partypoker MILLIONS Online KO Features $3m Guarantee, Runs Till Nov 14
- MILLIONS Online KO takes place on PartyPoker from October 27 to November 14
- The festival features 53 PKO tournaments with a combined guarantee of $3 million
- MILLIONS Online KO is headlined by a $1,050 buy-in, $1M GTD Main Event
partypoker is hosting yet another exciting online poker festival which should excite mobile poker players this month, the MILLIONS Online KO.
The series commenced on October 27 and comes right on the heels of the successful Grand Prix KO Autumn Edition.
The series runs until November 14 and features $3 million in total guaranteed prize pool.
partypoker MILLIONS Online KO – Key Details
MILLIONS Online KO features a total of 53 high-stakes Progressive Knockout tournaments running for nearly three weeks. Entry fees range from $109 to $1,050.
The schedule is filled with 6-Max, 7-Max, and 8-Max tournaments adopting Turbo, Deepstack, and Hyper Turbo structures.
The series kicks off with the $163 buy-in Opener which offers $125,000 in guarantees. This opening event has six Day 1 flights, with Day 2 scheduled for October 30.
The festival is headlined by the MILLIONS Online KO Main Event which takes place from October 30 to November 14. The tournament comes with a $1,050 buy-in and a huge $1 million guarantee.
Players begin with 1,000,000 chips which are played to 20-minute levels, with blinds starting at 5,000/10,000/1,000a. Players can late-register until the conclusion of Level 12. The tournament features seven starting flights and whoever makes it to the top 15% in each Day 1 will advance to Day 2 which takes place on November 14. By that time, each player will have already secured a min-cash, on top of the bounties they’ve collected along the way.
Those who cannot afford the $1,050 buy-in may still qualify for the tournament via satellites which they can enter for as low as $0.01. In addition to that, partypoker will also be running MILLIONS Online KO Edition SPINS.
The previous edition of the MILLIONS Online KO Main Event attracted 1,249 players. It was won by Brazilian player Felipe Boianovsky for $150,163.
This year’s Main Event also comes with a Mini version which also runs from October 30 to November 14. The tournament costs just $109 to enter and features $300,000 in guaranteed prize money.
Another key tournament on the schedule is Event #25: 7-Max Weekender which has a buy-in of $320 and awards $150,000 in guarantees. It runs from November 4-6. A second Weekender event with an entry fee of $215 and a guarantee of $125,000 takes place from November 11-14.