Sunday nights on the virtual poker felts are usually power-packed; yesterday was no different. The night was a star studded one witnessed some of the most high-value tournaments with the top players battling it out. Here’s what the night looked like:
The virtual felts of Spartan Poker were blazing with ITM series action. The #45 DST event had ₹10,78,000. The top 27 places were paid; out of the 152 unique players, 45 re-entries and 111 rebuys. The min-cash stood at ₹10,780.
Regular grinder ‘borntroblue’ took home ₹2,38,777 for his top finish, while Utkarsh Vaish aka ‘kidpokerNJ’ pocketed ₹1,61,161 for his runner-up finish.
Sunday Supersonic on Spartan Poker crushed the advertised guarantee to record a final prize pool of ₹43,65,000. The top 47 entries of the 243 unique players, 93 re-entries, and 149 rebuys made it in the money as the min-cash stood at ₹24,880.
Gopal Bajaj aka ‘Mamacita’ nailed the top spot for an addition of ₹8,50,738 to his bankroll. Vaibhav Arora aka ‘vaibhi18’ took the runner-up spot for ₹5,40,387.
This event surpassed the initial guarantee as the final prize pool stood at ₹10,79,000. The top 103 places made it in the money, as 549 unique players, 188 re-entries, and 342 rebuys battled it out. The min-cash stood at ₹2,913.
‘SlugaBed’ clinched the top spot for ₹2,04,362, while ‘Senbonzakura’ had a payday of ₹1,25,056 at the runner-up spot.
The mega Main Event of the ITM series was held last night after five starting flights. The event had a massive ₹1,59,70,000 on offer. The top 215 players tasted a portion of the prize pool taking home ₹19,643 as the min-cash. The ₹11,000 buy-in event had 167 unique players and 49 re-entries.
Anonymous player ‘Loot_era’ nailed the top spot and took home the lion’s share of ₹28,10,720 to become the biggest winner of the night. ‘Sanju0101’ finished at the runner-up spot for ₹15,98,597.
Adda52’s Sunday Showdown had 266 entries and 186 re-entries, out of which the top 47 places took home a portion of the ₹10,16,992 prize pool. The min-cash stood at ₹7,171.
Mystery player ‘VishuChi’ topped the table and pocketed ₹1,93,344, while Tanmay Benara aka ‘PlusEv’ finished second for ₹1,41,721.
Mega Suits on Adda52 had a prize pool of ₹26,45,021 on offer, which was shared by the top 55 places out of the 271 entries and 258 re-entries. The min-cash at this event stood at ₹11,903.
Female pro Kanchan Sharma aka ‘thandicoke’ shipped this event for a paycheque of ₹6,34,800. Mystery player ‘Pocket99’ finished runner-up for ₹3,70,300, while India Poker Championship (IPC) Megastacks May 2022 Main Event winner Siddhanth Kripalani aka ‘Sidstack’ finished third for ₹2,51,275.
This event saw IPC Megastacks May 2022 Mystery Bounty winner Vivek Singh aka ‘vivek94540’ emerge victorious after outlasting an entry field of 148 entries and 84 re-entries. Mystery player ‘Arunaru46’ finished at the runner-up spot for ₹4,00,000. The top 24 places took home a min-cash of ₹21,250.
BSS Superstack on PokerBaazi saw the top 72 places cashing a min-cash of ₹9,160. The 281 entries and 301 re-entries crushed the initial guarantee to generate a final prize pool of ₹29,55,000.
Online reg Aman Parakh aka ‘KarmaPoker’ topped the table and added ₹5,58,000 to his bankroll. Pro grinder Dhaval Mudgal aka ‘Rehab77’ finished at the runner-up spot for a [ayday of ₹3,92,000.
PokerStars’ Sunday Highroller had 64 entries and 36 re-entries, out of which the top 13 places cashed a min-cash of ₹24,750. Vishal Bajaj aka ‘Vishalb22’ nailed the top spot for ₹2,30,434. Myron Periera aka ‘khAAbib’ finished second for ₹1,76,979.
Sunday Special on PokerStars’ had 162 entries and 133 re-entries, out of which the top 34 places took home a min-cash of ₹6,382. Mystery players ‘powertostar’ and ‘FHIRSE’ ended the tourney in a deal for ₹1,26,071 each. Additionally, ‘powertostar’ pocketed ₹1,58,330, and ‘FHIRSE’ bagged ₹45,468 in bounty money.
Amarylisa Gonsalves is a Content Writer at Gutshot Magazine. Advancing from a marketing background, she found her calling in writing. She takes delight in exploring genres and is a curious learner. Patient and ambivert, she believes in letting her work speak for itself. Apart from content writing, she finds solace in writing poetry by manifesting herself through words. Additionally, she adores indulging in drawing and DIY crafts.
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