Tournaments on Spartan Poker, Adda52, PokerStars, and PokerBaazi took place in full swing. Though India Online Poker Championship (IOPC) July 2021 will kick-start in two days, poker platforms aren’t ready to back out from giving players what they want—high-value tournaments.
Anuj Laddhad shipped the Monster Stack making this his second victory in a week’s time. Anmol Mehta conquered The Summit tournament and made his mark yet again on the online poker felts. This is just the tip of the iceberg, keep reading to know what went down yesterday.
Monster Stack – ₹8 Lakh
The Monster Stack tournament on Spartan Poker had 552 entries in total and Anuj Laddhad aka ‘Anuj6101’ shipped the event. Laddhad received a prize money of ₹1,84,165. This player shipped The Race tournament on Spartan Poker on 7 July and received a pay cheque of ₹1,11,736. Looks like Laddhad is in a mood to rake up a storm.
Top 47 players were paid a min-cash of ₹6,292. Meet Jariwala aka ‘gogobhai’ was the bubble boy who left empty handed.
Trending Thursday – ₹21 Lakh GTD
The Trending Thursday tournament is a staple tournament that takes place on Spartan Poker. The tourney was shipped by mystery player ‘bluechipp’ who took home a hefty ₹4,51,125 in prize money. The tournament had 450 entries in total and the top 39 players were paid a min-cash of ₹15,525.
Sunday Superstack hosted by Spartan Poker on 4 July was nailed by ‘bluechipp’ for an impressive sum of ₹8,16,035. This ₹5,500 buy-in event had an advertised guarantee of ₹21 Lakh but it was surpassed and the final prize pool stood at ₹22,50,000.
The Summit – ₹15 Lakh GTD
PokerBaazi’s The Summit tournament was won by poker pro Anmol Mehta aka ‘anzzzzz.’ Mehta traversed to the top among 270 entries in total and had a payday of ₹4,47,000. The top 36 players in this tournament were paid a min-cash of ₹13,770.
Highroller – ₹12 Lakh GTD
PokerStars hosted its ₹12 Lakh Highroller tournament yesterday which attracted 146 entries in total. The top 15 players in this event were paid a min-cash of ₹12,899. The ₹7,700 buy-in event was nailed by Arun Sriram aka ‘realruny’ who cashed ₹1,29,254.
Godfather – ₹20 Lakh GTD
Adda52’s marquee ₹5,500 buy-in Godfather tournament had 444 entries in total. The top 49 players in this event were paid a min-cash of ₹13,750. The winner of this tournament was Rahul Jain aka ‘rahulpalawat’ who took home ₹4,33,408 in prize money. The tournament had an advertised guarantee of ₹20 Lakh but it was crushed and the final prize pool stood at ₹25 Lakh.
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