Tuesday night across the Indian poker platform hosted a number of events. Once again, Spartan Poker was leading the charge with Mega Stack INR 20L GTD, PokerBaazi hosted The Endeavour INR 15L GTD, Hitman INR 7.5L GTD on Adda52 and PokerStars’ Sixth Sense INR 10L GTD. So, keep reading to find out the titleholders and big winners of the night!
Spartan Poker’s Tuesday headlining event Mega Stack INR 20 Lakh GTD attracted a field of 708 runners after each one paid INR 3,300. This number was enough to surpass the advertised guarantee and generate INR 21.24 Lakh prize pool which was shared among the top 71 places. Riding past the field was an anonymous player ‘Tiger10’ who seized the winner’s title and first-place prize money after railing out ‘whateverhaha’ in heads-up.
After paying a buy-in of INR 1,650 a total of 487 hopefuls joined the field of The Race INR 7.5 Lakh GTD on Spartan Poker. The tournament began at 9:30 pm and gradually collected the final prize pool which was shared among the top 39 spots. Taking away the largest portion of the same was ‘DONKAKING’ who captured the cash prize while his opponent Vishnu Khandelwal aka ‘violator’ settled in the runner-up position.
A total of 465 entrants pounced on the field of The Endeavour INR 15 Lakhs GTD on PokerBaazi. Each entry paid INR 3,850 and eventually INR 16.27 Lakh was collected in prize pool. After 7+ hours of intense grinding, ‘SharkTank’ came out on top and added INR 3.27 Lakh in cash prize defeating his opponent Neeraj Bajaj aka ‘neeraj2828’ in heads-up who settled in the second place for INR 2.29 Lakh.
Adda52 hosted Hitman INR 7.5 Lakh GTD which caught the attention of a pretty good field of 233 entries. The last man standing was circuit reg Gaurav Sood aka ‘gauarvarod’ who concluded the tournament after an outstanding performance and eliminated ‘VictoriaSecret’ in heads-up to claim a cash prize of INR 2.05 Lakh.
Making a few deep runs lately, Aman Parakh aka ‘karmapoker’ crushed Hexagram INR 3 Lakh GTD on Adda52 last night. Parakh outlasted a field of 158 entries and clinched to INR 88,480 in prize money for his victory after knocking out ‘ankitjain05’ in heads-up. However, his opponent earned the second place payout of INR 55K.
PokerStars’ Sixth Sense INR 10 Lakhs GTD garnered a field of 325 entries after each paid INR 3,300. Eventually, money reached the top 59 spots and well-known circuit grinder Sagar Choudhury aka ‘sagarpupull’ seized the cash prize and the title after eliminating Neeraj Kumar aka ‘SelfClaimedPro’ in heads-up. Choudhury earned INR 1.78 Lakh while Kumar ended up with INR 1.26 Lakh for his efforts.
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