Tuesdays are about turning heads! Poker platforms conducted several high-value tournaments yesterday and numerous sharks tried their hands at these tournaments. Let’s take a look at what happened on Spartan Poker, PokerBaazi, and Adda52 yesterday.
Spartan Poker’s Mega Stack was one of the high value tournaments yesterday. The Mega Stack on Tuesday had 715 entries and the top 71 players were paid a min-cash of ₹8,151. This ₹3,300 buy-in tournament was shipped by an anonymous player ‘betbetfold’ who took home ₹4,13,985 in prize money.
The runner-up of this tournament was yet another mysterious player ‘guruji77’ who cashed ₹2,60,832. The advertised guarantee was surpassed by a slight margin and a final prize pool of ₹21,45,000 was formed.
The Mint tournament on Adda52 was shipped by Anurag Srivastava aka ‘NormanBates’ who received a pay cheque of ₹3,87,590. The runner-up of this tournament is an anonymous player ‘SpiritFish’ who won ₹2,29,390 in prize money.
This ₹3,850 buy-in tournament had 49 entries in total. The advertised guarantee of ₹15 Lakh was surpassed and the final prize pool stood at ₹15,82,000.
The Endeavour tournament on PokerBaazi was a ₹12 Lakh GTD tournament. This event was crushed by a huge margin and a new prize pool of ₹15,09,000 was formed. This tournament was a ₹3,850 buy-in event and the top 54 players were paid a min-cash of ₹6,939. This tournament had 431 entries in total.
The Endeavour was shipped by Amit Kaushik aka ‘quark’ who received ₹3,03,000 in prize money. The runner-up of this tournament was none other than poker pro Gokul Raj aka ‘Nygma’ won ₹2,13,000.
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