistake and being on the ropes for the rest of the tournament. Those entering the $11 buy-in WCOAP Mini Main Event get to play for a slice of a prize pool guaranteed to be at least $20,000. Medals and Championship Bracelets Anyone who has played an APAT event before will know everyone wanted to finish in the top three places because they received a special medal to commemorate their efforts. Those medals return for the WCOAP. Simply finish in the top three places in any WCOAP Championship event and you’ll receive a gold, silver, or bronze medal in addition to your prize money. Furthermore, the winner of each Championship event secures a Championship bracelet,  while the 2021 WCOAP Main Event champion gets their hands (or should that be wrist) on a specially commissioned bracelet! They are something to cherish and something every APAT player wants on their mantelpiece. Only APAT members can win these amazing bracelet and medal so be sure to create your free APAT account before playing in any of the events. Medals and bracelets are only awarded in the WCOAP Championship Events. The Mini WCOAP Events do not award bracelets or medals. WCOAP Player of the Series Leaderboard You’re going to want to play as many WCOAP events as you can but not only because the tournaments are fantastic and fun, but also because you earn points or the Player of the Series Leaderboard. The player deemed to be WCOAP Player of the Series walks away with a free MILLIONS Main Event seat worth $5,000! Those finishing in second-place through 10th win a $55 MILLIONS Online ticket for their efforts. There’s even a leaderboard for the WCOAP Mini Player of the Series. The winner bags a $1,100 MILLIONS Mini Online seat with second-place through 10th netting a $55 ticket. Like the medals and bracelets, these incredible prizes are only open to APAT members so make sure you register for your free APAT account and get involved with this vibrant, supportive community. Full World Championships Of Amateur Poker (WCOAP) Schedule Date Time (GMT) Tournament Buy-in Sun 24 Jan 19:15 WCOAP #02 – 6-Max Knockout Championship: $75K Gtd $55 Sun 24 Jan 19:15 WCOAP Mini 6-Max Knockout: $10K Gtd $5.50 Mon 25 Jan 19:15 WCOAP #03 – Mix-Max Championship: $25K Gtd $55 Mon 25 Jan 19:15 WCOAP Mini Mix-Max: $5K Gtd $5.5 Tue 26 Jan 19:15 WCOAP #04 – PLO8 Knockout Championship: $15K Gtd $55 Tue 26 Jan 19:15 WCOAP Mini PLO8 Knockout: $3K Gtd $5.50 Wed 27 Jan 19:15 WCOAP #05 – High Roller Championship: $75K Gtd $265 Wed 27 Jan 19:15 WCOAP Mini High Roller: $15K Gtd $27.50 Thu 28 Jan 19:15 WCOAP #06 – FL 7 Card Stud Championship: $2.5K Gtd $55 Thu 28 Jan 19:15 WCOAP Mini FL 7 Card Stud: $500 Gtd $5.50 Fr 29 Jan 19:15 WCOAP #07 – PLO Knockout Championship: $15K Gtd $55 Fri 29 Jan 19:15 WCOAP Mini PLO Knockout: $3K Gtd $5.50 Sat 30 Jan 19:15 WCOAP #08 – 6-Max Championship: $25K Gtd $55 Sat 30 Jan 19:15 WCOAP Mini 6-Max: $5K Gtd $5.50 Sun 31 Jan 19:15 WCOAP #09 – Knockout Championship: $75K Gtd $55 Sun 31 Jan 19:15 WCOAP Mini Knockout: $10K Gtd $5.50 Mon 1 Feb 19:15 WCOAP #10 – PLO8 Championship: $10K Gtd $55 Mon 1 Feb 19:15 WCOAP Mini PLO8: $2.5K Gtd $5.50 Tue 2 Feb 19:15 WCOAP #11 – Heads-Up Championship: $10K Gtd $55 Tue 2 Feb 19:15 WCOAP Mini Heads-Up: $1K Gtd $5.50 Wed 3 Feb 19:15 WCOAP #12 – Super High Roller Championship: $100K Gtd $530 Wed 3 Feb 19:15 WCOAP Mini Super High Roller: $20K Gtd $55 Thu 4 Feb 19:15 WCOAP #13 – PLO Championship: $10K Gtd $55 Thu 4 Feb 19:15 WCOAP Mini PLO: $2.5K Gtd $5.50 Fri 5 Feb 19:15 WCOAP #14 – Turbo Knockout Championship: $40K Gtd $55 Fri 5 Feb 19:15 WCOAP Mini Turbo Knockout: $7.5K Gtd $5.50 Sat 6 Feb 19:15 WCOAP #15 – Turbo Championship: $20K Gtd $55 Sat 6 Feb 19:15 WCOAP Mini Turbo: $4K Gtd $5.50 Sun 7 Feb 19:15 WCOAP #16 – Main Event: $150K Gtd $109 Sun 7 Feb 19:15 WCOAP Mini Main Event: $20K Gtd $11 Love poker? 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Win Up To Five Daily Prizes in the New Year Rush Promotional
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The New Year is here (we say good riddance to 2020!) and what better way to welcome it in than by a new promotion brimming with value? That’s what the New Year Rush promotion is all about, giving added value to you, our players. New Year Rush begins on January 11 and runs for the final three weeks of the month. During this time, you’re invited to unlock up to five New Year Rush cards per day with each card guaranteeing you a prize. Unlocking New Year Rush cards is a simple affair and you can open your first card after earning a mere 0.4 points. You can earn points any way you wish. Hit our cash games or fastforward tables, fire up some Sit & Go tournaments, or our exciting SPINS. Even points earned from playing multi-table tournaments all count towards your points tally. Your first card becomes available after earning 0.40 points and you’ll have five prize-awarding cards to open if you generate 7.0 points on a single calendar day. Unlock 1 card when you reach only 0.4 points Unlock a 2nd card when you reach only 2.0 points Unlock a 3rd card when you reach only 3.9 points Unlock a 4th card when you reach only 5.5 points Unlock a 5th card when you reach only 7.0 points What Can I Win During New Year Rush? Every New Year Rush cards awards you with a prize. Your prize will either be cash up to a massive $1,000, SPINS tickets worth between $0.25 and $20, giving you the chance to win up to $1 million, and Leaderboard Points. The leaderboard pays out the top 1000 points earners. It has a $1,000 cash top prize and 999 other prizes made up of cash and tournament tickets. Check out where you currently stand right here. Place Prize 1 $1,000 2 $625 3 $475 4 $350 5 $300 6 $200 7 $150 8-9 $125 10-13 $100 14-15 $50 16-20 $30 21-50 $25 51-100 $20 101-250 $10 ticket 251-500 $5 ticket 501-1,000 $3 ticket What a fantastic way to kick-off 2021. Everyone can and should get involved in New Year Rush because it’s so so easy to unlock cards that even those of you playing the smallest stakes can do it. Good luck at the tables and here’s to you unlocking some bankroll-boosting prizes! Love poker? Join party! If you’re ready to jump into the action, then click here to download partypoker and get started! If you already have an account with us, click here to open partypoker and hit the tables!
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Turn $0.01 Into a Shot at a $2M Prize Pool in the WPT Montreal Main Event
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partypoker and World Poker Tour have joined forces once again to bring you the spectacular WPT Montreal festival. This amazing series takes place online at partypoker from January 17 through February 1 and features, among other tournaments, a massive $2 million guaranteed WPT Montreal Main Event. Day 1A of the $2 million guaranteed WPT Montreal Main Event shuffles up and deals at 19:05 GMT on January 17. Everyone sits down with a generous helping of 200,000 chips and plays to a 25-minute clock where the blinds start at only 500/1,000/125a. Late registration remains open until the end of the ninth level where the blinds are still only 2,500/5,000/625a! You’re permitted to make one re-entry and one only while late registration is available. Day 1B follows the exact same formula with the first cards pitched at 19:05 GMT on January 24. Both WPT Montreal Main Event flights end when only 15% of the field remain. Be among this elite group and you’ll return to the action on Day 2, which takes place at 19:05 GMT on January 25. WPT Montreal Main Event Schedule WPT Montreal Day 1A: 19:05 GMT on Sunday 17 January WPT Montreal Day 1B: 19:05 GMT on Sunday 24 January WPT Montreal Day 2: 19:05 GMT on Monday 25 January WPT Montreal Day 3: 19:05 GMT on Tuesday 26 January WPT Montreal Final Table: 19:05 GMT on Wednesday 27 January Don’t Miss Our WPT Montreal Main Event Mega Satellites We want as many partypoker players as possible to play in the WPT Montreal Main Event and have the chance to enjoy the phenomenal structure plus be able to compete for a potentially life-changing top prize. This is why we’re making it possible to secure your $3,200 seat for as little as a single cent! That’s correct, centrolls are back! WPT Montreal #01 Main Event 1A Mega Phase satellites are in the partypoker lobby right now and have buy-ins from $0.01 up to $33 and they all eventually feed into the $320 buy-in WPT Montreal #01Main Event 1A Mega Satellite where some 50x $3,200 seats are guaranteed to be won. That’s $160,000 worth of WPT Montreal Main Event tickets up for grabs in this Mega Satellite alone! The first of these Mega Satellites runs from 15:30 GMT on January 17 with a second, feeding into Day 1B, kicking off on January 24. That’s $320,000 tickets in only two Mega Satellites! WPT Montreal Festival Highlights It goes without saying that everyone wants to take down the WPT Montreal Main Event because it comes with a $2 million guaranteed prize pool plus the winner becomes a member of the exclusive Champions Club. This means they are immortalised on the Mike Sexton WPT Champions Cup trophy and receives a $15,000 entry to the next available WPT Tournament of Champions. There are plenty of other tournaments that are deserving of being considered a festival highlight. The WPT Montreal Mini Main Event and Micro Main Event are two such tournaments. $320 is the buy-in for the Mini Main Event, which comes with a $200,000 guaranteed prize pool. The Micro Main Event commands a $33 buy-in and guarantees at least $30,000 will be won. One event that is sure to be emotionally charged is the Mike Sexton Classic on January 31. This $10,300 buy-in $1 million guaranteed tournament bears the name of the late legend Mike Sexton. The world lost a true legend and gentlemen when Mike passed away in 2020. Other noteworthy events include a trio of $5,200 buy-in tournaments: the High Roller, High Roller Turbo, and 6-Max High Roller. Keep an eye out for the huge Super High Roller on January 24 that has a whopping $25,500 buy-in and is sure to draw the game’s superstars to the partypoker tables. Head to the dedicated WPT section on the partypoker client to check out the events and satellites available to you. Love poker? Join party! If you’re ready to jump into the action, then click here to download partypoker and get started! If you already have an account with us, click here to open partypoker and hit the tables!
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How to Deal With Poker Variance (Pro’s Guide 2021)
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This article was written by blackrain79.com contributor Fran Ferlan. Handling the inevitable swings in poker is one of the biggest obstacles to success for any aspiring poker player.  Doing everything right and seemingly getting punished for it over and over again is so incongruent to the human experience and preconceived notions of justice and fairness that most people will eventually just throw their hands up in desperation and find a less stressful endeavour or play a couple of hours on weekends to unwind after a long week.  And there is nothing wrong with that.  However, for others who are more serious about the game and put in bigger volume, lengthy downswings are basically inevitable, so approaching them with a right mindset is one of the most important skills to master on your way to poker greatness.  Like any skill, you get better at it with practice. It is a long and arduous process though, but so is everything else that is actually worth doing. This article will hopefully provide some insights into a phenomenon that presents a big problem for many players.  By understanding variance better, you’ll be better equipped to deal with it better, and by doing that you get a huge leg up on the competition. What is Variance in Poker? Before we get into the details, let’s define what we actually mean by variance in poker terms.  Without getting too sciency, we can say that variance measures how much data points are spread from the average. In plain English, it means that how much you expect to earn and how much you actually earn will differ over a small sample.  The bigger the variance, the bigger the difference between the two, and conversely, the smaller the variance, the closer your expected results and your actual results. This means that in poker, your short term results will always be all over the place.  Some game formats inherently have more variance built into it than others, for example, there is more variance in tournaments than in cash games, and more variance in a 6-max game than full-ring game.  This article is written with cash games in mind, but most of the concepts apply to other formats (such as tournaments and sit-and-gos) to a certain extent as well.  With all that in mind, let’s get into the actual tips... 1. Accept It and Expect It The first step to deal with variance better is to internally accept that it is an integral part of the game. Without it, poker wouldn’t be poker. Variance is what actually makes the game profitable in the first place, so you have to learn to take the bad with the good.  Without it, bad players would quickly get overwhelmed by superior competition and eventually stop playing altogether, leaving just a bunch of sharks cannibalizing each other and shuffling money around, while the house takes their cut. If you can’t accept variance for what it is, you can try a zero variance game, like chess. In chess a superior player will win close to a 100% of the time, and that’s why there’s really no money wagered that way. Think of it this way: would you bet a 100 bucks that you could beat a chess grandmaster?  If you weren’t a world class expert yourself, you wouldn’t. But would you bet a 100 bucks to play a heads-up session with Phil Ivey? You just might. You can get lucky and beat the best in the world (and get bragging rights for life). That is why Phil Ivey is able to make bank. He knows his superior skills will prevail, no matter how many times someone “gets lucky” against him. That is why poker is so profitable.  Everyone can play, and everyone can win, but over the long run, skill prevails. Over the short run, luck prevails. So accept a few bumps in the road, embrace them and prepare for them.  So how can you actually prepare for it better and diminish the negative effects of it? This brings us to number two on the list… 2. Have a Big Bankroll In order to succeed in poker it is necessary to allow and endure all the never-ending swings of fortune, and the only way to do so successfully without going broke in the process is to have a sufficient bankroll.  However, in order to not only survive the inevitable swings, but also not be negatively affected by them it might be prudent to have more money than would be considered the norm for the limits you’re playing.  I’m not going to go in full details about bankroll management here, as it is a topic deserving of its own article, but suffice it to say that it is better to be over-rolled than under-rolled, for obvious reasons. For example, let’s say that you are playing 10NL and have a $300 bankroll. If you are a winning player at your limit, 30 buyins is certainly enough to handle basic variance.  However, if you play long enough, there is certainly a chance that you could encounter a 10 buyin downswing, even through no particular fault of your own.  Now your bankroll is 33% smaller, and every other session puts an additional pressure to cut your bankroll in half. Then you’d have to grind the lower stakes again to get it back, or even reload to feel comfortable playing your current limit again. Winning players should never need to reload. They should be taking money out of the site, not the other way around.  Now let’s compare it to say, a $500 bankroll for the same limit. A totally standard downswing of 10 buyins is only 20% of your total bankroll and won’t hurt as much.  If you keep playing well, you might as well not even notice that you were down 10 buyins at some point. Peace of mind is not to be underestimated, especially in today’s competitive environment.  Get a fat bankroll and save yourself the trouble of fretting about variance in the first place, and focus on playing to the best of your abilities. 3. Don’t Look at the Cashier One of the advantages of having a big bankroll is not having to focus on short-term results at all. If you know you are beating your current limit, there is absolutely no reason to fret about how you are running session to session.  Sometimes you get on an insane heater and seem to hit every draw in the best possible time, sometimes you get dealt garbage hands for hours on end, and when you finally do get a decent hand, some idiot donkey catches a backdoor flush draw with 92s, or you get set over set, or any other horrible string of never-ending disasters that keep coming your way. That’s poker.  But focusing on how you are running instead of focusing on making the most +EV decisions is only going to exacerbate the problem either way.  If you check the cashier to see that you are behind, you might start to get the feeling that you need to “win it back”, start chasing, forcing the action, pile up even more losses, get more frustrated, until you inevitably rage-quit and break your mouse. Hopefully it doesn’t get that bad, but you get the picture. On the other hand, if you see that you are ahead a couple of buyins, you might want to “protect your winnings'', tighten up too much, not pulling the trigger on a big bluff you think might be profitable, and overall stop playing great poker that made you money in the first place. Don’t look at the cashier. Hide it, or better yet, put a post-it over it on your monitor with some kind of inspirational message or a smiley face.  You won’t feel the compulsion to check your results, which will make you focus more on making better decisions, which will improve your results, which will make you less likely to feel the need to check your results.  Break the negative feedback loops, and your bankroll will be better off for it. Learn How to Lower Your Variance and Crush the Small Stakes Games With My Free Poker "Cheat Sheet" Are you having trouble beating low stakes poker games online or live? Are you looking to make a consistent part time income playing these games?  That is why I wrote this free little 50 page poker cheat sheet to give you the exact strategies to start consistently making $500-$1000 per month in low stakes poker games right now. These are the exact poker strategies by the way that I have used as a 10+ year poker pro. And I lay them all out for you step by step in this free guide. Enter your details below and I will send my free poker cheat sheet to your inbox right now.  4. Take a Break Just because variance is unavoidable and an integral part of the game, it doesn’t necessarily mean you should play through it no matter what and wait for your “luck to turn around”. Sure, it’s important to put in volume, but that volume should be filled with your A game or a solid B game at least.  Players who run bad tend to play worse, and conversely, they play their best when cards are falling their way. This is no big surprise by any means.  A professional poker player will play his best, or close to it, no matter how he’s running, but for us mere mortals, short term results do tend to affect our performance to some extent. If during a session you feel that’s the case, ask yourself: can I still play to the best of my abilities?  If the answer is a resounding no, quit. There’s no shame in it. It takes some honest self-reflection to realize your limitations. That’s the only way to overcome them. If it goes from bad to worse, live to fight another day.  5. Study More When cards don’t fall your way for an extended period of time, use it as an opportunity to study and improve your game. It might be that your “bad luck” is actually just bad play.  Everybody has leaks in their game, and taking some time to reflect on ways you may be bleeding money is going to pay dividends. Improving your technical knowledge of the game will undoubtedly improve your results over time. Bigger win-rate means less variance. Reviewing your hands is one of the most effective ways to study. If you conclude that you played perfectly, great, but more often than not, you will realize that you made a mistake and should have taken a different line in a certain spot.  For example, you get set over set and lose the whole stack. Definitely unlucky, but you review your hand and realize that you were set mining with incorrect implied odds.  Or you flop a straight in a multiway pot, get all the money in, and some whale catches a backdoor flush draw with 84s. You could have squeezed preflop and he might have folded. Sometimes you win, sometimes you learn. 6. Flip the Script There’s three ways to go about this. First, recognize there is also positive variance. Sometimes you actually win more than you normally would.  Humans are naturally prone to focusing on the negative outcomes and conveniently forgetting all the times we got lucky, or our hand actually held up. It’s easy to attribute negative variance to bad luck, and positive variance to our great play, but that kind of thinking is detrimental to our improvement as players. Secondly, recognize that a player sucking out on you is actually a good thing. You put your money in with a mathematical edge. Just because that edge didn’t manifest in that particular hand, or two hands, or ten, means nothing. Over a large enough sample, you win more than you lose.  Third common situation that tilts a lot of people are coolers and setups. While not as clear-cut as a suckout example above, it might help to think what would happen if the roles were reversed.  For example, if you put all your money in preflop with pocket kings, and you run into pocket aces, think what would happen if the cards were reversed.  The money would go in either way, except this time you’d be the 81% favorite. Sometimes you’re lucky, sometimes you’re not.  7. Think in Sklansky Dollars Having your aces cracked 3 times in a row is a frustrating experience. However, from a mathematical standpoint, it’s hardly an anomaly. It can and it will happen.  Human brain is not equipped to deal with math, odds and outs, percentages and equity and what have you. Its primary language is emotion. So when you get the best possible starting hand and lose with it over and over, it doesn’t seem fair. You feel slighted and cheated, and start to create narratives like “This ALWAYS happens to me”, or “I NEVER get my fair share of luck” etc.  By the way, check out this recent BlackRain79 YouTube video for a deeper discussion of how to react better when you receive a bad beat: This kind of thinking isn’t helpful (or true), but it’s completely understandable in the heat of the moment. But if we take a step back, we’ll see that there is nothing particularly unfair about it. If it can happen, it will happen sometimes. Our opponents almost always have some portion of equity in hand, and that equity will manifest against us sometimes. To accept it, it might be helpful to think in Sklansky bucks, a term coined by legendary David Sklansky.  To put it simply, Sklansky bucks tell us not how much money we actually won or lost in one particular hand, but how much money we earn on average in that situation when considering our equity. For example, we go all-in with Aces versus Kings and we lose $10. We know our equity in this spot is 81%, which means that on average we will lose every fifth time.  So on average, we made 8.1 Sklansky bucks, even though in reality we lost $10. In the long run, Sklansky dollars earned and real dollars earned will be about the same.  Even though Sklansky bucks are imaginary, thinking in these terms helps us to focus on the long run and making the best decisions, no matter the current bad outcome. 8. Think in Business Terms If you are serious about playing poker and want to make it a lucrative and sustainable endeavour, you need to approach it differently than the vast majority of people.  Most people treat it as a hobby, they play here and there, and if they lose, they can always reload. All hobbies cost money, so why should poker be any different?  But if you want to make money consistently, you should look at it more like a business. You are the CEO, you decide when you play, how long you play, what stakes you play, and ultimately, you decide how profitable you want your business to be.  Every business has income and expenses, and the difference between the two is profit. If you look at poker this way, you see that the pots you won can be considered income, and the pots you lose are the expenses.  The problem is you don’t know how much you will earn or spend in any given time, so you have to look at your skills as an investment that will earn you money over time.  When you look at it this way, you don’t have to worry about the constant ups and downs that come with it. There is always risk when doing business, and poker is no exception. What’s important is that your business is profitable over the long run.  As long as you’re making good decisions and work to improve your game, your business will thrive. It might take a while, but it’s important that you get there eventually. 9. Play Tighter While most of these tips are about handling variance better, this one can actually reduce variance altogether, albeit at the cost of also reducing your potential earnings.  If you are more risk-averse and don’t mind slightly worse, but less volatile results, you might benefit from being more selective with hands you play and avoid marginal spots that you’re not quite comfortable playing.  Poker is a game of incomplete information, and a lot of variables determine if a play is +EV or not.  Since we don’t have all the information, a lot of times we are forced to go with our gut and often find ourselves in those “either way ahead or way behind” situations when we have to make a decision for our whole stack.  But you can choose not to get into those situations in the first place by folding marginal holdings preflop, and save yourself the mental strain of having to make big decisions too often.  While highly skilled players will opt to play in marginal spots and look for small edges, they do so in accordance with their skill edge.  If you are struggling in certain situations, make a note of it, study off the felt and try to improve, but do so at your own pace. You don’t HAVE TO do anything. Play tight, pick your spots, and the results will follow. If you are in doubt about what hands to actually play, just pick up a copy of the free BlackRain79 poker guide, which includes charts telling you exactly what hands to play in Zoom, 6max etc. 10. Take Responsibility Finally, something that was touched upon briefly in previous points, but so important that it deserves to be emphasized again, take responsibility.  You cannot control the cards and you cannot control variance, but what you can and definitely should control is how you react to it.  Bad things happen, in poker and in life in general. How we deal with it is what matters. If you play perfectly, there is only so much you can win, but if you play badly, there is no limit to how much you can lose. It takes a thousand steps to success, but only one step to ruin.  Be mindful of that, and remember that no matter how bad things are going, we can always make it a hundred times worse.  Everybody loses sometimes, but in the end the big winners are the ones that make sure they lose no more than is necessary. Summary Dealing with variance is hard, and being negatively affected by the never-ending swings is normal. You can study all the advanced poker theory in the world and this will still not change. However, in order to have long-term success in this game you need to be prepared for variance and be willing to tackle it head on.  To do so, make sure you are sufficiently bankrolled for the stakes you play. Expect obstacles along the way and make peace with them. Learn to take bad with the good.  Sometimes you’re lucky, sometimes you’re not. Don’t focus on the short-term results and focus on playing to the best of your abilities. If it gets too bad, take a break and use it as an opportunity to study and improve your game.  And most importantly, take responsibility not for the cards you are dealt, but for the way you react to them. Do all these, and poker greatness will come. In due time. .
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Kronktheman Banks More Than $60,000 in KO Series One Shot
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Massive prizes were the order of the day on January 11 as the KO Series One Shot tournaments crowned their champions. The trio of One Shot champions won a combined $87,304 between them! Here’s who won those events. KO Series #16 – One Shot: $300K Gtd Final Table Results The $1,111 buy-in One Shot attracted a field of 302 entrants who were all outlasted by “Kronktheman”. Our champion sent 12 opponents to the sidelines on their way to victory before getting their hands on their own huge bounty payment courtesy of being the last player standing. All those bounties added up to $36,712, more than $12,000 more than they banked for finishing in first-place ($24,020)! Nobody at the final table won less than $3,600 and five of the finalists padded their bankrolls with five-figure scores. Hats off to “wp-14” who crashed out in seventh-place and won $4,614. That only tells part of the story, however, because wp-14 also scooped $5,570 worth of bounties along the way so reeled in a $10,184 score, one larger than both the fifth and sixth-place finishers! Place Player Prize Bounties 1 Kronktheman $24,020 $36,712 2 bitw1 $23,988 $9,988 3 uchitel44499 $16,060 $2,138 4 ExploisT $10,602 $4,558 5 TheFloes $7,594 $2,171 6 AndreyBolkonsky $6,065 $1,061 7 wp-14 $4,614 $5,570 8 Jamnix_90 $3,804 $3,249 9 Rainer_Zufall $3,150 $563 KO Series #16 – Mini One Shot: $200K Gtd Final Table Results “ldz11” became a KO Series champion after triumphing over 1,836 opponents in the $109 buy-in Mini One Shot: $200K Gtd. The winner’s $109 investment swelled to more than $23,000 thanks, in part, to accumulating $9,999 worth of bounty payments. They actually won $9,999.63 so were only $0.37 away from $10,000 worth of scalps! The $109 buy-in event’s runner-up, “casinomustdie” was the other finalist to secure a five-figure payday. Second-place awarded a $12,977 prize plus they collected $894 from the bounty prize pool courtesy of eliminating nine opponents during their impressive run. Place Player Prize Bounties 1 lzd11 $13,020 $9,999 2 casinomustdie $12,997 $894 3 SUITED-AA $8,375 $1,059 4 tonybardio $5,511 $2,628 5 GuthMoreira $3,732 $3,383 6 drjushka $2,838 $1,245 7 YOINK $2,055 $602 8 The cat knows $1,632 $815 9 BrBraBbIT $1,275 $1,063 KO Series #16 – Micro One Shot: $40K Gtd Final Table Results The Micro One Shot may have only cost $11 to enter yet it gifted its champion a $3,553 payout, or exactly 323 buy-ins at this level, which is most impressive. “Xakalaka_Bum” is that champion after they came out on top of a 3,346-strong field in the $40,000 guaranteed affair. Their $3,553 prize came from a $2,677 first place prize and an additional payout of $876 from the bounty prize pool. The winner sent five opponents to the showers on way to becoming a KO Series champion, including “Call_LOL” whose exit in second place resulted in a combined score weighing in at $3,127. Place Player Prize Bounties 1 Xakalaka_Bum $2,677 $876 2 Call_LOL $2,670 $457 3 jbrycal $1,711 $216 4 sera_alex21 $1,122 $137 5 yellowboy $757 $391 6 OrrieNL $561 $258 7 v.masteroff $406 $90 8 Bierpokkel99 $326 $152 9 Orange474 $253 $73 Other KO Series Champions From January 11 These are the six other partypoker players who can now call themselves a KO Series champion and who are a little more flush than they were 24-hours ago. K4shm1r – first-place in the $162 KO Series 7-Max for $9,554 GimmeHummus – first-place in the $215 KO Series 8-Max Turbo Battle for $8,874 trequatorze3 – first-place in the $16.50 KO Series 7-Max Mini for $3,159 nohudnoparty88 – first-place in the $22 KO Series Mini 8-Max Turbo Battle for $2,912 skilltoskill – first-place in the $1.65 KO Series 7-Max Micro for $322 Rinzanat – first-place in the $2.20 KO Series Micro 8-Max Turbo Battle for $223 KO Series Events Scheduled For January 12 If you thought January 11 was big wait until we recap the January 12 action. A trio of 8-Max events kicks matters off at 16:05 GMT before Day 2 of the Super Mix, Mini Super Mix, and Micro Super Mix events shuffles up and deals at 19:05. Then it’s the time for the High Rollers that also start at 19:05 GMT. The $2,100 buy-in High Roller comes with a $250,000 guarantee while $100,000 is guaranteed to be won in the $215 Mini High Roller. Those willing to part company with $22 for the Micro High Roller will play for a share of a guaranteed $50,000. Rounding off the day’s action, with the first cards pitched at 22:05 GMT, are four 6-Max Turbo events. They come with buy-ins of $530, $55, $5.50, and $0.55 and guaranteed prize pools worth at least $50,000, $25,000, $5,000, and $500. Time (GMT) Tournament Buy-in 16:05 KO Series 8-Max $50K Gtd $109 16:05 KO Series Mini 8-Max $20K Gtd $11 16:05 KO Series Micro 8-Max $1.5K Gtd $1.10 19:05 KO Series Super Mix Day 2: $150K Gtd 19:05 KO Series Mini Super Mix Day 2: $750K Gtd 19:05 KO Series Micro Super Mix Day 2: $15K Gtd 19:05 KO Series #18 High Roller: $250K Gtd $2,100 19:05 KO Series #18 Mini High Roller: $100K Gtd $215 19:05 KO Series #18 Micro High Roller: $50K Gtd $22 22:05 KO Series High Roller 6-Max Turbo: $50K Gtd $530 22:05 KO Series 6-Max Turbo: $25K Gtd $55 22:05 KO Series Mini 6-Max Turbo: $5K Gtd $5.50 22:05 KO Series Micro 6-Max Turbo: $500 Gtd $0.55 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! Multiplier 1st prize Frequency in 1M Games 2 $20 631,954 3.3 $33 KO Series Ticket 240,755 5.5 $55 KO Series Ticket 123,391 10.9 $109 KO Series Ticket 3,000 32 $320 KO Series Ticket 500 53 $530 KO Series Ticket 250 105 $1,050 KO Series Ticket 100 210 $2,100 KO Series Ticket 50 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. Love poker? Join party! If you’re ready to jump into the action, then click here to download partypoker and get started! If you already have an account with us, click here to open partypoker and hit the tables!
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Patrick Blye Wins APAT WCOAP Main Event For $27.4K
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The curtain came down on a massively successful APAT World Championship Of Amateur Poker (WCOAP) with the crowning of the Main Event champion. Patrick Blye of Canada is that champion, a result that saw the Canadian walk away with an impressive $27,408. The $109 buy-in Main Event attracted a bumper crowd of 1,751 entrants who ensured the $150,000 guarantee was blown out of the water. $175,100 was shared among the top 263 finishers, a min-cash weighing in at $212 and a final table appearance boosting that prize to $2,116. Place Player Country Prize 1 Patrick Blye Canada $27,408 2 Randy Vermette Canada $18,618 3 Jamie O’Connor United Kingdom $12,709 4 Michael Errington United Kingdom $8,436 5 Shane Pollington United Kingdom $5,748 6 Zachary Lipeles Austria $4,390 7 Jelmer De Visser Netherlands $3,406 8 Stephen Prandstatter United Kingdom $2,706 9 Julian Selinger Malta $2,116 Malta’s Julian Selinger was the first of the nine finalists to bust. Blinds were 300,000/600,000/75,000a and Selinger open-shoved from early position for 3,746,922 chips with . Shane Pollington called from the big blind with and busted Selinger courtesy of an ace on the river of the board. The first of three British players, Stephen Prandstatter, crashed out in eighth-place for a $2,706 return on his $109 investment. Prandstatte came unstuck during the 350,000/700,000/87,500a level. Jelmer De Visser raised to 1,470,000 with , Blye three-bet to 3,150,000 with and Prandstatter four-bet all-in for 4,236,421 with . Both players called the all-in bet. The flop came and De Visser checked. Blye bet 2,100,000 into the 14.45 million chip pot, which folded out De Visser. Blye won the pot and busted Prandstatter when the turn and river fell and . Seventh-place and $3,406 went to De Visser. The action folded to Jamie O’Connor on the button and he min-raised to 1,400,000 with . De Visser three-bet all-in from the small blind with for 11,779,562 only to see Blye call with . O’Connor folded. The five community cards ran and the tournament lost another player. Austrian star Zachary Lipeles was the next player to fall by the wayside, his exit in sixth-place locking up $4,390. Michael Errington kicked off the preflop betting win a min-raise to 1,600,000 with and Lipeles called in the big blind with . Both players check the flop. The turn was greeted by a pair of checks. The river completed a wheel for Lipeles but a higher straight for Errington. Lipeles bet 1,360,000 and called off the 3,524,316 chips he had behind when Errington set him all-in. Game over for Lipeles. O’Connor Takes Control The final five became four with the untimely demise of Pollington. Errington followed his fellow Brit to the rail. O’Connor raised twice the big blind to 2,400,000 with and Errington made it 5,400,000 from the small blind with . O’Connor ripped it in and Errington called off the rest of his 14,356,173 chips. Both players paired their ace on the board, but O’Connor’s jack-kicker won him the 41.3 million chip pot. O’Connor now had a massive chip lead and looked set for APAT WCOAP glory but it didn’t work out that way because O’Connor was the next player out of the door. Nothing went right for O’Connor while play was three-handed. His final hand saw him lose a coinflip to Blye. Blye min-raised to 3,200,000 with , Randy Vermette folded his in the small blind, but O’Connor jammed for 43,379,662 in total with . Blye called. The Canadian’s sevens held as the board ran . O’Connor collected $12,710 for his impressive third-place finish. Blye Hold Huge Heads-Up Lead Blye went into heads-up holding a 145,604,156 to 29,495,844 chip advantage over fellow Canadian Vermette. It didn’t take long for Blye to get his hands on Vermette’s chips and become the WCOAP Main Event champion. From the button, Blye made it 3,200,000 to go with and Vermette called with . Both players improved to a pair on the flop, but both players checked. The turn brought the into view, further improving Blye’s hand. Vermette bet 5,600,000 into the 6,800,000 pot, Blye raised enough to put Vermette to the test for the 24,591,688 chips he had behind and Vermette called. The river was the , which failed to change the course of the hand and a card that sent Vermette home in second-place with $18,619 to console himself with. Congratulations to Blye who is a worthy champion, a champion with $27,408 more in his partypoker account than a couple of days ago. Blye also receives a coveted APAT gold medal and a custom WCOAP Main Event bracelet. Top work! A Fitting End to a Superb Festival We’re sure you’ll agree that this APAT WCOAP festival was superb. All 16 championship events were freezeouts, had incredible structures and awarded some juicy prizes. It was amazing to see amateur poker players from all around the world head to partypoker and showcase their skills on the big stage. We can’t wait for the next edition of the WCOAP, can you? Love poker? Join party! If you’re ready to jump into the action, then click here to download partypoker and get started! If you already have an account with us, click here to open partypoker and hit the tables!
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