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Daily Majors: Sanish Chhabra Wins INCOOP Main Event For ₹14.52 Lakhs

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  • RUPAM THAKUR September 23, 2020
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Not much changed on Tuesday with the vast majority of the flagships registering massive overlays. The day`s highlight, the ₹1 Crore GTD INCOOP Main Event, had 18 players from a starting field of 884 entries returning for the final day`s play. MTT reg Sanish ‘sneakysani’ Chhabra was declared the first-ever INCOOP Main Event champion and won ₹14.52 Lakhs after striking a three-way deal.

Here`s the complete recap of the day`s highlights.

 

Spartan Poker

Spartan Poker-hosted ₹18 Lakhs GTD Mega Stack logged in 535 entries on its latest run, overlaying ₹1.95 Lakhs. After almost eight hours of rigorous play, ‘borntrouble’ came out on top to win ₹3.49 Lakhs with Young Gun Anmol ‘Anzzzzz’ Mehta finishing runner-up for ₹2.21 Lakhs.

Featuring among the top 20 winners this year, ‘borntrouble’ had placed fourth in the GPS #56 ₹2 Crores GTD Main Event last week for ₹9.64 Lakhs. Meanwhile, runner-up Mehta boosted his online record to ₹2.64 Crores with this score.

Runner-up Anmol Mehta
Runner-up Anmol Mehta

 

The ₹7 Lakhs GTD Race registered 484 entries, collecting a guarantee-crushing ₹7.26 Lakhs prize pool. It took seven hours of play before the Game Changer 3.0 champion Siddhanth ‘sidstack’ Kripalani had all the chips in play to win ₹1.46 Lakhs. The runner-up ‘VishalMaharaj’ received ₹96,775 for their efforts.

Siddhanth Kripalani
Siddhanth Kripalani

 

Kripalani posted a second FT finish in Adda52’s The Mint for ₹2.66 Lakhs in cumulative earnings yesterday. The Mumbai-based pro crossed ₹1.50 Crore in recorded winnings for the year after his breakout run last night.

 

PokerBaazi

PokerBaazi’s Tuesday flagship, The Endeavour, logged in 378 entries, falling ₹1.77 Lakhs short of its ₹15 Lakhs guarantee. The former Millionaire champion, Anujkumar ‘aatmaan’ Kodam, outlasted the competition to win ₹3.15 Lakhs with Rajat ‘LungFakeer’ Sharma pocketing ₹2.21 Lakhs for his runner-up finish.

Anujkumar Kodam
Anujkumar Kodam

 

Kodam is clearly on a roll; he had FT-ed two events on Monday and repeated the feat again last night, this time for even bigger gains of almost ₹3.50 Lakhs. His other FT score was a sixth-place finish in Spartan Poker’s The Race for ₹33,904. Kodam’s lifetime MTT scorecard reflects ₹1.46 Crores in winnings.

The ₹3 Lakhs GTD Tuesday MonsterStack registered 134 entries to post an overlay of ₹32,000. Ultimately, ’sanamj01’ came out on top to win ₹80,400, after besting ’7EVEN9INE’ (runner-up for ₹56,310) in the heads-up play.

 

Adda52

Headlining the Tuesday action on Adda52 was the ₹15 Lakhs GTD The Mint. The event logged in 373 entries to experience a shortfall of ₹1.95 Lakhs. Gagandeep ‘gaganhyd’ Singh powered his way to the top to win the winner`s paycheque of ₹3.75 Lakhs. This was Singh’s second-biggest score on Adda52, boosting his online record to ₹74.39 Lakhs.

Gagandeep Malik

 

PokerGuru Ambassador Ratul Steves placed runner-up in The Mint for ₹2.27 Lakhs. He had finished fourth in PokerStars India’s INCOOP-187 Main Event earlier last night for ₹6.21 Lakhs, collecting ₹8.48 Lakhs in total on Tuesday.

Runner-up Ratul Steves
Runner-up Ratul Steves

 

’Kartik_K’ (Quad KO 4-Max for ₹56,000) and ‘Cashton’ (Afternoon Adda for ₹45,362) were the other prominent winners on Adda52.

 

PokerStars India

The INCOOP series is finally in the books! Bringing the curtains down on the series was the ₹1 Crore GTD Main Event that had 884 entries signing up to register a whopping ₹11.60 Lakhs shortfall. The final day of the marathon 3-day tourney began with 18 players chasing the title. MTT reg Sanish ‘sneakysani’ Chhabra outplayed a very competitive final table to win the INCOOP Main Event title for a career-best ₹14.52 Lakhs after striking a three-way deal with ‘aabha’ (2nd for ₹12.09 Lakhs) and Avijit ‘SwangoRay’ Jaiswal (3rd for ₹10.73 Lakhs).

Sanish Chhabra
Sanish Chhabra

 

The other marquee tourney running on the site, the ₹6 Lakhs GTD Sixth Sense mustered 178 entries, overlaying ₹66,000. GudThimma’ was the last player standing and won ₹1.15 Lakhs. The runner-up, Shravan ‘lukBo$$13’ Chhabria, settled for a ₹85,124 payday.

Runner-up Shravan Chhabria
Runner-up Shravan Chhabria

 

The other Tuesday winners were:

PlayerPrize MoneyEventPoker Site
guns4655
₹70,863Uppercut Mini ₹4 Lakhs GTDPokerStars India
Phanindra ‘k9akkin’ Akkina₹61,927Monster Stack ₹2.5 Lakhs GTDSpartan Poker
Kartik_K₹56,000Quad KO 4-Max ₹2 Lakhs GTDAdda52
Guruprasad ‘DONKAKING’ Gupta₹50,207Ultimate PLO ₹2 Lakhs GTDSpartan Poker
Prakash7639₹50,000Gladiator ₹2.5 Lakhs GTDPocket52
Cashton₹45,362Afternoon Adda ₹2 Lakhs GTDAdda52
MansaMusa₹36,240Night Rider – DeepStack Turbo ₹2.2 Lakhs GTDSpartan Poker
Sumeet ‘Sumitsingh199’ Rajpurohit₹35,000IMPS#17 Daily ₹2 Lakhs GTDPokerBaazi
knightgamer₹34,500Pocket Dinner ₹1.5 Lakhs GTDPocket52
Vicky3160₹34,500Pocket Lunch ₹1.5 Lakhs GTDPocket52
Anshu ‘nope11’ Pandey₹24,000Battlefield Tuesday (WTB) ₹1 Lakhs GTDPokerDangal
Proplr007₹10,350Under The Gun PLO ₹20K GTDKhelo365
apalece₹6,960Grinder 2.0 ₹20K GTDKhelo365

 

INCOOP-187 Main Event 1 Crore GTD – PokerStars India

Buy-in – ₹11,000

Entries – 439

Re-entries – 445

Prize Pool – ₹1,00,00,000

Places Paid – 143

The pièce de résistance of PokerStars India’s inaugural INCOOP series, the ₹1 Crore GTD Main Event, closed out its three-day run last night. The ₹11,000 entry buy-in tourney attracted 884 contenders, but it wasn’t enough to meet the massive guarantee. The site had to fill in a huge overlay of ₹11.6 Lakhs!

The final day had 18 runners returning to contend for the top honors. Day 3 kicked off at 7:30 PM and took under three hours to name a champion in Sanish ‘sneakysani’ Chhabra!

Chabbra clinched a whopping ₹14.51 Lakhs for the victory after cutting a three-way deal with ‘aabha’ (runner-up for ₹12.09 Lakhs) and Avijit ‘SwangoRay’ Jaiswal (3rd for ₹10.72 Lakhs).

A well-known MTT reg, Chhabra had entered Day 3 as the chip leader.

Sharad ‘sordykrd’ Rao bubbled the final table in 10th place for ₹85,761.

Chhabra competed against a star-studded final table that featured the likes of PokerGuru Ambassador’s Ratul ‘MuscariAs’ Steves (4th for ₹6.20 Lakhs) and Ankit ‘b00mtr00p3r’ Wadhawan (6th for ₹3.20 Lakhs), along with Sriharsha ‘1ll|1ll1|ll1|’ Doddapaneni (5th for ₹4.46 Lakhs) and Amar ‘PsykoEko’ B Iyer (8th for ₹1.65 Lakhs).

Final Table Results

  1. Sanish ‘sneakysani’ Chhabra – ₹14,51,947*
  2. aabha – ₹12,09,193*
  3. Avijit ‘SwangoRay’ Jaiswal – ₹10,72,708*
  4. Ratul ‘MuscariAs’ Steves – ₹6,20,712
  5. Sriharsha ‘1ll|1ll1|ll1|’ Doddapaneni – ₹4,46,297
  6. Ankit ‘b00mtr00p3r’ Wadhawan – ₹3,20,891
  7. hopster90 – ₹2,30,723
  8. Amar ‘PsykoEko’ B Iyer – ₹1,65,892
  9. LeezaDhawan – ₹1,19,277

*denotes three-way deal

 

Mega Stack 18 Lakhs GTD – Spartan Poker

Buy-in – ₹3,300

Entries – 260

Re-entries – 112

Rebuys – 163

Prize Pool – ₹18,00,000

Slotted in the primetime 8 PM, Spartan Poker`s ₹3,300 entry buy-in ₹18 Lakhs GTD Mega Stack attracted 535 entries to overlay ₹1.95 Lakhs.

Over seven-and-half hours of non-stop play, the field whittled to a heads-up showdown between ‘borntrouble’ and Young Gun Anmol ‘Anzzzzz’ Mehta. The former eventually proved dominant and captured the title for a ₹3.49 Lakhs payday.

‘borntrouble’s’ last major score was their fourth-place finish in GPS #56 ₹2 Crores GTD Main Event for ₹9.64 Lakhs on September 14.

Mehta is another consistent campaigner. Presently ranked #18 on the annual leaderboard, he had on September 18, final-tabled the ₹25 Lakhs The Elite, posting a sixth-place finish worth ₹1.77 Lakhs. Yesterday’s runner-up score worth ₹2.21 Lakhs has boosted his online record to ₹2.64 Crores.

Abhinash Kumar ‘QueenNine’ Nayak (3rd for ₹1.60 Lakhs), Arjun Kumar ‘Don Julio’ Kochhar (5th for ₹1.02 Lakhs), and Utkarsh ‘kidpokerNJ’ Vaish (6th for ₹78,840) FT-ed the tourney!

Final Table Results

  1. borntrouble – ₹3,49,200
  2. Anmol ‘Anzzzzz’ Mehta – ₹2,21,400
  3. Abhinash Kumar ‘QueenNine’ Nayak – ₹1,60,020
  4. ALOK. – ₹1,29,420
  5. Arjun Kumar ‘Don Julio’ Kochhar – ₹1,02,420
  6. Utkarsh ‘kidpokerNJ’ Vaish – ₹78,840
  7. ZaRosh – ₹58,680
  8. Mr.Bojangles – ₹42,480
  9. kasablanka – ₹34,380

 

The Mint 15 Lakhs GTD – Adda52

Buy-in – ₹3,850

Entries – 216

Re-entries – 157

Prize Pool – ₹15,00,000

Places Paid – 38

Adda52’s Tuesday signature tourney, the ₹15 Lakhs GTD The Mint, couldn`t avoid the overlay train. A turnout of 373 entries, each worth a ₹3,850 entry buy-in, left a gaping ₹1.94 Lakhs shortfall for the site to fill in.

Starting at 8 PM, it took almost eight hours to play down to a winner.

After a long dry spell, coming out on top was Gagandeep’ gaganhyd’ Singh, who defeated PokerGuru Ambassador Ratul’ riverking021’ Steves (runner-up for ₹2.27 Lakhs) heads-up to win ₹3.75 Lakhs.

The stacked FT consisted of prominent names like The Race champion Siddhanth ‘Sidstack’ Kripalani (4th for ₹1.20 Lakhs), Harsh ‘BuddhaBhikari’ Dembla (5th for ₹81,000), PokerGuru Ambassador Ankit ‘d00mtr00p3r’ Wadhawan (7th for ₹45,000), and Young Gun Shardul ‘vamos96’ Parthasarathi (8th for ₹37,500).

Final Table Results

  1. Gagandeep ‘gaganhyd’ Singh – ₹3,75,000
  2. Ratul ‘riverking021’ Steves – ₹2,27,250
  3. BREEZEE – ₹1,65,000
  4. Siddhanth ‘Sidstack’ Kripalani – ₹1,20,000
  5. Harsh ‘BuddhaBhikari’ Dembla – ₹81,000
  6. Krifard – ₹56,250
  7. Ankit ‘d00mtr00p3r’ Wadhawan – ₹45,000
  8. Shardul ‘vamos96’ Parthasarathi – ₹37,500

 

The Endeavour 15 Lakhs GTD – PokerBaazi

Buy-in – ₹3,850

Entries – 183

Re-entries – 195

Prize Pool – ₹15,00,000

Places Paid – 45

PokerBaazi`s ₹15 Lakhs GTD The Endeavour gathered 378 participants that bought in for ₹3,850 to leave a significant ₹1.77 Lakhs deficit.

Persisting with his fantastic form, Young Gun Anujkumar aatmaan’ Kodam championed the field to add another ₹3.15 Lakhs to his burgeoning bankroll. Well-known pro Rajat ‘LungFakeer’ Sharma finished runner-up for ₹2.21 Lakhs.

This was the second consecutive day that Kodam FT-ed two tourneys as he also finished sixth in The Race on Spartan Poker for ₹33,904. On Monday, Kodam had finished fourth in Adda52’s Inception and second in PokerBaazi’s The Bout.

The other notable FT finishers included PokerGuru Ambassador Shashank ‘indianrat’ Desai (3rd for ₹1,42,000), Rajat ‘happyfish’ Mahajan (5th for ₹78,750), Sanket ‘blackcod’ Arora (6th for ₹63,000), Sunday’s BSS SuperStack ₹25 Lakhs GTD runner-up Gaurav ‘kira1545’ Kaul (7th for ₹52,500), and PokerGuru Ambassador Nadeem ‘SpadeHunter’ Basha (8th for ₹42,000).

Runner-up Rajat Sharma
Runner-up Rajat Sharma

 

Final Table Results

  1. Anujkumar ‘aatmaan’ Kodam – ₹3,15,000
  2. Rajat ‘LungFakeer’ Sharma – ₹2,21,000
  3. Shashank ‘indianrat’ Desai – ₹1,42,000
  4. Blonde – ₹1,05,000
  5. Rajat ‘happyfish’ Mahajan – ₹78,750
  6. Sanket ‘blackcod’ Arora – ₹63,000
  7. Gaurav ‘kira1545’ Kaul – ₹52,500
  8. Nadeem ‘SpadeHunter’ Basha – ₹42,000

 

The Race 7 Lakhs GTD – Spartan Poker

Buy-in – ₹1,650

Entries – 230

Re-entries – 69

Rebuys – 185

Prize Pool – ₹7,26,000

Places Paid – 39

The ₹7 Lakhs GTD The Race began 90 minutes after the Mega Stack on Spartan Poker. By the time the late registrations closed, 484 entries had already been accounted for, making for a profitable ₹7.26 Lakhs in the prize pool.

After more than seven hours, the Game Changer 3.0 champion Siddhanth ‘sidstack’ Kripalani outlasted the field to add another title to his tally and ₹1.45 Lakhs on his scorecard. ‘VishalMaharaj’ finished runner-up for ₹96,775.

Kripalani also ran deep in Adda52’s The Mint, where he finished fourth for ₹1.20 Lakhs, to collectively add ₹2.66 Lakhs to his kitty last night.

The Endeavour champion Anujkumar ‘aatmaan108’ Kodam (6th for ₹33,904) and Vaibhav ‘Vakeel_sahab’ Arora (7th for ₹24,901) posted FT scores.

Final Table Results

  1. Siddhanth ‘sidstack’ Kripalani – ₹1,45,563
  2. VishalMaharaj – ₹96,775
  3. American Airlines – ₹70,785
  4. pot-pan – ₹57,136
  5. devilll9 – ₹44,794
  6. Anujkumar ‘aatmaan108’ Kodam – ₹33,904
  7. Vaibhav ‘Vakeel_sahab’ Arora – ₹24,901
  8. ingloriousbasterds – ₹18,295
  9. RK0503 – ₹15,173

 

Sixth Sense 6 Lakhs GTD – PokerStars India

Buy-in – ₹3,300

Entries – 100

Re-entries – 78

Prize Pool – ₹6,00,000

Places Paid – 29

PokerStars India`s ₹6 Lakhs GTD Sixth Sense wrangled in 178 participants, resulting in a ₹66,000 shortfall.

Mystery user ‘GudThimma’ championed the tourney to win ₹1.15 Lakhs after besting seasoned pro Shravan ‘lukBo$$13’ Chhabria (runner-up for ₹85,124) heads-up.

The anonymous champion has ₹8.74 Lakhs in recorded earnings on PokerStars India with a net profit of ₹16,626, after this score.

PokerGuru Ambassador Laksh ‘B00MTilt23’ Pal Singh was the only other notable on the seven-player final table, and he finished third for ₹62,888.

Final Table Results

  1. GudThimma – ₹1,15,222
  2. Shravan ‘lukBo$$13’ Chhabria – ₹85,124
  3. Laksh ‘B00MTilt23’ Pal Singh – ₹62,888
  4. yashos13 – ₹46,461
  5. Ricky000029 $$$ – ₹34,324
  6. bluewhale17 – ₹25,358
  7. kosmoz21 – ₹20,814

 

Tuesday MonsterStack 3 Lakhs GTD – PokerBaazi

Buy-in – ₹2,200

Entries – 97

Re-entries – 37

Prize Pool – ₹3,00,000

Places Paid – 15

Like the other Tuesday marquees, even the ₹3 Lakhs GTD Tuesday MonsterStack fell ₹32,000 short of its advertised guarantee.

The mystery user ‘sanamj01’ was the last player standing and won ₹80,400.7EVEN9INE’ finished runner-up for ₹56,310.

Ritwik ‘Ritwikkhanna’ Khanna (4th for ₹26,820), Harrish ‘Realfc’ Chaudary (5th for ₹20,100), Rajneesh ‘msdhoni’ Thakur (6th for ₹16,080), and Myron ‘priyankAAchoprAA’ Pereira (9th for ₹8,040) FT-ed the tourney.

 

Gladiator 2.5 Lakhs GTD – Pocket52

Buy-in – ₹1,250

Entries – 141

Re-entries – 57

Prize Pool – ₹2,50,000

Places Paid – 30

Pocket52`s ₹2.5 Lakhs GTD Gladiator got walloped for ₹27,250 after registering 198 runners.

‘Prakash7639’ decimated the competition to win ₹50,000 after defeating ‘TimeLoop’ (runner-up for ₹35,625) heads-up.

Raj ‘Fireman’ Kumar Gahlot (3rd for ₹25,000), Karan ‘Karannthakker’ Thakker (4th for ₹17,500), and Amit ‘SachinTendulkar’ Kumar Sahu (6th for ₹10,000) FT-ed the tourney.

 

Pocket Lunch 1.5 Lakhs GTD– Pocket52

Buy-in – ₹1,100

Entries – 85

Re-entries – 46

Prize Pool – ₹1,50,000

Places Paid – 27

The ₹1.5 Lakhs GTD Pocket Lunch drew 131 entrants to leave an overlay of ₹19,000, and the top 27 places got paid.

‘Vicky3160’ emerged the winner, banking ₹34,500 after beating ‘Easterdamz’ (runner-up for ₹21,000) in the heads-up play.

The only notable on the FT was Niteen ‘niteenplus’ Raj (6th for ₹6,750).

 

Pocket Dinner 1.5 Lakhs GTD – Pocket52

Buy-in – ₹1,100

Entries – 82

Re-entries – 50

Prize Pool – ₹1,50,000

Places Paid – 27

Pocket52’s ₹1.5 Lakhs GTD Pocket Dinner generated almost the same interest as the Pocket Lunch with 132 entries resulting in an overlay of ₹18,000.

The anonymous user ‘knightgamer’ shipped the event for ₹34,500, just as ‘Cannon’ came in second for ₹21,000.

Tanvir ‘jungliaunty’ Gulia (4th for ₹12,000) and Ankit ‘Ankkiii’ Pummy Talwar (6th for ₹6,750) FT-ed the tourney.

 

Battlefield Tuesday (WTB) 1 Lakhs GTD – PokerDangal

Buy-in – ₹1,100

Entries – 51

Rebuys – 43

Prize Pool – ₹1,00,000

Places Paid – 15

PokerDangal’s ₹1 Lakhs GTD Battlefield Tuesday fell six entries short of the 100-player guarantee.

Anshu ‘nope11’ Pandey was the last player standing and won ₹24,000 after beating ‘Anilkk’ (runner-up for ₹17,500) heads-up.

Anshu Pandey
Anshu Pandey

 

 

Under The Gun PLO 20K GTD – Khelo365

Buy-in – ₹330

Entries – 24

Re-entries – 4

Add-ons – 18

Rebuys – 23

Prize Pool – ₹20,700

Places Paid – 3

The ₹20K GTD Under The Gun PLO drew 69 runners, and the top three places took a stab at the ₹20,700 prize pool.

Site regular ‘Proplr007’ championed the tourney for ₹10,350, while ‘Ashu79’ pocketed ₹6,210 for finishing second.

 

Grinder 2.0 20K GTD – Khelo365

Buy-in – ₹275

Entries – 34

Re-entries – 10

Prize Pool – ₹20,000

Places Paid – 5

Anonymous user ‘apalece’ was the last player standing in the ₹20K GTD Grinder 2.0 to win ₹6,960.

 

This report was updated at 4 PM on 23.09.2020.

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