Monster Series Day 3 saw another $271,076 paid out across 12 eight-handed events, taking the total prize money awarded through 42 of 108 events to an impressive $1,169,934.
Several players walked away with big scores on Monster Series Day 3, including Hungary’s “wonderoli” who took down a $75,000 guaranteed PKO tournament for the largest haul of the day.
$2.5M Gtd Monster Series: The Story So Far
Events completed: 42
Events remaining: 66
Prize money awarded: $1,169,934
$2.5M Gtd Monster Series Day 3 Recap
Monster Series #12-H: $75K Gtd 8-Max PKO
Prize pool: $81,165
Places paid: 200
The Monster Series #12-H: $75K Gtd 8-Max PKO event was the biggest on Monster Series Day 3 as 1,546 entries of $55 were processed to create an $81,165 prize pool that was divided half to the top 200 finishers and the other 50% going on the heads of the entrants.
Hungary’s “wonderoli” was the biggest recipient of prize money after they were the last player standing. The Hungarian’s $5,133 first place prize was boosted with $3,572 worth of bounties, including that on the head of “Niklas3274” of Russia who was the tournament’s runner-up.
Both Niklas3274 and third-place finisher “jambeyang” of the United Kingdom had been busy sending opponents to the rail before busting out and both received a four-figure payout from the bounty prize pool. Niklas3274 scooped $2,029 worth of bounties in addition to their $5,124 prize, with jambeyang netting $1,949 worth of bounties and a $3,333 third-place prize.
Monster Series #11-H: $50K Gtd 8-Max Deepstack
Prize pool: $57,700
Places paid: 152
Another large event on Monster Series Day 3 was the $55 buy-in Monster Series #11-H: $50K Gtd 8-Max Deepstack tha attracted a field of 1,154 who created a prize pool weighing in at $57,700. This sum was shared among the top 152 finishers with all but one of the eight players at the final table, eighth-place finisher “mozgiii”, walking away with a four-figure prize.
Eighth place was worth $727 and the prize money just exploded after that. “HarSh_11” of Serbia collected $1,084 for their seventh-place finish and by the time there were only three players remaining, $4,621 was the least they could take home.
Third place and $4,621 went to Hungary’s “Yokohama88” before another player with 88 in their alias, “yourbehind88” of the UK, lost heads-up to “sneste” of Austria. The British player padded their bankroll with the $7,039 consolation prize and our champion banked a cool $9,837 and the title of Monster Series champion.
Monster Series #14-H: $25K Gtd 6-Max PKO Fast
Prize pool: $35,217
Places paid: 152
Monster Series #14-H: $25K Gtd 6-Max PKO Fast may have only cost $33 to enter but it was one of the biggest events on Monster Series Day 3 thanks to 1,118 players turning out in force to create a $35,217 prize pool.
Only the eventual champion, Poland’s “KorstenViLa”, managed to secure a four-figure prize from the bounty prize pool. The Pole won the $2,257 top prize and increased their payout by $2,888 courtesy of the bounties. Those bounties included the scalp of runner-up “Coci-14” from the Czech Republic who won a combined $3,017.
$2.5M Gtd Monster Series Day 3 Results
|Monster Series #11-H: $50K Gtd 8-Max Deepstack||sneste||$9,837|
|Monster Series #11-M: $20K Gtd 8-Max Deepstack||limp-piv||$2,934|
|Monster Series #11-L: $3K Gtd 8-Max Deepstack||chemodein_||$507|
|Monster Series #12-H: $75K Gtd 8-Max PKO||winderroli||$8,705*|
|Monster Series #12-M: $25K Gtd 8-Max PKO||holaases||$2,778*|
|Monster Series #12-L: $5K Gtd 8-Max PKO||Mauro.Serrano||$688*|
|Monster Series #13-H: $20K Gtd 8-Max Deepstack Turbo||leccese39||$3,053|
|Monster Series #13-M: $7.5K Gtd 8-Max Deepstack Turbo||zoxanatoxa||$1,293|
|Monster Series #13-L: $1K Gtd 8-Max Deepstack Turbo||GuiliGV||$187|
|Monster Series #14-H: $25K Gtd 8-Max PKO Fast||KorstenViLa||$5,145*|
|Monster Series #14-M: $7.5K Gtd 8-Max PKO Fast||evg_mp||$1,135*|
|Monster Series #14-L: $1K Gtd 8-Max PKO Fast||WILDWOOD||$122*|
*includes bounty payments
$2.5M Gtd Monster Series Day 4 Schedule
Wednesday 5th June sees another 12 Monster Series events, all of which are mix-max, scheduled that have combined guarantees worth $240,000. Check out the full listing of events in the table below:
|17:30||Monster Series #15-H: $50K Gtd Mix-Max Deepstack||$55|
|17:30||Monster Series #15-M: $20K Gtd Mix-Max Deepstack||$11|
|17:30||Monster Series #15-L: $3K Gtd Mix-Max Deepstack||$2.20|
|20:00||Monster Series #15-H: $75K Gtd Mix-Max PKO||$55|
|20:00||Monster Series #15-M: $25K Gtd Mix-Max PKO||$11|
|20:00||Monster Series #15-L: $5K Gtd Mix-Max PKO||$2.20|
|20:30||Monster Series #15-H: $20K Gtd Mix-Max Deepstack Turbo||$27.50|
|20:30||Monster Series #15-M: $7.5K Gtd Mix-Max Deepstack Turbo||$7.50|
|20:30||Monster Series #15-L: $1K Gtd Mix-Max Deepstack Turbo||$1.50|
|22:00||Monster Series #15-H: $25K Gtd Mix-Max PKO Fast||$33|
|22:00||Monster Series #15-M: $7.5K Gtd Mix-Max PKO Fast||$5.50|
|22:00||Monster Series #15-L: $1K Gtd Mix-Max PKO Fast||$1.10|
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