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Ashish Munot Slays Sunday Superstack To Grab Over 9 Lakh In Prize Money Poker
Manthra Koliyer
Posted on 17 Jan, 2022
By Manthra Koliyer
On 17 Jan, 2022
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By Manthra Koliyer
On 17 Jan, 2022
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Ashish Munot Slays Sunday Superstack To Grab Over 9 Lakh In Prize Money


Yesterday might have been a lazy day for you but poker players did not let this Sunday go by without making some moolah. Spartan Poker, PokerBaazi, PokerStars, and Adda52 hosted high-value events. Players flooded these platforms, and advertised guarantees of all the events were crushed massively. Ashish Munot became the biggest winner of the night. He shipped Spartan Poker’s Sunday Superstack for over ₹9 Lakh. Keep reading further to know more about the action that went down yesterday. 

Sunday Superstack – ₹35 Lakh GTD

The Sunday Superstack tournament on Spartan Poker was the biggest event of Sunday night. The ₹11,000 buy-in event had 496 entries in total. The top 47 players made it in the money. A min-cash of ₹28,272 was paid. The advertised guarantee of this event was crushed massively and the final prize pool stood at a whopping ₹49,60,000. The event was shipped by well-known player Ashish Munot aka ‘Donkey 07.’ Munot laughed his way to the bank with ₹9,66,704. The runner-up was a mystery player who goes by the moniker ‘bluechipp’ who received a pay cheque of ₹6,14,048.

Ashish Munot Slays Sunday Superstack To Grab Over 9 Lakh In Prize Money

  •     Total entries: 496
  •     Prize pool: ₹49,60,000
  •     Buy-In: ₹11,000
  •     Places paid: 47
  •     Min-Cash: ₹28,272

Money Heist – ₹9 Lakh GTD

You may have finished watching all the seasons of Money Heist so far, but Spartan Poker gives you the opportunity to engage in a tournament of the same name every week. This ₹1,200 buy-in tournament had 962 entries in total. The top 95 players made it in the money. A min-cash of ₹3,121 was paid. The event was shipped by Tarush Gupta aka ‘Tarush123’ who received a pay cheque of ₹2,01,904. The runner-up in this tournament was an anonymous player ‘Shinu22’ who received a pay cheque of ₹1,24,655. The advertised guarantee of this event was surpassed and the final prize pool came upto ₹10,58,000.

Ashish Munot Slays Sunday Superstack To Grab Over 9 Lakh In Prize Money

  •     Total entries: 962
  •     Prize pool: ₹10,58,200
  •     Buy-In: ₹1,200
  •     Places paid: 95
  •     Min-Cash: ₹3,121

BSS Superstack – ₹20 Lakh GTD

The tournament had 659 entries in total. The top 81 players made it in the money in this ₹5,500 buy-in event. A min-cash of ₹8,237 was paid. The advertised guarantee of this event was crushed impressively and the final prize pool stood at ₹32,95,000. PokerBaazi’s Superstack event was shipped by Mohit Dhingra aka ‘bhaijyamohit’ who cashed ₹4,42,000 in prize money. The runner-up in this tournament was a mystery player called ‘vishakdelhi’ who took home ₹3,73,000 in prize money.

Ashish Munot Slays Sunday Superstack To Grab Over 9 Lakh In Prize Money

  •     Total entries: 659
  •     Prize pool: ₹32,95,000
  •     Buy-In: ₹5,500
  •     Places paid: 81
  •     Min-Cash: ₹8,237

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Adda52 Millions – ₹25 Lakh GTD

Adda52’s Millions is a ₹11,000 buy-in event that had 373 entries in total. The top 38 players made it in the money. A min-cash of ₹22,380 was paid. The advertised guarantee of this event was crushed by a hefty margin and the final prize pool stood at ₹37,30,000. The tournament was shipped by a mystery player who goes by the moniker ‘nerfhitler.’ This player received a pay cheque of ₹9,32,500. Mohit Singh aka ‘Betoo’ runner-up who took home ₹5,65,095 in prize money.

  •     Total entries: 373
  •     Prize pool: ₹37,30,000
  •     Buy-In: ₹11,000
  •     Places paid: 38
  •     Min-Cash: ₹22,380

Nano ME Finale – ₹25 Lakh

This event on Adda52 had 209 entries in total. The top 103 players made it in the money and the min-cash stood at ₹5,903. The advertised guarantee was surpassed and the final prize pool was ₹25,66,506. The event was shipped by  Amit Kaushik aka ‘RagingBull’ who added ₹5,66,940 to his bankroll. The runner-up was Aayush Arya aka ‘aayusharya’ who took home ₹3,33,645 in prize money.

Ashish Munot Slays Sunday Superstack To Grab Over 9 Lakh In Prize Money

  •     Total entries: 209
  •     Prize pool: ₹25,66,506
  •     Buy-In: Ticket
  •     Places paid: 103
  •     Min-Cash: ₹5,903

Winter Series – Main Event – ₹40 Lakh GTD

PokerStars Winter Series tournament had 647 entries in total. The top 71 players made it in the money. A min-cash of ₹9,134 was paid in this ₹7,700 buy-in event. The advertised guarantee of this event was surpassed and the final prize pool stood at ₹45,29,000. The tournament was a deal between a mystery player who goes by the moniker ‘Ban0379’ and FTS 3.0 Main Event winner Ankit Wadhawan aka ‘b00mtr00p3r. Both the players thickened their bankroll by ₹3,43,259 and ₹3,43,258 respectively. The mystery player cashed ₹3,44,920 in bounty money while Wadhawan received ₹96,311 in bounty money. Cumulatively, the anonymous player took home ₹6,88,179 and Wadhawan took home ₹4,39,569.

  •     Total entries: 647
  •     Prize pool: ₹45,29,000
  •     Buy-In: ₹7,700
  •     Places paid: 71
  •     Min-Cash: ₹9,134

Winter Series – ₹10 Lakh GTD 

This Big Crunch tournament on PokerStars had 401 entries in total. The top 47 players made it in the money. A min-cash of ₹6,816 was paid in this ₹2,750 buy-in event. The tournament was shipped by a mystery player called harsha@patil who took home ₹1,82,625 in prize money. The runner-up was Vikram Mishra aka ‘GreenSTUFF79’ who fired two bullets and took home ₹1,35,331 in prize money. 

  • Total entries: 401
  • Prize pool: ₹10,02,500
  • Buy-In: ₹2,750
  • Places paid: 47
  • Min-Cash: ₹6,816

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