Sundays are considered to be a day when players get to thicken their bankroll massively. Yesterday, the online felts of Adda52, Spartan Poker, PokerBaazi and PokerStars were bustling as most of the players flocked to these well-known platforms to play and win.
Adda52 hosted three high-value events and all of them were shipped by mystery players. PokerBaazi’s Superstack was shipped by the well-known and regular, Dhinesh Kumar. Read further to know more about all the tournaments that were hosted yesterday.
Anonymous player ‘goofy25’ shipped the ₹2,500 buy-in tournament. This mystery player took home ₹2,02,022 in prize money. The tournament had 478 entries in total and the top 53 players made it in the money. A min-cash of ₹6,833 was paid. The initial advertised guarantee was surpassed and the final prize pool stood at ₹10,75,498.
The Mystique tournament on Adda52 had 281 entries in total. The top 30 players made it in the money. A min-cash of ₹8,992 was paid. The event was shipped by a mystery player who goes by the moniker ‘Royalty’ and received a pay cheque of ₹2,87,744.
This Millions tournament on Adda52 was the ₹25 Lakh GTD event which was shipped by a mystery player who goes by the moniker ‘GajaniG.’ The player took home a hefty ₹6,86,400 in prize money. The event had 264 entries in total and the top 27 players made it in the money. A min-cash of ₹23,760 was paid in this ₹11,000 buy-in event. The initial advertised guarantee of this event was surpassed and the final prize pool stood at ₹26,40,000.
The advertised guarantee of the Superstack tournament on PokerBaazi was crushed and the final prize pool stood at ₹21,40,000. The tournament had 428 entries in total and the top 54 players made it in the money. This event was shipped by Dhinesh Kumar ‘dhineshrocky007 who took home ₹3,44,000 in prize money. A min-cash of ₹9,844 was paid.
The staple Sunday Special Progressive tournament on Pokerstars had 295 entries in total. The ₹5,500 buy-in event was a deal between India Online Poker Championship (IOPC) veteran Arjanveer Singh Chadha aka ‘ballistik310’ and Avinash Kumar aka ‘ficklesoul.’ Pro player Chadha fired three bullets and took home ₹1,75,673 in prize money.
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The Sunday Highroller event on PokerStars was a ₹11,000 buy-in tournament that was a deal between a mystery player who goes by the moniker ‘ThatsItAllin’ and Ranjeet Negi ‘Bedevilforyou.’ While the anonymous player clinched the winning title, Negi fired three bullets to become the first runner up. The mystery player took home ₹1,59,268 while Negi received ₹1,22,625 in prize money. The tournament had 158 entries in total and the top 20 players made it in the money. A min-cash of ₹12,533 was paid.
The Sunday Superstack on Spartan Poker had 358 entries in total and the top 39 players made it in the money. This event was shipped by Rahul Kumar aka ‘sttoned’ who received ₹7,03,147 in prize money. A min-cash of ₹27,600 was paid in this ₹11,000 buy-in event.
Season 5 of Money Heist, a Spanish crime drama dropped on Netflix during the weekend. Spartan Poker, which hosted this tournament had 771 entries in total. The top 71 players made it in the money. A min-cash of ₹3,222 was paid. This tournament was shipped by Swapnil Patil aka ‘norm_macdonald’ who took home ₹1,22,661 in prize money. The advertised guarantee of this event was surpassed and the final prize pool stood at ₹8,48,000.
This event was the highest value tournament hosted on Spartan Poker. The ₹5,500 buy-in tournament had 277 survivors on Day 2 of the event and the top 271 players made it in the money. A min-cash of ₹9,800 was paid. This event was shipped by Abhishek Jain aka ‘PirateMihawk’ who thickened his bankroll with ₹17,03,000 in prize money.
Manthra Koliyer is a writer at Gutshot Magazine. She has an affinity for seeing the world through people’s eyes. With a bubbly fun personality, you can always catch her chatting with anyone she comes across. Holding an English Literature degree from Wilson College, Mumbai, this pop culture fanatic is ready to take on the world with a pen, paper, and microphone. She also actively works on her personal blog called namasteyconvict.blogspot.com, where for a moment she lets you into her drama-filled world.
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