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KO Series High Rollers Payout Almost $360K
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KO Series continued on January 6, the official last day of Christmas, and what a day of poker it was. The three High Roller events crowned their champions and dished out $357,950 in total prize money while nine other partypoker players finished top of the pile and can now call themselves a KO Series winner. KO Series #11 – High Roller: $200K Gtd Final Table Results “Mr.Eleven11” was crowned the $1,575 buy-in High Roller champion and victory came with a princely sum. The champion walked away with a combined prize of $44,438, thanks in part to securing seven bounties along the way. “nonothx” was one of those bounties, the tournament’s runner-up. Second-place came in at $22,507 with bounty prizes included. Amazingly, the third-place finisher padded their partypoker bankroll with more money than our runner-up! “jsmackers” was busy sending opponents to the rail, doing so on 11 occasions. This resulted in their $12,070 third-place prize being bolstered by a cool $11,695 worth of bounty payments for a total prize worth $23,765. At the complete opposite end of the spectrum was “GylbertFDI” who managed to finish in fourth place without busting a single opponent! They collected $8,203 for their efforts. Place Player Prize Bounties 1 Mr.Eleven11 $17,981 $26,367 2 nonothx $17,961 $4,546 3 jsmackers $12,070 $11,695 4 GylbertFDI $8,203 5 earthworm $5,937 $1,453 6 bustonutso $4,612 $1,875 7 Kabuzz $3,532 $5,062 KO Series #11 – Mini High Roller: $100K Gtd Final Table Results “J.f. Nash Jr. 2” turned their $162 investment into an impressive $14,219 in the Mini High Roller. Some 693-players bought in and created a $103,950 prize pool which I champion helped themselves to the largest slice. The champion was a deserving one having eliminated 13 opponents before claiming his own bounty as you do when you triumph in a PKO. Second-placed “Pablos” fought valiantly and scooped 11 scalps of their own but ultimately had to make do with a bridesmaid finish and with $10,198 in prize money. Place Player Prize Bounties 1 J.F. Nash Jr. 2 $7,063 $7,156 2 Pablos $7,052 $3,146 3 SportCC_nr11 $4,776 $37 4 Finsane $3,164 $1,179 5 Bashkan $2,114 $426 6 suited96 $1,623 $1,019 7 DuckingFork $1,144 $400 KO Series #11 – Micro High Roller: $50K Gtd Final Table Results “Somethingright” must have done something right because they were the last partypoker player standing in the $16.50 Micro High Roller. They battled through a crowd of 2,543 opponents to become the event’s champion. First-place, with bounties included, weighed in at $5,502 which is the equivalent of 333 buy-ins! Wow! That top prize was so chunky because Somethingright defeated “Ricardo_H97” heads-up. The runner-up sent 15 players to the showers so had a large bounty on their head. This went to Somethingright when they came out of the one-on-one battle with all 254.4 million chips in play. GG. Place Player Prize Bounties 1 Somethingright $3,648 $1,854 2 Ricardo_H97 $3,640 $768 3 Lukitadagalera $2,281 $93 4 DirkMilarch $1,524 $215 5 Pink Floyd $1,041 $169 6 Cheezdoodle $739 $197 7 arizona4050 $513 $125 Other KO Series Results Nine other KO Series tournaments concluded on January 6, making for a very busy evening. “trekgeit” was the biggest winner of these nine stars. They triumphed in the $320 KO Series #12 – Turbo Mix for $14,958. trekgeit – first-place in the $320 KO Series #12 – Turbo Mix for $14,958 TwiceMomo – first-place in the $215 KO Series 8-Max for $8,731 Klemmbo – first-place in the $33 KO Series #12 – Mini Turbo Mix for $7,128 Hyrudoid – first-place in the $109 KO Series – 7-Max Hyper for $4,942 WesleyCrushers – first-place in the $22 KO Series 8-Max Mini for $4,224 gi0rdani – first-place in the $11 KO Series – Mini 7-Max Hyper for $1,561 Gervanher – first-place in the $3.30 KO Series #12 – Micro Turbo Mix for $675 tatar2233 – first-place in the $2.20 KO Series 8-Max Micro for $291 dougpa00 – first-place in the $1.10 KO Series – Micro 7-Max Hyper for $93 KO Series Events Scheduled For January 7 Today see one of the most eagerly anticipated events on the schedule shuffle up and deal. KO Series #13 is The Big Freeze which, as the name eludes to, is a freezeout tournament; once you bust, you’re gone. The Big Freeze commands a $265 buy-in and comes with a $100,000 guarantee. There are also Mini and Micro editions costing $27.50 and $2.75 which come with guaranteed prize pools of $40,000 and $7,500 respectively. Time (GMT) Tournament Buy-in 16:05 KO Series – 6-Max: $50K Gtd $109 16:05 KO Series – 6-Max Mini: $20K Gtd $11 16:05 KO Series – 6-Max Micro: $1.5K Gtd $1.10 19:05 KO Series #13 – The Big Freeze: $100K Gtd $265 19:05 KO Series #13 – The Mini Big Freeze: $40K Gtd $27.50 19:05 KO Series #13 – The Micro Big Freeze: $7.5K Gtd $2.75 22:05 KO Series – Mix-Max Hyper Battle: $20K Gtd $55 22:05 KO Series – Mini Mix-Max Hyper Battle: $5K Gtd $55 22:05 KO Series – Micro Mix-Max Hyper Battle: $500 Gtd $55 SPINS Your Way to KO Series Tickets A full raft of KO Series satellites running through the series but you may want to also check out the KO Series SPINS They only cost $10 to enter yet award either $20 cash or KO Series tickets worth between $33 and $2,100! Multiplier 1st prize Frequency in 1M Games 2 $20 631,954 3.3 $33 KO Series Ticket 240,755 5.5 $55 KO Series Ticket 123,391 10.9 $109 KO Series Ticket 3,000 32 $320 KO Series Ticket 500 53 $530 KO Series Ticket 250 105 $1,050 KO Series Ticket 100 210 $2,100 KO Series Ticket 50 There are also loads of KO Series satellites running each day, giving you the chance to turn a small investment into a major poker title and a bankroll-boosting prize. Love poker? Join party! If you’re ready to jump into the action, then click here to download partypoker and get started! If you already have an account with us, click here to open partypoker and hit the tables!
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Timothy Adams wins PokerStars blowout PKO high roller for $167,591
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The latest PokerStars winner of their Blowout Series events is the biggest winner of 2020 at the live felt- Canadian pro Timothy Adams.Taking down the Progressive Knockout High Roller NLHE event which cost $5,200 to enter and saw 148 entries in total, Adams would earn $167,591 for his latest phenomenal performance at a final table that featured players such as Matthias Eibinger, Patrick Leonard and Ole Schemion.With eight players assembling at the official final table in the tournament, it was Eibinger who busted first, his move with ace-five shot down in flames when running into Ramiro Petrone’s suited ace-king that found a flush by the river.With seven left, it was Petrone who left next, the Argentinian going down in the big blind, correctly calling off the small blind shove from Finnish player Eelis Parssinen. Petrone’s queen-ten was ahead of nine-six off-suit, but a nine on the turn did for the South American’s hopes of spinning up his 11 big blind stack before the hand.It was Ole Schemion who busted in 6th place for a total prize of $23,426 when his ace-queen shove pre-flop was dominated and delivered by Timothy Adams’ ace-king, giving the Canadian the lead from British star Patrick Leonard.With five players left the stacks went this way and that before Patrick Leonard found himself short-stacked and turning a spade flush holding jack-nine of spades with a one-ended redraw to a straight flush. Oddly, the hand went to the river before the money went in, but when it did and Leonard’s effective shove for 18.5 big blinds leaving half a blind back was ‘raise-called’ by Adams, the Canadian’s hand of queen-three of spades sent play four-handed with the following stacks:Timothy Adams – 6.24 million (89 big blinds)Eelis Parssinen – 3.79 million (54 big blinds)Dominykas Mikolaitis – 2.91 million (42 big blinds)‘CrazyLissy’ – 1.7 million (24 big blinds)It was ‘CrazyLissy’ who busted next, but thanks to plenty of bounties, the Russian earned over $56,000 and only a little less than the player who departed after him. CrazyLissy’s bounty went to Adams, however, courtesy of an all-in for 29 big blinds with ace-jack and a call with pocket kings and 90 big blinds by Adams.The Canadian was running roughshod over the table and that continued for the remainder of the tournament, which turned out to be less than ten minutes.The 3rd placed player was Lithuanian Dominykas Mikolaitis, who had just 22 bib blinds when ace-seven off-suit seemed enough to move all-in. Mikolaitis was called by Parsssinen, who held king-jack of spades and a king on the flop won the hand for the Finn, despite a worrying open-ended straight draw appearing on the turn to make matters a little sweaty.Heads-up may not have lasted long, but with Parssinen’s stack bumped up to 5.47 million (68bb) after winning that hand, it was no longer a guarantee for Adams to win, as the Canadian had 9.32 million (117bb).With the money chopped, the bounty prize would decide who ended up with the most money as well as the win, and it proved to be a huge hand that won it. Adams had swelled his lead a little in the first four minutes of the battle, and with a raise called, saw a flop of 5-2-Q with two spades, holding pocket queens. Parssinen bet 400,00 and was called. A brick on the turn saw another bet from Parssinen, this time for 880,000, this time prompting another call from the Canadian. On the nine of hearts river, and with four million in the pot, Parssinen shipped 37 big blinds and just under 3 million all-in and was snapped off by Adams, ending the contest in an exciting manner.PokerStars Blowout Series High Roller PKO Final Table Results:PlacePlayerCountryPlaceBountyTotal Prize1stTimothy AdamsCanada$70,755$96,836$167,5912ndEelis ParssinenFinland$70,755$31,211$101,9663rdDominykas MikolaitisLithuania$47,801$9,063$56,8634th‘CrazyLissy’Russia$37,004$19,375$56,3795thPatrick LeonardUnited Kingdom$28,646$1,875$30,5216thOle SchemionAustria$22,176$1,250$23,4267thRamiro PetroneUruguay$17,167$36,484$53,6528thMatthias EibingerAustria$13,290$11,875$25,165If you’d like to watch a full replay of the event’s dramatic final table, which lasts less than a movie at a neat and convenient 83 minutes, you can do so right here:
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Sebastian Henao Leads MILLIONS Online Mini Main Event
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The MILLIONS Online festival has gotten off to a flying start with the Mini Main Event obliterating its $1 million guarantee. A massive crowd of 1,127 players bought in across a pair of starting flights and only 169 of those starters remain in the hunt for the $184,507 top prize. MILLIONS Online Mini Main Event Top 10 Chip Counts Place Player Country Chips 1 Sebastian Camilo Toro Henao Mexico 27,039,049 2 Elio Fox Mexico 25,419,260 3 Luciano Hollanda Brazil 23,000,730 4 Patrick Blye Canada 22,663,403 5 Nikolai Penkin Russia 18,426,901 6 Thomas Boivin United Kingdom 18,388,054 7 Viteslav Cech Czech Republic 18,020,370 8 Daria Krashennikova Russia 17,750,348 9 Tom Macdonald United Kingdom 17,618,322 10 Joseph Cheong Mexico 17,118,762 Sebastian Henao finds himself in the envious position of going into Day 2 as the tournament’s chip leader. The Mexico-based grinder is armed with 27,039,049 chips and must fancy his chances of taking down this event from this position. Victory will not be an easy task because there are some exceptional players in the chasing pack. Elio Fox is one of those superstars. Fox, also grinding from Mexico, has 25,419,260 chips in his stack and will have a major say in where this title ends up. The two-time WSOP bracelet winner has almost $10 million in live tournament winnings and more than $4.5 million from the online poker world. Daria Krashennikova flying high in the MILLIONS Online Mini Main Event Slightly further down the chip counts, you find Canada’s Patrick Blye (22,663,403) who is riding the crest of a wave having won the APAT WCOAP Main Event last weekend for $27,408. He’s guaranteed another $2,105 right now but he definitely has an eye on the top prize. Also in the top 10 chip counts at the start of Day 2 are Thomas Boivin (18,388,054) and Russian starlet Daria Krashennikova (17,750,348). As are British high stakes cash guru Tom Macdonald (17,618,322) and Joseph Cheong (17,118,762). Stellar Names Litter The Field Those players are joined by some of the game’s biggest names. Such luminaries as Will Kassouf (16,075,000), Dominik Nitsche (12,483,080), Tom Middleton (11,180,475), and Mike Sexton Classic champion Daniel Dvoress (7,917,694) are all still in contention for glory. As are the likes of Justin Bonomo (6,362,236), David Peters (6,325,618), Kelly Saxby (5,313,311), David Yan (4,882,878), Ami Barer (3,473,910), Roberto Romanello (3,305,634), Hristovoje Pavlovic (2,255,971), and Mike Watson (915,478). Play resumes at 19:05 GMT on February 15 and continues until the 169 returning players are whittled to the final table of nine. Each of those finalists will then be guaranteed $14,826 and will be eight eliminations away from a $184,507 score. Love poker? Join party! If you’re ready to jump into the action, then click here to download partypoker and get started! If you already have an account with us, click here to open partypoker and hit the tables!
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Poker Idols – Jason Koon
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Of all the players to fully embrace the modern poker career, Jason Koon is one of the most respected and revered players at the table.It’s been hard work to get to the top, but Jason Koon is today one of the best poker players of his generation. How did he get there, and which parts were inspiration and perspiration? Let’s take a look.The Cure Beats the InjuryJason Koon hails from West Virginia, and had a tough time growing up, victim of bullying and abuse, as he revealed in this highly personal interview.After graduating, gaining a Masters in Business Administration and Finance, Koon suffered an injury and while in recovery, started playing poker. With his education roomie teaching him NLHE, Koon started studying the game and made the most of his talents as quickly as he could.The Rise to the TopKoon played on PokerStars and Full Tilt, becoming highly profitable on both sites, including taking down a SCOOP event for over $300,000 and chopping a FTOPS event for over $450,000.Koon’s inexorable rise didn’t only come at the online felt. In live events, Koon cashed for the first time aged 23 in a $1,000-entry Deepstack event in Las Vegas. Koon loved Sin City, and of his first 18 cashes, 16 of them were in the Neon hub in Nevada.Koon started winning big, and not just in cash games. Tournament were started to be tamed by the man who was dedicated to his craft. Training to become physically strong, Koon was just as formidable at the tournament tables. He was winning six figure scores all over the place and his major event titles were right around the corner.King of the HillIt says a huge amount that Jason Koon’s biggest fans would appear to be his poker peers. Some of his biggest results have come in the toughest events, against the best players. At 35 years old, Koon might be the best player never to win a World Series of Poker bracelet, but it surely can’t be long until that fact is rendered untrue.Koon’s biggest live tournament cash is the $3.5 million he won by taking down the Triton Poker Short Deck event in Montenegro in 2018, but that’s just one of an amazing eight seven-figure results in the West Virginian’s career. Koon won a million dollars for the first time back in 2016 , taking down the $5,250-entry Seminole Hard Rock Poker Open in Hollywood. He’s won high rollers, super high rollers, and came third in the $300,000-entry Super High Roller Bowl in Las Vegas in 2018.At just 35 years old, if he wants it, a long and highly successful poker career is surely Koon’s for the taking. The work he puts into his game and staying in peak condition may be hard to maintain over the coming years, but as luminaries such as Phil Ivey can personally testify, if anyone can, Jason Koon can.
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KO Series Round-Up: Mini Events Are Anything But Mini!
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You don’t have to spend a lot to win big at partypoker and our Mini KO Series events are proof of that claim. The more affordable tournaments on the KO Series schedule continue to produce juicy prize pools and award their champions substantial prizes. This is only possible thanks to your incredible support of these events. Long may it continue! KO Series – 6-Max Mini: $20K Gtd Final Table Results “SoniC23” became a KO Series champion on January 7 when they topped a 2,184-strong field in the $11 KO Series 6-Max Mini. $20,000 was guaranteed but $21,840 paid out. Half that princely sum went on the heads of every entrant with the remaining 50% shared by the top 329 finishers. The champion saw their $11 investment swell to a combined prize worth $2,559, made up of a $1,310 top prize and $1,249 from the bounty prize pool. SoniC23 busted 15 opponents on their way to victory, including “Rataria33” who was our runner-up. Second place, with the bounty element included, weighed in at $1,685. Perhaps we’ll see more of SoniC23 this weekend now they have the equivalent of 232 buy-ins for this tournament in their account? Place Player Prize Bounties 1 SoniC23 $1,310 $1,249 2 Ratraria33 $1,307 $378 3 lol-.- $820 $62 4 Zeromistakesguy $548 $78 5 kuumotus $375 $55 6 frkkkk $267 $147 KO Series – Mini Mix-Max Hyper Battle: $5K Gtd Final Table Results The KO Series Mini Mix-Max Hyper Battle may have only cost $5.50 to enter yet awarded its champion an $863 payout. That champion is none other than “Datschi7” who came out on top after outlasting 1,231 opponents. The busted 16 opponents on the way to victory, which is why their bounty payment was more than “SMYSoul” collected for second-place alone. It certainly pays to be aggressive and get your hands on polayers’ scalps when you enter a PKO tournament. Place Player Prize Bounties 1 Datschi1 $396 $467 2 SMYSoul $394 $56 3 TonyWIthManners $254 $81 4 uknOwlknOw $172 $16 5 vinnie69 $117 $55 6 Google $84 $44 Other KO Series Results From January 7 AngryPolarBear8 – first-place in the $55 KO Series Mix-Max Hyper Battle: $20K Gtd for $5,363 Pinguinho – first-place in the $109 KO Series 6-Max: $50K Gtd for $8,367 katalaMD30 – first-place in the $1.10- KO Series 6-Max Micro: $1.5K Gtd for $185 Bilo Black – first-place in the $0.55 KO Series Micro Mix-Max Hyper Battle: $500 Gtd for $73 KO Series Events Scheduled For January 8 Day 2 of The Big Freeze events shuffle up and deal at 19:05 GMT today and their champions crowned a few hours later.”Frefem99” is the player to catch in the $265 edition where only 68 of the 403 starters remain. “Johnh” leads the 116 returning players, from a field of 1,561, in the $27.50 Mini Big Freeze, while “Jak14 477” is in pole position in the $2.75 Micro Big Freeze where the 1,584-strong field has been whittled to only 87 hopefuls. More fresh events commence on January 8, including the trio of Weekender tournaments which are going to be spectacular. Day 1A starts at 19:05 GMT with Day 1B getting underway at the same time on January 9. The come with buy-ins of $530, $55, and $5.50, and with guaranteed prize pools weighing in at $400,000, $100,000, and $15,000 respectively. Time (GMT) Tournament Buy-in 16:05 KO Series – Mix-Max: $40K Gtd $55 16:05 KO Series – Mini Mix-Max: $7.5K Gtd $5.50 16:05 KO Series – Micro Mix-Max: $500 Gtd $0.55 19:05 KO Series – The Big Freeze: $100K Gtd 19:05 KO Series – The Mini Big Freeze: $40K Gtd 19:05 KO Series – The Micro Big Freeze: $5K Gtd 19:05 KO Series #14 – Weekender Day 1A: $400K Gtd $530 19:05 KO Series #14 – Mini Weekender Day 1A: $100K Gtd $55 19:05 KO Series #14 – Micro Weekender Day 1A: $15K Gtd $5.50 22:05 KO Series – 6-Max Turbo: $30K Gtd $109 22:05 KO Series – Mini 6-Max Turbo: $10K Gtd $11 22:05 KO Series – Micro 6-Max Turbo: $1K Gtd $1.10 SPINS Your Way to KO Series Tickets A full raft of KO Series satellites running through the series but you may want to also check out the KO Series SPINS They only cost $10 to enter yet award either $20 cash or KO Series tickets worth between $33 and $2,100! Multiplier 1st prize Frequency in 1M Games 2 $20 631,954 3.3 $33 KO Series Ticket 240,755 5.5 $55 KO Series Ticket 123,391 10.9 $109 KO Series Ticket 3,000 32 $320 KO Series Ticket 500 53 $530 KO Series Ticket 250 105 $1,050 KO Series Ticket 100 210 $2,100 KO Series Ticket 50 There are also loads of KO Series satellites running each day, giving you the chance to turn a small investment into a major poker title and a bankroll-boosting prize. Love poker? Join party! If you’re ready to jump into the action, then click here to download partypoker and get started! If you already have an account with us, click here to open partypoker and hit the tables!
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Seven final poker quotes to inspire you
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When it’s played right, poker should inspire everyone at the table, win or lose. Of course it’s nice to walk away from the felt a winner, but it shouldn’t define your mood. If it does, maybe you’re in the wrong game.Better a rye smile and a few funny words than anything is our motto and it’s with that spirit in mind that we present to you seven final quotes from the great game to inspire your own week at the felt.Let’s get the lesson on!1. “People would be surprised to know how much I learned about prayer from playing poker.”Mary Austin makes the surprise call about a player’s beliefs at the poker table. Have you ever been all-in against an opponent and they’ve called upon ‘The Poker Gods’ to save them despite veering between only agnostic or downright atheist? This isn’t uncommon in real life, actually. In times of peril, many people will summon a higher power for help having previously never believed. We think any God might be quite busy saving the starving and hungry to assist in preventing that one-outer landing on the river, but what do we know?2. “If you play bridge badly you make your partner suffer, but if you play poker badly you make everybody happy.”Joe Laurie Jr. hits the nail on the head, as in poker it really is you against the world. If the world wins, then they want you back at the table as soon as possible. If you win, well you’re happy. It sounds like the easiest thing to be a winner at poker, but it is of course, very difficult. Getting to know how your table (and in microcosm, the poker world) plays, is of course, key. There’s no way around playing at the felt to do this, so stay sharp by staying at the table.3. “Even Jesus wouldn’t bet all of his chips on a Jack-three.”Phil Gordon is inclined to believe that Jesus would have been tight-aggressive or at the very least tight-passive and who are we to disagree. What would Jesus’ favourite hands be? Well it’s hard to look past the son of God set-mining with the cowboys in order to get three kings – that would be the Jesus play. It’s unlikely he’d even call the flop with pocket sixes for fear of landing the hand of the devil – 666.4. “I was tired, a little the worse for drink, jet lagged and light-headed – four out of four conditions in which one should certainly not play poker in Las Vegas.”There aren’t many people we respect more in poker than Anthony Holden, who is better health than he has enjoyed recently, spoke to us way back in 2012 at the inaugural IFP poker event at the Rotunda in London.If you haven’t read Anthony Holdens seminal poker book Big Deal, then read our review of it right here and make it your next poker purchase – it’s wonderful.5. “Baseball is like a poker game. Nobody wants to quit when he’s losing; nobody wants you to quit when you’re ahead.”Jackie Robinson is bang right about one of the most important things to remember about playing poker and quitting while you’re ahead. No-one wins forever in poker, but those who learn to walk away from the table with profit on a consistent basis win the long game. In the end, the only battle is with yourself.6. “Last night I stayed up late playing poker with Tarot cards. I got a full house and four people died.”Steven Wright with one of the funniest lines about poker ever written. Just the visualization of a home game with Tarot cards is enough to make us chuckle, but if you get tired of poker, you can always look at our article we published over Christmas which talks about other card games you might like to play. 7. “The next best thing about gambling and winning is gambling and losing.”Nick ‘The Greek’ Dandalos had an appetite for gambling that was insatiable and he knew that win or lose, if you’re taking part, you’re enjoying it to some extent. Poker is like that and if you’re in a chair, virtual or otherwise, you can have fun.If you’re playing poker tonight, then enjoy it! It’s enormous fun and should be enjoyed whenever you sit down to play. We hope that you’ve loved this look at some of the best quotes from the world of poker as much as we’ve enjoyed putting it together.
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