Every tournament that took place yesterday had hundreds of entries and several pros like Shagun Jain, Sanat Mehrotra, Manish Lakhotia battling it out. Shagun Jian shipped the Millionaire tournament on Spartan Poker and ended up becoming the biggest winner of the night. These are just the headlines, keep reading for more information about tournaments that took place yesterday.
The Money Heist tournament on Spartan Poker was shipped by an anonymous player ‘PokerKnight’ who fired two bullets and cashed ₹2,31,257 in prize money. The ₹1,200 buy-in tournament had 1,110 entries in total. The top 103 entries were paid a min-cash of ₹3,296.
The runner-up in this tournament was also a mystery player ‘TejuHel’ who received ₹1,41,513 in prize money. The advertised guarantee was ₹10 Lakh which was surpassed by a small margin and a new prize pool of ₹12,21,000 was formed.
The Sunday Superstack, one of the staple poker tournaments on Spartan Poker was shipped by a mystery player ‘bluechipp.’ This player took home a whopping ₹8,16,035 in prize money. The runner-up in this tournament was ‘LorenzoVonMatterhorn’ who fired two bullets and received a payday of ₹5,42,531. Previously, on 1 July, ‘LorenzoVonMatterhorn’ shipped Monster Stack and Trending Thursday on Spartan Poker for ₹6,33,692 like a true pro.
The advertised guarantee of this tournament was ₹40 Lakh and it was surpassed by a thin margin. The new prize pool stood at ₹40,70,000.
The Millionaire tournaments are marquee events that take place on Spartan Poker every Sunday. This high-value tournament was shipped by Shagun Jain aka ‘icansuckout’ who received a whopping ₹17,38,000 in prize money.
Jain fired two bullets and managed to grab a huge chunk of the final prize pool. He was followed by mystery player ‘pokerkara123’ who laughed his way to the ₹9,77,000. The tournament had 245 entries in total and the top 239 players were paid a min-cash of ₹11,100.
Players who made it in the money in this Millionaire tournament were Devang Yadav who fired two bullets (7th, ₹2,36,600), Kanishka Samant (10th, ₹1,07,000), Nikhil Yadav (11th, ₹1,07,000), Aquib Ansari (12th, ₹95,400), Shravan Chhabria with three bullets (13th, ₹95,400), Final Table Series 2.0 Big Game champion Arjun Pasricha (14th, ₹85,400), Nadeem Basha (15th, ₹85,400) among others.
The Mega Suits Finale tournament on Adda52 was a ₹50 Lakh tournament which was shipped by IOPC reg Sanat Mehrotra aka ‘mehro2511’ who cashed an impressive ₹8,80,000 in prize money.
The tournament had 101 entries in total and the top 98 players were paid a min-cash of ₹17,500. Mehrotra never fails to impress his fans with his blockbuster performances on the virtual felts. With IOPC July 2021 around the corner, we are sure this pro will set the online poker felts on fire.
‘Themith’ was the runner up who cashed ₹6,45,000 in prize money. Other players who made it in the money were Sanish Chhabra (16th, ₹35,000), Sahil Mahoboobani (35th, ₹22,000), Ram Kakkar (36th, ₹22,000), Surbhit Grover (40th, ₹22,000), Vishnu Khandelwal (54th, ₹19,500), Guarav Sood (55th, ₹19,500), Anmol Mehta (56th, ₹19,500), Arjanveer Singh Chadha (60th, ₹19,500), Mohit Mehta (64th, ₹19,500), Manish Lakhotia (67th, ₹19,500), Goonjan Mall (82nd, ₹17,400), Shagun Jain (86th, ₹17,400), Bhanu Prakash (97th, ₹17,400) among others.
Adda52’s Sunday Showdown tournament had 500 entries in total and it was shipped by mystery player ‘Gabbar1510’ who took home ₹2,11,321 in prize money. The Sunday Showdown was a ₹2,500 buy-in tournament and the top 53 players were paid a min-cash of ₹7,147.
The runner up in this tournament was Shagun Jain aka ‘Sogani94’ who received ₹1,54,897 in prize money.
Players who made it in the money were Arjanveer Singh Chadha (4th, ₹83,224), Aman Parakh (23rd, ₹9,406), Kunal Patni (31st, ₹8,199), Anurag Srivastava (32nd, ₹8,199), Advait Rajguru (35th, ₹8,199), Manish Lakhotia (41st, ₹7,147), Amit Kaushik (43rd, ₹7,147) among others.
The advertised guarantee of this tournament was ₹10 Lakh but it was surpassed and a new prize pool of ₹11,24,993 was formed.
The Millions tournament on Adda52 had 247 entries in total. The top 27 players were paid a min-cash of ₹22,500. This tournament was shipped by online reg Manish Lakhotia aka ‘newkidpoker’ who cashed ₹6,50,000 in prize money. Lakhotia continues his winning spree. The online poker pro has been nailing poker tournaments one after the other. This trailblazer shows no signs of slowing nor is he taking it easy. This Big Deal, Endeavour and Megastack winner is going full blast to make sure people remember his name when they think of online poker.
The players who made it in the money were Arjanveer Singh Chadha (6th, ₹1,06,250), Anurag Shrivastav (10th, ₹37,500), Sanat Mehrotra (13th, ₹37,500), Goonjan Mall (25th, ₹22,500) among others.
Sunday Highroller on PokerStars was a ₹12 Lakh guarantee tournament which was a deal between Ujjwal Narwal aka ‘CougarHunter69’ and ‘MohanKapoor.’ Narwal fired three bullets and traversed to the top among 113 total entries and cashed ₹2,76,521 in prize money while ‘MohanKapoor’ received a pay cheque of ₹2,12,375. The top 13 players were paid a min-cash of ₹29,700.
The 13th player who received the min-cash was Arsh Grover aka ‘BiggggTymeR’ who received ₹29,700.
PokerStars conducted the Sunday Special tournament which was a deal between Ashwin Vijay aka ‘Ashwinvijay’ and ‘iamhunting.’ Vijay and ‘iamhunting’ cashed ₹1,33,422 and ₹1,30,522 respectively. The tournament had 262 entries in total and the top 27 players were paid a min-cash of ₹9,010.
PokerBaazi conducted the BSS#4 tournament which was a 5,500 buy-in event. The tournament was shipped by Vivekk Dube aka ‘Vivek25’ who cashed ₹5,26,000. The tournament had 541 entries in total and the top 63 players were paid a min-cash of ₹10,010.
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, and a Post Graduate Diploma in Journalism from Asian College of Journalism, 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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