With a continuous barrage of tournaments, the action on the online felts did not slow down even on Wednesday night. Eager players joined their peers for a high-energy run on poker platforms like Spartan Poker, PokerBaazi, Add52, and PokerStars India. A lot went down on Wednesday night, so here is a full report on it.
Spartan Poker’s Destiny tournament was among the biggest high value tournaments on Wednesday. Drawing in 433 total entries to its fold, the ₹5,500 buy-in event was a challenging tournament for many players. The top 40 entries made the money. The min-cash stood at ₹13,800.
IOPC July 2021 Saturday Prime winner Nitesh Katiyar aka ‘KATIYAR11’ grabbed the title spot after a deal with Haider Madraswala aka ‘Callmebabe.’ Katiyar added ₹5,62,421 to his kitty while Madraswala took home ₹4,26,578 as his reward.
There were a total of 592 entries that blazed through the Maverick tournament on Adda52. This marquee tournament on the platform had a ₹2,500 buy-in and an advertised guarantee of ₹15,00,000. Here, the top 63 places were paid and the min-cash given for the event was ₹3,750.
Towards the end, the battlefield of 592 players simmered down to two mystery players ‘arushiagarwal’ and ‘hopster99.’ The tournament was ultimately shipped by ‘arushiagarwal’ who received a prize money of ₹3,09,559. This meant player ‘hopster99’ was the runner up and won ₹2,90,441 as prize money.
As usual, PokerBaazi’s The Pride managed to host another successful run with a total of 304 entries joining the action. This also resulted in the initial guarantee being surpassed with the final prize pool recorded as ₹10,64,000. Out of the sea of players, the top 36 finished in the money. The min-cash paid at this event was ₹7,235.
The lion’s share of the prize pool was won by player ‘duecesftw’ after he clinched the title spot. ‘duecesftw’ added a prize money of ₹2,04,000 to his bankroll. Online reg Harsh Dembla aka ‘100crdream’ was the runner up and walked away with ₹1,96,000 in winnings.
The grind on PokerStars did not cease as the platform hosted its Night on Stars tournament. The ₹1,950 buy-in event was attended by 230 total entries. But in the end only the top 27 places were paid. The min-cash given in the event was ₹5,625.
Mystery player ‘The Annihilator’ stormed the felts and came out victorious with winnings worth ₹96,613. Dhaval Doshi aka ‘D1D1D’ was the runner up with ₹74,240 in prize money.
Donna Amo is a writer at Gutshot Magazine. She is a graduate from Sophia College of Women, Mumbai with a degree in English Literature. When this October born foodie is not writing content or poetry, she spends her time laughing at memes or watching series. Based out of Mizoram, she is drawn to all things nature and has a soft spot for puppies.
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