If there was ever a time to see some high-octane action on the online felts, it was last night. Many of the country’s top poker platforms were rolling out high-value tournaments one after another. Hundreds of poker players flocked to these platform for a piece of the exciting guarantee. PokerBaazi’s 1000x series, Spartan Poker’s Thursday flagships, Adda52’s Godfather, and PokerStars High Roller were some of the thrilling events players could be a part of. Here’s a full report on the winners and success of last night’s flagship events.
The Ultron event was hosted by Spartan Poker and had a guarantee worth ₹21 Lakh. This went up to ₹21,95,000 which surpassed the guarantee. There were 439 total entries in the event out of which 205 were unique players, 58 were re-entries, and 176 were re-buys. The top 39 places were paid, and the min-cash stood at ₹15,145. It was poker pro Ashish Munot aka ‘Donkey 07’ who lifted the title for ₹4,40,097. The runner-up was player ‘gaurav_arsh’ who scored ₹2,92,593 in prize money.
Next in Spartan Poker’s lineup was the Thursday High Roller which had a ₹22,000 buy-in. The event was attended by 138 of the country’s high rollers. There were 80 unique entries, 20 re-entries, and 38 re-buys. The event crushed its advertised guarantee, and the final prize pool was ₹27,60,000. The players in the top 15 spots made the money and a min-cash of ₹49,680 was given. The tournament ended in a deal, and mystery player ‘fish2022’ grabbed the top spot and pulled ₹5,15,507 in prize money. The runner-up was WSOP bracelet winner Kartik Ved aka ‘TheInternetKid’ who walked away with ₹4,49,945.
The Thursday Showdown on Spartan Poker attracted 1,045 entries and generated a final prize pool worth ₹10,45,000. The ₹1,100 buy-in event was attended by 435 unique players, 240 re-entries, and 352 re-buys. The top 103 places were paid and a min-cash of ₹2,821 was given. The tournament ended in a deal between Arun Sriram aka ‘vazharmorghulis’ who took home the title and ₹1,20,877, while it was Abhishek Gautam aka ‘internetkid’ who was the runner-up for ₹1,14,056.
PokerBaazi’s 1000x Series hosted another Thursday Prime event with a ₹35 Lakh initial guarantee. The ₹3,850 buy-in event soon crushed this guarantee and generated ₹37,17,000 as the final prize pool. There were 1,062 entries that participated which made up od 521 unique entries, and 541 re-entries. The top 126 players were paid, and the min-cash stood at ₹5,580. The event ended in a deal, and Avish Sharma aka ‘thehorse7’ had a payday of ₹5,70,000. The runner-up was ‘jjjjjokerjjjj’ who went home with ₹5,06,000 in winnings.
After the Thursday Prime, another 1000x Series event took place which had an original guarantee of ₹9 Lakh. The amount was crushed after ₹12,03,000 was generated. In total there are 1,337 entries from which 679 are unique players and 658 are re-entries. The buy-in was worth ₹990, and 227 players made the money. The min-cash was ₹1,560. Kritagya Sharma aka ‘Kritagya_17’ grabbed the top spot and a prize money worth ₹1,62,000. The runner-up was player ‘jessepinkman420’ for ₹1,25,000.
The Godfather on Adda52 had a ₹5,500 buy-in and its usual prize pool of ₹25 Lakh. The event welcomed 442 total entries into its fold. 243 were registered players, and 199 were re-entries. In the end, the top 49 places were paid, and the min-cash stood at ₹13,750. Poker pro Neel Joshi aka ‘neeljoshi23’ shipped the titles for ₹5,03,949. The runner-up was Ram Kakkar aka ‘mowgumotu’ who went home with ₹4,71,051.
PokerStars’ Highroller pulled in 147 total entries, out of which 78 were registered players and 69 were re-entries. The ₹7,700 buy-in event surpassed its original guarantee and the final prize pool was ₹10,29,000. The top 17 places were paid, and the min-cash was ₹16,994. It was player Sarthak Singhal aka ‘sarthakssinghal’ who clinched the title for ₹2,15,989. The runner-up was ‘Trashcan20’ for ₹1,67,776.
Donna Amo was 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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