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Daily Majors: Sandy Lamba, Aman Parakh, Vivek Singh & Devrat Singh Dominate the Tuesday Flagships

Sandy Lamba, Aman Parakh, Vivek Singh & Devrat Singh
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  • RUPAM THAKUR 2 months ago
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It’s still early in the week, but there is certainly no dearth of action. Let`s take a look back at all that went down across the major online platforms on Tuesday.


Spartan Poker

India`s numero uno site for tournament players, Spartan Poker, once again played host to the most massive guaranteed tourney on Tuesday. The site`s Tuesday flagship MegaStack ₹25 Lakhs GTD logged in 719 entries (360 unique, 138 re-entries, and 221 rebuys), offering remarkable value with an overlay of ₹3.43 Lakhs. The last two players in the tourney ‘masterbluff’ and ‘wcr185’ decided upon a heads-up deal that saw the former take down the title, and the top prize of ₹4.23 Lakhs. The runner-up collected ₹3.63 Lakhs.

The anonymous ‘materbluff’ is a seasoned player who has won several titles on Spartan Poker. His best score on the site was the ₹10.20 Lakhs that he had won for his runner-up finish in the SSS High Roller on May 8.

Like the MegaStack, The Race ₹10 Lakhs GTD, also faltered on its guarantee as a below-par turnout of entries (302 unique, 89 re-entries, and 195 rebuys) resulted in a shortfall of ₹1.21 Lakhs. Climbing to the top of this field was Aman ‘KarmaPoker’ Parakh, who took down the title to win ₹1.94 Lakhs. Parakh has been a juggernaut this entire month and sits proudly on top of the May TLB leaderboard. In fact, this is his second successive winning day, and he added not one but two titles to his name last night. His second victory came in PokerStars India’s INSCOOP-112 Bigstack Turbo that he championed for ₹71,662. He also placed fourth in PokerBaazi’s NLHE Turbo for ₹15,919. Parakh has now won three titles in two days.

The most prominent UVS tourney on Tuesday was the Monster Stack ₹5 Lakhs GTD. The unknown player ‘lex_veldi82’ came out on top of a field of 319 entries to win ₹1.10 Lakhs after striking a the three-way deal with Pranay ‘kabira speaking’ Chawla (runner-up for ₹77,613) and ‘SAMWELL TARLY’ (3rd for ₹68,353). Like the other flagships on Spartan Poker last night, the Monster Stack too fell ₹21.5K short of its advertised guarantee.



PokerBaazi`s Tuesday flagship, The Endeavour ₹15 Lakhs GTD, attracted a massive 557-entry field (273 unique entries and 284 re-entries). The top 63 places took a bite out of the ₹19.50 Lakhs prize pool. Outlasting them all was Sandy ‘Ziigmund’ Lamba, who snagged the title along with the ₹3.89 Lakhs first-place cash prize. ‘md20’ finished runner-up for ₹2.66 Lakhs. PokerGuru Ambassador Ratul ‘luna’ Steves finished eighth for ₹50,490 Lakhs.

With over ₹1.05 Crore in recorded online winnings, Lamba boasts of a personal-best score of ₹8.25 Lakhs that he had won in PokerBaazi’s PPL Pride on March 5. This is the second title that Lamba has won this week. He had taken down PokerStars India’s INSCOOP Battle Royale Mini on Monday.



Devrat ‘vickypune’ Singh traversed a field of 267 entries (144 unique and 123 re-entries) in Adda52’s Hitman ₹7.50 Lakhs GTD to win ₹2.22 Lakhs. Singh is one of the more consistent winners on the site and has won numerous significant titles in the past like the Go Goa, CS9 Beast, Afterdark Dark, and Sunday Adda52. Notably, this was his second time winning the Hitman title, and the victory brought him his second-biggest score on the site to date. His other Hitman victory had earned him a personal-best ₹3.36 Lakhs last month.


PokerStars India

Over at PokerStars India, the INCOOP Sixth Sense once again failed to meet its guarantee. The event logged in 370 entries (201 unique and 169 e-entries), resulting in a ₹20,000 shortfall on the ₹15 Lakhs GTD. Bringing the curtains down was PokerGuru Ambassador Vivek ‘Mystic Peaks’ Singh, who decimated the competition to win ₹2.59 Lakhs. He defeated ‘imhobadshah’ heads-up with the latter banking ₹1.84 Lakhs as the runner-up prize. Singh has several titles to his name – he most recently won the Destiny Junior title last week for ₹1.34 Lakhs.

The other flagship tourney on PokerStars India, the INSCOOP Super Tuesday ₹5 Lakhs GTD, attracted 143 entries (92 unique and 51 re-entries) falling ₹1.74 Lakhs short of the guarantee. After deciding upon a three-way deal, Abhijeet ‘sexylady7766’ Kumar took down the title and banked ₹81,145. [email protected]received the most significant share of the prize pool for his runner-up finish worth ₹90,598. Armaan ‘armaan007111’ Kochhar took home ₹70,305 of his third-place finish.

The other standout winners on Tuesday were Aditya ‘adit11’ Kulkarni and Anirban ‘nocluewho’ Das. Kulkarni posted 2 FT finishes on PokerBaazi that included winning the Tuesday MonsterStack. Das also managed 2 FT finishes that included winning the INSCOOP Supersonic title.

The other Tuesday winners were:

PlayerPrize MoneyEventPoker Site
Aditya 'adit11' Kulkarni₹99,480Grinders#9 Tuesday MonsterStack ₹4 Lakhs GTD
Aman ‘KarmaPoker77’ Parakh₹71,662INSCOOP-112 Bigstack Turbo ₹4 Lakhs GTD
PokerStars India
Vikram ‘GreenSTUFF79’ Mishra₹66,295INSCOOP-108 Ultra KO 75%₹2 Lakhs GTD
PokerStars India
Kunal ‘cvc’ Sharma₹63,450Night Rider DeepStack Turbo ₹3 Lakhs GTDSpartan Poker
pokamocha27₹47,898Ultimate PLO ₹2.5 Lakhs GTDSpartan Poker
Suyog ‘A$hwatthama’ Gaikwad₹47,562INSCOOP-115 Ultrasonic ₹2 Lakhs GTDPokerStars India
RiveRat₹26,400Battlefield Tuesday 1 Lakh GTDPoker Dangal
Acespower₹25,000Pocket Lunch 1 Lakh GTD
Pocket 52
Zingo3994₹25,000Gladiator 1 Lakh GTDPocket52
Ashu079₹7,452Under The Gun ₹20K GTD PLOKhelo365
Chancetaker₹5,376Grinder ₹15K GTD NLHEKhelo365


Mega Stack 25 Lakhs GTD – Spartan Poker

Buy-in – ₹3,300

Entries – 360

Re-entries – 138

Rebuys – 221

Prize Pool – ₹25,00,000

Places Paid – 71

Top of the totem pole in guarantees on Tuesday, Spartan Poker`s ₹3,300 buy-in Mega Stack ran with a whopping ₹25 Lakhs GTD. The turnout of 719 entries (360 unique, 138 re-entries, and 221 rebuys) was not enough for the event to meet its guarantee, and the site had to fill in the ₹3.43 Lakhs shortfall.

It was the anonymous reg ‘masterbluff’ who championed this marquee tourney to win ₹4.23 Lakhs after defeating ‘wcr185’ heads-up. The latter pocketed a ₹3.63 Lakhs for placing second.

The final table was once again replete with seasoned regs. ‘BackdoorMan,’ who had finished runner-up at the ReCharge yesterday, scored a third-place finish worth ₹2.17 Lakhs. The other notable FT scorers included Manish ‘potlords’ Gandhi (5th for ₹1.34 Lakhs), former WSOP champion Aditya ‘SuperuSer’ Sushant (6th for ₹1.05 Lakhs), VikramVed ‘swingtrader’ Batra (8th for₹55,250) and Anant ‘Pro’ Purohit (9th for ₹43,750).

Final Table Results

  1. masterbluff -₹4,23,170*
  2. wcr185 -₹3,63,329*
  3. BackdoorMan -₹2,17,500
  4. pofunder -₹1,71,500
  5. Manish ‘potlords’ Gandhi -₹1,34,750
  6. Aditya ‘SuperuSer’ Sushant -₹1,05,250
  7. jason -₹79,250
  8. VikramVed ‘swingtrader’ Batra -₹55,250
  9. Anant ‘Pro’ Purohit -₹43,750

*denotes head-up deal


The Endeavour 15 Lakhs GTD – PokerBaazi

Buy-in – ₹3,850

Entries – 273

Re-Entries – 284

Prize Pool – ₹19,50,000

Places Paid – 63

A whooping 19.50 Lakhs prize pool collection on the back of a massive 557-entry field (273 unique and 284 re-entries) made The Endeavour ₹15 Lakhs GTD a smashing success last night.

Racing ahead of the competition was online regular Sandy ‘Ziigmund’ Lamba, who defeated ‘md20’ heads-up to win ₹3.79 Lakhs in prize money. The latter earned a paycheque for ₹2.66 Lakhs for finishing runner-up.

The star-studded final table featured the likes of Rohan ‘AnshAA’ Soman (3rd for ₹1.71 Lakhs), Aditya ‘adikumar2010’ Kumar (4th for ₹1.26 Lakhs), Chirag ‘miyagi’ Sodha (5th for ₹94,750), Ankit ‘akj290’ Jajodia (7th for ₹63,360), PokerGuru Ambassador Ratul ‘luna’ Steves (8th for ₹50,490), and Kiran ‘pocketjs’ YK (9th for ₹38,020).

Sandy Lamba
Sandy Lamba


Final Table Results

  1. Sandy ‘Ziigmund’ Lamba -₹3,79,000
  2. md20 -₹2,66,000
  3. Rohan ‘AnshAA’ Soman -₹1,71,000
  4. Aditya ‘adikumar2010’ Kumar -₹1,26,000
  5. Chirag ‘miyagi’ Sodha -₹94,750
  6. Adimaddy -₹76,030
  7. Ankit ‘akj290’ Jajodia -₹63,360
  8. Ratul ‘luna’ Steves -₹50,490
  9. Kiran ‘pocketjs’ YK -₹38,020


INSCOOP-110 Sixth Sense 15 Lakhs GTD – PokerStars India

Buy-In – ₹4,400

Entries – 201

Re-Entries – 169

Total Prize Pool – ₹15,00,000

Places Paid – 71

Storming past a field of 370 entries (201 unique and 169 re-entries), PokerGuru Ambassador Vivek ‘Mystic Peaks’ Singh took down the INSCOOP Sixth Sense ₹15 Lakhs GTD for ₹2.59 Lakhs in prize money.

The tourney was hit by an overlay of ₹20,000, and the top 71 places got paid.

Young Gun Gaurav ‘3betPanda’ Sood finished 9th for ₹30,362.

Vivek Singh
Vivek Singh


Final Table Results

Vivek ‘Mystic Peaks’ Singh -₹2,59,443

imhobadshah -₹1,84,306

MasterBet10 -₹1,30,930

Sriko5 -₹93,011

MH1024 -₹66,075

uv_007 -₹46,939

dhruvchugh95 -₹37,751

guns4655 -₹30,362

Gaurav ‘3betPanda’ Sood -₹30,362


The Race 10 Lakhs GTD – Spartan Poker

Buy-in – ₹1,650

Entries – 302

Re-entries – 89

Rebuys – 195

Prize Pool – ₹10,00,000

Places Paid – 55

The other Tuesday marquee tourney on Spartan Poker, the ₹1,650 buy-in The Race ₹10 Lakhs GTD attracted 586 entries (302 unique, 89 re-entries, and 195 rebuys). The tourney suffered an overlay of ₹1.21 Lakhs, offering great value to all participating players.

Only the final 55 contenders could cross the money line. Walking away with the lion`s share of the spoils was MTT specialist Aman ‘KarmaPoker’ Parakh.

Parakh has been on a sprint in recent weeks. On May 15, he took down PokerBaazi’s PMVS The Ridge for 2.52 Lakhs and has final-tabled six events since Sunday, his biggest score coming in the Deep Freeze ₹5 Lakhs GTD that he won on Monday for ₹1.37 Lakhs. Parakh`s consistency has earned him the top spot on the monthly TLB Leaderboard. The Race title fetched him the top prize of ₹1.94 Lakhs.

Mohit ‘TurnYourAce’ Kankaria (3rd for ₹88,900), Dhawal ‘Pokerpro5553’ Bagaria (4th for ₹71,900), Neeraj ‘SelfClaimedPros’ Kumar (7th for ₹32,600), and Ashish ‘100dagar’ Dixit (9th for ₹19,100) posted a deep run in the tourney.

Aman Parakh
Aman Parakh


Final Table Results

  1. Aman ‘KarmaPoker’ Parakh -₹1,94,000
  2. champion2020 -₹1,23,000
  3. Mohit ‘TurnYourAce’ Kankaria -₹88,900
  4. Dhawal ‘Pokerpro5553’ Bagaria -₹71,900
  5. abhisk9646 -₹56,900
  6. arungeo95 -₹43,800
  7. Neeraj ‘SelfClaimedPros’ Kumar -₹32,600
  8. MidStakeGrinder -₹23,600
  9. Ashish ‘100dagar’ Dixit -₹19,100


Hitman 7.5 Lakhs GTD Adda52

Buy-in – ₹4,500

Entries – 144

Re-Entries – 123

Prize Pool – ₹8,54,402

Places Paid – 27

Despite the boycott demand by the regs, Adda52’s Hitman was able to avert an overlay. The ₹7.5 Lakhs GTD tourney collected a guarantee-smashing ₹8.54 Lakhs prize pool on the back of a field of 267 entrants (144 unique and 123 re-entries).

After firing two bullets, Devrat ‘vickypune’ Singh claimed the ‘numero uno’ spot, along with a ₹2.22 Lakhs payday, while ‘SrinivasMangalore’ finished runner-up for ₹1.32 Lakhs.

An up-and-coming player, Singh had shipped this very event on April 14 for a personal-best ₹3.36 Lakhs. He won PokerBaazi’s Bout Mini ₹5 Lakhs GTD on April 20 for ₹1.18 Lakhs. At present, his recorded online earnings stand tall at ₹50.32 Lakhs.

The top 27 spots were assured payouts and the notable names that featured on the final table included Hitesh ‘buntai’ Batra (3rd for ₹99,538), Young Gun Arsh ‘bigggtymer’ Grover (4th for ₹72,624), Gagandeep ‘gaganhyd’ Singh (5th for ₹49,128) and Anirban ‘ajgar5’ D Das (6th for ₹36,312).

Devrat Singh
Devrat Singh


Final Table Results

  1. Devrat ‘vickypune’ Singh -₹2,22,144
  2. SrinivasMangalore -₹1,32,432
  3. Hitesh ‘buntai’ Batra -₹99,538
  4. Arsh ‘bigggtymer’ Grover -₹72,624
  5. Gagandeep ‘gaganhyd’ Singh -₹49,128
  6. Anirban ‘ajgar5’ D Das -₹36,312
  7. vijaydee -₹27,768
  8. pahwa_p -₹21,360
  9. sammybhai -₹17,088


INSCOOP-106 Super Tuesday 5 Lakhs GTD – PokerStars India

Buy-In – ₹2,500

Entries – 92

Re-Entries – 51

Prize Pool – ₹5,00,000

Places Paid – 23

The other flagship event of the day on PokerStars India, the INSCOOP Super Tuesday ₹5 Lakhs GTD, could only bring in 143 entrants (92 unique and 51 re-entries), resulting in a sizeable ₹1.74 Lakhs shortfall.

Besting them all was Abhijeet ‘sexylady7766’ Kumar, who won ₹81,145 in cash prize following a three-way deal with [email protected](2nd for ₹90,598) and Armaan ‘armaan007111’ Kochhar (3rd for ₹70,305).

Ankit ‘Bhoochal’ Saxena (5th for ₹33,752) and PokerGuru Ambassador Mithun ‘ThePokeRajaIN’ Mahesh (9th for ₹12,332) posted FT scores.

Final Table Results

  1. Abhijeet ‘sexylady7766’ Kumar -₹81,145*
  2. [email protected] -₹90,598*
  3. Armaan ‘armaan007111’ Kochhar -₹70,305*
  4. Corpo08 -₹44,736
  5. Ankit ‘Bhoochal’ Saxena -₹33,752
  6. RadhikaC -₹25,465
  7. SlickkkBob -₹19,213
  8. ButtonRaiseSS -₹14,496
  9. Mithun‘ThePokeRajaIN’ Mahesh -₹12,332

*denotes three-way deal


UVS #14 Monster Stack 5 Lakhs GTD – Spartan Poker

Buy-in – ₹1,650

Entries – 186

Re-entries – 40

Rebuys – 93

Prize Pool – ₹5,00,000

Places Paid – 31

Topping a field of 319 entries (186 unique, 40 re-entries and 93 rebuys), ‘lex_veldi82’ took down the ₹1,650 buy-in UVS Monster for ₹80,284. The player struck a deal with Pranay ‘kabira speaking’ Chawla and ‘SAMWELL TARLY’ before shipping the tourney. Chawla took home a runner-up payday worth ₹77,613, while the third-place finisher took home ₹68,353.

The tournament suffered an overlay of ₹21,500 on its ₹5 Lakhs guaranteed prize pool, and Neeraj ‘SelfClaimedPros’ Kumar (9th for ₹10,800) was the only other known player on the FT.

Runner-up Pranay Chawla
Runner-up Pranay Chawla


Final Table Results

  1. lex_veldi82 -₹80,284*
  2. Pranay ‘kabira speaking’ Chawla -₹77,613*
  3. SAMWELL TARLY -₹68,353*
  4. nish1989 -₹40,700
  5. Croma -₹32,200
  6. zhopdi -₹24,450
  7. paujo -₹17,850
  8. Dragon Kewe -₹13,050
  9. Neeraj ‘SelfClaimedPros’ Kumar -₹10,800

*denotes three-way deal


Grinders#9 Tuesday MonsterStack 4 Lakhs GTD – PokerBaazi

Buy-in – ₹2,200

Entries – 112

Re-Entries – 69

Prize Pool – ₹4,00,000

Places Paid – 21

Aditya ‘adit11’ Kulkarni outdueled Harsh ‘harsh1327’ Bubna in The Grinders Tuesday MonsterStack to win ₹99,480. Bubna walked away with ₹69,720 for finishing runner-up.

Aditya Kulkarni
Aditya Kulkarni


The event booked a loss worth ₹68,000 on the posted ₹4 Lakhs guarantee after attracting 181 entries (112 unique and 69 re-entries).

Other notable players who FT’ed the tourney included Animesh ‘animeshth20’ Thakur (3rd for ₹44,840), Chakshu ‘cf123’ Ahuja (4th for ₹33,200), Nishant ‘stockfull’ Pandey (5th for ₹24,920), Monish ‘monish1965’ Kumar (6th for ₹19,920), Vikram ‘vikrambatra’ Ved Batra (8th for ₹13,280), and Rahul ‘chanakyax’ Bhura (9th for ₹9,920).


INSCOOP-112 Bigstack Turbo 4 Lakhs GTD – PokerStars India

Buy-in – ₹2,500

Entries – 120

Re-Entries – 45

Prize Pool – ₹4,00,000

Places Paid – 31

The star of the day, Aman ‘KarmaPoker77’ Parakh, took down the INSCOOP Bigstack Turbo ₹4 Lakhs GTD, collecting ₹71,662 in prize money after cutting a heads-up deal with an anonymous user ‘novice432’(runner-up for₹62,160). This was the second title he won on Tuesday.

The event suffered an overlay of ₹24,625 on the back of a field of 165 entries (120 unique entrants and 45 re-entries), and the top 31 places got paid.

Rohan ‘RSmincer’ Soman, who took third place in The Endeavour, finished 8th in the tourney for ₹10,661.


Hexagram 3 Lakhs GTD Adda52

Buy-in – ₹2,200

Entries – 92

Re-Entries – 75

Prize Pool – ₹3,34,000

Places Paid – 17

Adda52`s daily feature, Hexagram ₹3 Lakhs GTD, like the Hitman was able to avoid an overlay as a turnout of 167 hopefuls (92 unique and 75 re-entries) helped collect a prize pool worth ₹3.34 Lakhs. Unknown user ‘harison’ topped the field and banked a top prize of ₹79,167, following a heads-up chop with ‘fitzmagic’ (runner-up for ₹72,803).

Neeraj ‘kumartomar’ Kumar (6th for ₹15,030), Naresh ‘fireexit’ Rathnam (7th for ₹12,525), and Abhishek ‘abhiom’ Chhajer (8th for ₹9,185) final tabled the event.

‘SrinivasMangalore,’ who had placed second in the Hitman, finished ninth in the Hexagram for ₹7,515.


Night Rider DeepStack Turbo 3 Lakhs GTD – Spartan Poker

Buy-in – ₹880

Entries – 161

Re-entries – 50

Rebuys – 119

Prize Pool – ₹3,00,000

Places Paid – 31

The aggressive guarantees in the flagship tourneys at Spartan Poker again resulted in a loss for the site as the Night Rider DeepStack Turbo ₹3 Lakhs GTD booked an overlay of ₹36,000.

The tourney logged in 330 entries (161 unique, 50 re-entries and 119 rebuys), and topping them all was a familiar name – Kunal ‘cvc’ Sharma – who defeated ‘KidChaos24’ (runner-up for ₹42,720) heads-up to win the ₹63,450 up top.

Kunal Sharma
Kunal Sharma


The final 31 finishers earned a payout. Nikunj ‘livelynik’ Doshi finished 5th for ₹19,320.


Ultimate PLO 2.5 Lakhs GTD – Spartan Poker

Buy-in – ₹2,200

Entries – 50

Re-entries – 22

Rebuys – 52

Prize Pool – ₹2,50,000

Places Paid – 9

A total of 124 contenders (50 unique, 22 re-entries and 22 rebuys) signed up to play the Ultimate PLO ₹2.5 Lakhs GTD on Spartan Poker. Like most tourneys like night, here too, there was an overlay though the loss was a marginal ₹2,000.

The ReCharge winner from Monday, ‘pokamocha27, ’ came out on top to win the tourney after striking a four-way deal with ‘PokerStar090’ (runner-up for ₹46,785), ‘sagar.ro-pg2’ (3rd for ₹46,398), and ‘Bhalthu’ (4th for ₹44,169).

Bhanu ‘Spectre’ Prakash (5th for₹17,720), Piyush ‘BlackMamba’ Gaikwad (7th for ₹9,970), and Siddharth ‘Devils Advocate’ Ranshevre (9th for ₹7,500) posted FT finishes.


INSCOOP-108 Ultra KO 75%2 Lakhs GTD – PokerStars India

Buy-in – ₹1,650

Entries – 85

Re-Entries – 48

Total Prize Pool – ₹2,00,000

Regular Prize Pool – ₹50,375

Total Prize Pool – ₹1,49,625

Places Paid – 14

A total of 133 entries (85 unique and 48 re-entries) ponied up the ₹1,650 buy-in to enter the INSCOOP Ultra KO 75% ₹2 Lakhs GTD last night.

Championing the tourney was site reg Vikram ‘GreenSTUFF79’ Mishra, who took away ₹47,898 in cash prize after defeating ‘realruny’ (2nd for ₹23,686) in the heads-up play.

Vikram Mishra
Vikram Mishra


Amar ‘AceConsultant’ Mehta (5th for ₹9,676), Anirban ‘nocluewho’ D Das (7th for₹3,605), and Sreeharsha ‘DonkeyCommitted’ Boneni (9th for ₹4,611) posted FT scores.


INSCOOP-115 Ultrasonic 2 Lakhs GTD – PokerStars India

Buy-in – ₹990

Entries – 151

Re-Entries – 90

Total Prize Pool – ₹2,16,900

Regular Prize Pool – ₹1,08,450

Total Prize Pool – ₹1,08,450

Places Paid – 35

Suyog ‘A$hwatthama’ Gaikwad locked horns with Rocky ‘ravenvlaw410’ Gehlot in the heads-up play in the INSCOOP Ultrasonic ₹2 Lakhs GTD. It was the former who eventually prevailed and won ₹47,562. Gehlot settled for the runner-up spot and the ₹24,429 that came with it.

A total of 241 hopefuls (151 unique and 90 re-entries) entered the tourney to create the 2.16 Lakhs prize pool, and the top 35 places got paid.


Battlefield Tuesday 1 Lakh GTD – Poker Dangal

Buy-in – ₹1,100

Entries – 56

Rebuys – 54

Prize Pool – ₹1,10,000

Places Paid – 17

‘RiveRat’ emerged victorious in Poker Dangal’s Battlefield Tuesday 1 Lakh GTD and collected ₹26,400 towards first-place prize money. The event surpassed its advertised guarantee by ₹10,000 after engaging 110 entries (56 unique and 54 rebuys).

Site regulars Arunav ‘frankie08’ Mittal (4th for ₹9,900) and Dheeraj ‘Dangerplayer’ Grover (6th for ₹5,500) posted FT finishes.


Pocket Lunch 1 Lakh GTD – Pocket52

Buy-in – ₹1,100

Entries – 65

Re-Entries – 35

Prize Pool – ₹1,00,000

Places Paid – 18

‘Acespower’ took down Pocket52’s Pocket Lunch 1 Lakh GTD for ₹25,000 after defeating ‘Kaptan’ (runner-up for ₹15,500) heads-up. The tourney attracted a total of 100 entries (65 unique and 35 re-entries), helping the tourney to break-even on its posted guarantee.


Gladiator 1 Lakh GTD – Pocket52

Buy-in – ₹870

Entries – 88

Re-Entries – 24

Prize Pool – ₹1,00,000

Places Paid – 18

The Gladiator 1 Lakh GTD was taken down by ‘Zingo3994,’ who bested Ladybird (runner-up for ₹15,500) to win ₹25,000.

The event suffered an overlay ₹10,400 after bringing together a player-field of 112 entries (88 unique and 24 re-entries).


Under The Gun 20K GTD PLO – Khelo365

Buy-in – ₹330

Entries – 35

Re-Entries – 34

Prize Pool – ₹20,700

Places Paid – 7

Khelo365’s Under The Gun ₹20K GTD PLO collected a prize pool worth ₹20,700 on the back of a field of 69 entries (35 unique and 34 re-entries).

‘Ashu079’ was the last player standing in the event and won ₹7,452 after defeating ‘Belivesek’ (runner-up for ₹4,140) heads-up.


Grinder 15K GTD NLHE – Khelo365

Buy-in – ₹220

Entries – 45

Re-Entries – 39

Prize Pool – ₹16,800

Places Paid – 9

Khelo365’s Grinder ₹15K GTD NLHE drew 84 hopefuls (45 unique and 39 re-entries) to accrue ₹16,800 in the prize pool. Topping them all was Chancetaker who beat out ‘Ashu079’ (runner-up for ₹3,360) heads-up to win ₹5,376.


This report was updated at 2:30 PM on 20.05.2020.

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