A thrilling Sunday night across the online poker room of the country saw several winners driving home with bundles of top prizes! In today’s Roundup, we will take you on a quick tour of last night’s tournaments on Spartan Poker, PokerBaazi, Adda52, Pokerstars India, just in case you have missed out on any. So, keep reading further to discover more…
Boasting INR 1 Crore GTD The Millionaire kicked off last night with a buy-in of INR 11,000 on Spartan Poker. The event clocked in 895 entries and the top 95 players ended up earning a min-cash. The last man standing was ‘McFly’ who powered through the field to claim the winner’s title and a 7-digit score! Settling in the second place was Sriharsha D aka ‘Potato Player’ while Anmol Mehta aka ‘Anzzzzz’ ended up in the third position.
The signature Sunday tournament on Spartan Poker Sunday SuperStack INR 35 Lakh GTD garnered a field of 726 entries. The INR 5,500 buy-in event collected a prize pool of INR 36.30 Lakh which was given out to the top 71 places. ‘Rsourabh491’ claimed the first prize after defeating Vivek Singh aka ‘KasolHieghts’ in heads-up. Singh secured the second place payout for his efforts.
Anish Suri aka ‘anishsuri’ took down Big Daddy INR 8 Lakh GTD on Spartan Poker last night. The event registered 409 entries accumulating a prize pool of INR 8.18 Lakh. The top 39 players finished ITM. Suri eliminated ‘Tiger10’ in heads-up and clinched to the latest title. It was only last week that the champion triumphed Wednesday’s Mega Freeze.
On Sunday, PokerBaazi hosted BSS Monster 6-Max INR 5 Lakh GTD which pulled out 197 entries. It took 4+ hours for the eventual winner to come out on top and ultimately circuit grinder Alok Birewar aka ‘TheProfessional’ claimed the winner’s title along with INR 1.21 Lakh for his victory. Birewar railed out ‘KKKKAAAA’ in heads-up who secured INR 84,650.
Another attraction on PokerBaazi was INR 2,750 buy-in BSS MegaStack promising INR 10 Lakh in prize pool guarantee. The event gathered 326 entries out of which the top 36 players earned a min-cash of INR 6.8K. Outlasting the field was Pranav Khandalkar aka ‘pranavpoker’ who knocked out Sahil Mahboobani aka ‘ImHighIshove’ in heads-up for INR 2.21 Lakh in prize money while the latter settled in the runner-up position for INR 1.55 Lakh.
Assuring INR 20 Lakh GTD AOPS Big Slick captured the attention of 848 entries on Adda52. The INR 2,500 buy-in event collected the final prize pool which was shared among the top 92 places. Nishaanth Shanmughasundaram aka ‘superdeluxe’ added INR 4.90 Lakh in first prize after defeating Ayush Garg aka ‘lazyman’ in heads-up who secured INR 2.68 Lakh.
Adda52’s Sunday flagship event AOPS Millions INR 25 Lakh GTD was crushed to draw INR 27.70 Lakh in prize pool after pulling in 277 entries. Srihari Bang aka ‘zombieballs’ outlasted the field and took away the lion’s share of prize money INR 5.99 Lakh. It was Rohit Mishra aka who secured INR 5.32 Lakh for settling in the second position.
After battling for 4-days and five starting flights on Adda52, ‘RohitVaswani’, an anonymous player whose real name could be Rohit Vaswani, conquered the field of AOPS Full House INR 1 Crore GTD to bag an enormous INR 21 Lakh in prize money, becoming the biggest winner of the night! On the final day, the champion outlasted 200+ survivors and defeated Kunal Patni aka ‘KunalPatni’ in heads-up who grabbed INR 12.63 Lakh for finishing second.
PokerStars India hosted Sunday Special PKO INR 20 Lakh GTD last night for a buy-in of INR 5,500. Taking down the event to bag INR 1.75 Lakh prize money was Chirag Sodha aka ‘WhyworrY_56’ after the players struck a heads-up deal which saw Sourabh Gehlot aka ‘ravenlaw410’ in the runner-up position for INR 1.54 Lakh.
Another tournament on PokerStars India logged in 158 entries for INR 11,000 in Sunday Highroller INR 20 Lakh GTD. Once again, the event concluded with a heads-up deal that saw Avjit Jaiswal aka ‘SwangoRay’ topping the list while ‘loctobonbon’ ending up second. Both payers earned INR 3.54 Lakh for their efforts!
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