As the Final Table Series (FTS) 3.0 continues to rock the virtual felts of Spartan Poker; PokerHigh and BLITZPOKER, also continue to blaze with high-value series. India Championship of Online Poker (ICOOP) on PokerStars witnessed some intense action and power-packed gameplays. Let’s do a quick recap of Tuesday night:
This tourney witnessed 267 entries smashing the virtual felts of PokerStars. The top 35 places made it in money in this ₹3,300 buy-in event. The min-cash stood at ₹8,384.
Harsh Dembla aka ‘kakori kabab’ shipped the tourney with three re-entries, as he added ₹1,90,876 to his bankroll. Ashutosh Balodhi aka ‘Msnugget’ who re-entered twice, finished at the runner-up spot for ₹1,41,484.
Ashish Ahuja finished at the fourth spot for ₹77,736, Vishnu Khandelwal finished fifth for ₹57,620, Vishal Bajaj finished sixth for ₹42,710, Vinay Rajpal finished 21st for ₹10,580, Manish Lakhotia, Nitin Arora and Ankit Wadhawan finished in the 30th, 31st and 35th spot respectively, earning the min cash amount of Rs.8384.
IOPC January 2021 Main Event winner Laksh Pal Singh bubbled at this tourney (36th). Other players who got busted without any money included Sanish Chhabra (46th), Kunal Patni (47th), Tanmay Benara (56th) and Armaan Kochhar (67th).
This event was one of the biggest tourneys of the night. The event which featured a buy-in of ₹11,000 paid the top 17 places and the min-cash stood at ₹12,964.
Anurag Srivastava aka ‘GutshotHaiBro’ and WSOP bracelet winner Kartik Ved aka ‘TheInternetKid’ spilt the pot as Srivastava took home ₹1,46,383 and Ved walked away with ₹1,46,382.
Ankit Wadhawan finished at the fifth spot for ₹59,990, Vinay Rajpal finished eighth for ₹28,117 and Vishal Bajaj finished 16th for ₹12,964. Vishnu Khandelwal bubbled at this tourney at the 18th place.
Players like Laksh Pal Singh (31st), Mithun Mahesh (36th), Kunal Patni (41st), Armaan Kochhar (43rd) and INCOOP-06 winner Harsh Dembla (51st) busted without making any money at this tourney.
The Endeavour on PokerBaazi witnessed some of the top pros battling it out for the top spots. The top 36 places out of the 335 entries made it in the money as the min-cash stood at ₹8,160. Mystery players ‘Flippopotamus’ and ‘RabDaKutta’ ended the tourney in a two-way deal as they took home ₹1,94,000 and ₹1,92,000 respectively.
Ram Kakkar finished at 5th place for ₹66,480. Ashish Munot, who also shipped FTS 3.0 Double Stack tourney on Spartan Poker yesterday, finished at the 11th spot for ₹19,320 at this tourney. Mithun Mahesh busted at the 15th place for ₹15,840, Mohammad Azhar finished 17th for ₹13,560 and two-time IOPC leaderboard winner Bhanu Prakash finished 33rd for ₹8,160 at this tourney.
Manish Lakhotia with five re-entries (42nd), Myron Pereira with five re-entries (47th), Shashank Desai (51st), IOPC January 2021 Main Event winner Laksh Pal Singh (55th), Sanat Mehrotra (56th), Arjanveer Singh Chadha (63rd), Ritwik Khanna (67th) and Sanish Chhabra (70th) busted at this tourney without making any money.
Adda52’s staple The Mint was as usual a star-studded affair. The tourney witnessed 387 entries battling it out for the top spots. The top 43 places were paid and the min-cash stood at ₹7,700. Anonymous player ‘Betoo’ shipped this tourney for ₹3,47,200. Abhijeet Kumar aka ‘2abhisingh’ finished second for ₹2,10,000.
Other players who made in the money included Sanish Chhabra at the fifth place for ₹72,800, Manish Lakhotia at the seventh spot for ₹38,500, Anmol Mehta at the 11th place for ₹17,500, Ram Kakkar at the 27th spot for ₹10,500, Vishal Bajaj at the 29th spot for ₹9,100, Sanat Mehrotra at the 34th spot for ₹9,100, Gutshot’s June 2021 e-magazine cover star Siddhanth Kapoor at the 37th spot for ₹7,700 and Gutshot’s January 2021 e-magazine cover star Gaurav Sood at the 40th spot for ₹7,700.
Amarylisa Gonsalves is a Content Writer at Gutshot Magazine. Advancing from a marketing background, she found her calling in writing. She takes delight in exploring genres and is a curious learner. Patient and ambivert, she believes in letting her work speak for itself. Apart from content writing, she finds solace in writing poetry by manifesting herself through words. Additionally, she adores indulging in drawing and DIY crafts.
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