The latest edition of the Final Table Series (FTS) reached its sixth day on Wednesday and witnessed a huge player turnout. The online poker series is currently hosted on Spartan Poker, BLITZPOKER, and PokerHigh. One of yesterday’s marquee events was the ₹70 Lakh GTD Big Game which was a stupendous success. Let’s take a close look at the winners from yesterday’s FTS tournaments.
The day started with the FTS #22 which had a ₹990 buy-in and ₹6.5 Lakh guarantee. There were a total of 753 entries who locked horns. The initial guarantee was surpassed by a thin margin and the final prize pool recorded was ₹6,77,700. The top 63 places were paid, and the min-cash given was ₹2,947. Mystery player ‘hulk0111’ shipped the tournament and took home a pay cheque of ₹1,14,767. The runner-up was a player called ‘princeOpoker’ who walked away with ₹99,047 in prize money.
Next was the FTS #23 event which witnessed a total of 852 entries participate in the tournament. The event had a ₹1,100 buy-in and its prize pool crushed the original guarantee. The final prize pool was recorded as ₹8,52,000. The top 71 players finished in the money, and a min-cash of ₹3,237 was given. Ravindra Arora aka ‘Raju2229’ grabbed the title spot and added ₹1,40,765 to his bankroll. Mithilesh Choubey aka ‘StrangeSadhu’ was the runner-up and cashed ₹1,27,273 in winnings.
The FTS Big Game attracted a total of 486 entries and had a massive ₹70 Lakh guarantee. The tournament had a buy-in worth ₹16,500 and generated a final prize pool of ₹72,90,000 which surpassed the event’s advertised guarantee. In the end, players who made it to the top 55 places finished in the money. The min-cash was worth a lucrative ₹35,721. Pavankiran B aka ‘Rootahua Machi’ shipped the tournament and had a payday of ₹12,28,888. The runner-up was poker pro Arsh Grover aka ‘BigggTymeR’ who went home with ₹10,82,041 in his pockets.
FTS event #25 was the last tournament of the day and had a ₹22 Lakh guarantee. The event welcomed a strong player field of 961 entries and had a buy-in of ₹3,300. The tournament went on to crush its original guarantee and generated a massive ₹28,83,000 in final prize pool. The top 87 places were paid and the min-cash stood at ₹8,937. Player Jyoti Ranjan Nayak aka ‘joey114114’ clinched the title spot and added a sweet ₹5,52,094 into his bankroll. Arunkumar Singh aka ‘denoi’ was the runner-up and took home ₹3,43,653 in prize money.
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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