Thomas Boivin chains the titles at PartyPoker’s MILLIONS Online KO

Thomas Boivin

Thomas Boivin is in particularly good shape and dominates the edition of MILLIONS Online KO on party poker. The popular Belgian won not one, not two, but three MILLION Online KO titles, totaling over $25,000 in prize money. Even better, Boivin is in the top 15 MILLIONS Online KO Main Event guaranteed $1 million at $1,050 buy-in, where he has already collected $750 in prizes.

Boivin’s first victory came inevent 8-max at $530 buy-in, which attracted a limited number of 84 participants. No final table is easy to get through, but this one was especially tough. The release of the British shark Oliver Sprason made things a little easier, as did the elimination of the Canadian Philippe D’Auteuil and Team PartyPoker star Matt Staples.

The Swedish one ludwig lindstrøm finished sixth, a remarkable achievement considering he had not won a single prize before crashing. Manuel Carvalhowinner of the Weekender 7-Max event, finished fifth before Luciano Holland and Giuseppe Orlando falls, leaving Boivin heads-up against Jonathan Proudfoot.

Both players had already cashed in over $5,600 from the main prize pool, but the final prize was worth much more. Another $6,800 was deposited into Boivin’s account when he knocked out Proudfoot for second place. Boivin collected $12,416 in total, while Proudfoot received $7,798 for his runner-up finish.

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Final Table Results MILLION Online KO #31: 8-Max

Square Player Country bounty Price Total gain
1 Thomas Boivin Canada $6,800 $5,616 $12,416
2 Jonathan Proudfoot Ireland $2,187 $5,611 $7,798
3 Giuseppe Orlando Malta $875 $3,426 $4,301
4 Luciano Holland Brazil $1,562 $2,467 $4,029
5 Manuel Carvalho Malta $1,800 $1,876 $3,676
6 ludwig lindstrøm Sweden $1,538 $1,538
7 Matthew Staples Canada $812 $1,292 $2,104
8 Philippe D’Auteuil Canada $312 $1,133 $1,445
9 Oliver Sprason The United Kingdom $914 $995 $1,909

Smaller tournament, but same result for Boivin

Boivin also found himself standing alone on e7-Max win at $215 buy-in, a tournament with 220 participants for a prize pool of $44,000. Of that total, $7,995 is now in Boivin’s PartyPoker account.

The Belgian has faced well-known figures such as Gustavo Mastelotto, Michael Huberand Matheus Almeidabefore you fight one on one with Charlie Combs from Great Britain. Once again, Boivin prevailed, relegating Combes to second place.

Boivin completed his impressive hat trick by dominating an 87-man field in the $215 buy-in Hyper 6-Max tournament, a result that netted him $2,059.

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Final Table Results MILLION Online KO #34: 7-Max

Square Player Country bounty Price Total gain
1 Thomas Boivin Canada $4,914 $3,084 $7,995
2 Charlie Combs The United Kingdom $650 $3,077 $3,077
3 Matheus Almeida Brazil $2,032 $2,097 $4,129
4 Michael Huber Austria $781 $1,410 $2,191
5 Ricardo Arraiano Malta $175 $1,023 $1,198
6 Gustavo Mastelotto Brazil $1,481 $807 $2,288
7 Rostyslav Hertsyk Ukraine $412 $619 $1,031

Carvalho named weekend champion

After the elimination of the Brazilian sensation Dalton Hobold, Lander Bereciartua, Samuel Simister, and Charlie Combes also bowed out, and the remaining trio of contestants were guaranteed five-figure sums for their efforts. Giuseppe Orlando was knocked out in third place for $11,197.

Heads-up pitted Carvalho against the Briton David Harvey. Both players pocketed just over $11,000, but Carvalho added $15,998 to his haul by getting his hands on all the tournament chips. The champion ended the night with the top prize of $27,059, while Harvey left the race with $11,776.

Final Table Results MILLIONS Online KO #25: 7-Max Weekender

Square Player Country bounty Price Total gain
1 Manuel Carvalho Malta $15,998 $11,061 $27,059
2 David Harvey The United Kingdom $731 $11,045 $11,776
3 Giuseppe Orlando Malta $3,673 $7,524 $11,197
4 Charlie Combs The United Kingdom $1,340 $5,007 $6,347
5 Samuel Simister The United Kingdom $4,177 $3,383 $7,560
6 Lander Bereciartua The United Kingdom $693 $2,613 $3,306
7 Dalton Hobold Brazil $1,450 $1,862 $3,312

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Boivin isn’t the only one who has won several MILLION Online KO titles since Labib Chilab is now double champion. He won the $3,863 first prize in the $162 Hyper 7-Max tournament, then the $215 Turbo 7-Max for $4,609.

Event buy in Incoming Prize pool Champion Price
#16: 7-Max $162 219 $32,850 Rui Martins $5,975
#17: 6-Max 109 USD 406 $40,600 Viktor Strah $6,276
#18: 6-Max Turbo $215 81 $20,000 Emil Sjogren $5,766
#19: 8-Max 109 USD 277 $27,700 Matheus Resende $4,804
#20: 8-Max $215 198 $40,000 Jan Naderzadeh $8,658
#21: 7-Max Hyper $162 94 $15,000 Labib Chilab $3,863
#22: 7-Max $320 119 $35,700 João Ferreira $7,073
#23: 8-Max Turbo $215 106 $21,200 Giuseppe Orlando $5,340
#24: 6-Max 109 USD 217 $21,700 Steven Rohr $3,273
#25: 7-Max Weekends $320 530 Manuel Carvalho $27,059
#26: 6-Max Turbo $162 125 $18,750 Emre Sancak $4,417
#27: 8-Max $162 158 $23,700 Artem Stukalov $2,653
#28: 6-Max Hyper $215 70 $15,000 Joep Raemaekers $4,510
#29: 8-Max Deepstack 109 USD 328 $32,800 Nicolai Steinert $5,758
#30: 8-Max $215 251 $50,200 Antonio Ortega $8,154
#31: 8-Max $530 84 $50,000 Thomas Boivin $12,416
#32: 7-Max Turbo $215 101 $20,200 Labib Chilab $4,609
#33: 7-Max 109 USD 367 $36,700 John Glackin $6,198
#34: 7-Max $215 220 $44,000 Thomas Boivin $7,995
#35: 6-Max Turbo $162 151 $22,650 Matthew Rodriguez $4,765
#36: 6-Max $162 182 $27,300 Other Ott $5,953
#37: 8-Max 109 USD 390 $40,000 Rytis Strigunas $6,923
#38: 6-Max Hyper $215 87 $20,000 Thomas Boivin $2,709

Four more days until the MILLIONS Online KO Main Event.

$1,050 MILLION Online Main Event, with $1 million guaranteed[/B] and the MILLIONS Online $109, $300,000 Guaranteed Mini Main Event have completed three of their Day 1s, and over 240 PartyPoker players have already cashed their Day 2 tickets.

Some 399 players entered the $1,050 Main Event, but only 60 qualified for Day 2. The Canadian Ian Modder is the man to beat right now, having turned his starting stack of 1,000,000 into a stack of 22,440,524. Additionally, Modder took home $2,281 in prizes.

In it Mini Main Event at $109, 1,237 players signed up, with 184 qualifying for Day 2. The British grinder Jake Adams currently leads with 26,467,704 tokens and $218 from the bounty prize pool.

The next Day 1 of the MILLIONS Online KO Main Event, Day 1D, will take place at 19:05 GMT on November 10. Day 1E is scheduled for 19:05 GMT on November 13, and Day 1F takes place at 16:05 GMT on November 14. The last flight, on a turbostructure, takes place at 18:05 GMT. Day 2 begins at 21:05 GMT on November 14.

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