World Series of Poker (WSOP) bracelet winner Aditya Sushant had a super Sunday night on the online poker felts last night. The poker pro became the night’s biggest winner by cashing at several final tables and shipping a ₹1 Crore GTD tournament. Interestingly, Sushant is currently vacationing in Mexico with his friends. Here’s how Sushant managed to cash big on the Indian poker felts from across the land.
Firstly, the Chennai-based player shipped the PokerBaazi Classics (PBC) #1 MoneyMaker tournament had ₹1 Crore as an advertised guarantee, which was crushed as the final prize pool stood at ₹1.12 Crore. The ₹11,000 buy-in event had a massive entry field of 1,123, comprising 630 entries and 493 re-entries. The top 126 places were paid at this event as the min-cash stood at ₹16,840.
The WSOP bracelet winner shipped this event. After he cashed an impressive ₹19,10,000 by claiming the top spot, he beat mystery player ‘gora981’ in the heads-up to claim the title as ‘gora981’ finished at the runner-up spot for ₹13,39,000.
Sushant fired two bullets at this event before winning it. His first bullet succumbed at the 790th spot, after which he re-entered. His second entry ran deep and went on to win him the title.
Here’s a quick recap of the event:
Sushant reposted an Instagram story shared by Jaideep Sajwan, which showed Sushant’s screen with the winner notification.
Sushant was also seen grinding at the SundaySuperstack event on Spartan Poker. This event had an advertised guarantee of ₹35 Lakh, which was finally crushed by 186 entries, 77 re-entries, and 134 rebuys, as the final prize pool stood at ₹39,70,000. Sushant reached the final table at this event and ended up at seventh place for ₹1,36,171 at this event. Read more about this event here.
The PokerBaazi MoneyMaker title and his seventh place finish on Spartan Poker have taken Sushant’s cumulative winnings to over ₹20.46 Lakh in a single night.
Last month, he was seen grinding at the World Series of Poker (WSOP) 2022 edition in Ballys and Paris casino in Las Vegas. After the series ended, Sushant and his friends Ashish Ahuja and Jaideep Sajwan have been traveling in and around Vegas. Currently, they are in Playa del Carmen city of Quintana Roo, Mexico, from where Sushant was grinding on the Indian poker felts.
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