The high-value tournaments on Friday night welcomed a huge number of poker players. With the action on the virtual felts already reaching a fever pitch this Friday,we are sure that the rest of the weekend will definitely see some exciting drama unfold. Today we have a bunch of online regs claiming winning titles among which was Siddhanth Kripalani who clinched his third title this week. For more details on the action, read below.
The Ballers on Adda52 did not disappoint with its ₹22.5 Lakh prize pool and attracted a total of 278 entries. After a long grind, the ₹7,500 buy-in tournament reached an end with the top 30 places making the money. The min-cash of the event was ₹18,000. Aniket Waghmare aka ‘anteman’ shipped the tournament for a winning amount of ₹5,76,000. Manesh Rathod aka ‘TEAMfromHELL’ finished in second place for a prize money of ₹3,43,125.
Poker players entered The Weekly Highroller on PokerBaazi with a zeal to win the tournament. A total of 112 entries joined the fight. The buy-in of ₹11,000 tournament was mostly played by online regs and the top 12 places were paid. The min-cash stood at ₹24,600.
IOPC commentator and one of the top MTT players in India, Kanchan Sharma aka ‘Kanchansharma’ clinched the title and took home a paycheck of ₹3,38,000. In runner up position was player Loveleen Singh aka ‘kartoos’ who was rewarded with ₹2,37,000 for his performance.
The Elite on Spartan Poker attracted many eyeballs as it also guaranteed the title place a prize money of ₹10 Lakh. With a lucrative top spot ripe for the taking, a total of 273 entries were eager to fight for victory. In the end, only the ones who made it to the top 30 places finished in the money. The min-cash stood at ₹21,000.
Siddhanth Kripalani aka ‘PluRibu$’ was the one who shipped the tournament and took home the grand prize of ₹10,00,000. This is Kripalani’s third title clinch this week after shipping PokerBaazi’s Superstack and The Summit on Sunday and Thursday, respectively. In runner up position was Vivek Bajaj aka ‘Kill Ivey’ who took home a prize money of ₹5,62,432.
Spartan Poker’s Futuristic took off on a fabulous note with a total of 1,004 entries battling it out for the top spot. The tournament had buy-in of ₹880. In the end the players who made it to the top 95 places finished in the money. The min-cash that was given stood at ₹2,802. Mystery player ‘elbedonk’ grabbed the top spot for ₹1,81,260 while the second place was taken by a player called ‘The Millionaire’ who took home ₹1,11,910 in prize money.
PokerStars held its Uppercut MAGIC Edition bounty tournament with a total prize pool of ₹8 Lakh. The prize pool was divided into two with ₹3,24,000 for the Bounty prize pool and ₹4,76,000 as the Regular prize pool. The event welcomed 162 total entries out of which the top 17 places were paid. The min-cash of the event was ₹8,009.
Player ‘STK297’ shipped the event taking home total prize money of ₹1,81,497 from which he/she scored ₹95,703 in bounty winnings. It was player Samu Rai aka ‘AKumarss’ who took home ₹1,05,106 in runner up position.
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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