As Adda52’s most anticipated live poker series Colossus 2022, concluded yesterday at Deltin Royale in Goa with popular player Nishant Sharma claiming the Main Event title for ₹33,15,000. The action on the virtual felts was equally engaging as several pros battled it out and clinched titles.
Spartan Poker’s FCS #28 was a high-value tourney with a final prize pool of ₹10,25,500. The event saw participation from 135 unique players, 28 re-entries, and 130 rebuys, out of which the top 23 places made it in the money. The min-cash at this event stood at ₹11,895.
Utkarsh Vaish aka ‘kidpokerNJ’ shipped the event for ₹2,38,428, while Bharath Kumar aka ‘sanapalbhar’ finished at the runner-up spot for ₹1,61,516.
This event crushed the initial guarantee to generate a final prize pool of ₹45,80,000. The top 39 places out of the 219 entries, 85 re-entries and 154 rebuys finished in the money, grabbing a min-cash of ₹31,602.
Online pro Anuj Yadav aka ‘br0ckLesnar95’ topped the table for ₹7,67,447, as FTS 3.0 Main Event winner Ankit Wadhawan aka ‘d00mtr00per’ finished at the runner-up spot for ₹7,61,356.
The FCS Mid Main Event saw 770 unique entries, 232 re-entries, and 478 rebuys, generating a final prize pool of ₹22,20,000. The top 143 places made it in the money as the min-cash stood at ₹4,129.
The event ended in a deal between Sachin Raj aka ‘brownguy26’ and Devvrat Arya aka ‘YwzK4927’, who took home ₹3,32,116 and ₹3,24,337 for their first and second finishes, respectively.
FCS #32 had 209 entries, 51 entries, and 151 rebuys battling it out for the prize pool of ₹20,55,000. The top 39 places made it in the money for a min-cash of ₹14,179.
Navaneesha P aka ‘np406’ and Doctor Couple fame Akanksha Singh aka ‘HashBrownie’ ended the tourney in a deal, with the former taking the top spot for ₹3,78,688 and Singh taking the runner-up spot for ₹3,07,270.
This event has a massive prize pool of ₹1,30,40,000 on offer, which the top 239 players shared out of the 176 entries, and 65 re-entries at this event. The min-cash stood at ₹14,474.
Anonymous player ‘FlyOn’ shipped the event for ₹15,36,824. Another mystery player ‘ProMaco’ finished at the second spot for ₹12,47,087.
This event on PokerBaazi saw 493 entries and 476 re-entries as the top 117 places enjoyed a portion of the ₹48,45,000 prize pool. The min-cash at this event stood at ₹7,750.
RM aka ‘happyfish’ topped the table for a top prize of ₹8,34,000. Pankaj Khandelwal aka ‘King533933’ was the runner-up for ₹5,84,000.
The BSS Megastack saw the top 108 places taking home a min-cash of ₹3,790 out of the ₹22,27,000 prize pool. The event had 493 entries and 398 re-entries.
Sahil Chutani aka ‘bluffme19’ claimed the top spot for ₹3,90,000 while Himanshu Arora aka ‘pokerbrat7’ took the runner-up spot for ₹2,73,000.
Adda52’s Mega Suits had 237 entries and 200 re-entries fighting for the top spots as the top 49 places made it in the money. Siddharth Karia aka ‘skaria1’ shipped the event and added ₹6,12,500 to his bankroll, while Mohsin Shaikh aka ‘gongo’ took home ₹3,62,500 for his runner-up finish.
This event saw the top 24 places out of 131 entries and 90 re-entries finishing in the money for a min-cash of ₹21,250.
Vaibhav Sharma aka ‘alienrobot’ clinched the top spot for ₹6,86,250. Raghav Siddalinga aka ‘FuckedUpLife’ was the runner-up who walked away with ₹4,00,000.
PokerStars’ Sunday Special saw an entry field of 136 entries and 115 re-entries. The top 27 places made it in the money as the min-cash stood at ₹9,068.
Ayush Garg aka ‘Kyanaamrakhu’ and ‘sssss951’ ended the tourney in a deal for ₹1,44,466 each, along with a ticket to the Galactic Series Main Event. Additionally, Garg cashed ₹2,03,760 in bounty, and the latter cashed ₹24,375.
Sunday Highroller on PokerStars had 50 entries and 21 re-entries. The top eight places cashed a min-cash of ₹38,728 at this tourney.
National Poker Series (NPS) March 2022 Main Event winner Chirag Sodha aka ‘WhyworrY_56’ took the top spot for ₹2,63,971, while Vishal Bajaj finished second for ₹2,00,669. The two players also won tickets to the Galactic Series Main Event.
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