Online poker platforms conducted several high-value tournaments on Thursday. Adda52’s Godfather, PokerStars Highroller, Spartan Poker’s Monster Stack were some of the marquee tournaments that took place yesterday. Thursday belong mystery player ‘LorenzoVonMatterhorn’ as he shipped the Monster Stack and Trending Thursday tournaments on Spartan Poker on the same day.
While ‘LorenzoVonMatterhorn’ had an amazing day, poker pro Sahil Mahboobani shipped the Godfather tournament and won the prestigious title. These are just the headlines, keep reading to know more.
The ₹2,200 buy-in Monster Stack tournament on Spartan Poker was shipped by a mystery player ‘LorenzoVonMatterhorn.’ The player cashed a hefty ₹2,12,624 in prize money. This anonymous player was followed by yet another mystery player ‘chemprac’ won ₹1,34,808.
The tournament had 548 entries in total and the top 55 players were paid a min-cash of ₹5,370. The advertised guarantee of this tournament was ₹8 Lakh but it was crushed and a new prize pool of ₹10,96,000 was formed.
Players Kartik Ved, Guruprasad Gupta, Anirban Das, Siddhanth Kripalani, Ratul Steves, Vishnu Khandelwal, Peter Nazareth, Harshad Barve, Arsh Grover, Anant Purohit, Yudhishter Jaswal, Aniket Waghmare, Sahil Mahboobani, Surbhit Grover, Manish Lakhotia, Aman Parakh, and Siddharth Karia finished in the money.
The Trending Thursday tournament on Spartan Poker is one of the staple events. This tourney had 415 total entries and the top 39 players were paid a min-cash of ₹14,490. This ₹5,500 buy-in tournament was nailed by anonymous player ‘LorenzoVonMatterhorn’ who took home a massive ₹4,21,050 in prize money. This player was followed by Ankit Wadhawan aka ‘Shippament’ who had a pay day of ₹2,79,930.
The ₹5,500 buy-in tournament had 415 total entries. The top 39 players were paid a min-cash of ₹14,490.
The Godfather tournament on Adda52 is one of the marquee events on the platform. This tournament had 464 entries in total and the top 49 players were paid a min-cash of ₹13,750. This ₹5,500 buy-in tournament was won by Sahil Mahboobani aka ‘ImHighIshove’ who laughed his way to the bank with ₹6,12,500. The runner-up of this tournament was a mystery player ‘bjarun’ who cashed ₹3,62,500 in prize money.
Highroller on PokerStars was a ₹7,700 buy-in tournament which was shipped by poker pro Vishnu Khandelwal aka ‘violator2018’ who received a pay cheque of ₹2,19,185. He was followed by mystery player ‘getsetgo666’ who added ₹1,68,902 to his bankroll.
This Highroller had 130 entries in total and the top 15 players were paid a min-cash of ₹18,793.
The Summit tournament on PokerBaazi was shipped by Umang Kakarania aka ‘Umang94’ who traversed to the top among 290 total entries. Kakarania won ₹4,80,000 in prize money. He was followed by an anonymous player ‘hungryanimal’ who cashed ₹3,37,000 in prize money.
The top 36 players in this ₹8,250 buy-in tournament were paid a min-cash of ₹14,790. The advertised guarantee of ₹15 Lakh was crushed and a new prize pool of ₹21,75,000 was formed.
The second runner up was Devang Yadav aka ‘laila’ who took home ₹2,17,000. Players who made it to the final table were Arsh Grover (5th, ₹1,20,000), Saksham Sharma (6th, ₹96,350), Naren Purohit (7th, ₹80,040), and Siddharth Pandey (8th, ₹64,160).
Players who made it in the money were poker pro Goonjan Mall (9th, ₹48,070), Armaan Kochhar (10th, ₹35,020), Anmol Mehta (11th, ₹35,020), Kunal Patni (15th, ₹28,070), Sanat Mehrotra (24th, ₹19,140), Naresh Veeravalli (27th, ₹16,970) among others.
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