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It was the usual quiet on the virtual felts on Valentine’s Day as most of the Monday flagships ended up filling in overlays. Spartan Poker rolled out another edition of its Ultimate Value Series, offering the low to mid-stakes player a good enough incentive to drop their evening plans.
Last week’s Destiny winner Vishal Ojha grabbed the day`s single-biggest score worth ₹1.80 Lakhs after taking down PokerBaazi’s The Big Show. Kritagya Sharma came second for ₹1.26 Lakhs.
Akhil Pilla won the Iron Man on Adda52 for ₹1.77 Lakhs and chopped the title heads-up with Saksham Sharma (2nd for ₹1.50 Lakhs).
The two-time Sunday Superstack champion Archit Saraogi took down Spartan Poker’s ReCharge for ₹1.60 Lakhs following a three-way with Peush Singhvi (2nd for ₹1.21 Lakhs) and Aditya Pandita (3rd for ₹1.05 Lakhs).
The PokerStars India loyalist Devang Mehta made the Monday headlines as he took down Battle Royale for ₹1.14 Lakhs.
Anish Arora came out on top in PokerBaazi`s SPRINT to collect ₹1.13 Lakhs and bested Kovid Saraswat (2nd for ₹79,380) heads-up.
Vijay Pandit, Vivekk Dube, Shrey Baj, Ankit Singh, Kunal Yadav, Tanay Parekh, Karan Sitlani, Monish Kumar, and Ankur Aryan took down the other marquees!
Here are the Monday highlights!
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Spartan Poker`s ReCharge and Deepstack returned for their usual Monday run, but the budget players had reasons to rejoice with another edition of the Ultimate Value Series (UVS) getting underway.
The 8 PM slotted ReCharge brought in 383 runners, and with each of them ponying up ₹2,200 to enter, the event experienced an ₹86,000 overlay shortfall. Archit ‘Archit789′ Saraogi cut his way to the top and chopped the title three-way for ₹1.60 Lakhs, picking up his second title of the year. Peush ‘Daniel0617’ Singhvi (2nd for ₹1.21 Lakhs) and Aditya ‘LeoBaazoka’ Pandita (3rd for ₹1.05 Lakhs) banked the other top prizes, courtesy of the deal.
The ₹4 Lakhs GTD Deepstack logged in 329 entries, overlaying ₹71,000. After a little over seven hours of gameplay, the user ‘Oled’ came out on top to win ₹84,600. ‘ChintuDedha’ (2nd for ₹56,960), and last week`s Deepstack runner-up finisher, Peter ‘Sigmund’ Nazareth (3rd for ₹40,160).
The Ultimate Value Series had seven events running yesterday, and six of them played down to a winner. The user ‘LARA LARA’ shipped the day`s featured event, ₹4 Lakhs GTD UVS #4, for ₹72,716. He bested a 723-strong field and defeated Diwas ‘diwas’ Joshi (2nd for ₹53,484) heads-up. The event fell ₹38,500 short of its advertised guarantee, and 63 places got paid.
The former DPTXpress Burn N Turn champion Shrey ‘Kingsb30’ Baj also bagged a UVS title yesterday. He took down the ₹2.50 Lakhs GTD UVS #6 for ₹57,136 and ITM-ed three other events, collectively adding ₹86,814.
The only multi-flight event at the series, ₹15 Lakhs GTD, UVS – Everest, played out the first of its ten starting flights. Only 22 of the 177 hopefuls who signed up to play could carry a stack to Day 2. The user ‘Passion’ (306,019), Vignesh ‘LORDE’ Kumar (109,125), and ‘kd.’ (105,354) topped the day-end chip counts.
Ankit ‘GongZilla’ Singh (Won Night Rider – Monster Stack ₹1.75 Lakhs GTD for ₹47,616), ‘Allineveryone’ (Won UVS #3 Monster Stack ₹2.25 Lakhs GTD for ₹45,875), ‘Sammyy’ (Won UVS #2 ₹1.50 Lakhs GTD for ₹34,875), ‘El’Chapo’ (Won UVS#5 – ₹90K GTD for ₹17,460) and Ankur ‘showstopper89’ Aryan (Won UVS #1 ₹50K GTD for ₹11,611) won the other Spartan Poker marquees.
PokerBaazi’s ₹7.50 Lakhs GTD The Big Show had a terrific run last night and registered a 326-entry starting field. The top 36 places got to share the ₹8.15 Lakhs prize pool. It took under eight hours for last week’s Destiny winner, Vishal ‘Darky’ Ojha, to walk away with the title and the day’s single-largest score worth ₹1.80 Lakhs. Kritagya ‘Kritagya_17’ Sharma finished runner-up for ₹1.26 Lakhs.
Vishal Ojha also placed eighth in Adda52’s Voyager for ₹7,500, cumulatively earning ₹1.88 Lakhs. His online stats: Lifetime Winnings: ₹96.54 Lakhs | Lifetime Profits: ₹29.30 Lakhs | Titles Won in 2022: #2
The Big Show runner-up finisher Kritagya Sharma cashed the PLO Boost Monster (7th for ₹4,690), collectively filling in ₹1.31 Lakhs. His online stats: Lifetime Winnings: ₹1.38 Crores | Lifetime Profits: ₹13.43 Lakhs
Ashit ‘nexus010’ Sharma started the week on a positive note as he cashed four events last night for a collective ₹89,859. His ITM finishes include:
> 4th in PokerBaazi’s The Big Show for ₹60,147
> 7th in PokerStars India’s Battle Royale for ₹19,292
> 9th in PokerBaazi’s Daily Boost for ₹5,899
> 41st in Adda52’s Iron Man for ₹4,521
Ashit Sharma’s online stats: Lifetime Winnings: ₹3.27 Crores | Lifetime Profits: ₹75.68 Lakhs
The ₹5 Lakhs GTD (7-Max) SPRINT recorded a guarantee-crushing 360-entry field, and the top 45 places got a piece of the ₹5.40 Lakhs prize pool. Anish ‘PapaNegreanu’ Arora was the last player standing and won ₹1.13 Lakhs after pipping Kovid ‘fzzzyyy’ Saraswat (2nd for ₹79,380) in the heads-up showdown.
Anish Arora`s online stats: Lifetime Winnings: ₹80.92 Lakhs | Lifetime Profits: ₹15.91 Lakhs
Vivekk ‘Vivek25’ Dube (Won Daily Boost ₹2.50 Lakhs GTD for ₹59,060), ‘momina6’ (Won Hyper SPRINT ₹2 Lakhs GTD for ₹50,715), Kunal ‘callmeifyoucan’ Yadav (Won Daily Night SPRINT ₹1.50 Lakhs GTD for ₹41,036), ‘intervntion’ (Won Holdem BOOST ₹1.50 Lakhs GTD for ₹35,447), Karan ‘collingwood’ Sitlani (Won SPRINT 1 PM ₹1 Lakh GTD for ₹30,694), ‘Thankgod’ (Won SPRINT 1 AM ₹1 Lakh GTD for ₹27,256), ‘Crazynuts’ (Won PLO Boost Monster ₹1 Lakh GTD for ₹26,419), ‘ciferhound’ (Won Daily Afternoon SPRINT ₹1 Lakh GTD for ₹25,273), and ‘kausar111’ (Won Daily 5-max ₹50K GTD for ₹13,175) shipped the other PokerBaazi marquees.
The ₹5 Lakhs GTD Battle Royale had 138 hopefuls in the fray, and only 14 among them got to encash on the ₹1.55 Lakhs in overlays filled in by PokerStars India. Last week’s Battle Royale runner-up finisher Devang ‘Infic11’ Mehta finally redeemed himself as he took down the ₹2,750 buy-in event for ₹1.14 Lakhs (includes ₹52,344 in bounties). ‘The first women’ finished runner-up for ₹73,154 (includes ₹11,836 in bounties).
Devang Mehta made another deep run in the Afternoon on Stars (6th for ₹2,292), altogether banking ₹1.16 Lakhs. His PokerStars India stats: Site Winnings: ₹1.13 Crores | Site Profits: ₹12.44 Lakhs
Tanay ‘tanayp’ Parekh overcame the 79-entry field in the ₹1.50 Lakhs GTD Deepstack to win ₹37,989 (includes ₹13,545 in bounties), and was the top scorer among the nine players who got paid. Sandeep Varma ‘effuno007’ RS came second for ₹25,023 (includes ₹5,850 in bounties). The ₹1,375 buy-in event overlaid ₹51,250.
‘Xbox0710’ (Won Ultrasonic ₹1 Lakh GTD for ₹24,390), ‘Singh 025’ (Won Afternoon on Stars ₹50K GTD for ₹15,415) and ‘sonu201190’ (Won Deepstack ₹50K GTD for ₹13,325) won the other PokerStars India marquees.
Adda52`s ₹8 Lakhs GTD Iron Man clocked in 411 entries, each of them signing up for ₹2,200. The top 43 finishers took a bite out of the ₹8.22 Lakhs prize pool. Akhil ‘specter47’ Pilla outlasted them all to win the title for a career-best ₹1.76 Lakhs. He struck a heads-up deal with Saksham ‘Razorfish’ Sharma (2nd for ₹1.50 Lakhs).
Akhil Pilla`s online stats: Lifetime Winnings: ₹5.69 Lakhs | Lifetime Profits: ₹1.71 Lakhs
The ₹3 Lakhs GTD Voyager gathered a 277-entry field, resulting in the ₹1,100 buy-in event filling in ₹23,000 in overlays. Vijay ‘GajaniG’ Pandit was the last player standing and won ₹76,800. ‘Thebang02’ placed runner-up for ₹45,750.
‘maddy712’ (Won Dinner PLO Adda ₹50K GTD for ₹16,301), Monish ‘monish1965’ Kumar (Won Sundown Adda ₹50K GTD for ₹15,768), ‘Bujo’ (Won Freeze Out Adda ₹50K GTD for ₹15,731), ‘void191’ (Won Evening Adda ₹50K GTD for ₹10,340), and ‘carlo3004’ (Won Bounty Adda ₹60K GTD for ₹9,567) took down the other Adda52 marquees.
The MPL Poker user ‘Antima Bakshi’ won the ₹2 Lakhs GTD Monday Madness for ₹48,000, with ‘Kano’ placing runner-up for ₹32,500.
Khelo365`s ₹2 Lakhs GTD Valentine’s Day Special had 275 challengers vying for the title, and the top 15 places got paid. ‘edward’ banked the lion`s share of the prize money worth ₹56,000 after besting ‘Shyam93kr’ (2nd for ₹34,000) heads-up.
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