The India Online Poker Championship (IOPC) continued on Day 13 in all its glory. While many top players from across the country were seen hitting the virtual felts, only a few managed to nail top titles. Let’s have a look at what went down last night.
IOPC #77 was the first tourney of Day 13 and it started with a bang. The event surpassed its initial guarantee and the final prize pool stood at ₹4,11,500. The top 71 places out of the 823 entries made it in the money; the min-cash stood at ₹1,563.
Jaya Prajapati aka ‘denb’ clinched the top spot for ₹79,420. At the runner-up spot Ashish Kaushik aka ‘Ataraxia’ took home ₹50,038 in prize money.
This event had the top 31 places out of the total 355 entries finishing in the money. The original guarantee was surpassed by a slim margin; the final prize pool stood at ₹7,10,000. The min-cash paid was ₹6,248.
Mystery players ‘Tejas.pd’ and ‘Rohish’ ended the tourney in a deal for ₹1,30,923 and ₹1,20,346 respectively.
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This event surpassed its initial guarantee to generate a final prize pool of ₹6,46,100. The min-cash stood at ₹2,455 and the top 71 places out of the 923 entries made it in the money.
Aditya Singh aka ‘konstantinn’ shipped the tourney and added ₹1,06,393 to his bankroll. Mystery player ‘Benjamin Roulette’ walked away at the runner-up spot with ₹96,870.
This Tuesday Prime event was the biggest tourney of the night. The advertised guarantee was surpassed to record a final prize pool of ₹35,37,000. The min-cash at this tourney stood at ₹8,842. The top 111 players out of the massive 1,179 entries enjoyed a portion of the prize pool.
Well-known player Anant Purohit aka ‘Prometheius’ and Vishnu Khandelwal aka ‘violator’ ended the tourney in a deal as the former laughed his way to the bank with ₹5,00,543, and Khandelwal took home ₹4,73,747.
The Tuesday Spotlight event had 838 entries battling it out for a final prize pool worth ₹16,76,000 which surpassed the initial guarantee. However, only the top 71 places managed to take home a portion of the prize pool; the min-cash stood at ₹6,368.
Popular player Siddharth Singhvi aka ‘PeterPunter’ and Lavesh Meena aka ‘devbhati’ ended the tourney in a deal. Singhvi grabbed ₹2,70,545 in prize money, while Meena cashed ₹2,56,725.
This one was the last tourney of the day. The event generated a final prize pool of ₹12,88,000 after surpassing its initial guarantee. Out of the 644 entries, the top 47 places finished in the money; the min-cash stood at ₹7,341.
Siddharth Gangwar aka ‘cooking_nuts’ shipped the tourney and added ₹2,51,031 to his bankroll. Kanchan Sharma aka ‘Midge Maisel’ had a payday of ₹1,59,454 at the runner-up spot.
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