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How Goonjan Mall, Samyak Sethi and Sreekanth Narayan Nailed Sunday Flagships? Poker
Mrinal Gujare
Posted on 20 Mar, 2023
By Mrinal Gujare
On 20 Mar, 2023
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By Mrinal Gujare
On 20 Mar, 2023
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How Goonjan Mall, Samyak Sethi and Sreekanth Narayan Nailed Sunday Flagships? 


Sunday night grind is a big one. Ask any player from the India poker circuit and you’ll know how it is a grind you cannot miss. Flagship tournaments from across online poker platforms are hosted on Sunday. If you are someone who wants to boost your bankroll then Sunday night grind cannot be missed. Take a look below who all won and added not just top titles but even glory to their respective names.

Armageddon – 12 Lakh GTD 

Samyak Sethi won this title for a sum of ₹2,66,318. He cracked a deal with Karan Malhotra who added ₹2,17,281 to his bankroll. 

  • Entries: 230
  • Buy-in: ₹5,500
  • Places paid: 20
  • Min-cash: ₹16,080

Sunday Superstack – 35 Lakh GTD 

Rohan Kumar nailed this tournament for a payday of ₹8,24,850. The runner-up Vikas took home ₹5,55,360 for his second place finish. 

  • Prize pool: ₹39,00,000
  • Entries: 390
  • Buy-in: ₹11000
  • Places paid: 31
  • Min-cash: ₹34,320

Deepstack Turbo – 15 Lakh GTD (6 Max) 

One of the most popular players in the Indian poker circuit, Goonjan Mall is the new Deepstack Turbo champ. He took home ₹3,76,470 in prize money. A mystery player called ‘fliptripp’ was the runner-up for ₹2,53,472. 

  • Prize pool: ₹17,80,000
  • Entries: 356
  • Buy-in: ₹5,500
  • Places paid: 31
  • Min-cash: ₹15,664

Money Heist – Triple Chance – 10 Lakh GTD 

Hardik Nair won this tourney after beating Rajarshi Biswas. The title winner took home ₹1,90,800 in winnings and the runner-up added ₹1,17,800. 

  • Prize pool:
  • Entries: 988
  • Buy-in: ₹1,100
  • Places paid: 95
  • Min-cash: ₹2,950

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Sunday Showdown 

This event was won by Rajat Mahajan for a sum of ₹1,97,861. A player called ‘msgurawalia’ took the second spot for ₹1,45,933. 

  • Prize pool: ₹10,34,999
  • Entries: 414
  • Buy-in: ₹2,750
  • Places paid: 44
  • Min-cash: ₹7,813

Mega Suits – 25 Lakh 

This tournament nailed by Prem Madderla who took a pay cheque of ₹6,16,800. The runner-up was Bhavyajeet Singh Rathore for a sum of ₹3,59,800.

  • Prize pool: ₹25,70,000 
  • Entries: 514
  • Buy-in: ₹5,500
  • Places paid: 55
  • Min-cash: ₹11,565

Adda52 Millions – 25 Lakh GTD

This event was shipped by ‘crishabh88’ who added ₹6,60,400. The second place was claimed by Ankit Bajaj for a sum of ₹3,93,700. 

  • Prize pool: ₹25,40,000
  • Entries: 254
  • Buy-in: ₹11,000
  • Places paid: 27
  • Min-cash: ₹22,860

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