The first Sunday of 2021 was a poker feast on the virtual felts. Several high-value tournaments taking place, top players as well as amateurs battling it out and unmatched poker action is what defined last night. Let’s have a look at the results of the night.
Spartan Poker’s Sunday Superstack witnessed some action-packed scenes. The top 31 places out of the 357 entries finished in the money. The initial guarantee was crushed by over a million rupees as the final prize pool stood at ₹35,70,000. The min-cash stood at ₹31,416.
Ujjwal Narwal aka ‘Lord Hendrix’ had a fabulous start to the year as he shipped one of his biggest wins on Spartan Poker. Narwhal topped the table and added ₹7,55,055 to his bankroll. Mystery player ‘heimdall’ finished at the runner-up spot for ₹5,08,368.
The Moneymaker event on PokerBaazi was the biggest tourney of the night. The initial colossal guarantee of ₹1 crore was surpassed and the fina;l prize pool stood at ₹1,17,00,000. The event witnessed 1,174 entries out of which the top 135 places made in the money. The min-cash stood at ₹16,440.
PokerBaazi reg Shashank Mehrotra aka ‘shashank171992’ shipped the tourney to become the biggest winner of the night as he laughed his way to the bank with ₹19,75,000. Ranjeet Negi aka ‘rj47’ finished at the runner-up spot for ₹13,84,146.
Arjanveer Singh Chadha (13th, ₹1,20,000), Nitin Arora (27th, ₹70,440), FTS 2.0 main Event winner Siddharth Karia (42nd, ₹52,830), Vishal Bajaj (43rd, ₹52,830), Ashish Ahuja (47th, ₹44,610), Ram Kakkar (50th, ₹44,610),
PokerBaazi’s PBC #2 Monsterstack was an action-packed tourney that crushed the advertised guarantee by close to a million rupees. The final prize pool stood at ₹24,65,000. The top 117 places out of the 986 entries finished in the money. The min-cash stood at ₹3,940.
Rohit Mishra aka ‘rohit22rm’ topped the table and pocketed ₹4,24,000 in prize winnings. At the runner-up spot, Online reg Bharat Vasan aka ‘Thinkfloyd’ cashed ₹2,97,000.
Adda52’s Roller Coaster was a power-packed tourney. Out of the 240 entities at this tourney, the top 24 places finished in the money. The min-cash at this tourney stood at ₹20,400.
WPT India Bounty Championship and Megasuits winner Anant Purohit aka ‘Pro_baba’ nailed the tourney for ₹5,36,139. Sahil Nair aka ‘you3bi4b’ finished second for ₹5,06,661. Sanish Chhabra (4th, ₹2,06,400), Tanmay Benara (9th, ₹48,000), Ritwik Khanna (15th, ₹30,000), and Shagun Jain (17th, ₹30,000) were some notable players who finished in the money.
Adda52’s Carousel witnessed 463 entries, out of which the top 49 places finished in the money. The prize pool stood at ₹21,04,338, while the min-cash stood at ₹11,574.
WPT Vietnam 2018 Main Event winner and MPL ambassador Dhaval Mudgal aka ‘dirtzoso’ claimed the title and added ₹5,15,562 to his bankroll. RM aka ‘happyfish’ took home ₹3,05,129 for his second-place finish.
Adda52’s Gravitron witnessed some action-packed scenes. The tourney received 437 entries out of which the top 44 places made it in the money. The min-cash at this tourney stood at ₹7,495.
Destiny winner Arjanveer Singh Chadha aka ‘arjan30’ and Rajneesh Thakur aka ‘rajneesh620’ ended the tourney in a deal as Chadha took home ₹1,66,927 and Thakur walked away with ₹1,62,871.
Sunday Special on PokerStars was a progressive knockout tourney, which witnessed 297 entries battling it out. The top 34 places made it in the money and the min-cash stood at ₹6,340.
Akshay Gupta aka ‘Vaahbhaivaah’ and last week’s Sunday Superstanch winner Nitin Arora aka ‘Checkshoveit’ ended this tourney in a two-way deal taking home ₹1,25,244 each. Additionally, Gupta bagged ₹1,18,886 and Arora bagged ₹53,710 in bounty money.
Sunday Highroller on PokerStars witnessed the initial guarantee being surpassed as the final prize pool stood at ₹12,30,000. The top 15 places out of the 123 entries finished in the money. The min-cash stood at ₹26,243.
PokerBaazi Summit winner Mithun Mahesh shipped the tourney for ₹2,69,598. WCS Highroller winner Deepesh Raka aka ‘deep12322’ was the runner-up who walked away with ₹2,07,494. Players like Dhaval Mudgal (8th, ₹43,126), Harsh Dembla (9th, ₹33,192), Manish Lakhotia (10th, ₹29,514) and Nitin Arora (14th, ₹26,243) also made it in the money at this tourney.
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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