Day 10 of the India Online Poker Championship (IOPC) was a major hit as several newbies and former IOPC winner Harshit Sanghi were among those who grabbed top spots. The competition is heating up as players are winning truck loads of money every day. Let’s take a look at what went down on Day 10.
The first tournament of Day 10 began with the lowest buy-in of INR 550, attracting 928 entries. The final guarantee of INR 4,46,000 surpassed the advertised prize pool. The top 87 players were paid minimum cash of INR 1,438. The winner of this tournament was ‘Abtugaya’ and he took home INR 74,517. ‘Abtugaya’ was leading as he had a better chip stack as compared to ‘prashant17’ and they eventually both players cut a deal.
This tournament had 509 entries and the top 39 players were paid a minimum cash of INR 3,235. The winner of this tournament was ‘LuckyWoolF’ who took home INR 94,014 in prize money.
The third tournament of Day 10 was one of the record-breaking events as the advertised guarantee was crushed and finally reached a prize pool of INR 7,18,400. The winner of this tournament, ‘no offense’ who cashed INR 1,37,573. The tournament had a total of 898 entries and the top 87 players were paid minimum cash of INR 2,227.
This tournament had a total of 617 entries and the top 63 places were paid a minimum cash of INR 10,875. The winner of this Titan Stack was none other than Harshit Sanghi aka ‘HeroCaller’ who took home a massive INR 3,49,642 in prize money. Sanghi won the IOPC Main Event in July 2020 and received the prestigious 18K gold crown.
The winner of this tournament was Sandeep Singh aka ‘SandeeSingh’ who cashed INR 2,53,370 in prize money. The total entries for this House Party tournament were 566 and the top 47 players were a minimum cash of INR 7,410.
The last tournament of the day had total entries of 718 and the buy-in was INR 1,100. The top 63 players were paid a minimum cash of INR 3,480. The winner of this tournament was Pranay Chawla ‘kabira speaking’ who took a pay cheque of INR 1,32,528.
This one was a flagship tournament of Day 10. The buy-in stood at INR 27,500. The 1st chip leader of The Millionaire Legend Day 1A was Aditya Agarwal aka ‘Yennefer’ who had a finishing stack of 3,47,483.
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