Day 10 of the India Online Poker Championship (IOPC) on Spartan Poker was a blessed day as two former IOPC Main Event champions locked horns to ship the coveted title. Guessing who? Let us tell you who they were. It was Saurabh Rohila vs Vaibhav Temani! And who won? You need to read this article to find out!
This event ended in a deal between two mystery players called ‘SMRV123456’ and ‘rahulh.’ Both of them took home ₹82,223 and ₹71,418 respectively.
Clinton Tavaress added 86,616 to his bankroll after beating Mohit Mehta who had a payday of ₹57,585. Previously, the runner-up had shipped two IOPC titles in a day and grabbed headlines. To read the full story click HERE.
A mystery player called ‘3HitTaxi’ shipped this IOPC title for 70,175 after defeating online reg Manish Lakhotia who cashed ₹46,655 as runner-up. Talking about Lakhotia, he’s an online reg who’s also an established live player. He has 171 online titles to his credit and recently on 18th January, Lakhotia also took down the Wednesday High Roller title.
Anonymous player ‘bloodring_banger’ took home ₹1,77,099 in prize money after beating another mystery player called ‘1life1chance’ who won ₹1,10,236 in prize money.
Harsh Dev turned into the biggest winner of Day 10 after striking a deal with Devendra Suthar to end Saturday Prime. Dev took home a pay cheque of ₹4,47,160. Suthar added ₹4,09,660 to his bankroll.
This event was a battle between two former IOPC Main Event (ME) champions. IOPC June 2022 ME winner Saurabh Rohila beat IOPC July 2021 ME Vaibhav Temani champion for ₹3,03,154. Temani had a payday of ₹1,91,235. Rohila is an IIT Delhi graduate who got into poker in the year 2011. During IOPC June 2022, Rohila nailed the IOPC #107 – Super High Roller ₹1.25 Crore GTD event for close to ₹35 Lakh. On the other hand, Temani has 102 titles to his credit and has over ₹4 Crore in total lifetime earnings (online poker) as of January 2023.
IOPC reg Parag Shah beat mystery player ‘Arcyboi’ to ship this IOPC tournament for a sum of ₹1,51,119. The runner-up added ₹95,212 to his bankroll for his second place finish.
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