The virtual felts of Adda52 are ablaze with action and terrific poker moves with well-known pros and upcoming players locking horns to grab the top prize and titles. Day 5 of the competition saw many notable players from the Indian poker circuit like Sashank Chakravarthy, Bhanu Prakash, Saransh Garg, and Saahib Bawa took down top titles and took home boatloads of money. Let us have a look at yesterday’s tournaments and its winners.
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This ₹770 buy-in event had 327 total entries (143 unique). The final prize pool stood at ₹250,002. Online reg Ashwin Vijay nailed this title for ₹47528. Yuvraj Bhardwaj was the runner-up for a sum of ₹34,838.,
The Moonracer tournament saw total entries of 323 (171 unique entries) battle it out for the top spot. The final prize pool surpassed the initial guarantee and stood at ₹2,58,405. The winner of this tourney was online and live poker reg Saahib Bawa. This player had a payday of ₹49,398. And the runner-up was Vishal Kalyan for ₹36,434.
This Pot Limit Omaha (PLO) tourney was shipped by former India Online Poker Championship (IOPC) leaderboard topper Bhanu Prakash. The title winner added a sum of ₹48,889. The runner-up was ‘Rthakur11’ for ₹36,163. This event had 245 total entries and 111 unique entries.
This ₹1,250 event was won by Md Nazim. The top spot winner had a payday of ₹45,848 and the second place finisher took a pay cheque of ₹45,788. Total entries stood at 229 and unique entries were 123.
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This ₹2,200 event had 460 total entries (249 unique). Warhammer was shipped by well-known grinder Saransh Garg. This player added a sum of ₹1,31,679 to his bankroll after the Warhammer win. The runner-up was Prashanth Sekar for ₹124,804. The final prize pool of ₹9,19,991 surpassed the initial guarantee of ₹7 Lakh.
This marquee tourney was shipped by Sashank Chakravarthy for ₹3,20,607. The second place was claimed by ‘8b0b7b1b0b’ for a payday of ₹3,13,242. The total entries stood at 865 (394 unique). The final prize pool of ₹2162,493 surpassed the initial guarantee of ₹20 Lakh.
This event had 325 total entries and unique entries were 220. The buy-in was ₹550.
The total number of entries stood at 282 and 192 were unique entries. Players had to pay a buy-in of ₹5,500 to participate in this tournament.
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