Poker fanatics in the country have plenty of online tournaments to boost their bankrolls and once again, Spartan Poker hosted the biggest guarantee tournament SSS #33 Mega Stack INR 30L GTD. Other platforms like Adda52 and PokerStars’ Tuesday marquee events offered INR 10L GTD. So, keep reading to find out the titleholders of last night…
SSS #33 Mega Stack
Spartan Poker’s headlining tournament SSS #33 Mega Stack INR 30 Lakh GTD attracted a massive field of 969 entries after each one paid INR 3,300. The top 95 finishers made into the money, securing a min-cash of INR 8K, a share from the final prize pool. At 3:41 am, the last man standing was Siddhanth Kripalani aka ‘sidstack’ who knocked out Myron Pereira aka ‘mehhhhh’ in heads-up and added the first-place prize money while Pereira banked the second place payout.
At 9:30 pm Spartan Poker hosted SSS #34 The Race INR 10 Lakh GTD which garnered a total of 730 runners. The buy-in to the tournament was INR 1,650 which led to the creation of INR 10.95 Lakh in prize pool. The top 63 players walked out with a min-cash but the only one to grab the largest chunk of the same was Sagar Patnaik aka ‘$tuTheKidUngar’ who eliminated Aman Kejriwal aka ‘alwaysriver’ in heads-up and clinched to the cash prize.
Online reg Sanat Mehrotra aka ‘mehro2511’ triumphed Hitman INR 10 Lakh GTD on Adda52 last night. The champion outlasted a field of 314 entries which generated a slightly bigger prize pool and the top 34 places earned a min-cash. Eliminating ‘4AcesClub’ in heads-up, Mehrotra pocketed the first-place prize money of INR 2.5 Lakh along with 6 bounties on his way while his opponent secured INR 1.52 and settled in the runner-up position.
PokerStars’ Tuesday flagship tourney Sixth Sense INR 10 Lakh GTD pulled out a field of 312 entries for a buy-in of INR 3,300. The final prize pool was distributed among the top 59 finishers, adding INR 5,375 to their bankroll. Riding past the field to grab INR 1.78 Lakh in prize money was online reg Ankit Saxena aka ‘Bhoochal’ who railed out Anirban Das aka ‘nocluewho’ in heads-up and secured the winner’s title. Das banked the second place payout of INR 1.26 Lakh.
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