Following a successful Grand Prix KO Summer Edition earlier this year, PartyPoker invites lovers of progressive knockout tournaments to jump into the action in the Grand Prix KO Autumn Edition. Keep your schedules free between October 6-24 if you want to enjoy your fill of excellently structured PKO events.
The Grand Prix KO Autumn Edition runs from October 6-24 and features 11 PKO tournaments with buy-ins ranging from $11 through $320 that have combined guarantees in excess of $1.9 million. What makes these 11 events stand out from the crowd is the fact they continue PartyPoker’s long-running quest of leveling the playing field for all entrants regardless of the sizes of their bankrolls.
This means all of the Grand Prix KO Autumn Edition events permit only a single re-entry and have limited late registration available. In addition, all Day 1s conclude when only 15% of the field remains. The curtain comes down on proceedings once this figure is reached, with the surviving players progressing to Day 2 with at least a min-cash in tow on top of any bounties they have collected along the way.
Players are permitted to enter the same tournament more than once, even if they navigate their way through to Day 2. However, only a player’s largest stack goes through to the business end of the tournament if they make Day 2 more than once; the other stacks are forfeited.
2022 PartyPoker Grand Prix KO Autumn Edition Schedule
|Oct 6-10||#01 Opener||8-Max||$33||$75,000|
|Oct 6-13||#02 6-Max Championship||6-Max||$215||$200,000|
|Oct 6-13||#03 Mini 6-Max Championship||6-Max||$22||$75,000|
|Oct 6-24||#04 Main Event||8-Max||$109||$500,000|
|Oct 6-24||#05 Mini Main Event||8-Max||$11||$100,000|
|Oct 8-17||#06 7-Max High Roller||7-Max||$320||$250,000|
|Oct 10-17||#07 Super 50||7-Max||$55||$150,000|
|Oct 13-20||#08 7-Max Championship||7-Max||$215||$200,000|
|Oct 13-20||#09 Mini 7-Max Championship||7-Max||$22||$75,000|
|Oct 17-24||#10 6-Max High Roller||6-Max||$320||$200,000|
|Oct 17-24||#11 Closer||6-Max||$33||$100,000|
Six of the 11 events shuffle up on the opening day’s action, October 6. The festival kicks off with the $33 buy-in $75,000 guaranteed Opener, an 8-Max affair that saw Magnus Thomsen of Denmark walk away with $8,313 during the Summer Edition of the series.
Also commencing on October 6 are a $215 buy-in $200,000 guaranteed 6-Max Championship, the $22 Mini 6-Max Championship with its $75,000 guarantee, and the first flights for the $109 buy-in $500,000 guaranteed Main Event and the $11 buy-in $100,000 guaranteed Mini Main Event.
PartyPoker’s famous centroll satellites will be available for the Grand Prix KO Autumn Edition Main Event and Mini Main Event, opening the door to a mega payday for player with the smallest of bankrolls. Why not download PartyPoker via PokerNews and try to play your way to a shot at the big time?