Spartan Poker, PokerBaazi, and Adda52 had high guarantee tournaments on their platforms yesterday. Just like any other Thursday, there were several pros as well as newbies, who flexed their muscles on online poker felts to grab top spots. Let’s take a quick look at what went down yesterday.
The Millionaire Series on Spartan Poker runs from 3-9 May. This series assures ₹ 5 crore in guarantee in seven days and a leaderboard worth ₹ 10 Lakh. Laksh Pal Singh aka ‘Luckybhai$’ shipped the tournament yesterday and won a whopping ₹ 17,23,723 in prize money.
This ₹ 27,500 buy-in marquee tournament had 326 entries in total. The top 31 players in the field were paid a min-cash of ₹ 71,720. The advertised guarantee of this tournament was crushed and an even bigger prize pool of ₹ 81,50,000 was formed.
PokerBaazi’s ‘The Summit’ tournament was conquered by none other than poker pro Naresh Veeravalli aka ‘Emperor457’ who won ₹ 5,09,000 in prize money. This ₹ 8,250 buy-in tournament had 307 entries in total. The top 36 players were paid a min-cash of INR 15,660. The advertised prize pool of this tournament was crushed and an even bigger prize pool of ₹ 23,03,000 was formed. Just last week, this tournament was shipped by Kunal Patni, who cashed ₹ 4,32,000.
The Godfather tournament on Adda52 is one of the most phenomenal events that take place on Thursday. The tournament was shipped by anonymous player ‘supernuts’ who cashed ₹ 5,91,352 in prize money. This tournament had 603 entries in total and the top 63 players were paid a min-cash of ₹ 12,814. The advertised guarantee of this ₹5,500 buy-in tournament was crushed and an even bigger prize pool of ₹ 30,15,008 was formed.
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