Sunday night saw the Final Table Series (FTS) conclude with some unparalleled action, but that did not deter the players from grinding on other online poker platforms. With high-value National Poker Series (NPS) events also running full swing, players had an action-packed night. Let’s have a look at what went down last night on the virtual felts.
This tournament was the biggest event of the night, which surpassed its initial guarantee to generate a final prize pool of ₹1,09,39,991. The min-cash stood at ₹16,915. The top 215 places finished in the money.
Siddharth Singhvi aka ‘badtameez_donk’ topped the table and cashed an impressive figure of ₹17,05,280 in prize money. Mystery player ‘ag2703’ finished at the runner-up spot for ₹12,37,522.
Adda52 Millions had 283 entries. The top 30 places made it in the money. The min-cash stood at ₹22,640. The final prize pool of ₹28,30,000 surpassed the advertised guarantee.
Saurabh Rohila aka ‘saurabh21’ shipped the event for ₹6,08,371. At the runner-up, Ujjwal Narwal aka ‘fourteenk’ took home ₹5,47,684.
NPS #41 was indeed a mighty battle with 117 players out of the massive 1,009 entries making it in the money. The final prize pool stood at ₹20,18,000 which crushed the original prize pool. The min-cash paid was ₹3,230.
Akhilesh Chauhan aka ‘ikka5’ won the event and added ₹3,47,000 to his bankroll. Anonymous player ‘ladda’ had a payday of ₹2,43,000 at the runner-up spot.
This event had 662 entries battling it out for the winner’s title. The top 81 places cashed at this tournament, and the min-cash stood at ₹6,620. The final prize pool stood at ₹26,48,000 which mildly surpassed the initial guarantee.
Chiraag Patel aka ‘Versutus,’ Aman Parakh aka ‘KarmaPoker,’ and Chirag Sodha aka ‘miyagi’ struck a three-way deal. Patel cashed ₹3,49,000, Parakh took a pay cheque of ₹3,53,000 and Sodha added ₹3,51,000 to his bankroll.
This event crushed its initial guarantee to generate a final prize pool of ₹54,15,000. The top 126 places out of the impressive 1,083 entries took home a portion of the prize pool. The min-cash stood at ₹8,120.
Rubin Labroo aka ‘kornkid,’ Aryan Chauhan aka ‘PainProvider,’ Akshay Joshi aka ‘akdolos’ and Yash Dutt aka ‘paranoid’ ended the tourney in a four-way deal. Labroo took home ₹5,39,000, Chauhan cashed ₹5,43,000, Akshay Joshi pocketed ₹6,52,000 and Dutt cashed ₹5,61,000.
This event was a knockout event that had 810 entries. The top 99 places finished in the money. The final prize pool stood of ₹12,15,000 surpassed the original guarantee. The min-cash stood at ₹2,310.
K Chandrasekhar aka ‘thesword’ shipped the event for ₹2,16,000. Mayank Maruka aka ‘Newsolidcash’ finished second for ₹1,51,000.
NPS #46 Sprint crushed its advertised guarantee to generate a final prize pool of ₹15,30,000. The min-cash stood at ₹3,370. The top 90 places out of the 765 entries made it in the money.
FTS 2.0 winner Siddharth Karia aka ‘schemer,’ World Series of Poker (WSOP) bracelet winner, Kartik Ved aka ‘TheInternetKid’ and online reg Sahil Chutani aka ‘bluffme19’ ended the tourney in a three-way deal. Karia laughed his way to the bank with ₹1,94,000, Ved cashed ₹2,10,000 and Chutani took home ₹1,92,000 in prize money.
PokerStars’ Micro Millions Main Event surpassed its initial guarantee and the final prize pool stood at ₹16,20,000. The min-cash stood at ₹3,267 and the top 71 places out of the 648 entries finished in the money.
Mystery players ‘ishrox’ and ‘sarine29’ ended the tourney in a deal walking away with ₹1,22,782 and ₹1,22,781 respectively.
Sunday Highroller on PokerStars had 81 entries and the top 9 places got paid. The min-cash stood at ₹34,809.
IOPC January 2020 Millionaire Main Event winner, Anurag Srivastava aka ‘GutshotHaiBro’ shipped the event for ₹2,42,918. Poker pro Ashish Ahuja aka ‘Spewshhhiiiii’ had a payday of ₹1,90,541 at the runner-up spot.
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 expressing herself through words. Additionally, she adores indulging in anything that satisfies her creative self, like drawing and DIY crafts.
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