Online poker tournaments were running full steam despite the mid-week blues. Even if live games are going on the action on the virtual felts did not fizzle out. Spartan Poker, PokerBaazi, and Adda52 hosted high-value events yesterday. Keep reading further to know more about the action that unfolded on these poker platforms last night.
Spartan Poker’s Destiny event had 344 entries in total. The top 30 players made it in the money in this ₹5,500 buy-in event. The min-cash stood at ₹12,600. The tournament was shipped by Rahul Kumar Jain aka ‘Kya_scenebro’ who walked away with ₹4,21,750 in prize money. The runner-up was a mystery player who goes by the moniker ‘MistaX1’ and cashed ₹3,52,249.
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Adda52’s Maverick tournament had 551 entries in total. The top 55 players made it in the money. A min-cash of ₹5,250 was paid in this ₹2,750 buy-in tournament. The event was shipped by Sandeep Tulsyan aka ‘magicman1710’ who thickened his bankroll by ₹3,90,000. The runner-up was Rajat Sharma aka ‘Oshoswami’ who fired one bullet and cashed ₹2,21,250 in prize money.
PokerBaazi’s The Pride tournament had 353 entries in total. The top 45 players made it in the money. A min-cash of ₹6,920 was paid in this ₹3,850 buy-in event. Jasven Saigal shipped the tournament for ₹2,59,000. The runner-up in this event was Vishnu Khandelwal aka ‘violator’ who walked away with ₹1,82,000 in prize money. The advertised guarantee of this event was surpassed and the final prize pool stood at ₹12,36,000.
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