The action in the World Poker Tour (WPT) events is becoming bigger and bigger day by day. The tournaments are offering massive prizes. If hefty cash prizes and accolades are on your mind then you should definitely give WPT a shot. Three high-value tournaments were conducted yesterday. Online regs Rishab Malik, Ankit Wadhawan, and Myron Periera clinched winning titles. Keep further to know more about all the action that unfolded yesterday on the online felts of Adda52.
This tournament had a massive 805 entries. Rishab Malik aka ‘Rish1994’ nailed this event for ₹5,03,125. The runner-up was Ranjeet Negi aka ‘rj147’ who cashed ₹2,70,681 in prize money. The advertised guarantee of ₹20 Lakh was surpassed and the final prize pool stood at ₹20,12,512.
Ankit Wadhawan aka ‘d00mtr00p3r’ shipped the WPT Deepstack tournament. Wadhawan traversed to the top and received a pay cheque of ₹4,43,400. The runner-up was a lawyer turned poker pro Ashish Ahuja aka ‘rocky3705.’ Ahuja had a pay day of ₹2,64,275. The advertised guarantee of this event was surpassed and the final prize pool stood at ₹17,05,006. The top 27 players made it in the money in this ₹7,500 buy-in event. A min-cash of ₹15,345 was at this tourney.
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True to its name, the ₹1,800 buy-in Moonlight tournament started at 11 PM last night. This event had 342 entries in total and 34 players made it in the money. The min-cash stood at ₹4,200. This tournament was shipped by poker pro Myron Pereira aka ‘zzzzz369’ who cashed ₹1,50,000 in prize money. Pereira was followed by Devrat Singh aka ‘vickypune’ who added ₹90,900 to his bankroll.
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