Sunday tournaments on Spartan Poker and PokerBaazi saw major players gunning for top titles. Spartan Poker’s staple Millionaire tournament was shipped by Deepankur Gupta aka ‘dp179’ who received a pay cheque of ₹17,48,000. Two Superstack events were hosted on Spartan Poker and PokerBaazi. These are just the highlights, keep reading further to know more about the action that went down on virtual felts last night.
This tournament on Spartan Poker ended in a deal between Deepesh Raka aka ‘prince1993’ who took home a whopping ₹7,29,641 in prize money. An anonymous player who goes by the moniker ‘Sanu15’ fired two bullets to grab ₹7,21,348 in prize money. Online reg Arun Sriram aka ‘vazharmorghulis’ took home a pay cheque of ₹4,11,640 for his third place finish. This ₹11,000 buy-in tournament had 410 entries in total.
In this Sunday Superstack event, a total of 31 players made it in the money and a min-cash of ₹36,080 was paid at this tourney. The advertised guarantee of this event was surpassed and a new prize pool of ₹41,00,000 was formed.
This Ultimate Value Series Main Event was shipped by Sanish Chhabra aka ‘Sanish21.’ This pro player took home ₹1,98,432 in prize money. The tournament had 1,040 entries in total and Chhabra traversed to the top to clinch the winning title. The top 95 players finished in the money. A min-cash of ₹3,068 was paid at this tourney. The advertised guarantee of this event was surpassed by a slim margin and the final prize pool stood at ₹10,40,000.
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This is one of the highly anticipated events that took place yesterday on Spartan Poker. The tournament was shipped by Deepankur Gupta aka ‘dp179’ who received a pay cheque of ₹17,48,000. The tournament had a competitive field and the top 231 players made it in the money. An impressive min-cash of ₹11,500 was paid at this tourney.
PokerBaazi’s SuperStack tournament had 452 entries in total. This ₹5,500 buy-in event was shipped by Muthukumar Rajagopalan aka ‘hero1965.’ Rajagopalan took home ₹4,35,000 in prize money. The runner-up in this event was Ranjeet Negi aka ‘Rj147’ who received ₹3,37,000 in prize money. The advertised guarantee of this event was surpassed and the final prize pool stood at ₹22,60,000. Top 54 players in this SuperStack tournament made money. The min-cash at this tourney stood at ₹10,400.
Top grinders who made it in the money were India Online Poker Championship (IOPC) July 2021 commentator Kanchan Sharma (4th, ₹1,51,000), Adda52 Game Ambassador Kunal Patni (6th, ₹91,080), Shagun Jain (7th, ₹75,940), Vishnu Khandelwal (9th, ₹45,430), Naresh Veeravalli (14th, ₹27,120), Arun Sriram (33rd, ₹14,010), Myron Pereira (41st, ₹12,200) among others.
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