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IOPC Day 5: Makhija, Narang, Bhalerao Among Others Ship Top Titles Poker
Donna Amo
Posted on 25 Jan, 2022
By Donna Amo
On 25 Jan, 2022
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By Donna Amo
On 25 Jan, 2022
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IOPC Day 5: Makhija, Narang, Bhalerao Among Others Ship Top Titles


The high-octane action raged on as India Online Poker Championship (IOPC) January 2022 had players hooked with its offerings. Day 5 of the online poker series was bombarded with enthusiastic players and ended with smashing victories. Most of the tournaments ended in a deal between players and many underdogs emerged to claim top titles. Let’s look at what went down on the virtual felts.

IOPC #27 – ₹4 Lakh GTD

 IOPC Day 5: Mayank Makhija Ships Monday Prime For 5.44 Lakh

Tanmay Bhalerao

The IOPC #27 was a ₹4 Lakh guarantee tournament with a buy-in of ₹660. The tournament attracted a total of 818 entries and even surpassed its original guarantee. The final prize pool was ₹4,90,800. The top 71 players made the money and the min-cash stood at ₹1,865. In the top spot was player Tanmay Bhalerao aka ‘Tandroid’ who went home with ₹81,186 in prize money. The runner-up was Anand Shivaraman aka ‘anands1240’ who walked away with ₹73,220.

  • Total Entries: 818
  • Prize Pool: ₹4,90,800
  • Buy-In: ₹660
  • Places Paid: 71
  • Min-Cash: ₹1,865

IOPC #28 – ₹7 Lakh GTD

IOPC Day 5: Mayank Makhija Ships Monday Prime For 5.44 Lakh

Mayank Maruka

The action continued with the second tournament of the day. This event had a ₹7 Lakh guarantee and ₹1650 as its buy-in. With 555 total entries, the event also managed to surpass its initial guarantee. The final prize pool generated was ₹8,32,500. The top 47 places were paid and the min-cash was ₹4,745. The tournament ended in a deal between Mayank Maruka aka ‘barrelbrat’ and ‘fishyvishy22.’ Maruka went home with ₹1,42,209 in prize money while ‘fishyvishy22’ walked away with ₹1,23,109.

  • Total Entries: 555
  • Prize Pool: ₹8,32,500
  • Buy-In: ₹1,650
  • Places Paid: 47
  • Min-Cash: ₹4,745

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IOPC #29 – ₹6.25 Lakh GTD

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Abhijeet Kumar

This ₹880 buy-in event had an advertised guarantee of ₹6.25 Lakh which was quickly crushed. The final prize pool was recorded as ₹9,10,400. A strong player field of 1,138 entries battled it out. The top 87 players finished in the money and the min-cash stood at ₹2,822. Online reg Abhijeet Kumar aka ‘TheSupremeOne’ grabbed the top spot for ₹1,65,512. The runner-up position was taken by Aditya Kesharwani aka ‘KesarDaa’ who walked away with ₹1,17,349 in prize money.

  • Total Entries: 1,138
  • Prize Pool: ₹9,10,400
  • Buy-In: ₹880
  • Places Paid: 87
  • Min-Cash: ₹2,822

IOPC #30 – Monday Prime ₹25 Lakh GTD

IOPC Day 5: Mayank Makhija Ships Monday Prime For 5.44 Lakh

Mayank Makhija

The IOPC Monday Prime was the biggest event of the night with a ₹25 Lakh guarantee. The tournament had a buy-in of ₹4,400 and 826 entries fought hard for the top post. The tournament crushed its advertised guarantee and generated a total of ₹33,04,000 as its final prize pool. Players that finished in the top 71 spots made the money. The min-cash paid was ₹12,555. Poker player Mayank Makhija aka ‘$Magician$’ clinched the title spot and had a payday of ₹5,44,427. Mystery player ‘elbedonk’ was the runner-up and pocketed ₹4,95,012 in winnings.

  • Total Entries: 826
  • Prize Pool: ₹33,04,000
  • Buy-In: ₹4,400
  • Places Paid: 71
  • Min-Cash: ₹12,555

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IOPC #31 – Monday Spotlight ₹15 Lakh GTD

IOPC Day 5: Mayank Makhija Ships Monday Prime For 5.44 Lakh

Anmol Narang

This event had a player field of 699 and a buy-in of ₹2,750. The initial guarantee of ₹15 Lakh was surpassed and the final prize pool was ₹17,47,500. In the end, players who made it to the top 63 spots were paid and the min-cash was ₹7,601. Online reg Anmol Narang aka ‘geeegeee’ took home the title and a prize money worth ₹2,92,969. Rehmat Walia aka ‘Lologotu’ was the runner-up and walked away with ₹2,58,367.

  • Total Entries: 699
  • Prize Pool: ₹17,47,500
  • Buy-In: ₹2,750
  • Places Paid: 63
  • Min-Cash: ₹7,601

IOPC #32 – All Rounder ₹12 Lakh GTD

IOPC All Rounder that had 667 entries slogging hard for the top title. The ₹2,200 buy-in event quickly surpassed its initial guarantee, and the final prize pool was ₹13,34,000. The top 63 places were paid, and the min-cash was ₹5,802. Mystery player ‘Giraldik’ shipped the event and took a pay cheque of ₹2,58,129. Sankalp Marwah aka ‘boomboomboooomer’ was the runner-up and received ₹1,62,748 in prize money.

  • Total Entries: 667
  • Prize Pool: ₹13,34,000
  • Buy-In: ₹2,200
  • Places Paid: 63
  • Min-Cash: ₹5,802

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