Spartan Poker hosted two high-value events last night, namely Trending Thursday and Thursday Highroller, both of which were shipped by Karan Radia. His cumulative earnings last night stood at ₹13,39,841. Other winners from the night included Mohit Mehta, Akshat Sharma and Harsh Dembla. Keep reading to know more about what happened last night.
Spartan Poker’s Trending Thursday had 464 entries in total, comprising 204 unique entries, 77 re-entries and 183 rebuys. The top 39 players made it in the money in this ₹5,500 buy-in event. The min-cash stood at ₹16,008. The advertised guarantee of this event was crushed leading to a prize pool of ₹23,20,000, which eventually helped players take home much more. The tournament was a deal between Karan Radia aka ‘Majestic’ and Chandan Arora aka ‘Flow Like Water.’ Radia pocketed ₹4,30,261 after topping the 464 entry-field, while Arora cashed ₹3,44,154.
This was yet another high-value event hosted last night. The tournament garnered only 178 entries which consisted of 86 unique players, 26 re-entries and 66 rebuys. One of the reasons for the entries to be lesser than the Trending Thursday event, was because the buy-in of this series was ₹22,000. The top 15 players made it in the money. The players who made it in the money took a piece of ₹64,080 from the prize pool. This tournament was again shipped by Karan Radia aka ‘Majestic’ who also shipped Spartan Poker’s Trending Thursday event. The runner-up in this event was Arun Sriram aka ‘vazharmorghulis.’ While Radia pocketed ₹9,09,580, Sriram took home ₹6,26,560.
The advertised guarantee was crushed massively and the final prize pool came up to ₹35,60,000.
PokerBaazi’s The Summit was a deal between IOPC crusher Mohit Mehta aka ‘thejoker’ and Harsh Dembla aka ‘100crdream.’ Mehta fired two bullets and pocketed ₹3,74,000 while Dembla fired four bullets and cashed ₹3,70,000. The top 36 players made it in the money and took a share of ₹13,460 from the prize pool. A total of 264 entries participated in this event, consisting of 131 unique entries and 133 re-entries. The advertised guarantee of this ₹8,250 buy-in summit event was crushed and the final prize pool stood at ₹19,80,000.
Adda52’s Godfather tournament is one of the most prestigious titles. This ₹5,500 buy-in event was shipped by Akshat Sharma aka ‘akshat03’, who clinched the Godfather title and cashed ₹6,12,500. The event runner-up was Rohan Bhasin aka ‘sailor85.’ Bhasin cashed ₹3,62,500 in this event which had 461 entries in total, comprising 242 unique entries and 219 re-entries. 49 players walked away with a piece of the prize pool. The min-cash stood at ₹13,750.
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