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Harsh Bubna Shipped The Millionaire On Adda52 And Amassed An Impressive 16,11,785 In Prize Money Poker
Manthra Koliyer
Posted on 20 Dec, 2021
By Manthra Koliyer
On 20 Dec, 2021
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By Manthra Koliyer
On 20 Dec, 2021
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Harsh Bubna Shipped The Millionaire On Adda52 And Amassed An Impressive 16,11,785 In Prize Money


Sundays are all about intense poker grinds. Most of the online regs were grinding on virtual felts of Spartan Poker, PokerBaazi, Adda52 and PokerStars. Several well known grinders played their A game and chased their favourite titles yesterday. Ashish Munot, Vivek Bajaj, Manish Lakhotia among others emerged victorious. Keep reading to know more about the tourneys that took place yesterday. 

Sunday Superstack – ₹40 Lakh GTD

The Sunday Superstack tournament on Spartan Poker is a staple Sunday event. The tournament had 424 entries in total. The advertised guarantee of this event was surpassed and the final prize pool came up to ₹42,40,000.  The top 39 players made it in the money in this ₹11,000 buy-in event. The tournament was shipped by well-known poker player FTS 3.0 Double Stack winner Ashish Munot aka ‘Donkey 07’ who cashed ₹8,50,120 in prize money.  Munot has been grinding on Spartan Poker aggressively this month but. He tried his hand at the Winter Celebration Series (WCS) #70 – Trending Thursday – 25 Lacs GTD, WCS #37 – Sunday Superstack (35 Lacs – GTD), WCS #5 Destiny – 25 Lacs GTD, Mega Stack (15 Lacs GTD) (Millionaire Bubble – RE) among others that were hosted on Spartan Poker but did not clinch the winner title in any. The runner up in this event was Vishal Tulsyan aka ‘vishaltulsya’ who took home ₹5,65,192 in prize money. Vishal’s last good run with Spartan Poker was for IOPC #110 – Wednesday Prime (50 Lacs GTD) (RE) for a prize money of ₹9,53,401. 

  •         Total entries: 424
  •         Prize pool: ₹42,40,000
  •         Buy-In: ₹11,000
  •         Places paid: 39
  •         Min-Cash: ₹29,256

The Millionaire – ₹1 Crore GTD

The multi-flight Millionaire tournament on Adda52 had 178 survivors. The top 255 players made it in the money in this mega event. A min-cash of ₹10,400 was paid. The tournament was shipped by Vivek Bajaj aka ‘Kill Ivey’ who took home a whopping ₹12,08,366 in prize money. Bajaj was the runner up in the WCS Trending Thursday – ₹25 LAKH GTD tournament and had a pay day of ₹3,09,500  The runner up in this event was yet another well known player Nitesh Katiyar aka ‘KATIYAR11.’ This player had a pay day of ₹10,95,625 in prize money.

  •         Survivors: 178
  •         Buy-In: Ticket
  •         Places paid: 255
  •         Min-Cash: ₹10,400

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 Moz Roller – ₹55 Lakh GTD

Named after Gaurav Sood, this ₹55 Lakh GTD tournament on Adda52 was a riot. While the field had 183 entries in total, the top 19 players made it in the money. A min-cash of ₹5,500 was paid. This ₹30,000 buy-in event was shipped by Ritwik Khanna aka ‘ritwik27’ who took home ₹15,40,000 in prize money. The runner up in this event was Harsh Dembla aka ‘BuddhaBhikari’ who took home ₹9,24,000 in prize money. This star studded event saw players Goonjan Mall (5th, ₹3,43,750), Mitesh Gupta (6th, ₹24,750), IOPC Jan 2021 Mastermind winner Aniket Waghmare (7th, ₹20,625), Final Table Series 3.0 Main Event winner Ankit Wadhawan (9th, ₹12,3750) among others. 

  •         Total entries: 183
  •         Buy-In: ₹30,000
  •         Places paid: 19
  •         Min-Cash: ₹5,500

1Cr Patni Millionaire Finale – ₹1 Crore GTD

The ₹1 Crore GTD Millionaire Finale tournament on Adda52 had 178 entries in total. The top 255 players made it in the money. In this ₹5,500 buy-in event, a min-cash of ₹18,707 was paid. The tournament was shipped by Harsh Bubna aka ‘harsh1327’ who took home a massive ₹16,11,785 in prize money. The runner up in this event was a mystery player who goes by the moniker ‘Rishabh52.’ This player took home ₹11,55,861 in prize money.

  •         Total entries: 178
  •         Buy-In: ₹5,500
  •         Places paid: 255
  •         Min-Cash: ₹18,707

BSS Superstack – ₹20 Lakh GTD

PokerBaazi’s SuperStack had 402 entries in total. A min-cash of ₹11,260 was paid in the ₹5,500 buy-in event. This event was shipped by Anuj Yadav aka ‘brockLesnar95’ who had a payday of ₹4,22,000 in prize money. The runner up in this event was a mystery player who goes by the moniker ‘happyfish’ and cashed ₹2,95,000 in prize money. The advertised guarantee of this event was surpassed and the final prize pool stood at ₹20,10,000.

  •         Total entries: 402
  •         Prize pool: ₹20,10,000
  •         Buy-In: ₹5,500
  •         Places paid: 45
  •         Min-Cash: ₹11,260

Sunday Special – ₹15 Lakh GTD

The Sunday special tournament on PokerStars had a strong field of 278 entries. The top 31 players made it in the money. In this ₹5,500 buy-in event, a min-cash of ₹7,422 was paid. The tournament was a deal between India Online Poker Championship January 2021 Main Event winner Laksh Pal Singh aka ‘BOOMTilt23’ and Ram Kakkar aka ‘TheLagLawyer.’ Both the players took home ₹1,35,155 in prize money. Singh took home a bounty amount of ₹1,52,265 while Kakkar cashed ₹21,640. Cumulatively Singh took home ₹2,87,420 while Kakkar cashed ₹1,56,795 in bounty money. 

  •         Total entries: 278
  •         Buy-In: ₹5,500
  •         Places paid: 31
  •         Min-Cash: ₹7,422

 Sunday Highroller – ₹10 Lakh GTD

Highrollers are considered to be player favourites and this one was no lesser. PokerStars Sunday Highroller attracted a total of 116 entries. The top 15 players made it in the money in this ₹11,000 buy-in event where a min-cash of ₹24,749 was paid. The advertised guarantee was surpassed and the final prize pool stood at ₹11,60,000. The tournament was shipped by online reg Manish Lakhotia who fired two bullets to make it to the top and took home ₹2,54,255 in prize money. The runner up in this event was a mystery player who goes by the moniker ‘JumboJetPack.’ This player took home ₹1,95,686 in prize money. This anonymous player shipped yet another event last week when he nailed the PokerStars highroller for ₹2,20,397 in prize money. 

  •         Total entries: 116
  •         Prize pool: ₹11,60,000
  •         Buy-In: ₹11,000
  •         Places paid: 15
  •         Min-Cash: ₹24,749

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