The online poker felts captured the Wednesday vibes in the truest sense. With the Millionaire Series on Spartan Poker offering some of the most exciting tournaments, Adda52 and PokerBaazi also had some high-value tourneys for their players. As the top players were seen grinding hard, the amateurs and newer players were not far behind. Let’s do a recap of the action of the night:
Adda52’s Maverick tourney witnessed 527 entries battling it out for the top spots. However, only the top 55 places made it in the money, and the min-cash stood at ₹5,250.
Adda52 Nano Highroller winner Deepak Singh aka ‘Peacelover’ shipped the tourney and added ₹3,90,000 to his bankroll. Rumit Khade aka ‘rumit18’ finished second for ₹2,21,250.
Vikranth Varma (7th, ₹41,250), Aman Parakh (18th, ₹12,000), Sanat Mehrotra (26th, ₹8,250), Aniket Waghmare (28th, ₹7,500), Kanchan Sharma (37th, ₹6,750), Gutshot’s June 2021 e-magazine cover star Siddhanth Kapoor (38th, ₹6,750), FTS 3.0 Main Event champion Ankit Wadhawan (42nd, 6,000₹) and Armaan Kochhar (51st, ₹5,250) were some players who made it in the money at this tourney.
PokerBaazi’s The Pride was an action-packed event at which the advertised guarantee was surpassed to generate a final prize pool of ₹10,88,000. Out of the 311 entries at this tourney, the top 36 places finished in the money as the min-cash stood at ₹7,400.
Mystery player ‘Jp19’ topped the table and cashed ₹2,40,000 in prize money. At the runner-up spot, Shubham Mahapatra aka ‘Aurangzeb_9’ pocketed ₹1,69,000.
Players like Ashish Ahuja (5th, ₹60,300), Siddharth Kadel (25th, ₹8,490), Aman Parakh (28th, ₹7,400), Sahil Mahboobani (30th, ₹7,400), Amar Iyer (33rd, ₹7,400) and Sanat Mehrotra (34th, ₹7,400) also cashed at this tourney. Rubin Labroo (41st), Ritwik Khanna (43rd), Ankit Wadhawan (47th), Manish Lakhotia (53rd), Abhimanyu Mittal (56th), Kanchan Sharma (59th), Anmol Mehta (62nd) and Myron Periera (65th) were some players who left this tourney empty-handed.
The Millionaire series on Spartan Poker has been going on in full swing. The Monster Stack tournament of the series was the biggest tournament of the night. The tourney witnessed 632 entries, out of which the top 60 places enjoyed a portion of the prize pool. The min-cash at this event stood at ₹16,000.
IOPC July 2020 Main Event winner Harshit Sanghi aka ‘PokerinOlympics’ shipped this event and laughed his way to the bank with ₹1 million. Amar Mehta aka ‘Laughing Buddha’ finished at the runner-up spot and walked away with ₹7,63,666.
Millionaire Series #14 tourney was also one of the most exciting tourneys of the night. The event witnessed 790 entries battling for the top spots. The top 71 places finished in the money as the min-cash stood at ₹3,230.
FTS 2.0 Main Event winner Siddharth Karia and Arpit Jain aka ‘Bilbo_Bagins’ ended the tourney in a deal. While Karia took the top spot for ₹99,906, Jain took the runner-up spot for ₹92,372.
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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