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After news that PokerStars has dished out $14 million in prizing money, it’s time for partypoker to step in and top SECOOP in terms of turn-up in the very least. Say hello to partypoker’s biggest online competition to date.

The KO Series are Upon Us

There is no doubt that Sundays are quite busy, especially so if you are a poker player. Run through any card room online you wish, and you will reach the same conclusion – the biggest pots are played at the end of the week, when the majority of gamers are free to sit down and play dedicated few hours for a chance to walk away quite a bit richer.

On November 25, partypoker will be hosting one of its largest tournaments to date, making sure to bring around as many online players as the platform can hold. The platform guarantees $10 million during the so-called KO Series, which is a bold move after the Caribbean events.

In retrospect, the Caribbean gathering was a raging success, with multiple seven-figure prizing pots. A small snag was hit when partypoker failed to collect enough money to cover some of the tournaments, but that’s no biggie, because the company apparently intends to carry on unperturbed.

So, say hello to the KO Series with their $10 million in total prize money, which, the website hopes, will quickly catch up to the massive PokerStars SECOOP. With multiple events that offer reward money from $200,000 to $300,000, it’s easy to see why people are quite determined to sit down at the virtual table of partypoker and take a shot at the pot.

Beyond the KO Series, The Sunday MILLIONS

But if you think that’s all that November 25 will bring you, you are quite wrong. There is also going to be the first $20 million guaranteed event, aptly called the MILLIONS Online. We are not here to doubt an established company, but if partypoker manage to cover this sum from buy-ins, that would be an enormous feat that will reverberate across the entire industry, prompting others to be more derring-do when it comes to hosting memorable events.

While these tournaments are clearly quite challenging and alluring, partypoker will not have you pay thousands of dollars in entry fees. There will be an assorted variety of tournaments with buy-ins that will start at $0.01 and go all the way up to $530 and beyond. And if you feel like you would much rather play for satellite tickets instead, then it’s definitely your lucky day.

Partypoker are offering four MILLIONS online satellite tournament tickets, which will land you directly with a bunch of like-minded players who are quite determined to top the competition and make it all the way to the end. Emerging victorious from this race will be quite the challenge, but the truth of the matter is that $20 millions are on the line, and no player will think twice before starting to shed loose change in order to be able to compete for the life-changing sums.

Whether partypoker’s initiative will be a success, we will understand tomorrow at the very earliest.