As the Asia Poker Tour(APT) on PokerBaazi nears its end, the action keeps getting more and more intense on its virtual felts. Day 6 was ruled by top pros who battled it out to clinch the top titles. Let’s have a look at Day 6 of the APT:
The APT #33 was the first tournament of Day 6. The 184 survivors put up some thrilling game play on display. The top 23 places were paid a min-cash of ₹11,680.
Aman Parakh shipped the tourney with ₹65,440 to his bankroll. Anonymous players ‘quickmaths’ and ‘dev112410’ finished second and third for ₹65,120 and 57,600 respectively.
Mohit Mehta got busted at the 20th place for ₹14,880. Players like Gutshot Magazine’s June 2021 Cover Star Siddhanth Kapoor at the 43rd place, Tanmay Benara at the 45th place, Manish Lakhotia at the 47th place, Anirban Das at the 62nd place, Bhanu Prakash at the 65th place and Chirag Sodha at the 68th place busted without any money.
APT #34 witnessed some intense action on the virtual felts. The 394 entries battled it out for the top spots, while the top 45 places managed to make in the money with a min-cash of ₹2,800.
Vinay Rajpal aka ‘vinay09’ shipped this tourney and cashed ₹1,05,000. Priyank Kothari aka ‘Piko1432’ finished second for ₹73,500, while Harshit Jaiswal aka ‘khooni31’ busted at the third spot for ₹47,250.
Bhanu Prakash departed at the 9th place for ₹10,500. Sacheen Ramchandani busted at the 16th spot for ₹5,350, Vivekk Dube finished 19th for ₹4,700, Anirban Das busted 22nd for ₹4,200, Ram Kakkar finished 30th for ₹3,250, while Guruprasad Gupta finished 32nd for ₹3,250. Chirag Sodha also busted at the 43rd place for ₹2,800.
Aman Parakh busted at the 47th place with no money. Myron Pereira at the 63rd place, Ritwik Khanna at the 67th place, Mohit Mehta at the 71st place and Tanmay Benara at the 87th place were some players who couldn’t make the money.
APT #35 was one of the biggest tournaments of the night. The ₹55,000 buy-in tournament crushed the advertised guarantee to generate a final prize pool of ₹83,00,000. Out of the 166 entries, only the top 21 places enjoyed a portion of the prize pool and took home a min-cash of ₹92,130.
Rajat Sharma aka ‘LungFakeer’ emerged victorious after two re-entries and pocketed a massive ₹20,64,000 as prize money. Ankit Modi finished second for ₹14,47,000, while Ankur Sehgal walked away with ₹9,30,000 at the third spot.
Siddhanth Kripalani left at the 5th spot for ₹5,17,000, WSOP bracelet winner, Kartik Ved busted at the 6th place for ₹4,13,000, IOPC January 2021 Main Event winner Laksh Pal Singh busted at the 8th place for ₹2,76,000, while Myron Pereira busted at the 21st place for ₹92,130.
Players who busted without any money included Dhinesh Kumar at the 23rd place, Ritwik Khanna at the 24th spot, Vishnu Khadelwal at the 27th place, Ankit Wadhawan at the 28th spot, Arjanveer Singh Chadha at the 30th spot, Manish Lakhotia at the 33rd place, Armaan Kochhar at the 39th place, Harshad Barve at the 43rd place, Anirban Das at the 45th place, Kunal Patni with five re-entries at the 48th spot, Sahil Mahboobani at the 59th place, Mithun Mahesh at the 60th place and Sanat Mehrotra at the 62nd place.
APT #36 was a freezeout tourney with a buy-in of ₹3,300. 252 entries made it to the final day event and the top 27 places drew a min-cash of ₹8,300.
Tanmay Benara aka ‘truman’ clinched the title for ₹1,88,000. Mystery player ‘sumeet1256’ was the runner-up at ₹1,69,000, while Gurukumarswami Gaddigimath aka ‘urug79’ finished third for ₹1,50,000.
Vaibhav Sharma finished 23rd for ₹9,400 and Mohit Mehta busted at the 24th place for ₹9,400.
Ashish Ahuja busted 35th with no money. IOPC January 2021 Main Event winner Laksh Pal Singh finished at the 49th place, IOPC July 2021 Leaderboard runner-up, Bhanu Prakash busted at the 52nd spot, Siddhanth Kapoor finished 55th, while Vivekk Dube finished 78th. APT #20 winner, Mithun Mahesh also busted at the 90th spot without any money.
The APT #38 attracted 719 entries to its virtual felts, who crushed the initial guarantee to generate a final prize pool of ₹14.38 Lakh. The top 90 places took home a min-cash of ₹3,163.
Online reg Ritwik Khanna topped the table and took home a pay cheque of ₹2,34,000. At the runner-up spot, ‘ayaansharma’ walked away with ₹2,08,000, followed by Siddharth Kadel who nailed the third spot for ₹1,18,000.
Other player who busted in the money included Gutshot’s Player of the Month Aniraban Das at the 5th spot for ₹65,140, Ashish Ahuja at the 18th place for ₹13,370, Mohammad Azhar at the 31st place for ₹8,052, Manish Lakhotia at the 34th spot for ₹8,052, Vivekk Dube at the 40th spot for ₹6,902, Adda52 Game Ambassador Kunal Patni at the 49th place for ₹5,895, Chirag Sodha at the 63rd place for ₹4,889, WSOP bracelet winner, Kartik Ved at the 76th place for ₹3,595, Bhanu Prakash at the 80th place for ₹3,595, Vinay Rajpal at the 84th place for ₹3,163 and Vishnu Khandelwal at the 88th place for ₹3,163.
Arjanveer Singh Chadha busted at the 94th spot for no money. Kanchan Sharma at 100th spot, Aman Parakh at the 108th spot and Vikranth Varma at the 123rd spot were some players who busted without any money.
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