Day 7 of India Online Poker Championship (IOPC) on Spartan Poker saw online regs battling it out fiercely to nail top titles. Siddharth Kadel continues his winning streak while the current edition of the series saw a female player nailing an IOPC title. Yes folks, Mahima Walia Das shipped a tournament. Well-known known name from the Indian poker circuit Dhiraj Lakhotia took down the coveted title of Wednesday Prime for close to 8 Lakh which is pretty impressive. Let’s do a quick recap of last night’s action.
IOPC reg Abhijeet Kumar struck a deal with a mystery player called ‘Prometheue’ to nail the title for ₹68,909. The anonymous player added ₹61,279.
Prabhas Sharma, yet another online reg ended this event after striking a deal with Akhilesh Gautam for ₹1,36,077. The runner-up added ₹1,29,347.
Siddharth Kadel took down this title after a deal with the second place finisher ‘Sihan0716’ for ₹1,04,249. The mystery player took home ₹1,01,800.
This title went to a mystery player called ‘chipUp124’ who had a payday of ₹1,46,916. The runner-up was also an anonymous player called ‘57spades’ who took home ₹90,706.
The marquee title of Thursday night, Wednesday Prime was nailed by Dhiraj Lakhotia for ₹7,96,960 after striking a deal with Pavankiran Bellamkonda. The runner-up added ₹7,46,039.
Yet another tourney ended in a deal between Rahul Singroha and Ashish Munot. The title clincher had a payday of ₹8,90,430 while Munot added ₹6,00,990 to his bankroll.
Online reg Harsh Bubna also took the deal route to end this tourney for ₹3,03,857. A mystery player called ‘kingboy’ added ₹2,95,172 to his bankroll for his second place finish.
he 14th edition of IOPC saw a female player who nailed an IOPC title. We have Mahima Walia Das adding the All Rounder Monster Stack title to her credit for a prize money worth ₹2,30,731. A mystery player called ‘AKJ615’ had a second place finish for ₹1,45,372.
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