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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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Seven tournament poker quotes to inspire you
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From the moment you exchange your hard-earned for a tournament ticket, you’re ‘in it to win it.’ But while you could well go into a cash game expecting to win money, virtually no-one goes into a multi-table tournament with thousands of entries expecting to be the one player left with all the chips at the end, posing for photos and collecting the trophy. There are too many factors that can influence your end result.Words of wisdom, however, can carry with you during your play at the tournament tables, and we’ve compiled seven great quotes for you to keep in mind as you take on your next poker tournament.1. “Money isn’t everything… unless you’re playing a rebuy tournament.”It’s not known exactly who said this, but it was definitely a poker player. In modern times, rebuys in tournaments have become something of a hot topic. Should they be allowed, should they be outlawed? Either way, while they’re still in the game, they’re vital to many players chances in events that allow them. 2. “One day a chump, the next day a champion. What a difference a day makes in tournament poker!” Mike Sexton said many wise things about poker, but when it comes to tournament poker, he really is the Don. Sexton knew about both sides of tournament poker, that is as a player and a broadcaster as his presenting work and successful play showed off in different ways. The drama of tournament poker is embodied by this phrase.3. “Most of the money you’ll win at poker comes not from the brilliance of your own play, but from the ineptitude of your opponents.”Lou Krieger’s many teachings don’t lead on this phrase, but they should in a way because it’s ever so true. Don’t believe the old maxim that everyone wants to win it, because many tournament players don’t have it in them to go the distance and bow out for the most part because on some level they want to. Keep your own play as brilliant as it can be and you’re going to keep improving and win more than you lose.4. “Life is not always a matter of holding good cards, but sometimes playing a poor hand well.” Jack London was one of first American authors to become a celebrity around the world and unlike many writers, earned a lot of money for his words. It’s not hard to see why, with a natural resonance and poetic flair to this very simple yet highly illuminative phrase. Good advice for life in general, this certainly applies to tournament poker. 5. “The Main Event is the only tournament in the history of poker you never have to bluff. You just have to stay alive and wait for the idiots to give you their chips.”Mike Matusow’s confidence has often bordered on arrogance, but other times, it’s gone way past it. Matusow, lest we forget, has never actually won the World Series of Poker Main Event, despite running deep and playing it for over two decades. He’s clearly not a fan of the standard, though!6. “In order to live, you must be willing to die.”Talking of staying alive, the late, great Amir Vahedi declared this priceless mantra on the near-bubble of the legendary 2003 WSOP Main Event. Vahedi, who was the 2001 Card Player Magazine Player of the Year and won a WSOP bracelet in that series, the $1,500-entry NLHE event, puts it so well. Vahedi tragically died so young at just 48 years old, but in his lifetime was also a poker coach to Ben Affleck. He lived a life, indeed.7. “There are tides in a poker tournament. Sometimes, when hopes are high and the chips are flowing, hardly a minute goes by without a dealer calling, ‘Player down,’ sending another slump-shouldered player to the rail. Then there are other times nobody gets knocked out for half an hour or more, as the players hunch protectively over their stakes, taking no chances, waiting for somebody else to do something stupid.” Pete Hautman wrote this eulogy to the vicissitudes of poker tournaments in his book, ‘All In’ and it rings true to this day. Understanding the flow of a poker tournament if crucial to surviving them and with two or three tables left, it’s all the truer.Whichever tournaments you take on this week, make it a winning performance.
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“Daily Legends Are Brilliant For People Who Have Work The Next Morning”
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Grant Monaghan had a pleasant surprise when he logged into his partypoker account last week. Tucked away in the “My Tickets” section he found the following that wasn’t there a few hours earlier: The Warrior ticket ($215) The 300 ticket ($320) 3x $150 Daily Legend tickets Grant had topped Leaderboard 3 of the Legend of the Week promotion and didn’t even know it! The 32-year-old dad of two young children lives in Ipswich, Suffolk. By day he is a bus driver, but he hits the partypoker tables on a night and, obviously, does quite well from this crazy game. “I started playing poker when I was in the sixth form. I used to sit on the computers and mess around playing free poker games online with my mates. Then I really started to enjoy it and I wanted to get better, so made my first real money deposit when I turned 18,” Grant told the partypoker blog. Grinding Sit & Go Tournaments It wasn’t always multi-table tournaments that Grant played, he started his online poker career grinding sit & go tournaments, as many players in today’s game. “I started by playing sit & gos. I had a lot of time on my hands because I was playing semi-professional football and was still in education. It got to the point where I would try playing 50-100 SNG in a day at the $6 or $11 buy-in level and I seemed to make a profit on a consistent basis.” Mixing football with poker continued for a while until a life-changing event saw Grant ditch both games. “It wasn’t until my partner at the time fell pregnant with my first child in 2012 that I decided to go out into the real world and knock football and poker on the head. It wasn’t until four years later I decided to get back into poker, but this time I wanted to learn MTTs.” Jumping Into Multi-Table Tournaments Coming from a SNG background and jumping into the world of MTTs left Grant feeling like he was “in no man’s land” so he decided to get some help. That help arrived in the shape of the seasoned pro, Paul Jackson. “I started to improve and get results in tournaments and since that they’re all I’ve played; I’ve never looked back at SNG.” Some of those results include winning satellites into $10,000 tournaments and winning two tournaments on the same night for a combined score of around $14,000. It’s his latest results turned Grant into the Legend of the Week. “Now I only play when funds and time allow but I’ve really been grinding these past few months and enjoying some good results. Last week, I finished second in The Terminator and second in The Oceans the following night!” That pair of runner-up finishes helped Grant finish at the top of Leaderboard 3. Daily Legends’ Formats Are Brilliant “I really enjoy the Daily Legends tournaments as the structure and formats are brilliant, especially for people who have work the next morning because they don’t go on until 05:00. Obviously, it’s easy for me to say the Legend of the Week is great because I won it and its fantastic rewards, meaning I have the opportunity to play stakes I don’t usually. I’m so excited to play The 300 and The Warrior on Sunday, hopefully, can get a couple of results, fingers crossed.” Before Grant got back to his day, he gave a couple of tips for his fellow partypoker players wanting to get a foothold in the Daily Legends tournaments. “I would say try not to bust early as silly as that sounds. You should never be busting early with 100 big blinds unless you have aces or kings or some real bad cooler. Since I’ve been trying to get my early bust-out stat down, I’ve seemed to improve my results.” “I also feel like I never tilt, like ever. I never go on about bad beats and it really winds me up when I hear others talk about them because we have all heard the stories before and they can impact your mindset for the rest of the tournaments you’re in at the time. I do believe the psychological side of the game is the most important.” Try The Daily Legends For Yourself Daily Legends, as the name suggests run each and every day. They have a wide range of buy-ins to suit every bankroll. As Grant said, they have amazing structures that give you plenty of bang for your buck yet finish at a reasonable time so you can get some well-earned rest. Playing in certain Daily Legends qualifying you for the Legend of the Week promotion where we give away $60,000 worth of Daily Legends tickets every week to the best performers. You can read all about this epic promotion right here. 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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KO Series Main Events Reach Their Final Tables!
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The KO Series is nearing a thrilling conclusion with all three Main Events reaching their final tables. Only a handful of events remain uncompleted and these crown their champions today. January 19 is going to be huge for KO Series players. KO Series #21 Main Event Final Table Chip Counts “Kabyzzz” is the player to catch going into the final table of the $1,050 KO Series Main Event. Play concluded as soon as the final table was set and only Kabyzzz and second-placed “PHUNERAL” were sat behind more than 20 million chips. Our leader is armed with 24,967,279 chips while PHUNERAL is armed with a stack of 21,206,658 chips. Between these two grinder, they have accumulated almost $22,000 worth of bounty payments so are nailed on for a huge score. They are already guaranteed $7,736 from the main prize pool but a top prize of $76,013 awaits the champion. In addition to Kabuzz ($12,083), three other finalists have locked in five-figures worth of bounties. “Balls2Heart1” returns in third place with $10,497 worth of bounties with “Jupiter Jones” sitting back down in fourth having $13,269 from the bounty prize pool already in their partypoker account. Lower down the counts in seventh-place is “Jamnix_90” whose 12 knockouts have resulted in a $12,476 bounty payment so far. Place Player Chips 1 Kabyzzz 24,967,279 2 PHUNERAL 21,206,658 3 Balls2Heart1 17,412,001 4 Jupiter Jones 14,536,425 5 ThanksBro 13,448,200 6 HolaComoEXtas 11,210,885 7 Jamnix_90 6,690,758 8 PhatToad 6,462,007 9 Kaikki rahat 2,765,922 KO Series #21 Mini Main Event Final Table Chip Counts “STDCALLRANGEXD” finished Day 1A of the $109 KO Series Mini Main Event 10th in chips and built on that impressive start on Day 2. They held the most chips in play when the dust settled; they return to the action with 68,003,211 chips in their arsenal. The chip leader has busted 14 opponents so far and that means they have $1,586 worth of bounties to add to any prize money they receive. Although they’re in pole position right now, the likes of “SentaaPua” (60,303,171) and “Flush-Nemesis85” (56,943,973) are also sporting big stacks and will have a major influence over where the title heads. The structure of these Main Events is so good that event “LOVEONTOPREG”, the final table’s shortest stack with 21,413,688 chips, has more than 26 big blinds at their disposal. This Main Event is anything but over and we can’t wait to see who comes out on top tonight. Place Player Chips 1 STDCALLRANGEXD 68,003,211 2 SentaaPua 60,303,171 3 Flush-Nemesis85 56,943,973 4 Albopkr100 50,146,546 5 Scelevco 47,673,701 6 whyuslurpin 27,781,352 7 QTS106_ 25,718,093 8 plzhold 24,049,658 9 LOVEONTOPREG 21,413,688 KO Series #21 Micro Main Event Final Table Chip Counts The $11 KO Series Micro Main Event is also down to its nine-handed final table and two players who reached it almost hit 100 million chips! “somuchfun” is having so much fun at the top of the chip counts. They have 98,646,409 chips in front of them plus more than $353 worth of scalps already. “germankyiv99” is the other player with a huge stack. They currently occupy second place courtesy of their 94,794,034 stack. At the other end of the scale you find “Phil1812” who literally scraped onto the final table. Their 4,255,998 stack is the equivalent of a mere three big blinds so they have their work cut out for them at the restart. Anything can happen in this game, however, and just three double ups would see then right back in contention! Place Player Chips 1 somuchfun 98,646,409 2 germankyiv99 94,794,034 3 MJordan 78,880,426 4 UBRANONER 76,560,000 5 Starter1001 73,467,372 6 xBernardsx 71,489,052 7 Rover1983 39,368,542 8 LukeXRPaces 27,981,478 9 Phil1812 4,255,998 Other KO Series Results From January 18 fAkETaXi87– first-place in the $215 KO Series 7-Max for $12,104 Bad_Ju_Ju_– first-place in the $22 KO Series Mini 7-Max for $3,293 neziuhkeeb – first-place in the $2.20 KO Series Micro 7-Max for $362 LIVINGLIKEPABLO– first-place in the $320 KO Series 6-Max Hyper for $11,134 Parkiupokeris – first-place in the $33 KO Mini Series 6-Max Hyper for $3,778 domino4ever – first-place in the $3.30 KO Micro Series 6-Max Hyper for $359 KO Series Events Scheduled For January 19 KO Series concludes today so this is your last opportunity to become a KO Series champion. Cards are in the air at the Main Events’ final tables and the trio of Second Chance Day 2s 19:05 GMT so those are out of bounds to you, but there are six other tournaments to get stuck into. Three Mix-Max events start at 16:05 GMT prompt. They come with buy-ins of $0.55, $5.50, and $55. At 22:05 GMT you find the three Closer events with their $2.75, $27.50, and $265 buy-ins. Will you sign off from KO Series duty with a bankroll-boosting score and the title of champion? Time (GMT) Tournament Buy-in 16:05 KO Series Mix-Max: $40K Gtd $55 16:05 KO Series Mini Mix-Max: $7.5K Gtd $5.50 16:05 KO Series Micro Mix-Max: $500 Gtd $0.55 19:05 KO Series #22 Second Chance Day 2: $150K Gtd 19:05 KO Series #22 Mini Second Chance Day 2: $75K Gtd 19:05 KO Series #22 Micro Second Chance Day 2: $15K Gtd 22:05 KO Series #23 Closer: $50K Gtd $265 22:05 KO Series #23 Mini Closer: $25K Gtd $27.50 22:05 KO Series #23 Micro Closer: $5K Gtd $2.75 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. 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สรุป MTT กลางเดือนกันยายน
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เดือนนี้ฉันสนุกกับกระเช้าและ MTT บางส่วน ไม่มากเกินไปสำหรับหนังสือที่จะเขียน แต่อะไรก็ได้! นี่เป็นทริปที่เน้นความสนุกสนานและนี่คือวิธีที่ฉันเข้าใกล้สถานการณ์นี้ มันมืดเกือบตลอดบ่ายเมื่อสภาพอากาศของ MTT กำลังดีฉันรู้สึกอ่อนแอฉันไม่ต้องการใส่ใจกับประโยชน์ของการเล่นจนจบทั้งกลางวันและกลางคืนเพราะมันเป็นปัญหาบางทีแผนการของฉันสำหรับวันถัดไป ดังนั้นฉันจึงมีความสุขกับการนอนโรงพยาบาลอันดับ 1 ของฉันอย่างผ่อนคลายและผ่อนคลาย! ขณะที่ฉันนั่งที่โต๊ะฉันยังคงยุ่งอยู่ ฉันรู้สึกดีขึ้นกว่าหนึ่งเดือนที่ผ่านมา ฉันอัปเกรดแพลตฟอร์ม MTT อย่างรวดเร็วโดยเพียงแค่เล่นและโพสต์ตามความต้องการของประชากร (จากโปรแกรมดูไม่ใช่โปรแกรมเล่นฐานข้อมูล) รายละเอียดสำหรับเดือนสำหรับการชนะ: -102.02 $ คะแนนรวม: 52 เฉลี่ย มาตรการการซื้อ: 8.11 $ ITM: 15.38% ROI: -24.19% evbb / 100 20.75 ตารางโดยประมาณ: 0 สิ้นสุด 3 การทำเครื่องหมาย: 01 การทำเครื่องหมายเสร็จสิ้น: 0 เวลาในการเล่น: 25.72 ธนบัตร: 731.38 $ การปรับสำหรับผลกำไร MTT ทั้งหมด: - 264.17 $ การแข่งขันทั้งหมด: 114 เฉลี่ย Buy-In: 7.73 $ ITM: 14.78% ROI: -30.34% evbb / 100 18.26 ตารางโดยประมาณ: 1Smart 3 end: 0Smart เสร็จสิ้น: 0 เวลาเล่น: 74.35 สถิติสำหรับ MTT Recaps ทั้งสองไม่เหมือนกันถึง 100% ในสองสามวัน (# การแข่งขันเช่นชนะ) และฉันไม่แน่ใจว่าอะไร แต่ฉันสามารถโพสต์สิ่งที่ฉันสามารถวิเคราะห์ได้จาก Pokertracker4 เพราะความแตกต่างมีเพียงไม่กี่เซนต์และบางเกมก็ไม่ได้ยอมรับฉันจริงๆ เมื่อฉันได้รับโมเดล 500 MTT (สวัสดีปี 2020) ฉันจะเพิ่มสถิติเพิ่มเติมเพื่อการวิเคราะห์โดยละเอียด แต่เนื่องจากแบบจำลองมีขนาดเล็กเกินไปสำหรับสถิติโดยละเอียดฉันจึงต้องทำให้เป็นปัจจุบันที่สุด พ่อค้าจะรู้ว่าความเร็วของฉันดี ใช่ Al นั่นฟังดูแย่สำหรับฉันดูเหมือน BT จะไม่เหมาะสำหรับฉันเหมือนกันดูเหมือน BT จะไม่เหมาะกับฉันเหมือนกันดูเหมือน BT จะไม่เหมาะกับฉันเหมือนกัน Money mark ของฉันอีกครั้ง ฉันได้เข้าสู่รอบที่ 2 ของทัวร์นาเมนต์ $ 22 และเล่นในสุดสัปดาห์นี้บางทีฉันอาจจะต้องส่องแสง! ตอนนี้มีอีกมากมาย ... เป้าหมาย MTT ที่อ่อนแอและง่วงนอนที่ตั้งไว้สำหรับเดือนนี้เล่น 75 MTT (ล้มเหลว) เรียน 5 ชั่วโมง (เสร็จสมบูรณ์) อย่าเล่นช่วง Spin and Go UTG! (ฉันเสร็จแล้ว!) เป้าหมาย MTT สำหรับเดือนของเดือน Personal 50 MTT อ่านรายการ 3 ชั่วโมงสำหรับเขาและ Spin-Boss ในการต่อสู้แบบคนตาบอด! ชอบ: กดไลค์โหลด ...
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