We’re up to Day s of the UFC KO Poker Series. Here are the latest headlines…
- Fintan Hand still leads despite having scored zero KOs since yesterday
- Lex Veldhuis still second after scoring zero KOs since yesterday
- Spraggy still third after scoring, well, you get the idea…
There had been blistering performances the day before. Perhaps that explains all the swinging and missing for Day 5, which results in, well, nothing really. Not a single KO between them.
All of which means the information below was simple cut and paste.
Fintan Hand: 48 (-)
Lex Veldhuis: 43 (-)
Ben Spragg: 24 (-)
Apologies for it looking a bit samey.
While the Team Pro with the most KOs will earn $1,000, to be played for among their Twitch communities, there are other even bigger prizes to be won during the UFC KO Poker Series.
As we’ve been reminding you all week, there are three UFC 241 packages to be won during the UFC KO Poker Series.
Each package is made up of flights, hotel and two tickets to Anaheim, California, for a UFC night to remember this August.
One of which will be going to the player with the most KOs. Who is that player?
How do you win one of the other two packages?
There are two ways.
First, score three KOs this week in UFC KO Series events and you’ll win entry into a special All-In Shootout next week. The winner will be on their way to Anaheim.
A third package will be given away in another All-In Shootout. This time for players who then go on to KO a further three opponents.
A now standard seven events on the schedule today. That’s $605,000 guaranteed and several thousand KOs (remember you only need three).
11:00 ET. Event 42: $22 NLHE, $75K Gtd
12:30 ET. Event 43: $530 NLHE [High Roller], $100K Gtd
13:00 ET. Event 44: $11 NLHE, $75K Gtd
14:45 ET. Event 45: $109 NLHE, $80K Gtd
15:30 ET. Event 46: $22 NLHE, $100K Gtd
17:00 ET. Event 47: $1,050 NLHE [Turbo, Daily Cooldown SE], $100K Gtd
18:00 ET. Event 48: $55 NLHE [Hyper-Turbo, Progressive Total KO], $75K Gtd
Don’t forget there are now only three more days to play the KO Series, with the main event wrapping things up this Sunday.
And to learn more about the series, including details of other events, and how to win your seat for just a few dollars, check out the UFC KO Poker Series homepage.