Many players joined the Tuesday night grind on poker platforms like Spartan Poker, PokerBaazi, and Adda52. Keeping the online felts bustling with activity were poker players who tried their best to clinch the top spot. While many players made the money on these high-value tournaments, only the best from the lot clinched the winning title. Here is the full report.
Spartan Poker’s Mega Stack lived up to its name when the tournament crushed its original guarantee to record an impressive ₹24,81,000 as its final prize pool. This was due to the 827 total entries that turned up for the event. The tournament had a buy in of ₹3,300. Players who found themselves on the top 71 places were given a min-cash of ₹9,427.
After a grueling final table, poker pros Ratul Steves aka ‘Atriohm’ and Vinayak Bajaj aka ‘haayegarmi’ settled on a deal. The prize money for the top two players was split equally between the two players. Steves took the title spot with ₹3,32,783 and Bajaj walked away in second place with ₹3,32,702 in winnings.
For players who were looking for a great time on the online poker felts, PokerBaazi’s The Endeavour was the perfect match. This ₹3,850 buy-in tournament had a total of 403 players who were keen to join the action. As a result, the initial guarantee was crushed and recorded ₹14,11,000 as the final prize pool. The top 45 places were paid a min-cash of ₹7,898.
It was Sanchit Adukia aka ‘sanchit1990’ who came out on top after a deal was made between him and mystery player ‘Missbluff.’ They took home ₹2,96,000 and ₹2,07,000 respectively, in prize money.
While players were burning the midnight oil, Adda52 was keeping it fresh with its tournament called The Mint. The tournament surpassed the initial prize pool and recorded ₹18,13,021 as the final amount. This ₹3,850 buy-in event had a total of 518 entries that battled it out for a piece of the prize pool. However, only players who made it to the top 55 places made the money and were given a min-cash of ₹8,159.
This time, the first two places went to mystery players ‘FaujiDhaba’ and ‘SpiritFish.’ It was ‘FaujiDhaba’ who shipped the tournament and pocketed ₹4,35,120 in prize money. While ‘SpiritFish’ was the runner-up and went home with ₹2,53,820 in prize money.
Donna Amo is a writer at Gutshot Magazine. She is a graduate from Sophia College of Women, Mumbai with a degree in English Literature. When this October born foodie is not writing content or poetry, she spends her time laughing at memes or watching series. Based out of Mizoram, she is drawn to all things nature and has a soft spot for puppies.
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