Manish Lakhotia Leaves Sood And Yadav Behind In A Battle Of Pay Cheques
Wednesday night witnessed some unparalleled action as the pros battled it out for the top spots. Players like Manish Lakhotia, Gaurav Sood and Anuj Yadav nailed top titles. Let’s have a look at what the night looked like.
Destiny – ₹20 Lakh GTD
Gaurav Sood aka ‘mozzie17’ shipped this event for ₹4,32,000. Vinay B aka ‘ConCrete’ finished second for ₹2,84,800.
- Total entries: 396 (192 entries, 52 re-entries and 152 rebuys)
- Buy-in: ₹5,500
- Places paid: 31
- Min-cash: ₹17,600
Wednesday High Roller – ₹20 Lakh GTD
Manish Lakhotia aka ‘thekid’ nailed the top spot for ₹5,11,000. Tarush Gupta aka ‘Tarush123’ finished at the runner-up spot for ₹3,52,000.
- Total entries: 130 (76 entries, 26 re-entries and 28 rebuys)
- Buy-in: ₹16,500
- Places paid: 15
- Min-cash: ₹36,000
PBC #8 Pride – ₹20 Lakh GTD
Mystery player ‘AffableSatan‘ topped the table for ₹3,56,000. Kalpesh Mehta aka ‘joecada’ finished second for ₹2,20,000.
- Total entries: 728 (351 entries and 377 re-entries)
- Prize pool: ₹25,48,000
- Buy-in: ₹3,850
- Places paid: 100
- Min-cash: ₹8,920
PBC #7 Holdem Boost – ₹10 Lakh GTD
Ramandeep Singh Bedi aka ‘bedi’ and mystery player ‘sakil2861‘ ended the tourney in a deal, and cashed ₹1,30,000 and ₹1,27,000, respectively.
- Total entries: 1,039
- Prize pool: ₹10,39,000
- Buy-in: ₹1,100
- Places paid: 167
- Min-cash: ₹1,870
Maverick- ₹15 Lakh GTD
Anuj Yadav aka ‘anuj25395’ won this event and took away a handsome amount of ₹3,31,451, whereas an anonymous player by the user name ‘zontory’ walked away with the prize money of ₹2,83,550.
- Total entries: 615 (299 entries and 316 re-entries)
- Prize pool: ₹15,37,512
- Buy-in: ₹2,750
- Places paid: 63
- Min-cash: ₹3,844
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