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Daily Majors: Dhall, Mall, Sharma, & Chaudhary Were the Big Movers & Shakers on Tuesday

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  • RUPAM THAKUR 1 month ago
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The Tuesday action was moderately somber with Spartan Poker`s GPS and the other flagships keeping the action rolling on the virtual felts. Let’s dive into the top results across the major domestic sites.

Spartan Poker

Six more events concluded on Day 2 of the Grand Poker Series (GPS) on Spartan Poker. The star attraction of the day was the GPS Mega Stack ₹22 Lakhs GTD. The day’s headliner recorded 794 entries (376 unique, 163 re-entries, and 255 re-buys), collecting a prize pool worth ₹23.82 Lakhs. After a three-way deal, the winner was crowned in anonymous user ‘Nedstark1291,’ who sprinted to the top to win ₹3.61 Lakhs.

‘avneed’ (runner-up for ₹3.07 Lakhs) and Amit ‘guru’ J (3rd for ₹2.81 Lakhs) pocketed the other big prizes.

The other marquee Tuesday tourney on the GPS schedule was The Race ₹8 Lakhs GTD. The event crushed the guarantee by logging in a prize pool of ₹9.66 Lakhs on the back of a field of 644 participants (320 unique, 87 re-entries and 237 re-buys). M ‘star.pkr95’ Khan struck a heads-up deal with PokerGuru Ambassador Parikshit ‘zapdos1311’ Dhall before taking down the title for ₹1.87 Lakhs. Dhall banked ₹1.18 Lakhs for his runner-up finish.

This was Dhall’s second final table finish of the night on Spartan Poker, and his third overall on Tuesday as he also placed 6th in Adda52’s Hitman for ₹36,448. His online record reflects ₹1.77 Crores in winnings after his blistering Tuesday run.

Parikshit Dhall
Parikshit Dhall

 

Notably, M ‘star.pkr95’ Khan came close to winning a second title yesterday in the GPS Monster Stack ₹5 Lakhs GTD. He eventually finished runner-up to ‘PrivateLimited,’ who traversed a field of 413 entrants (208 unique, 65 re-entries and 140 re-buys) to win ₹1.07 Lakhs after a heads-up deal. Khan collected ₹99,786 for his runner-up finish.

PokerBaazi

The Tuesday flagship at PokerBaazi, The Endeavour ₹15 Lakhs GTD, pulled in a massive 454-entry field (237 unique entries and 217 re-entries). The top 54 places took a bite out of the ₹18.06 Lakhs prize pool. Racing ahead of them all was Aquib ‘Cavallino’ Ansari, who snagged the title along with the ₹3.19 Lakhs first-place cash prize after defeating ‘VIRJAIN’ (runner-up for ₹2.24 Lakhs) heads-up. PokerGuru Ambassador Ankit ‘d00mtr00p3r’ Wadhawan finished 7th for ₹53,390.

Adda52

The biggest winner on Adda52 last night was Ankit ‘ankitmodi’ Modi, who championed the Hitman ₹7.5 Lakhs GTD after besting a field of 268 entries to win ₹2.22 Lakhs. Kunal ‘Charsilaladka’ Chaudhary took second place for ₹1.32 Lakhs. The FT had three PokerGuru Ambassadors in contention; namely, Rony ‘fish4life’ Chowdhury (3rd for ₹99,910), Parikshit ‘gigsy’ Dhall (6th for ₹36,448), and Devvrat ‘glitch_d’ Arya (9th for ₹17,152).

A regular on the site, Modi had won the AOPS Falcon on April 6 for ₹1.37 Lakhs.

PokerStars India

PokerStars India’s signature Tuesday tourney, the Sixth Sense ₹10 Lakhs GTD pulled in a field of 329 entries (189 unique and 140 e-entries), to witness an overlay of ₹13,000. Vaibhav ‘GTO_LIFE_GG’ Sharma came out on top to win ₹1.73 Lakhs, following a heads-up deal with MTT pro Kunal ‘iAlwaysHaveit’ Patni who banked ₹1.32 Lakhs as the runner-up prize.

Sharma is an MTT crusher who has won several tourneys across all domestic platforms. This is the second Sixth Sense title for Sharma. He had last won this event in November 2019 for ₹1.46 Lakhs.

The other big-ticket tourney on PokerStars India was the Super Tuesday ₹5 Lakhs GTD. The event recorded 201 entries (120 unique and 81 re-entries), surpassing the posted guarantee with a prize pool collection worth ₹5.02 Lakhs. After deciding upon a deal heads-up, Sandy ‘Ziigmunddd’ Lamba took down the title and banked ₹81,084.

rakhigarhi’ collected the most significant piece of the prize pool worth ₹90,272.

Goonjan Mall, who has over ₹3.9 Crores in domestic online cashes, had an incredible run yesterday. He FT’ed an impressive four events and finished one spot short of making it five FT’s. His deep runs from last night include:

  • 4th in GPS The Race for ₹69,455,
  • 6th in the Sixth Sense for ₹44,972
  • 5th in Super Tuesday for ₹29,052
  • 6th in Hexagram for ₹15,480
  • 10th in GPS Mega Stack for ₹33,110

 

Goonjan Mall
Goonjan Mall

 

The other Tuesday winners were:

PlayerPrize MoneyEventPoker Site
Sumit ‘runrabbitrun’ Advani₹96,320Hexagram ₹3 Lakhs GTDAdda52
Rohan 'AnshAA' Soman₹81,570Tuesday MonsterStack ₹3 Lakhs GTDPokerBaazi
D.Carwin1₹66,481GPS #8 Monster Stack ₹3.5 Lakhs GTDSpartan Poker
ZEST₹63,800Ultimate PLO ₹2 Lakhs GTDSpartan Poker
Chinmoku₹61,081Night Rider – DeepStack Turbo ₹2.75 Lakhs GTDSpartan Poker
halala₹58,844Gladiator ₹2.50 Lakhs GTDPocket52
Nehal 'PantherPaw' Agarwal₹48,922GPS #7 ₹2 Lakhs GTDSpartan Poker
Banmanlang ‘bml2012’ Lynden Warr₹47,2509VS #5 Megastack ₹2 Lakhs GTD9stacks
lalu123₹34,500Pocket Lunch ₹1.50 Lakhs GTDPocket52
Kaleem ‘NuttyManiac’ Pasha₹27,500Battlefield Tuesday ₹1 Lakh GTDPoker Dangal
Profe$$or₹20,0619VS #7 Stackup PKO ₹2 Lakhs GTD9stacks
Ashu079₹10,500Under The Gun ₹20K GTD PLOKhelo365
fortunemaker₹6,800Grinder 2.0 ₹20K GTDKhelo365

GPS#10 Mega Stack 22 Lakhs GTD – Spartan Poker

Buy-in – ₹3,300

Entries – 376

Re-entries – 163

Re-buys – 255

Prize Pool – ₹23,82,000

Places Paid – 79

Day 2 of the GPS Series on Spartan Poker was headlined by the GPS Mega Stack ₹22 Lakhs GTD. Sporting a buy-in of ₹3,300 (includes ₹300 fees), the event pulled in 794 entries (376 unique, 163 re-entries, and 255 re-buys). The ₹23.82 Lakhs prize pool was distributed among the top 79 finishers.

Topping the field to claim the title was anonymous user ‘Nedstark1291’. The champion outlasted the likes of Ankush ‘Armitrage’ Aryan (5th for ₹1.25 Lakhs) and Kapil ‘chitti3.0’ Arora (7th for ₹73,603), along with PokerGuru Ambassadors Parikshit ‘zapdos1311’ Dhall (6th for ₹98,614) and Ashish ‘Donkey 07’ Munot (9th for ₹40,255) on the final table. He agreed to a three-way chop with ‘avneed’ (runner-up for ₹3.07 Lakhs) and Amit ‘guru’ J (3rd for ₹2.81 Lakhs), before eventually taking home a winner’s payday of ₹3.61 Lakhs.

Final Table Results

  1. Nedstark1291 – ₹3,60,649*
  2. avneed – ₹3,06,849*
  3. Amit ‘guru’ J – ₹2,81,728*
  4. Redington – 1,60,070
  5. Ankush ‘Armitrage’ Aryan – ₹1,25,531
  6. Parikshit ‘zapdos1311’ Dhall – ₹98,614
  7. Kapil ‘chitti3.0’ Arora – ₹73,603
  8. OMGClayAiken – ₹50,974
  9. Ashish ‘Donkey 07’ Munot – ₹40,255
    *denotes three-way deal

 

The Endeavour 15 Lakhs GTD – PokerBaazi

Buy-in – ₹3,500

Entries – 237

Re-entries – 217

Prize Pool – ₹15,89,000

Places Paid – 54

PokerBaazi’s The Endeavour ₹15 Lakhs GTD comfortably surpassed the advertised guarantee and collected a ₹15.89 Lakhs prize pool over 454 entries (237 unique and 217 re-entries). Aquib ‘Cavallino’ Ansari proved to be the last player standing and took the event down for ₹3.19 Lakhs after besting ‘VIRJAIN’ (runner-up for ₹2.24 Lakhs) heads-up.

Also making impressive finishes were Sanish ‘Sanish21’ Chhabra (3rd for ₹1.44 Lakhs), Ankit ‘bababakchod’ Kasat (4th for ₹1.06 Lakhs), Divij ‘divij24’ Soni (6th for ₹64,040), PokerGuru Ambassador Ankit ‘d00mtr00p3r’ Wadhawan (7th for ₹53,390), and Prashanth ‘Iveyleague’ Sekar (8th for ₹42,590).

Aquib Ansari
Aquib Ansari

 

Final Table Results

  1. Aquib ‘Cavallino’ Ansari – ₹3,19,000
  2. VIRJAIN – ₹2,24,000
  3. Sanish ‘Sanish21’ Chhabra – ₹1,44,000
  4. Ankit ‘bababakchod’ Kasat – ₹1,06,000
  5. Czar – ₹79,930
  6. Divij ‘divij24’ Soni – ₹64,040
  7. Ankit ‘d00mtr00p3r’ Wadhawan – ₹53,390
  8. Prashanth ‘Iveyleague’ Sekar – ₹42,590
  9. vidyutw – ₹31,940

 

Sixth Sense 10 Lakhs GTD – PokerStars India

Buy-in – ₹3,300

Entries – 189

Re-entries – 140

Prize Pool – ₹10,00,000

Places Paid – 59

The Tuesday headliner on PokerStars India, the Sixth Sense ₹10 Lakhs GTD, faced an overlay of ₹13,000 on the back of 329 challengers (189 unique runners and 140 re-entries) and the top 59 places landed in the money zone.

The Delhi-based poker pro Vaibhav ‘GTO_LIFE_GG’ Sharma captured the title along with ₹1.73 Lakhs in prize money following a heads-up deal with banker turned poker pro Kunal ‘iAlwaysHaveit’ Patni (runner-up for ₹1.32 Lakhs).

One of the four FT finishes for Goonjan ‘gmtesting.ind’ Mall last night came in this event, as he finished 5th for ₹44,972.

Vaibhav Sharma
Vaibhav Sharma

 

Final Table Results

  1. Vaibhav ‘GTO_LIFE_GG’ Sharma – ₹1,73,109*
  2. Kunal ‘iAlwaysHaveit’ Patni – ₹1,32,190*
  3. PsykoEko – ₹89,651
  4. kumar570 – ₹63,496
  5. Goonjan ‘gmtesting.ind’ Mall – ₹44,972
  6. spiraloutkarann – ₹31,852
  7. romeo5686 – ₹26,138
  8. salazar666666 – ₹21,449
  9. baahubali01 – ₹21,449
    *denotes heads-up deal

GPS#11 The Race 8 Lakhs GTD – Spartan Poker

Buy-in – ₹1,650

Entries – 320

Re-entries – 87

Re-buys – 237

Prize Pool – ₹9,66,000

Places Paid – 55

Spartan Poker’s GPS The Race ₹8 Lakhs GTD registered 644 participants (320 unique, 87 re-entries and 237 re-buys), leading to a prize pool collection of ₹9.66 Lakhs.

M ‘star.pkr95’ Khan struck a heads-up deal with PokerGuru Ambassador Parikshit ‘zapdos1311’ Dhall and took home a cool ₹1.87 Lakhs in the top prize. Dhall banked ₹1.18 Lakhs for his runner-up finish. This was Dhall’s second final table score of the night on Spartan Poker.

Other notables who final tabled The Race included Goonjan ‘gmtesting’ Mall (4th for ₹69,455), Sasi ‘sasikiranx’ Kiran (6th for ₹42,311) and PokerGuru Ambassador Ashish ‘Spewushhhiiiii’ Ahuja (9th for ₹18,451).

Final Table Results

  1. M ‘star.pkr95’ Khan – ₹1,87,404*
  2. Parikshit ‘zapdos1311’ Dhall – ₹1,18,818*
  3. KaalaPatthar – ₹85,877
  4. Goonjan ‘gmtesting’ Mall – ₹69,455
  5. CopyNinja – ₹54,965
  6. Sasi ‘sasikiranx’ Kiran – ₹42,311
  7. theViperArena – ₹31,492
  8. duurrrr – ₹22,798
  9. Ashish ‘Spewushhhiiiii’ Ahuja – ₹18,451
    *denotes heads-up deal

Hitman 7.5 Lakhs GTD – Adda52

Buy-in – ₹4,500

Entries – 141

Re-entries – 127

Prize Pool – ₹8,57,598

Places Paid – 27

Adda52’s flagship Hitman ₹7.5 Lakhs GTD drew 268 runners (141 unique and 127 re-entries), generating a profitable prize pool worth ₹8.57 Lakhs yesterday. The ₹4,500 buy-in event paid out the final 27 contenders and walking away with the title, and the ₹2.22 Lakhs up top was Ankit ‘ankitmodi’ Modi.

A regular on the site, Modi had on April 6, won the AOPS Falcon ₹5 Lakhs GTD for ₹1.37 Lakhs. He defeated Kunal ‘Charsilaladka’ Chaudhary (runner-up for ₹1.32 Lakhs) in the heads-up play yesterday.

PokerGuru Ambassadors Rony ‘fish4life’ Chowdhury (3rd for ₹99,910), Parikshit ‘gigsy’ Dhall (6th for ₹36,448), and Devvrat ‘glitch_d’ Arya (9th for ₹17,152), along with Naren ‘IMUNAGI’ Purohit (7th for ₹27,872) posted FT finishes.

Kunal Chaudhary
Kunal Chaudhary

 

Final Table Results

  1. Ankit ‘ankitmodi’ Modi – ₹2,22,976
  2. Kunal ‘Charsilaladka’ Chaudhary – ₹1,32,928
  3. Rony ‘fish4life’ Chowdhury – ₹99,910
  4. touchstone78 – ₹72,896
  5. Shark1411 – ₹49,312
  6. Parikshit ‘gigsy’ Dhall – ₹36,448
  7. Naren ‘IMUNAGI’ Purohit – ₹27,872
  8. Hell12 – ₹21,440
  9. Devvrat ‘glitch_d’ Arya – ₹17,152

 

GPS#12 Monster Stack 5 Lakhs GTD – Spartan Poker

Buy-in – ₹1,650

Entries – 208

Re-entries – 65

Re-buys – 140

Prize Pool – ₹6,19,500

Places Paid – 39

M ‘star.pkr95’ Khan came excruciating close to picking up back-to-back GPS titles last night but fell one place short in the GPS Monster Stack ₹5 Lakhs GTD. Khan was defeated by mystery user ‘PrivateLimited’ who pocketed ₹1.07 Lakhs in first-place prize money, while the former netted ₹99,786 for placing second.

The event logged in 413 entrants (208 unique, 65 re-entries and 140 re-buys), generating ₹6.19 Lakhs in the prize pool kitty. The top 39 players were paid, and the only well-known name who made it to the final table was Aditya ‘ELASTICITY’ Kulkarni (6th for ₹28,931).

Final Table Results

  1. PrivateLimited – ₹1,07,002
  2. M ‘star.pkr95’ Khan – ₹99,786
  3. chikchik – ₹60,401
  4. dagadfool – ₹48,755
  5. stoic7 – ₹38,223
  6. Aditya ‘ELASTICITY’ Kulkarni – ₹28,931
  7. Pm1123 – ₹21,249
  8. Jits4321 – ₹15,611
  9. Chinmoku – ₹12,948

 

Super Tuesday 5 Lakhs GTD – PokerStars India

Buy-in – ₹2,750

Entries – 120

Re-entries – 81

Prize Pool – ₹5,02,500

Places Paid – 34

The weekly Super Tuesday on PokerStars India saw a field of 201 entries (120 entrants and 81 re-entries) that ponied up the ₹2,750 to ensure that the ₹5 Lakhs guarantee was met. The top 34 places boarded the money bus and earned a piece of the ₹5.02 Lakhs prize pool.

Sandy ‘Ziigmunddd’ Lamba rode past the competition and eventually cut a heads-up deal with user ‘rakhigarhi’ (runner-up for ₹90,272) to walk away with ₹81,084 in prize money.

Goonjan ‘gmtesting.ind’ Mall (5th for ₹29,052), Kanchan ‘thandicoke’ Sharma (6th for ₹21,400), Kaushik ‘breadbutterjam’ Tibrewal (7th for ₹15,764), Rajat ‘sharabikebabi’ Sharma (8th for ₹11,612), and PokerGuru Ambassador Ratul ‘MuscariAs’ Steves (9th for ₹10,140) FT’ed the tourney.

Sandy Lamba
Sandy Lamba

 

Final Table Results

  1. Sandy ‘Ziigmunddd’ Lamba – ₹81,084*
  2. rakhigarhi – ₹90,272*
  3. Infic11 – ₹53,541
  4. TMK225 – ₹39,440
  5. Goonjan ‘gmtesting.ind’ Mall – ₹29,052
  6. Kanchan ‘thandicoke’ Sharma – ₹21,400
  7. Kaushik ‘breadbutterjam’ Tibrewal – ₹15,764
  8. Rajat ‘sharabikebabi’ Sharma – ₹11,612
  9. Ratul ‘MuscariAs’ Steves – ₹10,140
    *denotes heads-up deal

GPS #8 Monster Stack 3.5 Lakhs GTD – Spartan Poker

Buy-in – ₹880

Entries – 286

Re-entries – 88

Rebuys – 207

Prize Pool – ₹4,64,800

Places Paid – 55

The GPS Monster Stack ₹3.5 Lakhs GTD attracted 581 entries (286 unique, 88 re-entries, and 207 rebuys) to obliterate its advertised guarantee by some margin, generating a profitable ₹4.64 Lakhs prize pool. ‘D.Carwin1’ emerged the winner and banked a ₹66,481 payday following a three-way deal with ‘Pasha1103’ (runner-up for ₹66,264) and ‘Eltonio23’ (3rd for₹55,916).

Nehal Kumar ‘PantherPaw’ Agarwal finished 4th for ₹33,419.

Hexagram 3 Lakhs GTD – Adda52

Buy-in – ₹2,200

Entries – 103

Re-entries – 69

Prize Pool – ₹3,44,000

Places Paid – 17

The Hexagram ₹3 Lakhs GTD surpassed its posted guarantee yesterday with 172 signups (103 unique and 69 re-entries), making for a ₹3.44 Lakhs prize pool.

In its aftermath, it was Sumit’ runrabbitrun’ Advani towering over the field with the title and the top prize of ₹96,320 in his grasp. Advani defeated Myron’ zzzzz369’ Pereira (runner-up for ₹60,200) heads-up to lock his win.

Sumit Advani
Sumit Advani

 

PokerGuru Ambassador Shashank ‘IndianRat’ Desai (4th for ₹31,820), and Goonjan ‘gmtesting’ Mall (6th for ₹15,480) final tabled the event.

Tuesday MonsterStack 3 Lakhs GTD – PokerBaazi

Buy-in – ₹2,200

Entries – 102

Re-entries – 62

Prize Pool – ₹3,28,000

Places Paid – 21

A field of 164 entries (102 unique and 62 re-entries) in the Tuesday MonsterStack ₹3 Lakhs GTD made for a guarantee-smashing prize pool of ₹3.28 Lakhs.

Online reg Rohan ‘AnshAA’ Soman outlasted the competition to pocket the winner’s cheque worth ₹81,570 after beating Pranav ‘GarviGujarat’ Desai to the title. Desai earned ₹57,170 for placing second.

Rohan Soman
Rohan Soman

 

The other prominent pros who banked final table finishes were Young Gun Anmol ‘anzzzzz’ Mehta (3rd for ₹36,770), Vikram Ved ‘vikrambatra’ Batra (4th for ₹27,220), Dhaval ‘dhavhe’ Heda (7th for ₹13,580), and Deepak ‘Deepakchawla87’ Chawla (8th for ₹10,890).

Night Rider – DeepStack Turbo 2.75 Lakhs GTD – Spartan Poker

Buy-in – ₹880

Entries – 168

Re-entries – 75

Rebuys – 118

Prize Pool – ₹2,88,800

Places Paid – 31

The ₹2.75 Lakhs GTD Night Rider – DeepStack Turbo attracted 361 entries (168 unique, 75 re-entries and 118 rebuys), collecting ₹2.88 Lakhs in prize money.

Chinmoku’ captured the title for ₹61,081 after defeating ‘LFG’ (runner-up for ₹41,125) heads-up. Omkar ‘_omkar’ Natuskar finished 8th for ₹7,537.

Gladiator 2.50 Lakhs GTD – Pocket52

Buy-in – ₹1,250

Entries – 143

Re-entries – 97

Prize Pool – ₹2,73,600

Places Paid – 45

The Gladiator ₹2.50 Lakhs GTD on Pocket52 attracted 240 entrants (143 unique hopefuls and 97 re-entries) to accumulate a prize pool of ₹2.73 Lakhs and the top 45 places made it in the money.

The winner emerged in ‘halala,’ who netted ₹58,844 after defeating ‘Mrrahul777’ (runner-up for ₹36,252) in the heads-up showdown.

9VS #5 Megastack 2 Lakhs GTD – 9stacks

Buy-in – ₹1,800

Entries – 115

Rebuys – 35

Prize Pool – ₹2,47,500

Places Paid – 20

The 9VS #5 Megastack ₹2 Lakhs GTD on 9stacks logged in a field of 150 players (115 unique and 35 re-entries), to collect a healthy prize pool of ₹2.47 Lakhs. Seasoned pro Banmanlang ‘bml2012’ Lynden Warr captured the title and the top prize of ₹47,250 after defeating ‘I9stacks’ in the final showdown. The runner-up pocketed a ₹31,500 payday.

Banmanlang Lyndem War
Banmanlang Lyndem War

 

GPS #7 2 Lakhs GTD – Spartan Poker

Buy-in – ₹550

Entries – 218

Re-entries – 59

Rebuys – 211

Prize Pool – ₹2,44,000

Places Paid – 39

Nehal ‘PantherPaw’ Agarwal was in stellar form last night. After placing fourth in the GPS Monster Stack, he clinched the title in the GPS₹2 Lakhs GTD for ₹48,922. L ‘lmw777’Mevei Well came in second for ₹32,525.

The tournament gathered a player pool of 488 entries (218 unique, 59 re-entries, and 211 re-buys), leading to a ₹2.44 Lakhs prize pool.

Sanket ‘THEDONKKID’ Deshmukh (6th for ₹10,861), and Sreeharsha ‘yUDdam’ Boneni (7th for ₹8,369) were the notable finalists.

Ultimate PLO 2 Lakhs GTD – Spartan Poker

Buy-in – ₹2,200

Entries – 53

Re-entries – 26

Rebuys – 37

Prize Pool – ₹2,32,000

Places Paid – 11

With 116 entries, the Ultimate PLO ₹2 Lakhs GTD on Spartan Poker rode past its break-even mark to collect a ₹2.32 Lakhs prize pool. Claiming the title, in the end, was ‘ZEST’ who defeated Armaan ‘space ace’ Kochhar (2nd for ₹45,356) heads-up to pocket the ₹63,800 that was reserved for the winner.

Zarvan ‘BolAuntyAuKya’ Tumboli (6th for ₹14,152), Piyush ‘BlackMamba’ Gaikwad (7th for ₹11,136) and Manish ‘potlords’ Gandhi (9th for ₹6,612) were the other prominent FT finishers.

9VS #7 Stackup PKO 2 Lakhs GTD – 9stacks

Buy-in – ₹1,200

Entries – 187

Total Prize Pool – ₹2,00,000

Regular Prizepool – ₹1,06,500

Bounty Prizepool – ₹93,500

Places Paid – 30

Topping a field of 187 entries, ‘Profe$$or’ took down the 9VS #7 Stackup PKO for ₹20,061 while ‘QueenBee’ finished second for ₹12,947.

Pocket Lunch 1.50 Lakhs GTD – Pocket52

Buy-in – ₹1,100

Entries – 83

Re-entries – 56

Prize Pool – ₹1,50,000

Places Paid – 27

Pocket52’s Pocket Lunch ₹1.50 Lakhs GTD saw a player pool of 139 participants (including 83 unique entries and 56 re-entries) to leave an overlay of ₹11,000 for the site to fill, and the top 27 places got paid.

Topping them all was ‘lalu123’ who defeated ‘Razorfish’ (2nd for ₹21,000) in the heads-up play and collected ₹34,500 in prize money.

Battlefield Tuesday 1 Lakh GTD – Poker Dangal

Buy-in – ₹1,100

Entries – 63

Rebuys – 62

Prize Pool – ₹1,25,000

Places Paid – 20

Kaleem ‘NuttyManiac’ Pasha came out on top in Poker Dangal’s Battlefield Tuesday ₹1 Lakh GTD last night to win ₹27,500. Site regular Prashant ‘kingslayer’ Jha finished runner-up for ₹20,625.

Kaleem Pasha
Kaleem Pasha

 

Notably, this was Pasha’s second consecutive title this week, after winning the Monday Blues ₹1 Lakh GTD.

Online regular Ajit Singh ‘ace_bob’ Arora finished 9th for ₹3,125.

Under The Gun 20K GTD PLO – Khelo365

Buy-in – ₹330

Entries – 26

Re-entries – 2

Rebuys – 21

Add-ons – 21

Prize Pool – ₹21,000

Places Paid – 3

Khelo365’s Under The Gun ₹20K GTD PLO attracted 49 hopefuls, beating the posted guarantee by ₹1,000. ‘Ashu079’ staked a claim on the title and a ₹10,500 up top after denying ‘Manuvm131313’ (runner-up for ₹6,300) the glory.

Grinder 2.0 20K GTD – Khelo365

Buy-in – ₹275

Entries – 40

Re-entries – 31

Prize Pool – ₹20,000

Places Paid – 8

Anonymous user ‘fortunemaker’ took down the Grinder 2.0 ₹20K GTD NLHE for ₹6,800. The event logged in 71 entrants (40 unique and 31 re-entries), falling ₹2,250 short of the posted guarantee.

 

This report was updated at 4:30 PM on 03.06.2020.

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