Win a free $215 ticket to the 1M Guaranteed Main Event in the Partypoker KO Series


The $1M Guaranteed KO Series this Sunday, March 4th @20:00 with $215 buy-in is running a brand new free promotion for new and existing players with an account tagged under Somuchpoker!

Partypoker has been running the KO series, progressive knock out structured tournaments, from February 25th -March 4th, with a $1M guaranteed prize pool across 164 tournaments.

How to claim your Free $215 ticket?

1) If you don’t have an existin account on partypoker:

– Create an account on partypoker using the link below and the bonus code SMVIP

Join partypoker via Somuchpoker 

Deposit full First Deposit bonus amount based on your currency

– 100% up to $500 USD
– 100% up to 250 GBP
– 100% up to 325 Euro

All qualifying new players who deposited equal to or more than the full First Deposit Bonus will receive a $215 KO series ticket for Sunday, March 4th.

2) If you have an existing partypoker account tracked under Somuchpoker

– Make 1,000 Party Points between February 25th and March 2nd.
– Contact us if you need support

All qualifying players will receive a $215 KO ticket for Sunday, March 4th.

Tickets will be credited  by the end of March 3rd.

About the KO Series

  • Dates: 25th February – 4th March
  • 164 Progressive Knockout tournaments
  • $10 million GTD series prizepool

The festival will feature seven Championship Events that include three tournaments with $1 million GTD prizepools:

  • 25th February @ 20.00 CET – $215 buy-in – $1M Gtd
  • 4th March @ 20.00 CET – $215 buy-in – $1M Gtd
  • 4th March @ 20.00 CET – $5,200 buy-in – $1M Gtd
  • 4th March @ 18:00 CET – $1,050 buy-in – $500K Gtd
  • 4th March @ 20.00 CET – $55 buy-in – $100K Gtd
  • 4th March @ 20.00 CET – $11 buy-in – $50K Gtd
  • 4th March @ 20.00 CET – $2.20 buy-in – $20K Gtd


Join partypoker via Somuchpoker

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Louis Hartwell

Graduated in Media Communication at the University of Lausanne, Louis Hartman is a co-founder of He began his career in Cambodia as freelance journalist. In same time he was making his living by playing poker every night at that time. Intense learner, he read dozens of poker strategy books to improve his skills during many years. With a strong interest about poker "behind the scene" in Asia and his communication skills, Louis launched Somuchpoker in 2014.

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