Day 15 of Adda52 Online Poker Series (AOPS) 2024 saw many heavy-duty pros and unknown players lock horns to ship marquee titles. The highly awaited Main Event saw players fight valiantly to make it to the final table.
The final 8 will battle it out for the title and trophy in Goa’s Deltin Royale and the last standing man will be crowned the AOPS 2024 Main Event champion.
In other news like AOPS Mastermind was shipped by Aman Parakh and AOPS Millions Closure was nailed by a player with the nickname ‘Outtaluck15’.
This marquee event’s final table is set with 8 players. After 312 survivors battled it out in Day 2 of this event, the final eight remain who will fight hard for the top spot and the lion’s share of the final prize pool. The final table will be played live in Goa’s Deltin Royale. The highest stack (10,682,485 chips) belongs to a player called ‘DhirajT’ and the second biggest stack (10,081,320 chips) belongs to Vaibhav Sharma.
Other players who made the final table are Arsh Grover, Vinay B, Tony Thomas, Roshan Gurbaxani, Sriharsha Doddapaneni, and Debenil Mukherjee. The final prize pool of ₹3.07 Crore surpassed the advertised guarantee and the first place finisher will get a pay cheque of ₹46,47,739. The top 287 places will be paid.
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This feature tournament in AOPS 2024 had 394 total entries and the top 62 places were paid. The min-cash was ₹22,216. The winner of the AOPS Millions Closure was a player called ‘Outtaluck15’ and the runner-up was well-known player from the Indian poker circuit Aditya Agarwal. The unknown player had a payday of ₹7,52,750 and the runner-up took a pay cheque of ₹5,51,764. The final prize pool in this ₹11K buy-in tournament stood at ₹41,20,004.
This ₹3,300 buy-in tournament had an advertised guarantee of ₹20 Lakh. The total entries stood at 735. The final prize pool surpassed the initial one and settled at ₹23,01,000. This event was shipped by online and live reg Aman Parakh.
The runner-up was ‘Magician1620’. The title winner had a payday of ₹3,99,236. The second place finisher added ₹2,89,725. The top 107 places were paid and the min-cash was ₹7,273.
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