The online felts were buzzing with activity as players flocked to the online platforms for a night of high-octane poker action. The National Poker Series (NPS) on PokerBaazi continued with vigour and many players took home winning titles. Let’s take a look at who were the biggest winners of the night.
Adda52’s Godfather had a total of 511 entries and a buy-in of ₹5,500. The advertised guarantee was surpassed and the final prize pool stood at ₹25,55,021. The top 55 places were paid, and the min-cash given was ₹11,498. Rahul Singroha aka ‘qwerty3293’ clinched the title and had a payday of ₹6,13,200. The runner-up was Amrit Mishra aka ‘amrit1111’ who went home with ₹3,57,700 in prize money.
PokerStars’ Highroller event welcomed a total of 123 entries and had a buy-in worth ₹7,700. The top 15 places were paid and the min-cash stood at ₹16,913. The tournament ended in a three-way deal between players Nitin Arora aka ‘Checkshoveit,’ Rishab Malik aka ‘NoChan,’ and Anurag Srivastava aka ‘GutshotHaiBro.’ They went home with ₹1,54,202, ₹1,56,297, and ₹1,55,917 in prize money, respectively.
The NPS continues on PokerBaazi with NPS #23 attracting a massive total of 1,453 entries on to its field. This poker tournament had a buy-in of ₹550 and crushed its original guarantee. The final prize pool was ₹7,26,000. The top 144 players made the money and the min-cash was ₹944. The tournament ended in a deal between ‘Dr19sidhu’ and ‘snehil99.’ They took home ₹94,820 and ₹1,13,000 in prize money, respectively.
One of the series feature event was the NPS #24 Thursday Mega Rally which had an impressive figure of 955 as entries. The ₹2,200 buy-in tournament crushed its advertised guarantee, and the final prize pool was ₹19,10,000. The top 117 places were paid, and the min-cash was ₹3,060. In the end, a deal was struck between players Gautam Rohilla aka ‘M8a7’ and Rony Chowdhury aka ‘bisadip176.’ Rohilla walked away with ₹2,77,000 and the title. Chowdhury was the runner-up for ₹2,82,000.
The NPS Deepstack Championship was the biggest event of the night with a massive ₹50 Lakh GTD. The tournament had a total of 758 entries and a buy-in worth ₹8,250. The event was a success and generated a final prize pool worth ₹56,85,000 which crushed the initial guarantee. The top 90 places were paid, and the min-cash was ₹12,510. Poker pro Rohan Bhasin aka ‘likeaboss85’ shipped the title and took a pay cheque of ₹10,29,000. Dhiraj Lakhotia aka ‘supernuts’ was the runner-up and walked home with ₹7,21,000 in his bankroll.
The NPS PLO Slam Dunk had a ₹6 Lakh guarantee which was crushed in the end. The final prize pool was ₹10,02,000. There were a total of 501 entries out of which only the top 63 players made the money. The min-cash of this ₹2,200 buy-in tournament was ₹3,710. Online reg Shagun Jain aka ‘sogani22’ shipped the tournament and added ₹1,95,000 to his bankroll. The runner-up was player Harshit Sanghi aka ‘Harshit114’ who went home with ₹1,36,000.
The NPS Sprint had a ₹7 Lakh guarantee and a buy-in of ₹1,100. The final prize pool generated was ₹13,12,000 which surpassed the advertised guarantee. The top 144 places were paid and the min-cash was ₹1,710. The tournament ended in a three-way deal. Arjanveer Singh Chadha aka ‘holdbaby’ took home the title and ₹1,65,000 in winnings. The runner-up was player Tanay Parekh who went home with ₹1,66,000 in prize money.
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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