Sunday night on the virtual poker felts was blazing with action as top players and amateurs were seen grinding equally hard to make it to the top spots. As players like Ankit Khattar, Karan Radia, Lavesh Meena and Rishab Malik nailed the top titles. Several other notable players made money on Sunday night. Let’s have a look at the action of the night:
Adda52’s Mega Suits was an action-packed tourney. The event witnessed a competitive field of 49 players. The 49 places were paid at this tourney as the min-cash stood at ₹13,750.
Mystery player ‘arushiagarwal’ shipped the event for ₹5,36,303. At the runner-up spot, Neeraj Bajaj aka ‘NEERAJ2828’ cashed ₹4,38,697 in prize winnings.
Players like Manish Lakhotia (6th, ₹87,500), Rishab Mailk (13th, ₹25,000), Ram Kakkar (14th, ₹25,000), Adda52 Millions winner Karan Radia (19th,₹21,250), Ritwik Khanna (21st, ₹18,750), FTS 3.0 Main Event champion Ankit Wadhawan (22nd, ₹18,750), Anmol Agarwal (28th, ₹16,250), Arjanveer Singh Chadha (33rd, ₹16,250), Sanish Chhabra (42nd, ₹13,750) and Shravan Chhabria (48th, ₹13,750) made in the money at this tourney.
Adda52 Millions witnessed an entry field of 27 players. The prize pool at this tourney was crushed as the final prize pool stood at ₹26,50,000. The top 27 places made in the money and the min-cash stood at ₹23,850.
Karan Radia aka ‘Reg_Slayer’ topped the table and added ₹6,89,000 to his bankroll. Laksh Pal Singh aka ‘BoomTilt23’ finished at the runner-up spot for ₹4,10,750.
Other notable players who made in the money included Manish Lakhotia (6th, ₹1,12,625), Vishal Singh (8th, ₹66,250), Goonjan Mall (12th, ₹39,750), Vishnu Khandelwal (16th, ₹33,125), Arun Sriram (21st, ₹27,825), Anmol Mehta (24th, ₹23,850) and Siddharth Karia (26th, ₹23,850).
Sunday Special on PokerStars’ witnessed 256 players battling it out for the top spots. The top 27 places at this bounty tournament made in the money and the min-cash stood at ₹9,170.
Lavesh Meena aka ‘lavesh786’ and Harsh Dembla aka ‘kakori kabab’ ended the tourney in a two way-deal. Both players took home ₹1,46,080 in prize money. Additionally, Meena grabbed ₹1,10,136 in bounty while Dembla pocketed ₹53,027 in bounty.
Siddharth Gangwar (5th, ₹56,297), Tanmay Benara (15th, ₹12,820), Manish Lakhotia (23rd, ₹10,842), Mithun Mahesh (24th, ₹9,170) and Debneil Mukherjee (26th,₹9,170 ) also made in the money.
Players like Kanchan Sharma (30th), Ankit Wadhawan (35th), Ashish Ahuja (40th), Shagun Jain (54th), Ashwin Vijay (57th), Sahil Mahboobani (62nd) and Rubin Labroo (69th) left this tourney empty-handed.
PokerBaazi’s BSS Superstack was a star studded tourney. Out of the 397 entries at this tourney the top 45 places were paid and the min-cash stood at ₹11,200.
Rishab Malik aka ‘ryuk’ shipped the tourney and laughed his way to the bank with ₹3,78,000. At the runner-up spot, Sanish Chhabra aka ‘Sanish21’ pocketed ₹3,36,000.
Siddharth Kripalani (11th, ₹30,600), Vinayak Bajaj (16th, ₹12,400), Sahil Mahboobani (21st, ₹18,800), Dishani Vijay (22nd, ₹16,800), Ritwik Khanna (24, ₹16,800), Rubin Labroo (28th, ₹13,000), Goonjan Mall (30th, ₹13,000), Neeraj Bajaj (33rd, ₹13,000) and Shagun Jain (40th, ₹11,200) also made in the money at this event.
Siddharth Karia (47th), Manish Lakhotia (48th), Aniket Waghmare (50th), Arjanveer Singh Chadha (55th), Ram Kakkar (57th), Tanmay Benara (58th), Chirag Sodha (63rd), Vishnu Khandelwal (68th), Mohammad Azhar (70th), Sanat Mehrotra (75th) and Shardul Parthasarathi (76th) busted without any money.
Spartan Poker’s staple Sunday Superstack was as usual a power-packed tourney. The prize pool at this ₹11,000 buy-in event stood at ₹30,10,000. As 301 entries battled it out, the top 31 places were paid out. The min-cash stood at ₹26,488.
Ankit Khattar aka ‘Asymptote05’ topped the table and cashed ₹5,55,963, while Puneet Mishra aka ‘potpoker’ finished second for ₹5,09,275.
The most anticipated UVS on Spartan Poker concluded with the Main Event happening yesterday. The event witnessed 874 entries, out of which the top 79 places were paid. The min-cash at this tourney stood at ₹3,400.
Parag Shah aka ‘Persie’ shipped the tourney for ₹1,91,900. The runner-up spot was claimed by Siddharth Gangwar aka ‘cooking_nuts’ who walked away with ₹1,20,400.
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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