Saturday night on the online poker felts was blazing with action. Even though it was a low-key night with fewer tournaments, that did not affect the spirit of the players who continued to grind hard for the top spots. Let’s quickly run through the action of the night.
Adda52’s DOPT Classic was the biggest tourney of the night. The tourney witnessed 445 players slogging hard for the top spots. Only the top 49 places made in the money as the min-cash stood at ₹4,375.
Bhushan Sohani aka ‘funchampion’ shipped the tourney and added ₹3,25,000 to his bankroll. Mystery player ‘Machine541’ finished second for ₹1,84,375. Arun Sriram (5th, ₹68,750), Harshad Barve (7th, ₹34,375), Sahil Mahboobani (33rd, ₹5,625), Aditya Singh (41st, ₹5,000) and Mithun Mahesh (49th, ₹4,375) were some players who made in the money at this tourney.
PokerBaazi’s Blockbuster was indeed a blockbuster in terms of action. It surpassed the initial guarantee to generate a final prize pool of ₹6,66,000. Out of the 333 entries at this tourney, the top 36 places made in the money while the min-cash stood at ₹4,528.
Karan Malhotra aka ‘karangogi’ topped the table and took home a paycheque of ₹1,47,000. At the runner-up spot, Animesh Thakur aka ‘animeshth20’ cashed ₹1,03,000 in prize money. Players like Aditya Singh (8th, ₹19,650), Siddharth Kadel (14th, ₹8,791), Debneil Mukherjee (17th, ₹7,525) and Nitin Arora (23rd, ₹5,860) made in the money at this event. Mithun Mahesh bubbled at this event at the 37th spot. Mohit Mehta (49th) and Arun Sriram (103rd) among others busted without any money.
PokerStars’ Eliminator was one of the most power-packed tourneys last night. It witnessed 276 players out of which the top 31 places were paid. The min-cash stood at ₹3,672.
Mystery players ‘rdx1111’ and ‘tomdwaf’ ended the tourney in a deal. Both players walked away with ₹59,350 each. Additionally, ‘rdx1111’ took home ₹53,774 in bounties while ‘tomdwaf’ cashed ₹14,122 in bounties. Gutshot’s January 2021 E-magazine cover star Gaurav Sood (6th, ₹16,500) and Karan Malhotra (10th, ₹6,005) also cashed at this event. Mithun Mahesh (43rd), Debniel Mukherjee (56th) and Ashwin Vijay were some players who left this tourney empty handed.
Spartan Poker’s staple Mukkamaar was as usual an interesting one. Out of the 290 entries at this tourney, the top 27 places made in the money as the min-cash stood at ₹6,550.
Saurabh Ramola aka ‘Faiyaas_Takkar’ shipped the tourney and laughed his way to the bank with ₹1,45,082. Mystery player ‘Dynasty_Parmara’ finished second for ₹97,922.
Amarylisa Gonsalves is a Content Writer at Gutshot Magazine. Advancing from a marketing background, she found her calling in writing. She takes delight in exploring genres and is a curious learner. Patient and ambivert, she believes in letting her work speak for itself. Apart from content writing, she finds solace in writing poetry by manifesting herself through words. Additionally, she adores indulging in drawing and DIY crafts.
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