The latest edition of the Final Table Series (FTS) is running full steam on Spartan Poker, BLITZPOKER, and PokerHigh. Last night, five FTS events were hosted. Supreme Day 2 with ₹1 core guarantee was the biggest event held. Players flooded to the online felts for a taste of the FTS action with players like Archit Saraogi, Deepak Singh, Unnikrishanan Nair grabbing top titles. Here’s a full lowdown on yesterday’s action.
Day 3 of FTS kicked off with the ₹8 Lakh guarantee FTS #9 event. The tournament welcomed a total of 704 entries and a buy-in of ₹1,650. The tournament was a success and surpassed its original prize pool. The final prize pool stood at ₹10,56,000. The top 63 players were paid and the min-cash stood at ₹4,593. Unnikrishnan Nair aka ‘swimminwdafishies’ shipped the event for ₹1,86,866. BLITZPOKER’s Player of the Month (August 2021), Varun Meena aka ‘buffalosoldier’ was the runner-up for ₹1,46,301.
The action continued with FTS #10 which had a ₹10 Lakh guarantee and a ₹1,100 buy-in. The player field stood at a massive figure of 1,122 entries. The initial guarantee was crushed and the final prize pool was ₹11,22,000. The top 95 places were paid and the min-cash was ₹3,309. Online reg Archit Saraogi aka ‘Archit789’ was the winner and had a payday of ₹1,91,872. The runner-up was Ashish Pareek aka ‘X—factor’ who took home ₹1,54,376 in prize money.
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The first feature tournament of the day was the Sunday Special event with its ₹50 Lakh guarantee. The ₹11,000 buy-in tournament had a good turnout with a total of 554 entries joining the action. The final prize pool of ₹55,40,000 surpassed the initial guarantee by a slim margin. Players in the top 55 made the money and the min-cash paid was ₹27,146. Kshithesh Siraboina aka ‘tobirama’ shipped the tournament and walked away with ₹10,74,760 in his bankroll. FTS Monster Stack (November 2020) winner, Siddarth Singhvi aka ‘PeterPunter’ was the runner-up for ₹6,81,420.
The FTS #12 event had a ₹1,650 buy-in and welcomed a total of 930 entries. The tournament surpassed its original guarantee and the final prize pool stood at ₹13,95,000. The top 87 players finished in the money. The min-cash paid was ₹4,324. Mritunjay Singh aka ‘Nahi Chahiye’ clinched the top title and took home ₹2,67,142 in prize money. Rahul Lal aka ‘Vasili Arkhipov’ was the runner-up and added ₹1,66,284 to his bankroll.
The day wrapped up with the Supreme Day 2 event which had an initial guarantee worth ₹1 crore. The tournament had four Day 1 flights and a total of 1,661 entries. The final prize pool stood at ₹1,32,88,000. The top 255 players made the money and the min-cash stood at ₹13,819. Supreme Day 2 ended in a three-way deal between Deepak Singh aka ‘Optimist,’ Abhimanyu Mittal aka ‘Asraat Manfi,’ and Abhijeet Kumar aka ‘TheSupremeOne.’ Singh grabbed the largest share from the prize pool worth ₹20,77,875. Mittal was the runner-up and walked home with ₹16,82,628.
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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