Day 2 of the UFC KO Poker Series. The headlines today…
- Lex Veldhuis holds onto his Team Pro KO Challenge lead
- Experts confirm “It’s not a typo”: Spraggy closing in on second place
- DSmunichlife leads the overall standings
With something like 20 events played the KO leader boards are starting to stretch out, and not just in the overall standings. But there is still room for surprises in the Team Pro KO race.
Lex Veldhuis: 32 (-)
Fintan Hand: 24 (+6)
Ben Spragg: 23 (+17)
Note: We spotted it too. We have double checked. Multiple times. The Spraggy figure is correct.
Fintan Hand: 4.8 (5 events played)
Lex Veldhuis: 4 (8 events played)
Ben Spragg: 3.3 (7 events played)
Lex Veldhuis: 14
Ben Spragg: 11
Fintan Hand: 4
Note: We may have just accidentally uncovered a winning strategy for the Spraggy campaign.
There’s a UFC 241 package to the winner of the overall KO contest (as well as two other packages to be awarded in All-In Shoot Outs).
Each package is made up of flights, hotel and two tickets to Anaheim, California, for a night to remember this August.
Here’s how things stand on Tuesday morning: DSmunichlife is out to a good lead.
Remember there are two other opportunities to win a UFC 241 package. And you don’t have to top the KO table to win.
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.
Seven more events today with $775,000 of guaranteed prize money and thousands of KOs to pick up along the way.
11:00 ET. Event 21: $109 NLHE, $100K Gtd
12:30 ET. Event 22: $530 NLHE [High Roller], $125K Gtd
13:00 ET. Event 23: $11 NLHE, $75K Gtd
14:45 ET. Event 24: $215 NLHE, $150K Gtd
15:30 ET. Event 25: $55 NLHE, $125K Gtd
17:00 ET. Event 26: $1,050 NLHE [Turbo, Daily Cooldown SE], $100K Gtd
18:00 ET. Event 27: $109 NLHE [Hyper-Turbo], $100K Gtd
Events in bold are odd-numbered events. Spraggy, play these.
For details on the series, more events, and how to take part, check out the UFC KO Poker Series homepage.