After close to a month of action, the partypoker MILLIONS Online KO Edition has come to a close. The online poker room decided to jazz things up a bit in May, offering its members a KO edition of the popular MILLIONS series. Just a few days ago, the Main Event of the series concluded, providing Felipe Boianovsky with just over $150,000 for earning the first-place win!

The event was supposed to offer only $1 million in prize money, but with 1,249 players entered, the pool was boosted to $1,249,000! Half of the amount went to the bounty for each player, and the remaining 50% was shared among the event’s top finishers.

Quick Final Table

The final table of the event saw eight players competing, and it would move quickly. Two players were out fairly early due to short stacks, including Boris Angelov and Patrick Hyllegaard. As players were knocked out, the winner of the hand took the bounty, adding more to their total.

Online poker players would continue to go down left and right until only Boianovsky and Ignas Vitulionis remained. Boianovsky would have a three to one chip lead and he was not going to back down. On the final hand, Boianovsky was all-in with queen-six of diamonds and Vitulionis was in with his final 13 big blinds holding pocket 10s.

A queen on the flop helped Boianovsky and the six on the river secured the hand and the win. Boianovsky is now the first-ever Main Event champion of the MILLIONS Online KO Edition. He earned $79,908 in prize money and $70,255 in bounties with the win.

Final Table Results:

Place Player Prize (Includes Bounties)
First Felipe Boianovsky $150,163
Second Ignas Vaitulionis $89,199
Third Christopher Frank $70,416
Fourth Akesli Paalanen $48,637
Fifth Patrick Leonard $41,140
Sixth Matthias Lipp $24,243
Seventh Patrick Hyllegaard $20,690
Eighth Boris Angelov $12,681

More on the MILLIONS KO Edition

The MILLIONS Online Knockout Edition took place online at partypoker from May 5-31. Players enjoyed the special series with the schedule consisting of only progressive knockout events. Each tournament saw a player have a bounty on their head and it gave players more opportunity to win big prize money due to the bounty.

The schedule included 71 PKO events in total with buy-ins starting at $109 and going as high as $1,050. The series kicked off with the Opener, a two-day event with a $162 buy-in and a $200,000 prize pool guarantee.

The online poker room offered players plenty of ways to earn a seat at various events via satellites and mega satellites. Special edition SPINS were also on offer.

As the MILLIONS KO comes to a close, partypoker now looks to its live event schedule. The series is now in Barcelona and will offer events through June 12.