PartyPoker Hits the Gas With Grand Prix Series; $3M Guaranteed With Wide Range of Buy-ins

The Grand Prix Spring Edition from PartyPoker runs March 16 – April 3 with buy-ins from $0.55 to $109 with a total of $3 million guaranteed.

The Grand Prix Spring Edition returns to PartyPoker in the coming days, promising major guarantees and a wide variety of buy-in levels. The series runs March 16 – April 3 with tournament price points from $0.55 to $109 with a total of $3 million guaranteed.

Some of the series’ highlights include special themed editions of the Sunday Party with a $150,000 guarantee and the Sunday Carnival with a $50,000 guarantee.

Party is throwing in plenty of extras and qualifying opportunities as well.

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Inside the PartyPoker Grand Prix series

Players jumping in the PartyPoker Grand Prix action will find plenty of variety. The schedule includes multi-day events, PKO (progressive knockouts), No Limit Hold’em as well as Omaha tournaments, numerous low-stakes tournaments, Ultra KOs, Battles, short stacks, and much more.  

Players will find Mini and Micro versions of various events as well as numerous starting flights and phased events. Some of the highlights include the $30 Opener PKO, which features $75,000 guaranteed. The $2 Micro version offers a $2,500 guarantee and the $15 Mini Opener comes with a $15,000 guarantee.

The $55 Main Event features a $250,000 guarantee and numerous starting flights. The $2.20 Micro guarantees $10,000 and the $11 Mini guarantees $50,000.

Along with these events, players will also find a $33 PLO PKO Championship with $20,000 guaranteed. The $5.50 Mini and $2.20 Micro each guarantee $5,000 and $10,000 respectively. 

SPINS, qualifiers, & Early Bird rewards

The Grand Prix features plenty of low-stakes action, but players can qualify for even less. Satellites start at just a penny with qualifying events running throughout the series.

Players can also win tournament seats via special edition SPINS. Pre-registration perks for the major Sunday event can also benefit players. Those who register before the start of selected tournaments could win their buy-in back as a free ticket.

The Early Bird promotion runs every Sunday from March 19 – April 2. Those who sign up to the Sunday Party or Sunday Carnival before the tournament begins and finish up to 50 places outside the money, earn the equivalent of their entire buy-in back as a free tournament ticket.

All Early Bird tournaments also feature larger-than-usual prize pools during the Grand Prix.

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Poker Podium: Online Qualifiers Crushing, Ambassadors Chalk Up Nice Wins, Big Bluffs, & More

While it may have been a short month, some big online poker winners rose to the top in the month of February.

While it may have been a short month, some big online poker winners rose to the top in February. Online operators offered plenty of action with a few players also reaping massive rewards in live events after qualifying online.

Severa site ambassadors also recorded nice scores including Lex Veldhuis, Ian Simpson, and Vivian Saliba. Here’s a look at the latest Poker Podium and some players recording some wins in February.

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The ability to qualify for major online events remains a nice incentive for many online poker players. PokerStars offers numerous opportunities, whether just smaller buy-in satellites or major promotions like Platinum Passes.

The last month saw some of these qualifiers win big. That includes Razvan Belea recently winning the European Poker Tour Paris main event title for $1.2 million. He secured his seat via a €530 online qualifier and is more accustomed to playing low roller events, especially freerolls.

The Romanian may now be tempted to move up in stakes after such a life-changing win.

“This is unreal,” he said after the win. “It’s all I’ve ever dreamed of since I started playing poker.”

If that weren’t enough, the series also featured a stop on the France Poker Series. Another online qualifier found the winner’s circle with France’s Alan Gaosdoue taking down the €1,100 Main Event for €287,830.

PokerStars ambassador Lex Veldhuis also showed off a massive hand in February when heads-up in the $540 Marathon. He ran a huge bluff with 5-high to take a massive pot and then went on to win the event for $5,213.

GGPoker

The $150 Overlay Edition highlighted much of the online action at GG in February. That culminated with Germany’s Philipp Gruissem taking the title earlier this week for $806,385.

The tournament brought in 64,622 entries for an $8.9 million prize pool. As part of the overlay, GG added $1.1 million to the prize pool. The win came after Gruissem took some time away from the game.

“I can still do it,” he noted on Twitter.

In other action, Collin Capone offered a look at what it’s like to win a GG Bounty Jackpot. Playing in a $10.80 Bounty Hunters event, he cashed in for more than $1,000.

Some good vibes also headed the way of GGPoker ambassador Kevin Martin recently. The Canadian poker pro and former Survivor contestant made quite the hero call in a huge pot with only Ace high. His instincts proved correct, eliminating his opponent in a $100 Sunday Hyper event.

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A few days remain in the 888poker Mystery Bounty Series. The action runs through March 7 and the entire series features $2 million guaranteed.

The festivities kicked off on Feb. 19 and 888 ambassador Vivian Saliba making a deep run on the first day of action in the $109 Mystery Bounty Opening. The tournament came with a $120,000 guarantee and saw 1,032 entries. Players also vied for a top bounty of $12,000.

Saliba, of Brazil, ultimately finished fourth for $4,002. A pair of fellow Brazilians took the top two spots with “Leofoliveira” winning the event for a total of $10,812. “perrivini” took runner-up for $9,210, and here’s a look at the final hand.

As of March 1, Brazilians were dominating the series with six titles. The closest other countries were Montenegro, Ukraine, and the United Kingdom with two each

One of the other big events so far included the $109 Mystery Bounty Eight-Max, which came with a $150,000 guarantee. The action produced a field of 1,820 entries for a $182,000 prize pool with a top bounty of $15,000. 

player named “Anywayz” entered the final table in the middle of the pack, but was able to move up and take the win. Anywayz scored the $15,633 top prize plus $1,215 in bounties for a total of $16,848.

Another 888 team member scored a nice run in the series. In the $109 Mystery Bounty ($15,000 guaranteed), StreamTeam member Josh Manley made a final table appearance, finishing eighth for a total of $540.

Fellow ambassador Ian Simpson has quite the celebration after scoring a bounty tournament win for a $5,000 night.

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This operator recently announced a new tournament schedule including the weekly $109 Sunday Party. The PKO (progressive knockout) event comes with a $150,000 guarantee. Online qualifiers start at just $0.01.

The first event debuted on Feb. 6 with 1,608 entries, topping the guarantee by $10,800. “BinkusMaximus” took the inaugural Sunday Party win for a total of $15,955.

On Feb. 26, Party boosted the prize pool to $200,000 and saw 2,014 entries for a $201,400 prize pool. In the end, “Nepomniachtch” ended the party on top, scoring $10,985 with an additional $13,014 in bounties for a total of $23,999. “Takafogonela” took runner-up for a total payout of $13,634.

The new $22 Sunday Carnival includes a $50,000 guarantee and saw a boost to $75,000 on Feb. 26. The tournament saw 3,436 entries for a small overlay. In the end, “Spakman0888” grabbed the win in this PKO event for a payout of $4,254 plus $2,900 in bounties for a total of $7,154.

In other news, PartyPoker ambassador Jaime Staples remains a popular Twitch streamer and recently gave fans a look at how he streams on Twitch. Not a bad online poker setup.

POKER PODIUM: Nice Wins from Kenny Hallaert, Niklas Astedt; PCA, PSPC Events Wrap Up & More

Poker Podium once again takes a look at online and live poker winners from January including nce scores from Kenny Hallaert and Niklas Astedt.

The poker world was busy in January with many online events as well as players heading to some major live events. That included some major online series with Kenny Hallaert, Niklas Astedt, and others finding some nice wins.

GGPoker ambassador Jason Koon also received some welcome news in January, meaning keeping some big winnings from his heads-up battle with Phil Hellmuth. The PokerStars Caribbean Adventure also recently wrapped up with some huge winners.

Poker Podium once again takes a look at January winners from the online and live poker felts.

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No doubt the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure (PCA) was a major event for the site over the last month. Several players won big in the series in January and early February. That included Belarus’s Aliaksandr Shylko scoring the win in the $25,000 PokerStars Player Championship for $3.1 million.

The tournament included 400-plus Platinum Pass winners and attracted 1,014 entries for a $24.8 million prize pool.

The $10,000 PCA Main Event also wrapped up in January. That tournament saw Portugal’s Michel Dattani grab the top spot for $1.3 million. The event produced a field of 889 entries for an $8.6 million prize pool.

A few PokerStars online winners

In the online arena, Huber Sebastian celebrated his recent win in the World Championship of Online Poker (WCOOP). The Stars ambassador and Twitch streamer scored a victory back in September, scoring more than $2,800 in the process. He was pleased with receiving his trophy.

Fellow ambassador Lex Veldhuis made a deep run in the New Year Series Main Event. That included knocking out fellow ambassador Ben “Spraggy” Spragg.

In the end, the tournament saw 5,362 entries with Switzerland’s “Scoops2022” scooping the title for $143,479. 

GGPoker

It’s been a huge run recently for GGPoker ambassador Jason Koon, with 2022 bringing plenty of wins and big finishes. A massive Triton Poker win for more than $1.9 million came his way in May.

In October, Koon added a Poker Masters title for $666,000. In December he also chalked up a win in the $50,000 PokerGO Tour Championship for $500,000.

If that weren’t enough, Koon walks away a winner from PokerGO’s High Stakes Duel. He scored $1.6 million after beating Phil Hellmuth in December. When no one stepped up to battle Koon, he was declared the winner of the series in January. He now has more than $42 million in live tournament winnings.

GG online winners

Numerous online players continue celebrating some GG tournament wins as well. That included streamer and YouTuber “Questje,” who also made his first online final table deal on the site.

Brazilian recreational player “Be Lima” turned a free qualifier ticket into a $1 tournament entry. He then took the top spot for a hearty return on investment.

888poker

The XL Winter Series wrapped up at 888 in January and awarded more than $1.5 million. The result easily topped the $1 million overall guarantee and saw several players scoop some nice paydays. In total, the series produced 16,168 entries with most buy-ins ranging from $5.50 to $55.

In the international competition, players from Romania and Brazil came out on top with five wins each. German players scored four titles while Lithuanians snagged three.

The $250 Main Event highlighted the series and featured a $500,000 guarantee. The mystery bounty event also featured a top bounty of $50,000 and the tournament saw 2,059 entries.

In the end, “AMG_people” came back from one of the shorter stacks at the final table to secure the win. The Ukrainian player bagged $37,592 in prize money and bounties. Ukraine’s “alwaySsmilee” finished runner-up for $32,567.

The $2,100 Super High Roller was another highlight and guaranteed $100,000. The event saw 51 entries for a $102,000 prize pool.

Sweden’s Niklas “tutten7” Astedt found the winner’s circle for $37,740. No stranger to poker success, Astedt has $1.8 million in live tournament winnings as well as other major wins online. Canada’sbeebsterizer” took runner-up for $25,500.

A look at 888 Live winners

In other 888 news, the site recently headed to Mardrid for the latest 888poker Live series. Spain’s Adrian Garcia came out on top for a nice score of €92,000.

Russia’s Oleg Bystrenin took runner-up for €60,000. 888’s newest ambassador Lucia Navarro also shined. The poker YouTiuber scored fourth for €27,000 and was pleased overall with her play.

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The PartyPoker Championship Winter Edition took center stage at PartyPoker in January. The  $530 Main Event highlighted the series, attracting 1,089 entries.

The tournament easily topped the $500,000 guarantee, garnering a $544,500 prize pool. Ireland’s Rytis Strigunas claimed the win for $78,160 after a deal with runner-up Victor Oliveira Girao, of Brazil, who scored $72,827.

Henrique Miguel Santos Da Silva, of the United Kingdom, took down the $35 Mini Main Event for $20,284. Well-regarded pro Kenny Hallaert scored the win in the $215 PKO Championship for $24,937.

POKER PODIUM: November Online Poker Winners Include Luis Faria for Massive $1.2 Million Payday 

November brought about plenty of major winners in the international online poker scene including Luis Faria with a seven-figure score.

The month of November brought about plenty of major winners in the international online poker scene. That was highlighted by Portugal’s Luis Faria coming out on top in the WCOOP Take 2 Main Event for a seven-figure score.

Other action also saw players cash in for major victories at a tiny price point. That included a six-figure win for only $6 at GGPoker. An 888poker winner also turned a free entry into a major championship. Here’s a look at some players who shined in November.

PokerStars

The World Championship of Poker (WCOOP) Take 2 played out in November and saw some big names rise to the top. The mini-series featured $28 million guaranteed and several main events.

The $10,300 Main Event highlighted the series with Luis Faria coming out on top for $1.3 million. The event brought in 760 entries for a $7.6 million prize pool.

The massive score came after winning a $530 PKO Sunday Warm-Up earlier in the series for $83,854. Along with his massive online winnings, Faria also has $811,000 in live tournament cashes.

Benny “RunGodlike” Glaser proved to be another nice winner in the series, taking two titles in Take 2 for a total of four during the entire WCOOP series. During Take 2, Glaser scored $19,107 for winning Event 14-H: HORSE and also grabbed a title in Event 04-L: No Limit Omaha Hi/Lo for $2,334.

PokerStars ambassador Parker “Tonkaaaa” Talbott also grabbed a trophy, winning Event 02-H: $1,050 Eight-Game for $21,092. It was almost a Take 2 double for the Canadian poker pro as well.  He finished runner-up in Event 05-H: $1,050 Turbo for $30,970.

Some other Stars ambassadors also found nice runs in the series. Spanish pro and the winner of the first PokerStars Player Championship, Ramon Colilas, scored runner-up in Event 01-H for $26,846. Mason “Pye_Face” Pye also found a second place in Event 02-M: $109 Eight-Game for $4,980.

The United Kingdom’s Sam Grafton is no stranger to online poker success and that continued in Take 2. He just missed out on winning the $530 Main Event, finishing runner-up for $44,258. Argentina’s Ramiro “ramastar88” Petrone took that title for $62,088.

Grafton also finished in third place in a $5,000 Titans side event for $94,343. He also has more than $12 million in live tournament winnings.

GGPoker

A nice story emerged from GG in November. The site’s $11 Flip & Go Millionaire offered players of all bankrolls a chance at a nice payday and topped the $1 million guarantee.

In the end, 22-year-old German university student Niclas G. came out on top for $54,929.

“It still feels incredible to have won such a big tournament with over $1 million guaranteed,” he told PokerScout after the win. “Many players wait for these spots their entire life, and it really took me a while to realize what I had achieved.”

Interestingly, Niclas missed out on much of the early stages of the tournament.

“I was actually on the road for the first one or two hours of the tournament, and was sitting out like a third of the hands since I wasn’t able to be on the phone the whole time,” he says. “Nevertheless, I managed to build a stack and continued playing at home until the end.”

GG also recently launched Bet & Go tournaments to correspond with World Cup events. Players can notch some nice wins in these football-style tournaments. One player celebrated grabbing a $10,000 SuperMillion$ seat after an Argentina win. It looked to be a nice feeling to score a win on the tournament felt and on the pitch.

One player on the site also saw quite an interesting hand play out with a majority of the table starting with pocket pairs.

888poker

It was a busy month in November at 888poker with plenty of winners in the site’s Knockout Games Mystery Bounty series. One of the biggest of those was Germany’s “quvai” in the $250 Main Event. 

Quavi scored a free entry into the $250 Main Event for free via 888pokerTV ticket giveaway. He then turned that into winning the title and scoring a total of $40,613 – a 100% return on investment.


888’s own StreamTeam member Jordan Banfield also produced a nice result in the event. He took fourth place for $17,327. The tournament saw 1,924 entries and featured a $500,000 prize pool with a $50,000 top bounty. The UK’s “youler” was the lucky winner of that prize, taking home a total of $52,050.

In the $2,100 Super High Roller PKO saw 57 players for a $114,000 prize pool. “Matas.C” scored the title for a total payout of $35,656.

Overall, players from Brazil notched the most wins in the series with five titles. Lithuanians players finished second with three. Ukraine, Chile, Latvia, the United Kingdom, Germany, Canada, and Ukraine all had two titles.

In other recent action, the 888poker continued the site’s 20th-anniversary celebration in November with the CNP888poker LIVE Madrid series in Spain at the Casino Gran Madrid Torrelodones.

Abel Gongora celebrates his 888poker Live Madrid win. (photo courtesy 888poker)

The €1,100 Main Event highlighted the action and brought in 374 entries for €349,241 prize pool. Spain’s Abel Gongora reached the final table with  a sizable chip lead and parlayed that into a win.

He scored €70,000 for his efforts and now has more than $100,000 in live tournament winnings. Bernat Carreras, also of Spain, finished runner-up for €50,000.

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One of the biggest recent winners at PartyPoker may be Sebastien Proulx. The Canadian player took down the MILLIONS Online KO Winter Edition Main Event for $123,602 after qualifying via a $6 satellite.

Proulx advanced up three qualifying steps before taking his seat into the Main Event. It was quite a run to winning six figures for the price of a hamburger and fries.

In other action, the $1,050 Grand recently saw Jans Arends, of Austria, come out on top for $22,397. The event produced 120 players for a $118,700 prize pool. Beyond his online winnings, Arends also has $522,144 in live tournament winnings.

Earlier in November, Brazil’s Rodrigo Seiji also grabbed a Grand title for $23,495. He topped a field of 103 final phase players that created a $104,055 prize pool. Seiji also has more than $900,000 in live tournament winnings.

Next up at the site is the PartyPoker Players Championship Winter Edition, running Dec. 25 – Jan. 17. The festival features a $530 Main Event with $500,000 guaranteed. Online qualifiers are already underway and for a complete preview, click here.

Six Dollars to Six Figures: Canadian Player Records Massive ROI to Win PartyPoker Main Event Title

Sebastien Proulx won a seat in PartyPoker's MILLIONS Online Main Event for $6 and went on to win the title and $123,602.

Sebastien Proulx went on an impressive run recently at PartyPoker. In the MILLIONS Online KO Winter Edition Main Event, the Canadian player won his seat through a $6 satellite investment and turned that into $123,602 and the title.

This was quite a turn of events for Proulx, who scored a massive online poker tournament win for the price of a hamburger and fries. The win is considered one of the best returns on investment in PartyPoker history. 

The main event saw 978 entries and the $1,050 buy-in tournament came with a  $1 million guarantee.

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Road to Main Event victory thanks to earning a seat via PartyPoker satellites

Earning a seat into the Main Event required some work for Proulx. Earlier in the month, he entered a Phase 1 satellite and began his road to victory.

After winning that, he advanced on to Phase 2. This next round was a $33 buy-in that rewarded a seat into the $1,050 KO Main Event. He took down that event as well and was ready for the real deal.

Three days later he had $123,602 in his PartyPoker account. The final table was streamed on PartyPoker’s Twitch channel.

A look at the winner

Before this tournament, the player from Laval, Quebec, Canada, had lifetime live tournament winnings of $49,829, according to Hendon Mob. At the tables, some previous live final table experience may have helped secure his recent win. Those include:

  • $330 PartyPoker Live Eight-Max (2017) – seventh for $4,749
  • $230 Playground Power Six-Max Bounty (2018) – first for $5,227
  • $250 NLH Rio Daily Deepstack  (2019) – fifth  for $4,581

This time, Proulx was able to break through with a big online win as well.

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Main Event final table results

Eight different countries were represented at the final table. But at the end of the day Canada came out victorious. 

The final table was no walk in the park, however. Proulx had to overcome such players as British powerhouse Martins Adeniya. He also needed a little bit of luck to take out Portugal’s Andre Marques, who finished runner-up for $90,015.

In the final hand, Proulx held 5-7 versus Marques’ J-8. The flop came J-9-7 and Marques looked to be in great shape. But the turn was a disaster for Marques when a 5 landed on the board.

Both players went all in and Proulx’s hand held for the final knockout. Here’s a look at the total final table results including prize payouts and bounties. 

  1. Sebastien Proulx (Canada) – $123,602
  2. Andre Marques (Malta) – $96,015
  3. Mathias Siljander (Finland) – $56,851
  4. Vojtech Skalak (Czech Republic) – $40,054
  5. Vlad Martynenko (Ukraine) – $45,779
  6. Viktor Zsemlye (Austria) – $19,405
  7. Martins Adeniya (United Kingdom) – $12,845
  8. Matthieu Rodriguez (United Kingdom) – $13,580
  9. Pieter Theelen (Austria) – $7,397

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Satellites Begin for PartyPoker Championship Winter Edition $500,000 Main Event

The PartyPoker Championship Winter Edition is set for Dec. 25 – January 17 and qualifying is underway for the $500,000 guaranteed Main Event.

The PartyPoker Championship Winter Edition is set for Dec. 25 – January 17 and qualifying is already underway for the $530 Main Event, which features a $500,000 guarantee.

While Party hasn’t released the complete schedule yet, online qualifiers for the Main Event are now underway. In the recent $1,050 MILLIONS Online Knockout Main Event, Canada’s Sebastien Proulx scored the ultimate return on investment for a small buy-in. He won the event and scored $123,602 for his victory after earned his seat in a $6.60 satellite.

Online poker players looking to make their own big run in the PPC Winter Edition can now give it a shot at earning a Main Event spot.

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Details on the PPC Winter Main Event

Players jumping in the Main Event will find six starting flights, with the first set for Dec. 25. Players start with 500,000 chips and levels last 15-minutes.

Competitors can re-enter once before the end of the 12th level. All Main Event starting flights conclude when only 15% of the field remains in each flight.

Those players then move on to Day 2, set for Jan. 16. Advancing players are then already in the money as well with a min-cash already pocketed. The final table is then set for Jan. 17. Here’s a look at the complete Main Event schedule.

  • Dec. 25 – Day 1A
  • Jan. 1 – Day 1B
  • Jan. 8 – Day 1C
  • Jan. 15 – Day 1D
  • Jan. 16 – Day 1E
  • Jan. 16 – Day 1 Turbo
  • Jan. 16 – Day 2
  • Jan. 17 – final table

Details on PartyPoker Winter Edition qualifying

PartyPoker is once again looking to get players of all bankroll levels involved in the series. Those looking to earn a Main Event seat at a lower price point have numerous options.

Qualifiers on the satellite tree start at just $0.01. Other qualifying options are priced at $1.10, $5.50, and $22. These feed into the weekly PPC Winter Main Event Satellite, which has no direct buy-in.

Party is also soon launching special PPC Winter Edition SPINS. Thousands of tournament tickets will be up for grabs. Buy-in levels offering tournament seats range from $3.30 – $53 with tournament tickets from $33 – $53.

PartyPoker should release a complete series schedule in the coming weeks.

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Poker Podium: Ian Hamilton, Adrian Mateos, Hannes Jeschka Among Online Poker’s October Winners

Poker Podium offers another look at some online and live poker winners over the last month from online poker operators.

There was plenty of action from the major online poker operators in October. From big winners on the European Poker Tour to a million-dollar score at GGPoker, players cashed in right up through Halloween in both the live and online arenas.

The month also brought some interesting online challenges with GGPoker’s Kevin Martin now facing an interesting athletic feat. Once again Poker Podium takes a look at some of online poker winners and headlines from the last month.

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The European Poker Tour stop in London was a huge part of the PokerStars action in October. The £5,300 Main Event highlighted the series from Oct. 22-28.

After surviving several all-in situations at the final table, the United Kingdom’s Ian Hamilton took the title for £664,400. Jack Sinclair, also from the UK, finished runner-up for £414,650 in a tournament that saw 749 entries.

Former Deliveroo executive Adam Miller also proved to be a success at EPT London. The company offers restaurant delivery services in the UK and Miller served as the company’s chief financial officer.

Adam Miller battles at the EPT London. (photo courtesy PokerStars)

At EPT London, Miller delivered some nice finishes. After winning a £530 online satellite, he scored a Main Event package valued at £9,200. He then went on to finish 56th for £11,200.

Next, Miller took seventh in the £550 Eight-Game mix for £2,370. He battled PokerStars ambassadors Georgina “GJReggie” James and Parker “Tonkaaaa” Talbot at the final table. 

Miller’s run in the series got even better in the £10,300 High Roller. He took the top spot for £358,550. With his recent success, more poker tournaments look to be in his future.

“Yeah, I’m going to start traveling around a bit more to play more of these bigger buy-in events,” he said. “I haven’t decided between EPT Prague and another event in December, but I’ll play in the Bahamas and then play a full World Series of Poker schedule next year.”

Mystery Bounty rewards Platinum Pass 

The £3,000 Mystery Bounty was a major part of the action in London with a Platinum Pass as one of the bounties up for grabs. Germany’s Hannes Jeschka added to a nice year, bagging the pass and a trip to the $25,000 PokerStars Players Championship in January.

Hannes Jeschka accepts his new Platinum Pass. (photo courtesy PokerStars)

The win came after Jeschka won a $5,300 tournament in Cyprus in August for $542,000. Adding one of poker’s biggest prizes wasn’t on his mind when the action got underway.

“When I entered this tournament I didn’t know there was a Platinum Pass,” he told the PokerStars blog. He added: “I was disappointed to bust the tournament and I have mixed feelings right now, but this is overwhelming.”

WCOOP 2022: Take 2 is next up at PokerStars, running Nov. 5-9 with 66 events and total guaranteed prize pools of almost $28 million.

PartyPoker

The Grand Prix KO Autumn Edition was in the spotlight at Party in October. The $109 Main Event featured a $500,000 guarantee and Sweden’s Emil Sjogren grabbed the title for a total payout of $47,569.

The tournament topped the guarantee, bringing in 5,123 entries for a $512,300 prize pool. The Czech Republic’s Jiri Havlena took runner-up for $36,451.

The $320 Six-Max High Roller was another major event in the series and saw Brazil’s Gabriel De Melo come out on top. The tournament easily topped the $200,000 guarantee, attracting 773 entries for a $231,900 prize pool.

De Melo won $30,383 for the title with Canada’s Philippe D’Auteuil taking runner-up for $18,150.

The MILLIONS Online series is also now underway at PartyPoker. The series kicked off on Oct. 27 and runs through Nov. 15. The action started with Brazil’s William Barbosa becoming the series’ first champion.

He topped a field of 912 opponents in the $162 Opener for a score of $17,225. The event featured a $125,000 guarantee and Austria’s Tomas Patka finished runner-up for $9,568.

Adrian Mateos was another early winner, taking the title in the $530 Eight-Max for $12,461. The Spanish poker pro also has more than $30 million in live tournament winnings and is an ambassador for Winamax. He’ll also be part of an upcoming training session as part of the Winamax Poker Tour.

GGPoker

Much of the action over the last month at GG focused on the Bounty Hunters Series, which runs through Nov. 7 with $50 million guaranteed.

One of the big winners so far is Philippe D’Auteuil, fresh off his nice runner-up at PartyPoker. He took down the $525 Bounty Hunters High Roller Main Event on Sunday for more than $105,000.

GG also partners with WSOP.com in Canada for a new Ontario platform. The site recently ran a WSOP Online mini series with three bracelets up for grabs.

Toronto’s David Cowling won the final event, the $1,050 GGMasters Online Championship. He scored $50,992 and his first WSOP bracelet. For a complete look at the series results, click here.

In other action, GGPoker ambassador Kevin Martin conducted a unique challenge in late October. With $20,000 in his online account, the Twitch streamer had to play 60 hours with the hopes of ending up in the black. If not, the challenge came with an interesting punishment.

The result? He dipped below the initial amount and will now be readying his scooter for a marathon. On the other end of the spectrum, one player recently cashed in via a Bounty Jackpot event for a cool $1 million.

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The XL Retro Series was a huge part of the 888 action in October with more than two weeks of tournaments. The 27-event series saw 10,951 entries and awarded $1.5 million.

Brazilians performed particularly well, winning seven titles. Canada was just behind with players winning six events. Players from Sweden, Germany, Malta, Finland, Uzbekistan, Ukraine, Lithuania, Mexico, the Netherlands, Montenegro, Ireland, and the United Kingdom won titles as well. 

The series saw seven five-figure payouts for first place. The largest came in the $250 Main Event, with “raw_dawg” winning for $70,164. The championship topped the $500,000 guarantee, attracting 2,162 entries for a $508,070 prize pool.

Some of the 888poker ambassador team found nice runs as well. Vivian Saliba and StreamTeam members Nick Eastwood and Josh Manley all made it in the money.

Another StreamTeam member found the winner’s circle. Jordan Banfield took down the $320 Crocodile KO for a $5,418 top prize plus $375 in bounties. The Canadian player collected a total payout of $5,793.

Malta Poker Festival Teams Up With PartyPoker, WPT, Luxon Pay; Online Qualifiers Continue

The Malta Poker Festival kicks off next week and players can qualify via PartyPoker for a complete tournament package.

The Malta Poker Festival kicks off next week and players can qualify via PartyPoker for a complete tournament package. The series runs Oct. 24-31 at the Portomaso Casino and is one of Europe’s premier low-stakes festivals.

Players will find a range of events with the €550 Grand Event running Oct. 26-31 with a €500,000 guarantee. The championship event offers players five starting flights.

Along with major tournament action, there is even more planned for the series. Luxon Pay serves as the official payment partner and has partnered with the World Poker Tour for a special bonus for the Grand Main Event winner.

The champion earns a WPT Prime tournament package for the WPT World Championship at Wynn Las Vegas, which runs from Dec. 8-12. The prize includes a $1,100 buy-in for the $2 million guaranteed event.

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“We are happy to welcome Luxon Pay to the Malta Poker Festival as official payment partner,” event director Ivonne Montealegre said in a news release. “Our well-established community, a magical location, and all the professionalism of a five-star poker experience at Casino Portomaso conjures a very special vibe.

“We are also happy to offer the Grand Event winner, powered by PartyPoker, the amazing opportunity to play the WPT Prime Championship event at Wynn Las Vegas.”

Malta Poker Festival highlights

Those heading to Malta, including PartyPoker online qualifiers, are in store for a nice poker experience. Along with the Grand Event, some other great tournaments await players.

That includes the €225 Hendon Mob Championship kicking off on Oct. 28. The €120 Amateur Poker Association and Tour Maltese Championship also begins on Oct. 29.

The €1,100 CasinoCoin Cup should also be a popular event, with Day 1 starting on Oct. 30. Along with the action on the poker table, several off-the-felt entertainment activities are also planned. That includes the All-In Friday player party at Club Level 22. Here’s a look at the complete tournament schedule.

Malta Poker Festival 2022 powered by PartyPoker

DateEventTournamentBuy-inChips
Oct. 24Opening Satellite to MPF Grand Event€55+5 ($54+5)15K
Oct. 25#1HORSE 5 Game Mix Powered by Cardplayer Lifestyle€200+30 ($197+30)25K
Oct. 25Satellite to MPF Grand Event€55+5 ($54+5)15K
Oct. 26MPF GRAND EVENT DAY 1A Powered by Party Poker : €500K GTD€500+50 ($493+49)50K
Oct. 26Satellite to MPF Grand Event€55+5 ($54+5)15K
Oct. 27MPF GRAND EVENT DAY 1B Powered by Party Poker : €500K GTD€500+50 ($493+49)50K
Oct. 27#3Bounty Hunter Days Malta€200+30 ($197+30)30K
Oct. 28MPF GRAND EVENT DAY 1C Powered by Party Poker : €500K GTD€500+50 ($493+49)50K
Oct. 28#4The Hendon Mob Championship Day1€200+25 ($197+25)30K
Oct. 29#4The Hendon Mob Championship Day2 and FT€200+25 ($197+25)30K
Oct. 29MPF GRAND EVENT DAY 1D Powered by Party Poker : €500K GTD€500+50 ($493+49)50K
Oct. 29#5Ladies First! Hosted by Katie Swift€90+10 ($89+10)20K
Oct. 29#6APAT Maltese Championship Day 1€100+20 ($99+20)100K
Oct. 29CasinoCoin Cup Satellite€130+20 ($128+20)20K
Oct. 29MPF GRAND EVENT DAY 1E TURBO Powered by Party Poker : €500K GTD€500+50 ($493+49)50K
Oct. 30MPF GRAND EVENT DAY 2 Powered by Party Poker : €500K GTD€500+50 ($493+49)50K
Oct. 30#6APAT Maltese Championship Day2 and FT€100+20 ($99+20)100K
Oct. 30CasinoCoin Cup Satellite Turbo€130+20 ($128+20)15K
Oct. 30#7CasinoCoin Cup Day 1€1,000+100 ($986+99)30K
Oct. 30#8PLO Knight Crusaders€180+20 ($178+20)30K
Oct. 31MPF GRAND EVENT Day 3 and Final Table : €500K GTD€500+50 ($493+49)50K
Oct. 31#7CasinoCoin Cup Day2 and FT€1,000+100 ($986+99)30K
Oct. 31#9Bounty Hunter Days Progressive Closer€100+20 ($99+20)20K
Oct. 31#10Win the Spooky CROSS Hosted by Ivonne Montealegre€130+20 ($128+20)20K

Qualifying online at PartyPoker

Players looking to win a seat online still have some opportunities at PartyPoker. Complete €2,000 VIP packages are up for grabs via satellites on the .EU platform. Tournament packages include:

  • five nights’ accommodation for two at the Hilton (Oct. 26-31)
  • €550 Grand Event buy-in
  • All-In Friday player party admission 
  • casino buffet meals during tournament play
  • VIP concierge service

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Luxon Pay officials pleased to join the festival

Along with qualifying online, players can also buy into events via Luxon Pay. The company is also offering bubble insurance for players buying into any events. Players using Luxon Pay will get their buy-in back if they are eliminated on the bubble.

Company officials are glad to be joining the festivities in Malta and also teaming up with the WPT.

“We are pleased to be partnering with the Malta Poker Festival for the very first time as official payment partner,” Luxon Pay business development director Neil Barrett said.

“Ivonne Montealegre and her team, in conjunction with Portomaso Casino, put on a great event and we hope players take advantage of the bubble insurance on all events and the Luxon Pay simple and seamless buy-in experience. We are also delighted to partner with the WPT to offer the Main Event winner a very special bonus.” 

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Football Full House Kicks Off at PartyPoker With Free Prizes Up for Grabs, $5,000 to Weekly Winners

PartyPoker has launched the Football Full House promotion for online poker players with weekly prizes topped with $5,000 cash.

Football fans have a chance to win some free cash at PartyPoker this season. After the international break, the action on the field has returned and Party has launched the Football Full House promotion for online poker players with weekly prizes topped with $5,000 cash.

The contest is free to play for those in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Canada, and the segregated market in the Canadian province of Ontario. The promotion offers players some extra handicapping fun as the players on the pitch get the season started.

“I’m delighted for us to launch the brand’s very first free-to-play game on the sportsbook platform,” PartyPoker sports product marketing manager Myles Goodfellow said in a news release. “We’ve worked tirelessly since joining the team in May to get it live and we’re proud of the outcome we’ve achieved. Hopefully this is just the start of a potential series of Full House free-to-play games.” 

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How to play PartyPoker’s Football Full House

Football Full House is a simple concept. Players predict the scores from a selection of five matches across a weekend. A maximum payout of $5,000 is up for grabs for players correctly guessing the score in all five matches.  

Players in Canada and the Ontario market will see the game option in the PartyPoker Sports and PartySports Ontario platforms.

Players even making one correct selection win a prize. That can include free casino spins, a $5 SPINS ticket, and free sports bets from $10 to $100. The more scores players get right, the more they win and prizes include:

  • 5 correct scores – $5,000 cash
  • 4 correct scores– $100 in free sports bets
  • 3 correct scores – $10 free sports bet
  • 2 correct scores – $5 poker SPINS ticket
  • 1 correct score – 5 free casino spins

* Prizes are also available in British pounds and euros.

More on the promotion

Football Full House kicks off a new round each Monday and is open until the first match begins on Saturday. Additionally, a player submitting predictions receives two personalized bets based on their selections.  

Players can edit their selections at any time up until the round closes.  On top of the chances to win every weekend, a monthly leaderboard offers an additional $1,000 prize.

Competitors can earn up to three points per match in each round. The player with the highest number of points overall each month wins the prize.

Players can also earn badges throughout the season. The more milestones reached, the more rewards earned. Those racking up five badges receive an extra bonus.  

The contest also gives players chances to win during the FIFA World Cup. Four rounds cover the group games and early knockout stages. 

“Football Full House represents a milestone in the Sportsbook’s development and offers our platform a unique and engaging free-to-play game ahead of the World Cup,” sports propositions and promotions manager Tim Anderson said. “This puts us right into the mix with some other products in our space, turning us into a true competitor for customers’ consideration this winter. 

“It is also testament to the Entain platform that we’ve been able to build and design a product we’re really proud of completely in house. The work now begins on making Football Full House even better for our customers, so keep your eyes peeled.” 

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MILLIONS Online KO Bringing Knockout Action to PartyPoker With $1 Million Main Event

The MILLIONS Online KO festival heads to PartyPoker Oct. 27 – Nov. 15  with plenty of PKO action and almost $3 million guaranteed.

Fresh off the MILLIONS Online wrapping up in September, PartyPoker is bringing more of the action to online poker players beginning in October. The MILLIONS Online KO festival runs from Oct. 27 – Nov. 15  with plenty of progressive knockout (PKO) action and almost $3 million guaranteed across the entire series.

The festival is a PKO edition of Party’s popular MILLIONS series and buy-ins range from $109 to $530. The action is highlighted by the $1,050 Main Event with a $1 million guarantee. Here’s a look at what to expect in the series.

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What is a PKO?

PKO events have become a popular form of poker tournament over the last few years. They are a bit different than a traditional bounty tournament and come with some unique aspects.

When knocking out an opponent, a player only receives a portion of a player’s bounty. The other half is placed on the winning player’s head.

This format makes bounties increase throughout the tournament. The final winner usually has accumulated numerous bounties along the way. As bounties increase, players have some interesting decisions to make based on the total that could be won for eliminating an opponent.

The fun events are now found at numerous online poker sites and Party is again giving MILLIONS Online a PKO twist.

A look at the Main Event

The series offers a bit for every level of bankroll. Those looking to get in the Main Event will find seven starting flights. These feature players starting with one million chips and a 20-minute clock.

Each flight ends when only 15% of the field remains. Those players then progress to Day 2 and have already locked up at least a min-cash.

In June, 1,248 PartyPoker players bought into the MILLIONS Online KO Main Event. Brazil’s Felipe Boianovsky took the title for a total of $150,163 including bounties. The final table included Boris Angelov, Christopher Frank, and PartyPoker ambassador Patrick Leonard.

Other highlights from MILLIONS Online KO

Four other tournaments also stand out on the schedule. The $109 Mini Main Event comes with several starting flights and a $300,000 guaranteed prize pool. The $162 Opener offers $125,000 guaranteed with the final day of action playing out on Oct. 30.

Two major Weekender events are also a big part of the schedule. The $320 Seven-Max Weekender comes with $150,000 guaranteed. The traditional $215 Weekender brings players a $125,000 guarantee.

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Numerous qualifying opportunities available

As in past series, the MILLIONS Online KO comes with plenty of opportunities to get in the action at a lower price point. Phased satellites return for a shot at a $1,050 Main Event seat.

 These qualifiers start at just $0.01 and are already underway. The “centrolls” award $1.10 feeder satellite tickets. Players can then progress into a $6.60 Phase 1 and from there into the $33 Phase 2.

Those advancing beyond Phase 2 grab a seat into the weekly final with at least 10 seats in the Main Event up for grabs. There is no direct buy-in for these weekly finals and the first is set for Oct. 9.

Along with those opportunities, special edition SPINS are returning as well. These $30 events pay out a mix of $60 cash or tournament tickets worth between $109 and $1,050. Here’s a look at the complete series.

MILLIONS Online KO October/November 2022

DateTournamentBuy-inGuaranteeFormatStarting stackSpeed
Oct. 27#01 Opener Day 1: $125K Gtd [2-Day Event]1621250006-max1000000Slow
Oct. 27#02 7-Max Turbo: $20K Gtd215200007-max1000000Turbo
Oct. 28#03 8-Max: $15K Gtd109150008-max100000Regular
Oct. 28#01 Opener Day 1: $125K Gtd [2-Day Event]1621250006-max1000000Slow
Oct. 28#04 6-Max Hyper: $10K Gtd109100006-max1000000Hyper
Oct. 29#05 7-Max: $25K Gtd215250007-max100000Regular
Oct. 29#01 Opener Day 1: $125K Gtd [2-Day Event]1621250006-max1000000Slow
Oct. 29#06 7-Max Turbo: $15K Gtd109150007-max1000000Turbo
Oct. 30#07 8-Max Deepstack: $25K Gtd109250008-max150000Regular
Oct. 30#01 Opener Day 1: $125K Gtd [2-Day Event]1621250006-max1000000Regular
Oct. 30#08 8-Max: $50K Gtd215500008-max100000Regular
Oct. 30#09 8-Max: $50K Gtd530500008-max100000Regular
Oct. 30#01 Opener Day 1: $125K Gtd [2-Day Event]1621250006-max1000000Turbo
Oct. 30#01 Opener Day 1: $125K Gtd [2-Day Event]1621250006-max1000000Hyper
Oct. 30#10 Main Event Day 1A: $1M Gtd [3-Day Event]105010000008-max1000000Slow
Oct. 30#11 Mini Main Event Day 1A: $300K Gtd [3-Day Event]1093000008-max1000000Slow
Oct. 30#01 Opener Day 2: $125K Gtd [2-Day Event]1621250006-maxSlow
Oct. 30#12 8-Max Turbo: $25K Gtd320250008-max1000000Turbo
Oct. 31#13 8-Max: $25K Gtd215250008-max100000Regular
Oct. 31#14 6-Max: $40K Gtd320400006-max100000Regular
Oct. 31#15 7-Max Turbo: $15K Gtd109150007-max1000000Turbo
Nov. 1#16 7-Max: $25K Gtd162250007-max100000Regular
Nov. 1#17 6-Max: $40K Gtd109400006-max100000Regular
Nov. 1#18 6-Max Turbo: $20K Gtd215200006-max1000000Turbo
Nov. 2#19 8-Max: $20K Gtd109200008-max100000Regular
Nov. 2#20 8-Max: $40K Gtd215400008-max100000Regular
Nov. 2#21 7-Max Hyper: $15K Gtd162150007-max1000000Hyper
Nov. 3#22 7-Max: $30K Gtd320300007-max100000Regular
Nov. 3#10 Main Event Day 1B: $1M Gtd [3-Day Event]105010000008-max1000000Slow
Nov. 3#11 Mini Main Event Day 1B: $300K Gtd [3-Day Event]1093000008-max1000000Slow
Nov. 3#23 8-Max Turbo: $20K Gtd215200008-max1000000Turbo
Nov. 4#24 6-Max: $15K Gtd109150006-max100000Regular
Nov. 4#25 7-Max Weekender Day 1: $150K Gtd [2-Day Event]3201500007-max1000000Slow
Nov. 4#26 6-Max Turbo: $15K Gtd162150006-max1000000Turbo
Nov. 5#27 8-Max: $20K Gtd162200008-max100000Regular
Nov. 5#25 7-Max Weekender Day 1: $150K Gtd [2-Day Event]3201500007-max1000000Slow
Nov. 5#28 6-Max Hyper: $15K Gtd215150006-max1000000Hyper
Nov. 6#29 8-Max Deepstack: $25K Gtd109250008-max150000Regular
Nov. 6#25 7-Max Weekender Day 1: $150K Gtd [2-Day Event]3201500007-max1000000Regular
Nov. 6#30 8-Max: $50K Gtd215500008-max100000Regular
Nov. 6#31 8-Max: $50K Gtd530500008-max100000Regular
Nov. 6#25 7-Max Weekender Day 1: $150K Gtd [2-Day Event]3201500007-max1000000Turbo
Nov. 6#25 7-Max Weekender Day 1: $150K Gtd [2-Day Event]3201500007-max1000000Hyper
Nov. 6#10 Main Event Day 1C: $1M Gtd [3-Day Event]105010000008-max1000000Slow
Nov. 6#11 Mini Main Event Day 1C: $300K Gtd [3-Day Event]1093000008-max1000000Slow
Nov. 6#25 7-Max Weekender Day 2: $150K Gtd [2-Day Event]3201500007-maxSlow
Nov. 6#32 7-Max Turbo: $20K Gtd215200007-max1000000Turbo
Nov. 7#33 7-Max: $20K Gtd109200007-max100000Regular
Nov. 7#34 7-Max: $40K Gtd215400007-max100000Regular
Nov. 7#35 6-Max Turbo: $20K Gtd162200006-max1000000Turbo
Nov. 8#36 6-Max: $25K Gtd162250006-max100000Regular
Nov. 8#37 8-Max: $40K Gtd109400008-max100000Regular
Nov. 8#38 6-Max Hyper: $20K Gtd215200006-max1000000Hyper
Nov. 9#39 8-Max: $25K Gtd162250008-max100000Regular
Nov. 9#40 6-Max: $40K Gtd320400006-max100000Regular
Nov. 9#41 7-Max Turbo: $20K Gtd109200007-max1000000Turbo
Nov. 10#42 8-Max: $30K Gtd320300008-max100000Regular
Nov. 10#10 Main Event Day 1D: $1M Gtd [3-Day Event]105010000008-max1000000Slow
Nov. 10#11 Mini Main Event Day 1D: $300K Gtd [3-Day Event]1093000008-max1000000Slow
Nov. 10#43 6-Max Turbo: $20K Gtd215200006-max1000000Turbo
Nov. 11#44 6-Max: $20K Gtd162200006-max100000Regular
Nov. 11#45 Weekender Day 1: $125K Gtd [2-Day Event]2151250008-max1000000Slow
Nov. 11#46 7-Max Hyper: $10K Gtd109100007-max1000000Hyper
Nov. 12#47 8-Max: $25K Gtd320250008-max100000Regular
Nov. 12#45 Weekender Day 1: $125K Gtd [2-Day Event]2151250008-max1000000Slow
Nov. 12#48 6-Max Turbo: $15K Gtd162150006-max1000000Turbo
Nov. 13#49 8-Max Deepstack: $25K Gtd109250008-max150000Regular
Nov. 13#45 Weekender Day 1: $125K Gtd [2-Day Event]2151250008-max1000000Regular
Nov. 13#50 8-Max: $40K Gtd162400008-max100000Regular
Nov. 13#51 8-Max: $50K Gtd530500008-max100000Regular
Nov. 13#45 Weekender Day 1: $125K Gtd [2-Day Event]2151250008-max1000000Turbo
Nov. 13#45 Weekender Day 1: $125K Gtd [2-Day Event]2151250008-max1000000Hyper
Nov. 13#10 Main Event Day 1E: $1M Gtd [3-Day Event]105010000008-max1000000Slow
Nov. 13#11 Mini Main Event Day 1E: $300K Gtd [3-Day Event]1093000008-max1000000Slow
Nov. 13#45 Weekender Day 2: $125K Gtd [2-Day Event]2151250008-maxSlow
Nov. 13#52 7-Max Turbo: $20K Gtd162200007-max1000000Turbo
Nov. 14#10 Main Event Day 1F: $1M Gtd [3-Day Event]105010000008-max1000000Regular
Nov. 14#11 Mini Main Event Day 1F: $300K Gtd [3-Day Event]1093000008-max1000000Regular
Nov. 14#10 Main Event Day 1 Turbo: $1M Gtd [3-Day Event]105010000008-max1000000Turbo
Nov. 14#11 Mini Main Event Day 1 Turbo: $300K Gtd [3-Day Event]1093000008-max1000000Turbo
Nov. 14#10 Main Event Day 2: $1M Gtd [3-Day Event]105010000008-maxSlow
Nov. 14#11 Mini Main Event Day 2: $300K Gtd [3-Day Event]1093000008-maxSlow
Nov. 14#53 8-Max Turbo: $25K Gtd320250008-max1000000Turbo
Nov. 15#10 Main Event Day 2: $1M Gtd [3-Day Event]105010000008-maxSlow
Nov. 15#11 Mini Main Event Day 2: $300K Gtd [3-Day Event]1093000008-maxSlow

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