Let’s take a tour of Tuesday night across the major sites in the country and check out the titleholders taking home bundles of cash prizes. Spartan Poker as always was leading the day with Grand Poker Series (GPS) #10 Mega Stack INR 22L GTD. Other headlining tournament included Adda52’s Hitman and PokerStars’ Sixth Sense. Keep reading to find out more…
A total of 785 runners logged in to Tuesday flagship event GPS #10 Mega Stack INR 22 Lakh GTD on Spartan Poker and money reached the top 79 places. Generating a bigger prize pool of INR 23.82 Lakh whose largest chunk was taken away by ‘Nedstark1291’ while his opponent ‘avneed’ clinched to the second-place payout.
Another major attraction on Day 2 of GPS on Spartan Poker was Event #11 The Race INR 8 Lakh GTD which garnered 644 entries for a buy-in of INR 1,650. Top 55 players walked out with INR 4.7K in min-cash. Powering through the field to claim the first-place prize money was ‘star.pkr95’ while April’s SSS Millionaire Parikshit Dhall aka ‘zapdos1311’ settled in the runner-up position.
At 9 pm last night, PokerBaazi hosted Tuesday MonsterStack INR 3 Lakh GTD which pulled out 164 entries for a buy-in of INR 2,200. The advertised guarantee was slightly surpassed and the top 21 places earned a share from INR 3.28 Lakh prize pool. Coming out on top was Rohan Soman aka ‘AnshAA’ who knocked out Pranav Desai aka ‘GarviGujarat’ in heads-up for INR 81.57K while Desai banked INR 57.17K.
A total of 268 hopefuls took their seats in Adda52‘s Hitman INR 7.5 Lakh GTD last night that surpassed the guarantee to create INR 8.57 Lakh in prize pool. Eventually, the last man standing was ‘ankitmodi’ who captured the title along with the cash prize of INR 2.22 Lakh and collected 11 bounties on his way after eliminating ‘Charsilaladka’ in heads-up for INR 1.32 Lakh.
PokerStars hosted Sixth Sense INR 10 Lakh GTD that displayed a buy-in of INR 3,300 attracting 329 entries. Locking at least INR 5K as minimum cash the top 59 places finished in the money. Triumphing the day to claim the Tuesday title, Vaibhav Sharma aka ‘GTO_LIFE_GG’ topped the field after the players settled for a heads-up deal that saw well-known circuit grinder Kunal Patni aka ‘iAlwaysHaveit’ in the second place. The former earned INR 1.73 Lakh while Patni took home INR 1.32 Lakh.
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