Pocket52 just wrapped up with the fourth edition of Pocket Poker Championship (PPC). For its final day, the poker series welcomed hundreds of players to the Pocket52 network. In the end, a new PPC Main Event champion was crowned while other players took home winning titles. Here’s the full lowdown of the high-octane action on the felts.
The Aurora tournament had a buy-in of ₹880, and the initial guarantee was surpassed. The final prize pool generated was ₹1,65,600. A total of 207 entries participated in the event. The top 30 places were paid. Player ‘lucky2Blucky’ shipped the event for ₹33,120 while the runner-up was ‘vivekthakur’ for ₹23,598.
Pocket Lunch was the next tournament with a buy-in of ₹1,100. The event’s final prize pool was ₹2,04,000, which surpassed the original guarantee. There were a total of 204 entries, and the top 30 places were paid. The winner of the event was ‘CKD1728,’ who took home ₹40,800 in prize money. The runner-up was ‘Samir108,’ who walked away with ₹29,070.
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The Pocket Aces event drew in a total of 272 entries and had a buy-in of ₹4,400. Out of these, the top 43 places were paid. In the end, it was player ‘John_wick1399’ who clinched the title and added ₹2,70,000 to his bankroll. The runner-up was ‘Kush97700,’ who exited with ₹1,95,000 in his pockets.
A total of 227 entries played in the Pocket Jacks event. The buy-in was ₹1,650, and the top 34 places were paid. The final prize pool surpassed the initial guarantee, and the final prize pool was ₹3,40,000. The winner of the event was ‘Tanmay007,’ who took home ₹65,035 in winnings. The runner-up was ‘nobomi1,’ who walked away with ₹47,670.
The Heatwave tournament had a total of 122 entries, and the buy-in was ₹1,100. The top 19 players were paid. The winner of the event was ‘SuryaRC,’ who had a payday of ₹34,500. The runner-up was ‘Mkriverking05,’ who went home with ₹24,750 in prize money.
The Sundown welcomed a total of 125 entries, and the buy-in was ₹770. The event crushed its advertised guarantee and generated ₹87,500 as the final prize pool. In the end, players who made it to the top 19 places were paid. The event was shipped by ‘Santu1234,’ who took home ₹20,125 in prize money. The runner-up of the event was ‘Chironjit1,’ who had a payday of ₹14,437.
The Bracelet was the Main Event of the series and promised players a ₹25 Lakh guaranteed prize pool. Over the course of 8 flights, the event welcomed a total of 662 entries and had a buy-in of ₹3,300. The top 91 places were paid, and the min-cash was ₹8,750. The new Main Event champion was Aman Parakh aka ‘KarmaPoker’ who had a payday of ₹4,26,250. The runner-up was ‘TryHard,’ who took home ₹2,87,500.
The Breeze was a ₹50,000 guarantee event and had a buy-in of ₹110. There were a total of 426 entries, and the top 110 were paid. The event was shipped by ’97##.846##58_1932456,’ who took home ₹8,750. The runner-up was ‘Gsdhaked_892710,’ who walked away with ₹6,250.
PPC also had its Rolling Thunder leaderboard which promised players a total of ₹5 Lakh in guarantee. The prize pool was shared by the top 10 best performing players of the series. The leaderboard was topped by player ‘Monu12121‘ who walked away with ₹1,50,000 in prize money.
|Rolling Thunder PPC Leaderboard|
Donna Amo was 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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