Kanchan Sharma was the star of the night. She crushed the Godfather title on Adda52 and also nailed the PokerStars Highroller. Altogether, Sharma thickened her bankroll with a massive ₹7,80,146. All big poker platforms hosted high-value events and the advertised guarantee of all these tournaments was crushed massively. Keep reading to know more about the action that went down yesterday.
Spartan Poker’s Trending Thursday is a staple ₹5,500 buy-in event. The tournament had 479 entries in total. The top 39 players made it in the money. The min-cash stood at ₹16,525. The advertised guarantee of this tournament was crushed massively and the final prize pool stood at ₹23,95,000. The event was a deal between Jyoti Ranjan Nayak aka ‘joey114114’ and a mystery player who goes by the moniker ‘Showkeeen.’ Nayak cashed ₹4,80,197 in prize money while the mystery player took home ₹3,19,253.
Adda52’s prestigious Godfather title holder for the week is none other than poker queen Kanchan Sharma aka ‘thandicoke.’ She fired two bullets to clinch the top position and thickened her bankroll with ₹6,03,600. The runner-up in this tournament was a mystery player who goes by the moniker ‘lunik’ and cashed ₹3,52,100. The ₹5,500 buy-in event had 503 entries in total. The top 55 players made it in the money. The min-cash stood at ₹11,318. The advertised guarantee of this event was crushed and the final prize pool came up to ₹25,15,021.
PokerBaazi’s Summit was conquered by a mystery player who goes by the moniker ‘borntrouble’ who received a pay cheque of ₹4,59,000. The runner-up in this event was well-known grinder Vishnu Khandelwal aka ‘violator’ who pocketed‘3,22,000.’ The tournament had 277 entries in total. The top 36 players made it in the money in this ₹8,250 buy-in event. The min-cash stood at ₹14,130. The advertised guarantee of this event was crushed, and the final prize pool came up to ₹20,77,000.
PokerStars hosted the ₹7,700 buy-in Highroller yesterday. The tournament had 135 entries in total. The top 17 players made it in the money. A min-cash of ₹15,606 was paid. The advertised guarantee of this event was surpassed and the final prize pool stood at ₹9,45,000. The tournament was a deal between Kanchan Sharma aka ‘thandicoke’ and Vishal Bajaj aka ‘Vishalb22.’ Sharma fired two bullets and cashed ₹1,76,546 while Bajaj took home ₹1,75,891 in prize money.
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