PartyPoker will host the New Year KO Series

KO Series at PartyPoker

PartyPoker has announced the New Year KO Series that will run from December 25 to January 19. This series is clearly not one of those series that aim to set record guarantees, but nevertheless, it is popular among poker players due to the PKO format.

In the fall, PartyPoker hosted the Monster Series with a similar format, which was quite successful. The festival brought together a large number of participants. Now, PartyPoker players will have the opportunity to try their hand in the KO Series.

Basic details of the KO Series

  • The series will take place from December 25 through January 19.
  • Tournament buy-ins vary from $1.1 to $2 100.
  • There will be three Main Events held in a 3-day format.
  • The total number of tourneys: around 70 (full schedule is not yet published).

Three Main Events

The KO Series will have three Main Events with different buy-ins. It will be possible to play the Micro ME for $1 and compete for a share of a $50 000 guarantee. The Mini ME will cost players $109; its guarantee amounts to $300 000. The key Main Event will be a $1 050 tournament with $1 000 000 GTD.

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The Main Events will be carried out from 16th to 18th January and each of them will have three starting flights. Players will only be able to use one re-entry (on Day 1). The starting stack is 100 big blinds, so you will have plenty of time to show your best play.

Satellites and KO Spins

You can win tickets to the KO Series tournaments in satellites and special Spins. The qualifiers are already available in the poker lobby. There will be three tournaments of various buy-in amounts every hour: $0.55, $2.2, and $22.

You can also win tickets through special Spins for $10. Most often, you will see a $20 prize, but the prize pool also has tickets for the KO Series with buy-ins ranging from $33 to $2 100. Possibility of winning a ticket to the $ 2 100 Main Event: 50 in 1 000 000. Don't miss your chance to catch the biggest multiplier!

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