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Dzmitry Urbanovich Becomes a KO Series Champion | Online Poker News und Updates


There was a stellar name at the top of the KO Series High Roller 6-Max Turbo payout table on January 12, that of Dzmitry Urbanovich. The Polish sensation has won millions of dollars from poker tournaments and added almost $12,000 to his already impressive tally by winning this event.

KO Series – High Roller 6-Max Turbo Final Table Results

A field of 101 players exchanged $530 for 100,000 chips and the chance to become a KO Series champion. Half the $50,500 prize pool went onto the heads of each entrant with the top 17 finishers sharing the other 50%.

“PUCKBOUCHARD” burst the money bubble when they crashed out in 18th place, but they did manage to win $875 worth of bounties so showed a profit on their investment.

“TheFloes” was the first of the six finalists to dust off their stack. Their account swelled by $2,742 with bounty payments included. “IwillTr1pleU” was the next casualty, their fifth-place finish returning a combined prize worth $2,865.

Fourth place and $3,439 went to “Y0UpdAllmyBills” before “Benetnasch” crashed out in third for $6,461 and setting up a heads-up battle between Urbanovich and “Jakey1128”.

Urbanovich used all his experience and skill to defeat Jakey1128 and defeat him he did. Victory came with a total prize worth $11,883 leaving the runner-up to walk away with $5,925.

Place Player Prize Bounties
1 Dzmitry Urbanovich $4,915 $6,968
2 Jakey1128 $4,910 $1,015
3 Benetnasch $3,258 $3,203
4 Y0UpdAllmyBills $2,158 $1,281
5 IwillTr1pleU $1,584 $1,281
6 TheFloes $1,242 $1,500

KO Series – 6-Max Turbo Final Table Results

The $55 buy-in 6-Max Turbo saw 644 players create a guarantee-busting prize pool worth $32,200. The lion’s share of this pot, namely $4,649, went to “dudalusa” who was the last player standing when the dust settled.

Victory came after the champion elect sent “gGoro” to the rail in second-place. The runner-up was disappointed not to finish in first-place, but the $2,596 they collected will help go some way to numbing the pain.

Place Player Prize Bounties
1 dudalusa $2,197 $2,452
2 gGoro $2,193 $403
3 Nothatcard $1,486 $426
4 Rainer_Zufall $985 $310
5 nuncablefei $659 $346
6 charlesjustin99 $507 $198

KO Series – 8-Max Final Table Results

“Carlitolevis” bought into the KO Series 8-Max: $50K Gtd event for $109 and that buy-in turned into almost $8,500 nine hours later.

This is because Carlitolevis navigated his way through a field of 541-talented opponents and became the latest in a long line of KO Series champions. Victory weighed in at $3,740 from the main prize pool plus an additional $4,744 from the bounty prize pool for a combined prize worth $8,484.

Place Player Prize Bounties
1 Carlitolevis $3,740 $4,744
2 expecto_patronu $3,735 $1,213
3 maestropilfado $2,498 $300
4 SeniorBOB $1,634 $1,191
5 easy.game $1,128 $657
6 Chosenickname $871 $323
7 sandman201 $649 $668
8 F4ber85 $524 $540

Other KO Series Results From January 12

  • HAZE- – first-place in the $11 KO Series Mini 8-Max for $2,309
  • MasterT2901 – first-place in the $5.50 KO Series Mini 6-Max Turbo for $746
  • b dvfdvfb – first-place in the $1.10 KO Series Micro 8-Max for $161
  • littled143143 – first-place in the $0.55 KO Series Micro 6-Max Turbo for $76

KO Series Events Scheduled For January 13

The three High Roller events crown their champions on January 13 and there’s a good chance one of those champions will be Urbanovich. Why? Because he returns to action in the $215 Mini High Roller with 2,516,936 chips, enough for eighth-place form the 23 remaining players.

He’s already locked up $781 worth of bounties and $381 in prize money, but first-place is worth more than $7,100 plus probably even more in scalps!

Time (GMT) Tournament Buy-in
16:05 KO Series – Deepstack 8-Max Fast: $40K Gtd $55
16:05 KO Series – Mini Deepstack 8-Max Fast: $7.5K Gtd $5.50
16:05 KO Series – Micro Deepstack 8-Max Fast: $500 Gtd $0.55
19:05 KO Series #18 – High Roller: $250K Gtd Day 2
19:05 KO Series #18 – Mini High Roller: $100K Gtd Day 2
19:05 KO Series #18 – Micro High Roller: $50K Gtd Day 2
19:05 KO Series #19 – Big Turbo Battle: $50K Gtd $109
19:05 KO Series #19 – Mini Turbo Battle: $20K Gtd $11
19:05 KO Series #19 – Micro Turbo Battle: $3K Gtd $1.10
22:05 KO Series 7-Max Turbo: $30K Gtd $162
22:05 KO Series Mini 7-Max Turbo: $15K Gtd $16.50
22:05 KO Series Micro 7-Max Turbo: $1.5K Gtd $1.65

SPINS Your Way to KO Series Tickets

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Multiplier 1st prize Frequency in 1M Games
2 $20 631,954
3.3 $33 KO Series Ticket 240,755
5.5 $55 KO Series Ticket 123,391
10.9 $109 KO Series Ticket 3,000
32 $320 KO Series Ticket 500
53 $530 KO Series Ticket 250
105 $1,050 KO Series Ticket 100
210 $2,100 KO Series Ticket 50

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