Sunday night was as expected a power-packed one, thanks to the conclusion of The Millionaire Series Main Day and the commencement of the 1000x series on PokerBaazi. Here’s a complete report card of who won titles last night:
Spartan Poker’s The Millionaire Series final day began with event #52 which had a final prize pool of ₹10,53,000 on offer, which was shared by the top 27 places. The 163 entries, 35 re-entries and 153 rebuys battled at this event. The min-cash stood at ₹10,530.
Pratibh Saluja aka ‘stickysticky’ and Alok Pawar aka ‘ALOK.’ settled on a deal cashing ₹1,76,140 and ₹1,70,101 respectively.
Sunday Millionaire crushed the advertised guarantee for a final prize pool of ₹62,60,000. The event had 312 entries, 114 re-entries and 200 rebuys, out of which the top 60 players cashed a min-cash of ₹25,040.
Myron Pereira aka ‘mehhhhh’ topped the table for ₹10,82,230 as the top prize. Saransh Garg aka ‘TerrorGandhi$’ finished second for ₹9,04,271.
This event saw 648 entries, 169 re-entries and 390 rebuys generating a final prize pool of ₹12,07,000. The top 119 places saw pocketing a min-cash of ₹2,715.
Anand Babu Pallikona aka ‘$treet$mart’ claimed the top spot for ₹2,05,670, while Ganesh Kamat aka ‘fedorholz2020’ was the runner-up for ₹1,60,050.
This event saw 277 entries, 63 re-entries and 190 rebuys, out of which the top 47 places cashed a min-cash of ₹15,105. The final prize pool at this event stood at ₹26,50,000.
Mystery players ‘sarryu’ and ‘talissya’ clinched the top two spots for ₹5,16,485 and ₹3,28,070 respectively.
The ultimate Main Event of the Millionaire Series took place last night and a total of 294 surviving entries who battled it out for a prize pool of ₹2,25,10,000. The top 287 places took home a min-cash of ₹20,709.
Regular crusher Vinayak Bajaj aka ‘firehaimai’ clinched The Millionaire Main Event title for a handsome paycheque of ₹31,53,253. Poker pro Dhaval Mudgal aka ‘ElegantlyWasted’ finished at the runner-up spot for ₹22,19,977.
Out of the total 224 surviving entries at this event the top 223 finished in the money. The min-cash at this event stood at ₹1,191. The final prize pool stood at ₹10,01,500.
Kritagya Sharma aka ‘muckitfcukit’ nailed the top spot for ₹1,23,111, while Sumeet Rajpurohit aka ‘Sumitsingh199’ finished runner-up for ₹1,13,885.
Adda52’s Mega Suits offered ₹25 Lakh to the top 49 finishers out of the 249 entries and 237 re-entries. The min-cash at this tourney stood at ₹13,750.
Kaleem Pasha aka ‘fishwithnuts’ topped the table for ₹6,12,500, while Aman Parakh aka ‘karmapoker’ finished second for ₹3,62,500.
Adda52 Millions crushed the initial guarantee for a final prize pool of ₹27,80,000. The event had 162 entries and 116 re-entries out of which the top 30 places made in the money. The min-cash at this event stood at ₹22,240.
Millionaire Series Main Event winner Vinayak Bajaj aka ‘bhai_on_mary_jane’ and pokercoach Abhishek Goindi aka ‘pomfret1989’ ended the tourney in a deal as they cashed ₹5,89,226 and ₹5,46,404 respectively.
PokerBaazi’s 1000X Event #3 had a prize pool of ₹15,73,000 which was shared by the top 126 places. The min-cash stood at ₹2,360, as 532 entries and 517 re-entries battled it out.
Thiyam Dannish aka ‘thiyam’ and Pradip Ghosh aka ‘Nit2Donk’ ended the tourney in a deal for ₹2,28,000 and ₹2,27,000 respectively.
This event saw 519 entries and 484 re-entries generating a final prize pool of ₹35,10,000. The top 117 places out of these took home a min-cash of ₹5,620.
Female pro Kanchan Sharma aka ‘kanchansharma’ nailed this event for ₹6,04,000. Mystery player ‘RareAbility’ finished at the runner-up spot for ₹4,32,000.
The Galactic Series Event 85 The Big Crunch had 162 entries and 126 re-entries, of which the top 35 places cashed. The final prize pool stood at ₹10,08,000, and the min-cash stood at ₹8,451.
Anonymous player ‘rdx1111’ and Vinay B aka ‘CharleSCorreA’ ended the tourney in a deal for ₹1,17,422 and ₹1,63,597.
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