Sunday was all about grinding intensely and taking home loads of money. Well known players Kanchan Sharma, Anant Purohit, Ram Kakkar, Anuj Yadav among others slayed online felts. These players nailed high-value events on Spartan Poker, PokerBaazi, Adda52 and PokerStars. Keep reading to know more about the events hosted and the action that went down on online felts yesterday.
The Prestige tournament on Spartan Poker was shipped by July 2021 Gutshot player of the month, Suraj N Yadav aka ‘MR.BEAST.’ This player took home a whopping ₹9,20,500 in prize money. The runner-up was Pranav Khandalkar aka ‘pranavpoker’ who had a payday of ₹5,58,000. The event had 120 entries in total. The top 143 players made it in the money. A min-cash of ₹9,300 was paid.
The advertised guarantee of Spartan Poker’s Sunday Superstack was crushed and the final prize pool stood at ₹34,50,000. The tournament was a deal between Anuj Yadav aka ‘tittooTauji’ and Rishab Malik aka ‘NoChanc3.’ Yadav took home ₹6,17,844 while Malik received a pay cheque of ₹6,03,110. The tournament had 345 entries in total. The top 31 players made it in the money. A min-cash of ₹30,360 was paid.
PokerStars hosted its staple ₹11,000 buy-in Highroller event. The advertised guarantee of this tournament was surpassed and the final prize pool stood at ₹10,20,000. The tournament was won by Ram Kakkar aka ‘TheLagLawyer’ who cashed ₹2,35,043 in prize money. The runner-up was Arjanveer Singh Chadha aka ‘ballistik310.’ Chadha, who is an IOPC regular took home ₹1,80,519 in prize money.The tournament had 102 entries in total. The top 13 players made it in the money. A min-cash of ₹25,245 was paid.
PokerStars’ Sunday Special event was shipped by Devendra Suthar aka ‘thablack’ who took home ₹1,30,958 in prize money and a bounty of ₹1,11,647. The runner-up was Punya Behera aka ‘madhumangal’ who cashed ₹1,30,958 and ₹48,913 in bounty. The ₹5,500 buy-in tournament had 288 entries in total. The top 31 players made it in the money. A min-cash of ₹7,191 was paid.
The Sunday Showdown on Adda52 was a ₹2,500 buy-in event. The event had 478 entries in total. The top 53 players made it in the money. A min-cash of ₹6,833 was paid. The tournament was nailed by Nishaanth Shanmughasundaram aka ‘superdeluxe’ who thickened his bankroll by₹2,02,022. The runner-up in this event was Abhishek Chhajer aka ‘abhiom’ who took home ₹1,48,082 in prize money.
Online reg Anant Purohit aka ‘Pro_baba’ shipped the Mega Suits on Adda52. This player cashed a whopping ₹6,16,800 in prize money. Mayank Maruka aka ‘AreyBetaRaise’ who took home ₹3,59,800 in prize money. The tournament had 514 entries in total. The top 55 players made it in the money. A min-cash of ₹11,565 was paid in this ₹5,500 buy-in event. The advertised guarantee of this event was crushed and the final prize pool stood at ₹25,70,000.
The Adda52 Millions event had a buy-in of ₹11,000 and drew in a total of 255 entries. The tournament surpassed its initial guarantee and generated a final prize pool of ₹25.5 Lakh. The top 27 players finished in the money and the min-cash stood at ₹22,950. In the end, online reg Sanat Mehrotra aka ‘mehro2511’ shipped the tournament and had a payday of ₹6,63,000. The runner-up of the event was player Abhishek Garg aka ‘thegrinder’ who took home ₹3,95,250 in prize money.
PokerBaazi’s Lakhpati finale had 301 survivors. The top 10 players made it in the money and as per the format of the event, they got paid ₹1 Lakh each. This event was shipped by a mystery player who goes by the moniker ‘hustlerballin18’ who took home ₹1 Lakh in prize money. The runner-up was an anonymous player called ‘tonton’ who added ₹1 Lakh to his bankroll.
PokerBaazi’s BBS Superstack event was won by poker pro Kanchan Sharma aka ‘Kanchansharma’ who took home ₹3,82,000 in prize money. The runner-up was Rohit Setia aka ‘acesinyourfaces’ who cashed ₹3,50,000 in prize money. The tournament had 428 entries in total. The top 54 players made it in the money in this ₹5,500 buy-in event. A min-cash of ₹9,844 was paid. The advertised guarantee was surpassed and the final prize pool stood at ₹21,40,000.
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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