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Nitesh Katiyar Takes The Biggest Pay Cheque Home Poker
Kumar Shubham
Posted on 25 Apr, 2023
By Kumar Shubham
On 25 Apr, 2023
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By Kumar Shubham
On 25 Apr, 2023
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Nitesh Katiyar Takes The Biggest Pay Cheque Home


The weekend came to a close on a high note, and now it’s time for Monday night events. In general, several platforms held multiple tournaments, but the prize pool was not large; rather, it was regular yet lucrative. What’s remarkable is that the players’ ardour and enthusiasm yesterday were equal to their enthusiasm on Sunday.

Despite being low-key in nature, it featured some of the circuit’s greatest players competing to earn the largest prize sum and ascend to the top of the rank ladder.

The deep grinds and unsetting battle on tables made Monday events exciting and pleasant as well. Let us now learn more about the events that took place on Monday night and who all triumphed in this battle.

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This event on Monday night came to a deal between four players Pankaj Nanda aka ‘TheBrunson,’ Harsh Bubna aka ‘harsh1327,’ a mystery player with the username ‘DogaXII,‘ and Hardik Nair aka ‘HARDIKHARDIK. Following the deal, their earnings were ₹1,05,000, ₹1,03,000, ₹98,970, and ₹95,660 respectively.

Total entries: 593 (320 entries and 273 re-entries)
Buy-in: ₹1,650
Places paid: 107
Min-cash: ₹3,100

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Likewise, the second event on today’s list also concluded with a deal between two players, Anubhav Ray aka ‘Shovemaster’ and Himanshu Arora aka ‘pokerbrat7’. Despite finishing second, Arora received ₹2,05,000 in prize money, while Ray received ₹2,04,000 .

  • Total entries: 310 (143 entries and 167 re-entries)
  • Buy-in: ₹4,400
  • Places paid: 35
  • Min-cash: ₹10,500

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The Big Show – ₹10 Lakh GTD

Satyam Verma aka ‘satyamverma25’ won this event for ₹1,79,000 in prize money, while a mystery player with the username ‘pranshubansal’ finished second for ₹1,24,000.

  • Total entries: 346 (180 entries and 166 re-entries)
  • Prize pool: ₹10,38,000
  • Buy-in: ₹3,300
  • Places paid: 35
  • Min-cash: ₹7,790

Nano ME Finale- ₹25 Lakh GTD

By finishing first in this event, Nitesh Katiyar aka ‘nitkat’ won ₹3,58,053 in prize money. Avinash Koneru aka ‘avinkon’ finished second, winning ₹3,49,043.

  • Total entries: 197
  • Prize pool: ₹24,99,989
  • Buy-in: Ticket
  • Places paid: 161
  • Min-cash: ₹5,225

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