Players flooded the online felts to grind in Tuesday flagships. Adda52 held its popular Mint tournament while the Texas Hold’em Championship (THC) on PokerBaazi and the Summer Series on PokerStars attracted players as well. Here’s a full recap of the action.
Adda52 had a total of 425 entries battling for the Mint title. Out of this, 231 were unique players, and 194 were re-entries. The buy-in of the tournament was ₹3,850. The advertised guarantee of ₹14 Lakh was surpassed, and the final prize pool generated was ₹14,87,501. The top 43 places were paid, and the min-cash of the event was ₹8,181. Aman Parakh aka ‘karmapoker’ shipped the tournament and walked away with ₹3,68,900 in prize money. The runner-up was Anurag Srivastava aka ‘NormanBates’ who went home with ₹2,23,125.
The Texas Hold’em Championship (THC) on PokerBaazi continued with the Superstack tournament drawing in a massive total of 1,396 entries. From this, 657 were unique players and 739 were re-entries. The event had a buy-in worth ₹1,100. The top 221 players made the money and took home a piece of the ₹15 Lakh prize pool. The min-cash was ₹1,950. Mystery player ‘Borntogamble’ and Gurpal Singh aka ‘roothless’ ended the tourney in a deal. ‘Borntogamble’ shipped the event and took home ₹1,84,000 and the title. Singh pocketed ₹2,11,000 for his runner-up finish.
The Endeavour on PokerBaazi was a success after its ₹12 Lakh original guarantee was crushed. A final prize pool of ₹14,56,000 was generated. The event had a buy-in of ₹3,850 and welcomed a total of 416 entries to its field. Out of this 200 were unique players, and 216 were re-entries. Players that made it to the top 54 places finished in the money and the min-cash of ₹6,700 was paid. The event ended in a deal with player ‘Darkelf97’ shipping the title for ₹2,93,000. Debneil Mukherjee aka ‘ChhotaDon’ was the runner-up and pocketed ₹2,05,000 in prize money.
The Summer Series on PokerStars raged on with the ₹12 Lakh guarantee Highroller event. The ₹7,700 buy-in tournament welcomed a total of 143 entries which was made up of 87 unique players and 56 re-entries. The top 17 places were paid and the min-cash stood at ₹19,818. Myron Pereira aka ‘khAAbib’ shipped the tournament for ₹2,51,882 while Sreekanth Narayan aka ‘LaganaHiToHai’ was the runner-up and walked away with ₹1,95,657.
Donna Amo is a writer at Gutshot Magazine. She is a graduate from Sophia College of Women, Mumbai with a degree in English Literature. When this October born foodie is not writing content or poetry, she spends her time laughing at memes or watching series. Based out of Mizoram, she is drawn to all things nature and has a soft spot for puppies.
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