How to win tickets to the KO series events at Partypoker

KO Series at PartyPoker

The popular Partypoker room at the very beginning of 2021 pleases its players with exciting tournaments. Now the room is running a KO series, which will last until January 19.

The three Main Events of this knockout tournament series will begin on January 16th. The buy-ins of the events are very varied and reach $2 100. But you don't have to pay that much to enter - you can win tournament tickets much cheaper and there are several ways to do this.

KO tickets in SPINS

If you want to win tickets to events quickly, then jackpot spin-and-go tournaments, which are called SPINS on Partypoker, are for you.

In tournaments with $10 buy-in, you may receive a ticket to a major event in the KO series.

KO tickets in special satellites

In the series tab, you will find many familiar and traditional satellites for almost every event in the series. Satellites here start from 11 cents, so even with a minimal bankroll, you have the opportunity to qualify for a major event and become a knockout champion.

KO tickets in tournament dollars satellites

There is another interesting way to earn money for entering the expensive events of the series. To do this, you need to play in Partypoker satellites, where tournament dollars can be won. That is, here you can win not just a ticket (entrance) to a specific event in the series, but an impressive amount of tournament dollars. And then, by your own choice, you can take part in the desired event.

Don't miss the opportunity to take part in a profitable series of tournaments right now. Partypoker will delight players with good tournaments throughout the year, so if you suddenly do not have an account, register at Partypoker and start your journey!

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