Day 4 of the IndiaPlays Micro Poker League (IMPL) had players battling it out for the top spot in the Pot-Limit Omaha (PLO) Bounty event. The event finally has a winner. Let us take a look at who it is.
This PLO5 Bounty tournament was hosted at 8 PM on IndiaPlays Poker. The total number of entries in this PLO5 event were 95. The top 20 places were paid and the min-cash stood at ₹750. The winner of this tourney was Veerendra Chader who added a title to his credit. The 50K PLO5 Bounty champ took home a prize money worth ₹13,850. The runner-up was a player called ‘Victoriya’ ₹8,750. The ₹330 tournament was a success and many players grabbed a piece of that enticing prize pool.
Talking about the IMPL promotion by IndiaPlays Poker, this event offers ₹35 Lakh GTD across 103 tournaments. The Main Event of this poker series comes with an unbelievable buy-in of just ₹1. Yes folks! You read that correctly. This is not a false report. IndiaPlays’ IMPL does offer a buy-in of as low as ₹1. Imagine playing for 15 Lakh GTD Main Event and all you had to pay is ₹1. But wait there’s more!
This incredible poker series offers a 50% discount on all Wednesday tournaments which means if you sign up and grind in IndiaPlays’ IMPL you will pay only half the amount in buy-in on all Wednesday events. If this is not a definition of a blockbuster promotion then we don’t know what is.
If you are interested in winning attractive prize money with the lowest buy-ins possible then head straight to IndiaPlays Micro Poker League. Remember to sign up via Gutshot Magazine. As a Gutshot Magazine player you will get access to all the exclusive offers we have in store like freerolls, bonuses, cashbacks and much more.
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