We are back with yet another round up on the India Online Poker Champion (IOPC). Today, we will look into Day 3 tournaments. Names like Ashutosh Balodhi, Tarush Gupta, Mayank Lakhani and Sameer Agarwal emerged victorious and grabbed the coveted IOPC titles. Let us take a look at last night’s tournaments and their respective winners.
This tournament of IOPC June 2023 was nailed by a mystery player called ‘AREWEALIENS’ for a sum of ₹1,94,900. The runner-up was ‘AjubaBakchodOG’ ₹1,23,800. The event had 478 entries and the min-cash in this 2,200 buy-in tourney was ₹5,700. Top 47 places were paid in event #18.
A well-known name from the online poker circuit, Hemant Meena won this event for a payday of ₹2,30,575. ‘AREWEALIENS’ was the runner-up for ₹1,53,295. The Monster Stack had a buy-in of 2750 and the total entries stood at 460. The min-cash paid in this event was ₹7,935; top 39 places were paid.
This Saturday Prime tourney had 651 total entries and the player who emerged victorious was Tarush Gupta. He laughed his way to the bank with ₹6,75,500. Mayank Lakhani finished second and took a pay cheque of ₹4,25,600. The ₹5,500 had paid the top 71 spot and the min-cash paid was ₹13,300.
Another Saturday feature tourney was the Spotlight event with 18 Lakh GTD up for grabs. Another well-known player from the poker circuit shipped the event. Ashutosh Balodhi nailed the top spot for ₹3,49,200. Rahul Sahni finished second and added ₹2,21,400 to his bankroll. The total entries in this ₹3,300 event stood at 595. Saturday Spotlight paid the top 55 places and the min-cash was ₹8,820.
Sameer Agarwal came out on top as the title holder in this event. As the top place finisher he added ₹1,94,000 to his bankroll. Popular player Harsh Dev Jhirmiria who has been making headlines with his incredible run secured the runner-up for a sum of ₹1,23,000. This event had a total of 587 entries and the buy-in stood at ₹1,650. The top 55 places were in the money and the min-cash given was ₹4,900.
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