Poker has grown tremendously over the years in India. While many played the card game as a recreational activity, we have now started to see a lot of players grind online and make a career out of it by turning professional and playing in various tournaments and series.
Citing the enthusiasm and efforts of players, it just goes on to show how the fan following of poker is on the rise in the country. With poker gaining so much attention, one of India’s leading online poker platforms, PokerBaazi, has decided to do something special for all poker pros and enthusiasts. The online poker platform announced the launch of the highly anticipated tournament in India and this has the biggest tournament prize pool ever.
Yes, you read it right; PokerBaazi is back with its much awaited tournament, the G.O.A.T. tournament which comes with a prize pool of ₹10 Crore! This mega tournament is all set to kick-start on 28th September and will see the winner walk away with ₹2 Crore while the second-ranked person is rewarded ₹1 Crore alongside the third-place finisher winning ₹50 Lakh.
If the GTD wasn’t enticing enough, PokerBaazi has also decided to add on the excitement and halved the buy-in amount from the previous edition. The buy-in for the PokerBaazi G.O.A.T series sits as low as ₹5,500 from ₹11,000. Isn’t that exciting? Sure is.
One of the best things about this upcoming PokerBaazi G.O.A.T. is how the platform has tried to present something for players with different bankrolls. The satellites for the upcoming tournament starts at just ₹1, which allows players with different bankrolls to stand a chance of participating in the mighty tournament and walk away with massive winnings.
All these factors come together to make PokerBaazi the ultimate poker platform. So what are you waiting for? Sign up on PokerBaazi via Gutshot Magazine and start preparing for G.O.A.T.
Smit is a sports writer at Gutshot Magazine. After completing his Bachelor’s in Mass Media, and a Master’s degree in Sports Management, this sports fanatic uses articles as a tool to express his opinions. Bring up cricket or football and you will find this usually quiet guy speak for hours! He also co-heads the official supporters club of Chelsea FC in Mumbai, wherein he hosts screenings, football meets and other such events.
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