Last night, the online poker felts saw lots of high-octane action. Poker platforms also had a successful night with the Millionaire Series on Spartan Poker and the Galactica Series on PokerStars drawing huge crowds of players. The night concluded with top poker pros taking home titles and lucrative prize money. Here’s a full lowdown of last night’s action.
Another day of the Millionaire Series began on Spartan Poker with the ₹5 Lakh guarantee event. The tournament had a buy-in worth ₹550 and the final prize pool of ₹5,44,000 surpassed the initial guarantee. There were 495 unique players, 159 re-entries, and 434 re-buys in the tournament. The top 95 places were paid, and the min-cash was ₹1,604. Player ‘platinumm’ shipped the event and took home ₹1,03,795 in prize money. The runner-up was ‘screw_me’ who walked away with ₹64,083.
Next was the ₹20 Lakh guarantee event which had a buy-in of ₹5,500. The final prize pool was ₹26,40,000 which crushed the advertised guarantee. There were 253 unique players, 68 re-entries, and 207 re-buys which totaled 528 entries. The top 47 places were paid and the min-cash was ₹15,048. The event ended in a deal and the title was grabbed by Deepesh Raka aka ‘prince1993’ who walked away with ₹4,25,143. The runner-up was ‘KAKAROT98$’ who took home ₹4,16,224 in prize money.
The ₹8 Lakh guarantee event had a buy-in of ₹1,650 and welcomed 317 unique players, 70 re-entries, and 238 re-buys. The final prize pool was ₹9,37,500 which crushed the original guarantee. The top 55 places were paid, and the min-cash was ₹4,593. Player ‘WhatIffGawd’ grabbed the title and a prize money of ₹1,81,875. The runner-up was Bhanu Prakash aka ‘spectre’ who took home ₹1,51,312.
The High Roller had a buy-in worth ₹27,500. There were 170 unique entries, 76 re-entries, and 75 re-buys in the tournament. The event was a massive success, and the prize pool was ₹80,25,000 which crushed the advertised guarantee. The top 31 places were paid, and the min-cash was ₹70,620. The High Roller title was clinched by Harshit Sanghi aka ‘HeroCaller 2.0’ for ₹20,00,000. The runner-up was Dhaval Mudgal aka ‘ElegantlyWasted’ who walked away with ₹11,42,760.
The final Millionaire Series event of the day was the ₹5 Lakh guarantee event which had a buy-in of ₹990. The final prize pool surpassed the guarantee was ₹5,50,800. There were 290 unique players, 64 re-entries, and 258 re-buys. The top 47 places were paid, and the min-cash was ₹3,139. Player Vishal Ojha aka ‘Darky012’ shipped the event for ₹1,07,350 and the runner-up was ‘kidcostanza’ for ₹68,189.
The Godfather on Adda53 drew in 268 unique players, and 268 re-entries. The total number of entries was 536. The ₹5,500 buy-in event crushed its advertised guarantee and the final prize pool generated was ₹26,80,000. The top 55 players made the money and the min-cash was ₹12,060. The event ended in a deal and the title was grabbed by player Devrat Singh aka ‘Vickypune’ for ₹5,14,754. The runner-up was Vivek Singh aka ‘Vivek94540’ who took home ₹5,03,646 in prize money.
PokerBaazi hosted the Summit tournament which welcomed 182 unique players and 182 re-entries. The event had a buy-in worth ₹8,250 and the initial guarantee was crushed. The final prize pool of ₹27,30,000 was generated. The top 45 places were paid, and the min-cash stood at ₹15,290. The tournament was shipped by player Ram Kakkar aka ‘mowgumotu’ who pocketed ₹5,73,000 in prize money. The runner-up was Ankit Wadhawan aka ‘d00mtr00p3r’ who walked away with ₹4,01,000.
The Galactic Series on PokerStars continued, and the Championship Highroller was hosted. The event had a guarantee worth ₹25 Lakh and the final prize pool was ₹26,72,852 which crushed the original guarantee. There were a total of 196 entries that participated in the event. Out of this, 110 were unique players and 86 were re-entries. The ₹15,000 buy-in event ended with the top 34 places paid and the min-cash was ₹23,904. Player Aditya Singh aka ‘ukid767’ clinched the title for ₹5,42,847. The runner-up was Deepankur Gupta aka ‘dp8218’ who walked away with ₹3,86,615.
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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