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Daily Majors: Ayush Garg, Ayaz Khan, Shagun Jain & Sreekanth Narayan Slay the Thursday Flagships

DM COVER 19-6-20
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It was a ‘Thrilla Thursday,’ and the domestic platforms played host to numerous high-value MTT`s. Here is a quick recap of all that went down yesterday.

Spartan Poker

The Thursday head-turner on Spartan Poker, the ₹20 Lakhs GTD Ultron, saw 624 contenders (302 unique, 111 re-entries and 211 re-buys) pony-up the ₹4,400 entry fees that helped crush the posted guarantee to smithereens. The top 55 places earned a piece of the ₹24.96 Lakhs prize pool. In the end, the two big winners on the site, ‘Buddy25’ and ‘GoldSpot’ collided in the heads-up battle with the former coming out on top to win ₹4.84 Lakhs. ‘GoldSpot’ collected ₹3.07 Lakhs for the runner-up finish. Arjun ‘lol this guy’ Pasricha, who had won this event last Thursday, finished third for ₹2.21 Lakhs. This former Millionaire champion is the biggest winner on Spartan Poker this year and is closing in on ₹1 Crore in profits.

Adda52

The Adda52 Online Poker Series (AOPS) continues unabated. Last night, the ₹30 Lakhs GTD AOPS Godfather, logged in an extended 728-entry field (368 unique and 360 re-entries), striding comfortably past the break-even mark to generate ₹36.40 Lakhs in prize money. Championing the event was Ayush ‘lazyman’ Garg, who took home his most massive online score to date worth ₹8.01 Lakhs after defeating ‘badbeat4’ (runner-up for ₹5.16 Lakhs) heads-up. Garg has crossed the ₹2 Crore-mark in lifetime recorded earnings after the win!

The other headliner of the day, ₹30 Lakhs GTD AOPS Super Game, garnered a guarantee crushing ₹36.18 Lakhs in prize pool on the back of a field of 268 entries (145 unique entries and 123 re-entries). The field whittled down to a heads-up clash between Ayaz ‘khan1977’ Khan and ‘vinaysk.’ After a deal, Khan claimed the title and ₹7.88 Lakhs cash prize while ‘vinaysk’ collected ₹7.58 Lakhs.

The other featured attraction of the day was the ₹1 Crore GTD AOPS Full House. Day 1A of the multi-flight tourney attracted 241 entries (161 unique and 80 re-entries), and only 28 runners made the cut for Day 2. Bagging the most massive stack at the end of the flight was none other than the #1 ranked player this month, Sanat ‘mehro2511’ Mehrotra (269,495). Aditya ‘eatingseeds’ Degala (259,489) and PokerGuru Ambassador Kartik ‘Pegasus1505’ Ved (228,447) rounded out the top three stacks at the end of Day 1A.

The site’s ₹5 Lakhs GTD AOPS Brunch was taken down by Induprakash ‘supee’ Mishra, who cut a heads-up deal with ‘flopmania’ (runner-up for ₹86,447) to win ₹1.14 Lakhs.

PokerBaazi

PokerBaazi’s Thursday flagship, the ₹20 Lakhs GTD The Summit, gathered a crowd of 323 entrants (155 unique and 168 re-entries) to create the guarantee smashing ₹24.23 Lakhs prize pool. The last player standing in the tourney was the Game Changer 2.0 champion Shagun ‘sogani22’ Jain, who banked ₹5.35 Lakhs top prize – crossing ₹2 Crores in online recorded cashes! The ‘2020 India Poker ChampionRubin ‘kornkid’ Labroo placed runner-up for ₹3.75 Lakhs while Guruprasad ‘fish_calling’ Gupta finished 3rd for ₹2.42 Lakhs.

The ₹5 Lakhs GTD Grinders Thursday MonsterStack was taken down by Rishabh ‘rgeader’ Gupta for ₹1.34 Lakhs. MTT reg Ritwik ‘Ritwikkhanna’ Khanna finished runner-up for ₹94,110.

PokerStars India

The ₹15 Lakhs GTD Highroller clocked in 227 entries (138 unique and 89 re-entries), and each of them ponied up the ₹7,700 buy-in to generate ₹15.89 Lakhs in the prize pool. Former Millionaire LITE champion Sreekanth ‘LaganaHiToHai’ Narayan ran past them all and defeated Vaibhav ‘vaibsss’ Bhatia (runner-up for ₹2.26 Lakhs) heads-up to bank the top prize worth ₹3.06 Lakhs. With this victory, Narayan has reached ₹1.75 Crores in recorded online cashes.

The other flagship tourney on the site, the ₹5 Lakhs GTD Micro KO Battle Royale, was taken down by online regular Pranav ‘pkpok13’ Khandalkar who beat ‘mohitg16’ (runner-up for ₹59,592) heads-up to win ₹1.34 Lakhs.

PokerGuru Ambassador Ashish Munot was among the standout players on Thursday. He FT’ed two marquee tourneys, PokerStars India`s Highroller (7th for ₹49,364) and PokerBaazi’s The Summit (9th for ₹53,540). His teammate Laksh Pal Singh did even better, finishing third in Highroller for 1.66 Lakhs and seventh in The Summit for ₹89,150.

Young Gun Gaurav Sood was another top reg who featured on two FT’s yesterday. Sood finished fifth in The Summit for 1.34 Lakhs and stood ninth in PokerStars India`s Highroller for ₹31,187. If that was not enough, Sood featured among the top 10 stacks at the end of Day 1A of the AOPS Full House and will return for Day 2 with 208,176 in chips.

The other Thursday winners were:

PlayerPrize MoneyEventPoker Site
vishal4572₹81,885AOPS Afterparty PKO ₹3 Lakhs GTDAdda52
Goonjan 'gmtesting' Mall₹69,967AOPS Siesta ₹3 Lakhs GTDAdda52
Pocroft₹67,500 Pocket Whopper ₹3 Lakhs GTDPocket52
Karan ‘99ayka99’ Jain₹60,000DPKO Event #3 ₹3 Lakhs GTDPoker Dangal
Theprofessor83₹58,163Night Rider - DeepStack Turbo ₹2.75 Lakhs GTDSpartan Poker
Pathfinder₹58,067Monster Stack ₹3 Lakhs GTDSpartan Poker
Thunderbolt007 ₹47,528AOPS Dusk ₹2.5 Lakhs GTDAdda52
pokpom1₹43,448MICRO KO – 40 Ultrasonic ₹2 Lakhs GTDPokerStars India
darkenergy₹37,500 Pocket Lunch ₹1.5 Lakhs GTDPocket52
Devloper₹12,900Hitman ₹30K GTD PLOKhelo365
harshak124₹6,800Grinder 2.0 ₹20K GTD NLHEKhelo365

AOPS Full House 1 Crore GTD Day 1A – Adda52

Buy-in – ₹5,500

Entries – 161

Re-entries – 80

Survivors – 28

The multi-flight ₹1 Crore GTD AOPS Full House kicked-off yesterday with its first starting flight, Day 1A. A player pool of 241 entries (161 unique and 80 re-entries) paid up the ₹5,500 buy-in; however, only 28 runners made the cut for Day 2.

Headlining the list of Day 1A survivors was Sanat ‘mehro2511’ Mehrotra with a stack of 269,495. Mehrotra is closely followed by Aditya ‘eatingseeds’ Degala (259,489) and PokerGuru Ambassador Kartik ‘Pegasus1505’ Ved (228,447) to round out the top three stacks.

Other notables who were among the top 10 stacks included Young Gun Gaurav ‘gauravarod’ Sood (208,176), Rahul ‘lucky_bastered’ Mech (192,030), and Abhishek ‘pomfret1989’ Goindi (150,419).

Hitesh ‘buntai’ Batra (139,508), Harsh ‘BuddhaBhikari’ Dembla (137,297), Vivek ‘ikkvr’ Rughani (125,244), Dhaval ‘dirtyzoso’ Mudgal (122,177), PokerGuru Ambassador Ankit ‘d00mtr00p3r’ Wadhawan (100,767), Rajesh ‘phanthom’ Singh (94,990), Praveen ‘PK786’ Gattani (89,325), Sikander ‘soundfsilenz’ Rajwade (76,922), Siddarth ‘badtameez_donk’ Singhvi (72,862), Rohan ‘rohan142’ Soman (72,749), Sagar ‘passivity’ Patnaik (70,219), Pranay ‘setmeup’ Chawla (61,752), Kanchan ‘thandicoke’ Sharma (55,149), and Sreekanth ‘n0thing’ Narayan (49,818), were others who made Day 2.

Sanat Mehrotra
Sanat Mehrotra

 

Top 10 Chip Counts at the End of Day 1A

  1. Sanat ‘mehro2511’ Mehrotra – 269,495
  2. Aditya ‘eatingseeds’ Degala – 259,489
  3. Kartik ‘Pegasus1505’ Ved – 228,447
  4. ankushabc5 – 216,567
  5. Gaurav ‘gauravarod’ Sood – 208,176
  6. Rahul ‘lucky_bastered’ Mech – 192,030
  7. evrgreen70 – 187,540
  8. DADDY5050 – 186,630
  9. AoS – 185,362
  10. Abhishek ‘pomfret1989’ Goindi – 150,419

 

AOPS Godfather 30 Lakhs GTD – Adda52

Buy-in – ₹5,500

Entries – 368

Re-entries – 360

Prize Pool – ₹36,40,000

Places Paid – 82

With a money-spinning guarantee of ₹30 Lakhs, the AOPS Godfather on Adda52 was certainly a crowd puller yesterday. Gathering 728 participants (368 unique and 360 re-entries), the tourney leaped past its advertised guarantee, generating a ₹36.40 Lakhs prize pool at the end of the late registration period.

Topping the event was Ayush ‘lazyman’ Garg, who took home his most massive online score to date worth ₹8.01 Lakhs after defeating ‘badbeat4’ (runner-up for ₹5.16 Lakhs) heads-up. Garg has crossed the ₹2 Crore-mark in lifetime recorded earnings after the win!

The reg-infested final table comprised of heavy-weights like Shashank ‘felter’ Jain (3rd for ₹3.28 Lakhs), Sanish ‘sanish21’ Chhabra (4th for ₹2.48 Lakhs), Anish ‘kidpoker113’ Suri (5th for ₹1.73 Lakhs), Kunal ‘kunalpatni’ Patni (6th for ₹1.20 Lakhs), and Smita ‘coconik’ Agarwalla (7th for ₹91,000).

Ayush Garg
Ayush Garg

 

Final Table Results

  1. Ayush ‘lazyman’ Garg – ₹8,01,364
  2. badbeat4 – ₹5,16,316
  3. Shashank ‘felter’ Jain – ₹3,27,600
  4. Sanish ‘sanish21’ Chhabra – ₹2,47,520
  5. Anish ‘kidpoker113’ Suri – ₹1,72,900
  6. Kunal ‘kunalpatni’ Patni – ₹1,19,756
  7. Smita ‘coconik’ Agarwalla – ₹91,000
  8. abhiraja – ₹69,160
  9. sagar54 – ₹54,600

 

AOPS Super Game 30 Lakhs GTD – Adda52

Buy-in – ₹15,000

Entries – 145

Re-entries – 123

Prize Pool – ₹36,18,000

Places Paid – 27

The big-budget tourney of the day, the AOPS Super Game, required a substantial buy-in of ₹15,000 to be paid by all interested players to join. A field of 268 contenders (145 unique and 123 re-entries) meant that the prize pool guarantee of ₹30 Lakhs was shattered, collecting ₹36.18 Lakhs in the prize pool kitty.

The field whittled down to a heads-up clash between Ayaz ‘khan1977’ Khan and ‘vinaysk.’ After a deal, Khan claimed the title and ₹7.88 Lakhs cash prize while ‘vinaysk’ collected ₹7.58 Lakhs. Khan also final tabled the AOPS Brunch yesterday. He finished 7th for ₹15,000.

Deepak ‘bothras’ Bothra (3rd for ₹4.34, Lakhs), Harshad ‘laiibhari’ Barve (4th for ₹3.17 Lakhs), Sumit ‘hammer_head’ Sapra (5th for ₹2.17 Lakhs), Naresh ‘fireexit’ Rathnam (6th for ₹1.54 Lakhs), and Vaibhav ‘alienrobot’ Sharma (7th for ₹1.18 Lakhs) rounded out the big names on the FT.

Ayaz Khan
Ayaz Khan

 

Final Table Results

  1. Ayaz ‘khan1977’ Khan – ₹7,88,116*
  2. vinaysk – ₹7,58,579*
  3. Deepak ‘bothras’ Bothra – ₹4,34,160
  4. Harshad ‘laiibhari’ Barve – ₹3,16,575
  5. Sumit ‘hammer_head’ Sapra – ₹2,17,080
  6. Naresh ‘fireexit’ Rathnam – ₹1,53,765
  7. Vaibhav ‘alienrobot’ Sharma – ₹1,17,585
  8. sha25786 – ₹90,450
  9. funky_srs – ₹72,360
    *denotes heads-up deal

 

The Summit 20 Lakhs GTD – PokerBaazi

Buy-in – ₹8,250

Entries – 155

Re-entries – 168

Prize Pool – ₹24,23,000

Places Paid – 36

Topping a field of 323 entries, young talent Shagun ‘sogani22’ Jain captured The Summit ₹20 Lakhs GTD title on PokerBaazi for ₹5.35 Lakhs. Jain defeated seasoned pro Rubin ‘kornkid’ Labroo (2nd for ₹3.75 Lakhs) heads-up on his way to the top.

The event created a gala prize pool of ₹24.23 Lakhs that was shared among 36 players.

Others who ran deep in the event included Guruprasad ‘fish_calling’ Gupta (3rd for ₹2.42 Lakhs), Young Gun Gaurav ‘gaug17’ Sood (5th for ₹1.34 Lakhs), and PokerGuru Ambassador`s Laksh Pal ‘boomtlt23’ Singh (7th for ₹89,150), Vivek ‘Nutpeddling729’ Singh (8th for ₹71,460), and Ashish ‘OMG_spew’ Munot (9th for ₹53,540).

Shagun Jain
Shagun Jain

 

Final Table Results

  1. Shagun ‘sogani22’ Jain – ₹5,35,000
  2. Rubin ‘kornkid’ Labroo – ₹3,75,000
  3. Guruprasad ‘fish_calling’ Gupta – ₹2,42,000
  4. Anujpanchal – ₹1,79,000
  5. Gaurav ‘gaug17’ Sood – ₹1,34,000
  6. tarun121284 – ₹1,07,000
  7. Laksh Pal ‘boomtlt23’ Singh – ₹89,150
  8. Vivek ‘Nutpeddling729’ Singh – ₹71,460
  9. Ashish ‘OMG_spew’ Munot – ₹53,540

 

Ultron 20 Lakhs GTD – Spartan Poker

Buy-in – ₹4,400

Entries – 302

Re-entries – 111

Re-buys – 211

Prize Pool – ₹24,96,000

Places Paid – 55

Stealing the thunder last night was Spartan Poker’s Ultron that boasted of a ₹20 Lakhs GTD. Sporting a ₹4,400 buy-in, the event collected a guarantee-smashing ₹24.96 Lakhs prize pool, through 624 entries, that was distributed among the top 55 finishers.

The fight for the title took place between ‘Buddy25’ and ‘GoldSpot,’ and in the end, the former emerged victorious, banking ₹4.84 Lakhs in the top prize. The latter finished runner-up for ₹3.07 Lakhs.

Former Millionaire champion Arjun ‘lol this guy’ Pasricha, who had shipped this very event for ₹4.35 Lakhs last week, fell two spots of claiming back-to-back titles, finishing third for ₹2.21 Lakhs.

Dhaval ‘MandirYahinBanayenge’ Mudgal (4th for ₹1.79 Lakhs) and Pradyumna ‘vedant95’ Poddar (6th for ₹1.09 Lakhs), secured final table scores.

Final Table Results

  1. Buddy25 – ₹4,84,224
  2. GoldSpot – ₹3,07,008
  3. Arjun ‘lol this guy’ Pasricha – ₹2,21,894
  4. Dhaval ‘MandirYahinBanayenge’ Mudgal – ₹1,79,462
  5. rakecity – ₹1,42,022
  6. Pradyumna ‘vedant95’ Poddar – ₹1,09,324
  7. ephemeral – ₹81,369
  8. AthenaVolt – ₹58,906
  9. Maze Runner – ₹47,674

 

Highroller 15 Lakhs GTD – PokerStars India

Buy-in – ₹7,700

Entries- 138

Re-entries – 89

Prize Pool – ₹15,89,000

Places Paid – 39

The ₹7,700 buy-in Highroller ₹15 Lakhs GTD attracted 227 entries (138 unique and 89 re-entries) to ride past its posted guarantee and collect a ₹15.89 Lakhs prize pool.

Circuit regular Sreekanth ‘LaganaHiToHai’ Narayan won a hard-fought battle against a reg-infested final table and defeated his heads-up rival Vaibhav ‘vaibsss’ Bhatia (runner-up for ₹2.26 Lakhs) to snag the title for a ₹3.06 Lakhs payday.

PokerGuru Ambassador Laksh Pal ‘B00MTilt23’ Singh (3rd for ₹1.66 Lakhs), Vaibhav ‘GTO_LIFE_GG’ Sharma (5th for ₹90,737), PokerGuru Ambassador Ashish ‘chipcharity999’ Munot (7th for ₹49,364) and Young Gun Gaurav ‘3betPanda’ Sood (9th for ₹31,187) were the other prominent FT finishers.

Sreekanth Narayan
Sreekanth Narayan

 

Final Table Results

  1. Sreekanth ‘LaganaHiToHai’ Narayan – ₹3,06,572
  2. Vaibhav ‘vaibsss’ Bhatia -₹2,26,123
  3. Laksh Pal ‘B00MTilt23’ Singh – ₹1,66,786
  4. stormy900- ₹1,23,019
  5. Vaibhav ‘GTO_LIFE_GG’ Sharma – ₹90,737
  6. mujipro – ₹66,926
  7. Ashish ‘chipcharity999’ Munot – ₹49,364
  8. onionknight54 – ₹36,410
  9. Gaurav ‘3betPanda’ Sood – ₹31,187

 

Micro KO – 38 Battle Royale 5 Lakhs GTD – PokerStars India

Buy-in – ₹2,200

Entries – 179

Re-entries – 119

Prize Pool – ₹5,96,000

Places Paid – 48

Battling through a field of 298 entries, Pranav ‘pkpok13’ Khandalkar took down the ₹5 Lakhs GTD Micro KO Battle Royale for ₹1.34 Lakhs.

The tournament generated a profitable prize pool of ₹5.96 Lakhs and paid out 48 places.

Rahul ‘andarkiaag’ Thakur (5th for ₹24,248), Somesh ‘JackNotMa’ Patel (6th for ₹30,105), Vaibhav ‘vaibsss’ Bhatia (7th for ₹12,379) and Mukesh ‘Mkumar825’ Meena (8th for ₹8,886) FT’ed the tourney.

Pranav Khandalkar
Pranav Khandalkar

 

Final Table Results

  1. Pranav ‘pkpok13’ Khandalkar – ₹1,34,387
  2. mohitg16 – ₹59,592
  3. 7II7II7II – ₹37,709
  4. Infic11 – ₹29,559
  5. Rahul ‘andarkiaag’ Thakur – ₹24,248
  6. Somesh ‘JackNotMa’ Patel – ₹30,105
  7. Vaibhav ‘vaibsss’ Bhatia – ₹12,379
  8. Mukesh ‘Mkumar825’ Meena – ₹8,886
  9. jul1u592 – ₹8,267

 

Grinders#19 Thursday MonsterStack 5 Lakhs GTD – PokerBaazi

Buy-in – ₹2,750

Entries – 126

Re-entries – 102

Prize Pool – ₹5,70,000

Places Paid – 27

The ₹5 Lakhs GTD Grinders Thursday MonsterStack pulled in 228 runners to create a guarantee smashing prize pool of ₹5.70 Lakhs, and the top 27 places boarded the money bus.

Rishabh ‘rgeader’ Gupta raced past the competition for a hefty payday worth ₹1.37 Lakhs after defeating online reg Ritwik ‘Ritwikkhanna’ Khanna (runner-up for ₹94,110) in the heads-up play.

Animesh ‘animeshth20’ Thakur (3rd for ₹60,530), Deepanjan ‘Bluffstar’ Das (4th for ₹44,800), Rahul ‘chanakyax’ Bhura (7th for ₹22,340), Vineesh ‘VanielNegranu’ Bhatia (8th for ₹17,900), and PokerGuru Ambassador Devvrat ‘flopCheck’ Arya (9th for ₹13,400) FT-ed the tourney.

Rishabh Gupta
Rishabh Gupta

 

Final Table Results

  1. Rishabh ‘rgeader’ Gupta – ₹1,34,000
  2. Ritwik ‘Ritwikkhanna’ Khanna – ₹94,110
  3. Animesh ‘animeshth20’ Thakur – ₹60,530
  4. Deepanjan ‘Bluffstar’ Das – ₹44,800
  5. Leaveitelse – ₹33,630
  6. Mukeshahuja – ₹26,900
  7. Rahul ‘chanakyax’ Bhura – ₹22,340
  8. Vineesh ‘VanielNegranu’ Bhatia – ₹17,900
  9. Devvrat ‘flopCheck’ Arya – ₹13,400

 

AOPS Brunch 5 Lakhs GTD – Adda52

Buy-in – ₹1,250

Entries – 194

Re-entries – 177

Prize Pool – ₹5,00,000

Places Paid – 38

The ₹1,250 buy-in AOPS Brunch mustered 371 entries (194 unique and 177 re-entries), to fall ₹82,625 short of meeting its ₹5 Lakhs guarantee.

Striding past the competition was Induprakash ‘supee’ Mishra, who won his second AOPS title of the series after a heads-up deal with ‘flopmania’ (runner-up for ₹86,447) to earn a payday of ₹1.14 Lakhs, his biggest one yet on the site. On Tuesday, Mishra had won the AOPS Siesta for ₹69,652.

Siddharth ‘gabandheer’ Pandey (6th for ₹18,750), AOPS Super Game winner Ayaz ‘khan1977’ Khan (7th for ₹15,000), Alok ‘elusiveflame’ Kumar (8th for ₹12,500), and Pratibh ‘MrGTO’ Saluja (9th for ₹10,000) were the prominent FT scorers.

 

Final Table Results

  1. Induprakash ‘supee’ Mishra – ₹1,14,303*
  2. flopmania – ₹86,447*
  3. pahwa_p – ₹55,000
  4. Rajjagdale – ₹40,000
  5. AkkiDan007 – ₹27,000
  6. Siddharth ‘gabandheer’ Pandey – ₹18,750
  7. Ayaz ‘khan1977’ Khan – ₹15,000
  8. Alok ‘elusiveflame’ Kumar – ₹12,500
  9. Pratibh ‘MrGTO’ Saluja ₹10,000
    *denotes heads-up deal

 

AOPS Afterparty PKO 3 Lakhs GTD – Adda52

Buy-in – ₹1,000

Entries – 207

Re-entries – 207

Prize Pool – ₹3,00,000

Places Paid – 43

Anonymous player ‘vishal4572’ decimated the 414-strong entry field in the AOPS Afterparty PKO to win the first-place prize of ₹81,885.

The top 43 runners took a bite out of the ₹3 Lakhs prize pool as the event faced an overlay of ₹26,760.

Devrat ‘vickypune’ Singh finished 8th for ₹7,294.

 

AOPS Siesta 3 Lakhs GTD – Adda52

Buy-in – ₹1,100

Entries – 144

Re-entries – 127

Prize Pool – ₹3,00,000

Places Paid – 27

The Adda52-hosted AOPS Siesta garnered 271 entries last evening, resulting in an overlay worth ₹29,000.

Seasoned pro Goonjan ‘gmtesting’ Mall outlasted the competition to conquer his first AOPS title for ₹69,967, following a three-way deal with Ankit ‘kasatankit’ Kasat (2nd for ₹47,272) and Karan ‘karan880’ Lochab (3rd for ₹42,211).

Goonjan Mall
Goonjan Mall

 

Mall has been in prolific form recently, having posted 8 FT finishes in the last seven days counting this win. His biggest score on the site came on June 13 when he placed 2nd in the AOPS Blizzard for ₹6.53 Lakhs.

The only other notable on the final table was Vatsal ‘vatsal20’ Kumar, who placed 5th for ₹17,250.

 

Pocket Whopper 3 Lakhs GTD – Pocket52

Buy-in – ₹1,650

Entries – 119

Re-entries – 70

Prize Pool – ₹3,00,000

Places Paid – 36

The biggest tourney to play on Pocket52 last night was the ₹3 Lakhs GTD Pocket Whopper that logged 189 entrants, and the top 36 places got paid.

In the end, ‘Pocroft’ took home the title and a hefty ₹67,500 in prize money. ‘Russell92’ earned ₹40,500 for finishing runner-up.

 

DPKO Event #3 3 Lakhs GTD – Poker Dangal

Buy-in – ₹1,650

Entries – 102

Re-entries – 74

Prize Pool – ₹3,00,000

Places Paid – 27

Poker Dangal KO (PKDO) series hit the ground running yesterday, and the biggest guaranteed tourney on the schedule was the ₹3 Lakhs GTD PKDO Event #3. The tourney pulled in 176 entries, registering an overlay worth ₹36,000.

Online reg Karan ‘99ayka99’ Jain won the title and walked away with ₹60,000 in prize money after defeating ‘Hem169’ (runner-up for ₹45,000) heads-up!

 

Monster Stack 3 Lakhs GTD – Spartan Poker

Buy-in – ₹880

Entries – 183

Re-entries – 51

Re-buys – 133

Prize Pool – ₹3,00,000

Places Paid – 31

The ₹3 Lakhs GTD Monster Stack logged in 367 participants, leading to an overlay of ₹6,400.

‘Pathfinder’ topped the field and netted a winner’s payday worth ₹58,067, just as ‘ronav’ came in second for ₹48,103.

Nehal ‘PantherPaw’ Kumar Agarwal finished 3rd for ₹30,120.

 

Night Rider – DeepStack Turbo 2.75 Lakhs GTD – Spartan Poker

Buy-in – ₹880

Entries – 170

Re-entries – 51

Re-buys – 115

Prize Pool – ₹2,75,000

Places Paid – 31

The daily late-night tourney on Spartan Poker, the ₹2.75 Lakhs GTD Night Rider – DeepStack Turbo registered 336 runners falling ₹6,200 short of the advertised guarantee.

‘Theprofessor83’ bested ‘imaw’ (runner-up for ₹39,160) heads-up and captured the title and top prize of ₹58,163.

PokerGuru Ambassador Shashank ‘Jai Bajarangbali’ Desai (3rd for ₹27,610) and Anuj ‘Anuj16101’ Laddhad (4th for ₹22,385), earned final table payouts.

 

AOPS Dusk 2.5 Lakhs GTD – Adda52

Buy-in – ₹1,100

Entries – 135

Re-entries – 104

Prize Pool – ₹2,50,000

Places Paid – 24

The AOPS Dusk on Adda52 gathered a crowd of 239 entries (135 unique and 104 re-entries) to fall exactly 11 entries short on the posted ₹2.50 Lakhs guarantee.

Anonymous user ‘Thunderbolt007’ sailed past them all to win ₹47,528 after a three-way deal with Devrat ‘Vickypune’ Singh (runner-up for ₹46,917) and ‘007.devashish’ (3rd for ₹44,180).

Prabhat ‘NagarbhaviNinja’ Kiran Mukherjea (6th for ₹10,625), Kapil ‘pokerkingsachin’ Chaudhary (7th for ₹8,125), Priya ‘priyaranjan2k12’ Ranjan Das (8th for ₹6,250), and Shawn ‘spanktastic’ Chatterton (9th for ₹5,000) were the other FT finishers.

 

MICRO KO – 40 Ultrasonic 2 Lakhs GTD – PokerStars India

Buy-in – ₹990

Entries – 152

Re-entries – 118

Prize Pool – ₹2,43,900

Places Paid – 44

The PokerStars India hosted ₹2 Lakhs GTD MICRO KO Ultrasonic mustered 271 entries, surpassing its guarantee to collect ₹2.43 Lakhs in prize money.

pokpom1’ captured the title and the top prize of ₹43,448 after beating Siddharth ‘siddonuts’ Pandey (runner-up for ₹23,460) heads-up to the finish line.

Shubham ‘psyche42’ Singh finished 9th for ₹3,673.

 

Pocket Lunch 1.5 Lakhs GTD – Pocket52

Buy-in – ₹1,100

Entries – 80

Re-entries – 37

Prize Pool – ₹1,50,000

Places Paid – 18

The other high-value tourney on Pocket52 yesterday was the ₹1.5 Lakhs GTD Pocket Lunch. The tourney registered a field of 117 entries and the top 18 places finished ITM.

The winner emerged in ‘darkenergy’ who collected the top prize worth ₹37,500 after defeating site regular ‘SachinTendulkar’ (2nd for ₹23,250) heads-up!

Hitman 30K GTD PLO – Khelo365

Buy-in – ₹550

Entries – 22

Re-entries – 18

Prize Pool – ₹30,000

Places Paid – 5

The ₹30K GTD Hitman PLO on Khelo365 fell ₹10,000 short of meeting its listed guarantee, from 40 entries.

‘Devloper’ won the event for ₹12,900, after defeating ‘Proplr007’ who finished runner-up for ₹6,900.

 

Grinder 2.0 20K GTD – Khelo365

Buy-in – ₹275

Entries – 44

Re-entries – 29

Prize Pool – ₹20,000

Places Paid – 8

Anonymous user ‘harshak124’ raced past a field of 44 unique entries and 29 re-entries in Khelo365’s ₹20K GTD Grinder 2.0, pocketing ₹6,800 in first-place prize money. ‘Manuvm131313’ finished runner-up for ₹4,000.

The event suffered an overlay of ₹1,750, and only the top 8 places were paid.

Anonymous users ‘fortunemaker’ and ‘keneirhakho’ who had placed fourth and fifth, in Khelo365’s Hitman, final tabled this event as well, placing third and fifth, respectively.

 

This report was updated at 3 PM on 19.06.2020.

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