Excitement took over the online felts as poker players flooded poker platforms to participate in marquee tournaments. Spartan Poker’s Millionaire Series has been a success so far with its high value tournaments. The virtual felts on PokerBaazi, Adda52, and PokerStars were filled with poker players who were ready to bring high octane action and take-home winning titles. Here’s the full report of last night’s action.
The Millionaire Elite on Spartan Poker was the biggest tournament of the day and offered a whopping ₹50 Lakh in guarantee. The tournament had a ₹11,000 buy-in and attracted a total of 489 entries. Out of this, the top 50 places finished in the money and the min-cash stood at ₹25,000. The event ended in a deal between players ‘funchampion’ and Shanmughasundaram Nishaanth aka ‘ephemeral.’ They took home ₹10,90,162 and ₹10,09,837 in prize money, respectively.
The Millionaire Series #19 had a ₹9 Lakh guarantee and a buy-in of ₹220. A total of 779 entries participated in the event. The top 71 players made the money, and the min-cash was ₹3,420. In the winning seat was player ‘denb’ who took home ₹1,53,034 in prize money. The runner up was ‘funchampion’ who walked away with ₹1,30,105 in winnings.
Adda52’s The Ballers tournament was stormed with a total of 294 entries and had a ₹22.5 Lakh guarantee. The buy-in for the tournament stood at ₹7,500. The top 30 places were paid and the min-cash of the event stood at ₹18,000. Online reg Gokul Raj aka ‘Niruha’ shipped the tournament and took home ₹5,76,000 in prize money. The runner up was ‘rockydgreat’ who received ₹3,43,125.
PokerBaazi’s The Weekly Highroller was a massive success. The event attracted a total of 132 entries to its field and coupled with the ₹11,000 buy-in generated a prize pool of ₹13,20,000. The final amount surpassed the advertised guarantee of ₹12 Lakh. The top 15 places were paid and the min-cash stood at ₹21,120. Vaibhav Sharma aka ‘WakhraSwagNi’ clinched the tournament and had a pay day of ₹3,25,000. Right behind him was Rajat Sharma aka ‘LungFakeer’ who won ₹2,77,000 in runner up position.
PokerStars’ Super Highroller had a buy-in of ₹12,500 and a ₹12 Lakh guarantee. There were a total of 95 entries out of which the Top 11 places were paid. The min-cash at the event was ₹35,357. Grabbing the top spot was Harsh Dembla aka ‘kakori kabab’ who won ₹2,86,759 in prize money. The runner up was Sanat Mehrotra aka ‘durrsanta’ who walked home with ₹2,20,480 in his pockets.
Donna Amo is 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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