India Online Poker Championship (IOPC) is one of the biggest poker tournaments in the country. There are just a few days left for IOPC to conclude and players have been grinding aggressively on the virtual felts of Spartan Poker. It is Day 15 of this mega event and let us take a quick recap of all that happened yesterday.
The first tournament of the day had a total of 628 entries and the top 47 players were paid a min-cash of INR 1,995. The winner of this tournament was Animesh Thakur aka ‘animeshth’ who cashed INR 49,994 in prize money.
This tournament had total entries of 501 players and the top 39 players were paid min-cash INR 3,967. The winner of this tournament was Himanshu Arora aka ‘shambolic794’ who won INR 96,560 in prize money.
This INR 880 buy-in event had a total of 674 entries. The top 55 players were paid a min-cash of INR 2,642. The winner of this tournament was Arun Shankar aka ‘kyachahiye’ who took a pay cheque of INR 70,762.
The fourth flight of the IOPC Main Event – The Crown was a INR 11,000 buy-in event. Dhaval Mudgal aka ‘ElegantlyWasted’ stood as the first chip leader with a finishing stack of 2,19,455. The second chip leader was Gokul Raj aka ‘Super Kings’ who had a finishing stack of 1,84,285.
This tournament had a total of 921 entries and the top 87 players were paid a min-cash of INR 12,400. The winner of this tournament was Ajay Dhayal aka ‘gabbarsingh’ who smiled his way to the bank with INR 7,66,000.
The Super Highroller was one of the most awaited tournaments of Day 15. The initial guarantee was crushed and a mighty prize pool of INR 1.53 Crore was formed. This Super Highroller had a buy-in of INR 105,000 and the top 17 players were paid a min-cash of INR 2.4 Lakhs. Vaibhav Sharma aka ‘Nikka Zaildar’ was the first chip leader with a finishing stack of 2.53 million. Sharma was closely followed by Arsh Grover aka ‘BigggTymeR’ with 1.82 million in chips. The game is paused and will resume soon, as everyone is waiting to know which player will clinch the prestigious winner’s title.
This INR 3,300 buy-in tournament had total of 445 entries. The top 39 players were paid min-cash of INR 11,385. The winner of this tournament was Anand Babu aka ‘OrangeZuce’ who won an impressive INR 3,30,825 in prize money.
The buy-in of this tournament was INR 2,200 and the total entries were 466. The winner of this tournament was Amit Sur aka ‘Immortal Killer’ who cashed INR 1,78,545 in prize money. The top 39 players were paid min-cash of INR 6,900.