partypoker MILLIONS Online KO Edition Keep your schedules free between May 5 and May 31 if big progressive knockout tournaments are your specialty because those are the dates the MILLIONS Online KO Edition takes place. MILLIONS Online is partypoker ’s flagship festival but it has never been fully focused on PKO events…until now.
A total of 71 PKO events, with buy-ins from $109 to $1,050, adorn the busting schedule. Everything kicks off with the $162 buy-in $200,000 Opener , which has six flights from May 5 through May 8. Everyone who makes it through to Day 2 is guaranteed at least a min-cash.
May 8 sees the first Day 1 of the series’ Mini Main Event . It commands a $109 buy-in and features a guaranteed prize pool weighing in at an impressive $500,000 . However, it is another event starting on May 8 that everyone wants to win: the Main Event.
Main Event players need to part company with $1,050 , unless they win their way in from only $0.01, if they want to try secure a slice of the $1 million guaranteed prize pool . That $1,050 is exchanged for 1 million chips. Blinds start at 5,000/10,000/1,000a and increase every 20-minutes. Play on each flight continues until only 15% of the field remains with those top 15% progressing to Day 2 on May 30 safe in the knowledge they have secured at least a min-cash.
All 71 MILLIONS Online KO Edition events are designed with players’ experiences at the forefront of their structures. First, there is reduced late registration in addition to limited re-entries, which helps level the playing field for all players. MILLIONS Online KO Edition SPINS
There are dozens of MILLIONS Online KO Edition satellites running around the clock and they have buy-ins as small as a single cent. However, you may want to look at the special edition SPINS if you spare time of of a premium.
SPINS are three-handed hyper-turbo sit & go tournaments that are done and dusted in a matter of minutes. The MILLIONS Online KO Edition SPINS cost $30 and pay their winner either […]
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