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Munot, Arya, & Yadav Win WPT Online Trophies; Vasan, & Pandey Champion Sunday Flagships

Sunday Online Railbird Report
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  • Attreyee K. Ganguly November 16, 2020
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Diwali greetings to all our readers from the entire team at PokerGuru! We hope all of you had a happy and safe Diwali.

Sunday wrapped up a hectic weekend on the virtual felts, primarily because Adda52’s WPT Online India was hosting five featured tourneys, most of which successfully smashed their prize pool guarantees!

It was a proud day for us as several of our Young Guns bagged titles and deep runs. Meanwhile, PokerGuru Ambassadors Ashish Munot and Arjanveer Singh Chadha each bagged a flagship title, with Vivek Singh picking up a runner-up finish.

Without further ado, here are the highlights of the Sunday tournaments!

 

Spartan Poker

Like the last two weekends, headlining the Sunday primetime action on Spartan Poker was the ₹35 Lakhs GTD Sunday Superstack. Gathering 668 participants, the ₹5,500 entry buy-in tourney missed its break-even mark by ₹1.60 Lakhs. After a little over nine hours of play, Bharat ‘dorasingh’ Vasan emerged victorious. Vasan defeated ‘Ntwadumela’ (runner-up for ₹4.27 Lakhs) heads-up to add ₹6.77 Lakhs to his bankroll.

Bharat Vasan
Bharat Vasan

 

Vasan had last won a title in Adda52’s ₹4.5 Lakhs GTD Hurricane on November 1. He came within touching distance of a second title yesterday, finishing runner-up in PokerBaazi’s BSS MegaStack for ₹89,729, taking his cumulative score on Sunday to about ₹7.66 Lakhs.

The other Sunday night marquee on Spartan Poker, the ₹8.50 Lakhs GTD Money Heist, recorded 229 entries, overlaying ₹1.63 Lakhs. Dusting off an over two-month-long title drought, Abhishek ‘uncle_scrooge’ Kumar claimed the title for ₹1.97 Lakhs. The first-ever INCOOP Main Event champion Sanish ‘Sanish21’ Chhabra banked ₹1.33 Lakhs for his runner-up finish.

Abhishek Kumar
Abhishek Kumar

 

Things will undoubtedly pick up the pace on the Spartan Poker felts once IPC`s first-ever Final Table Series (FTS) gets going later today.

 

PokerStars India

As usual, PokerStars India hosted two ₹15 Lakhs guaranteed tournaments on Sunday, the Sunday Special Progressive KO and the Sunday Highroller.

The Sunday Special Progressive KO, featuring a ₹5,500 entry buy-in, logged in 291 entries to record an overlay deficit of ₹45,000. Mahesh ‘masteroffelts’ Shyamsundar championed the event for ₹3.70 Lakhs even as Young Gun Arsh ‘BiggggTymeR’ Grover finished runner-up for ₹1.39 Lakhs. Grover has practically cemented his place at #2 in the annual rankings and currently commands a massive 3.45 Crores in winnings (2020).

Runner-up Arsh Grover
Runner-up Arsh Grover

 

The Sunday Highroller suffered more or less the same fate as the Sunday Special. After locking in 125 entries, the ₹11,000 buy-in tourney experienced an overlay of ₹2.50 Lakhs. PokerGuru Ambassador Arjanveer Singh ‘ballistik310’ Chadha obliterated the competition to win ₹3.27 Lakhs in first-place prize money. Singh outlasted fellow PokerGuru Ambassador and another Young Gun Vivek ‘Mystic Peaks’ Singh in the heads-up finale, and the latter took home ₹2.43 Lakhs in the second-place payout.

Arjanveer Singh Chadha
Arjanveer Singh Chadha

 

The annual leaderboard topper for the past 27 weeks and yet another Young Gun Gaurav ‘3betPanda’ Sood rounded out the top three podium finishes by locking in a third-place finish worth ₹1.80 Lakhs. In fact, the score helped Sood cross the ₹4 Crore-mark in annual winnings! He is now the only domestic circuit player to hold this distinction, having amassed a whopping ₹4,00,04,995 in 2020!

Gaurav Sood
Gaurav Sood

 

An unknown user ‘Mackyboy7777’ won the ₹1 Lakh GTD Sunday Supersonic for ₹18,721. The event garnered 94 entries, falling six entries short of its 100-player guarantee.

The Sunday night run of events has also brought an end to Week #2 of PokerStars India`s ‘Star of the Month’ – November Edition. Another 25 qualifiers have made it to the November Finale, with Sagar Choudhury leading the charts with 841 points. For more details, visit the “Star of the Month” page.

Sagar Choudhury
Sagar Choudhury

 

 

Adda52

The 11th day of the WPT Online India series hosted five big-ticket tournaments on Adda52, of which three awarded WPT trophies. Leading the charge was the ₹35 Lakhs GTD WPT India 6-Max Championship that clocked in 376 contenders, easily surpassing its advertised guarantee by a comfortable ₹2.60 Lakhs margin! Running from 9 PM to 5:55 AM, the event finally awarded the WPT Trophy to Pratibha ‘TeamRocket’ Arya. One of India’s more prominent female poker players, Arya bested Abhishek ‘abhisekchem86’ Mandal (runner-up for ₹5.69 Lakhs) in the heads-up play to bank the single-largest score of the day, a mouth-watering ₹9.40 Lakhs.

Pratibha Arya
Pratibha Arya

 

Next up was the ₹30 Lakhs GTD WPT Mega Stack that generated a colossal ₹36.15 Lakhs prize pool on the back of 233 participants. PokerGuru Ambassador Ashish ‘ragspoker’ Munot locked horns with Surbhit ‘grovahova’ Grover (runner-up for ₹5.24 Lakhs) in the heads-up battle. In the end, it was Munot to took home the title for ₹9.03 Lakhs. Munot, the 2019 WPT India Main Event champion, added a second WPT trophy to his collection. He also placed seventh in Spartan Poker’s Sunday SuperStack for ₹1.12 Lakhs, to collect a seven-figure haul worth ₹10.16 Lakhs. He currently has ₹3.95 Crores in lifetime online earnings and is a little under ₹5 Lakhs away from crossing the ₹4 Crore-mark in recorded winnings.

Ashish Munot
Ashish Munot

 

The multi-flight ₹25 Lakhs GTD WPT India Mini Main Event also played down to a winner last night. The tourney had commenced on November 11 and registered 2,704 entries across seven starting flights, posting a guarantee-smashing ₹27.04 Lakhs prize pool. A total of 310 entries advanced to Day 2, of which 296 runners were unique entries, and only the top 287 players were assured payouts. The event ultimately culminated at 4:39 AM on Monday, and it was former Millionaire champion and Young Gun Anuj ‘anuj25395’ Yadav who was the last player left standing. Yadav beat ‘NareshNow’ (runner-up for ₹2.94 Lakhs) in the heads-up showdown to claim his career-first WPT title, along with a ₹4.09 Lakhs winner’s paycheque.

Anuj Yadav
Anuj Yadav

 

Yadav also final tabled the WPT India 6 Max Championship, finishing third for ₹4.13 Lakhs, winning a cumulative ₹8.22 Lakhs on Sunday.

The ₹10 Lakhs GTD WPT Monster Turbo attracted 503 entries to generate ₹11.44 Lakhs in the prize pool. Another former Millionaire winner, Saurabh ‘saurabh21’ Rohila, shipped the event for ₹2.97 Lakhs, just as Ram ‘mowgumotu’ Kakkar came in second for ₹1.68 Lakhs.

Saurabh Rohila
Saurabh Rohila

 

The ₹5 Lakhs GTD WPT Classic yet again failed to meet its prize pool guarantee. After drawing in 305 entrants, the event recorded a deficit of ₹83,675. Juli ‘Lily8’ Kumari championed the tourney to win ₹1.25 Lakhs, while Sushant ‘Tryndamere’ Singh placed second for ₹75,750.

 

PokerBaazi

PokerBaazi’s Sunday staple, ₹20 Lakhs GTD BSS SuperStack, registered 362 entries, forcing the site to pitch in ₹1.90 Lakhs towards the overlay deficit. Following about eight hours of intense play, Siddharth ‘Siddonuts’ Pandey came out on top and pocketed ₹4.20 Lakhs. Shashank ‘Iverson003’ Shekhar secured the runner-up payout worth ₹2.94 Lakhs.

Siddharth Pandey
Siddharth Pandey

 

Pandey had a breakout run last night as he clinched back-to-back titles on PokerBaazi. While the BSS SuperStack victory was undoubtedly his most prominent win last night, he had started the day by shipping the ₹5 Lakhs GTD BSS Monster 6-Max for ₹1.24 Lakhs. With an overall ₹5.44 Lakhs in earnings on Sunday, his MTT record has crossed ₹3.30 Crores.

The other ₹5 Lakhs GTD event on PokerBazzi, the BSS MegaStack, saw ‘Dishvish’ race past a 215-entry field and collected the lion’s share of the ₹5.30 Lakhs prize pool worth ₹1.27 Lakhs. Spartan Poker’s Sunday SuperStack champion Bharat ‘Thinkfloyd’ Vasan came in second for ₹89,729.

The other Sunday winners were:

PlayerPrize AmountEventPoker Site
Chancetaker₹43,000Big Bang ₹1 Lakh GTDKhelo365
Rohin 'Comeback5' Bhansali₹41,500Ragnarok ₹2 Lakhs GTDPocket52
Pyaar₹36,080Turbo ₹1.5 Lakhs GTDPokerBaazi
Rise₹23,000Dominator ₹50K GTDKhelo365
Mackyboy7777₹18,721Sunday Supersonic ₹1 Lakh GTDPokerStars India
JonGregor₹13,800Rivered PLO ₹30K GTDKhelo365
Pappu 'Pappuhero20' Jaiswal₹12,500Unravel ₹50K GTDPocket52
yogendrameena₹8,500Bluff-Guard ₹50K GTDPocket52
acedealer₹7,200Grinder 2.0 ₹20K GTDKhelo365

 

WPT India 6 Max Championship 35 Lakhs GTD – Adda52

Buy-in – ₹11,000

Entries – 213

Re-entries – 163

Prize Pool – ₹37,60,000

Places Paid – 38

Boasting the most massive guarantee among the three WPT Trophy tournies running on Adda52 last night was the ₹35 Lakhs GTD WPT India 6-Max Championship. Commencing at 9 PM, the event logged in 376 entries (213 unique and 163 re-entries) by the end of late registrations. The event smashed its guarantee to collect a ₹37.60 Lakhs prize pool, and by the time the last hand got dealt, it was almost 6 in the morning.

Pratibha TeamRocket’ Arya, who was part of the 2018 Match IPL Season 2 winning team Haryana Hawks and was crowned the “Player of the League” for the season, pocketed a near seven-figure score of ₹9.40 Lakhs after beating Abhishek ‘abhisekchem86’ Mandal (runner-up for ₹5.69 Lakhs) in the heads-up play.

WPT India Mini Main Event Finale champion, Young Gun Anuj ‘anuj25395’ Yadav (3rd for ₹4.13 Lakhs), Himanshu ‘Himanshu_s’ Sehgal (4th for ₹3 Lakhs) and Advait ‘ronaldinho018’ Rajguru (5th for ₹2.03 Lakhs) also final tabled the event.

Final Table Results

  1. Pratibha ‘TeamRocket’ Arya – ₹9,40,000
  2. Abhisek ‘abhisekchem86’ Mandal – ₹5,69,640
  3. Anuj ‘anuj25395’ Yadav – ₹4,13,600
  4. Himanshu ‘Himanshu_s’ Sehgal – ₹3,00,800
  5. Advait ‘ronaldinho018’ Rajguru – ₹2,03,040
  6. ladypoker20 – ₹1,41,000

 

Sunday Superstack 35 Lakhs GTD – Spartan Poker

Buy-in – ₹5,500

Entries – 313

Re-entries – 150

Rebuys – 205

Prize Pool – ₹35,00,000

Places Paid – 63

The day`s featured tourney on Spartan Poker, the ₹35 Lakhs GTD Sunday Superstack registered an overlay of ₹1.60 Lakhs after only 668 entries (313 unique, 150 re-entries, and 313 rebuys) signed up to play.

The 8 PM tourney took a good nine hours to crown a champion, with circuit regular Bharat ‘dorasingh’ Vasan coming out on top to win a career-best ₹6.77 Lakhs after dominating his heads-up rival ‘Ntwadumela’ (runner-up for ₹4.27 Lakhs). Vasan now boasts over ₹1.26 Crores in lifetime online scores.

Gaurav ‘zillastar’ Bhandari (3rd for ₹3.06 Lakhs), the former Millionaire champion Arjun ‘lol this guy’ Pasricha (4th for ₹2.43 Lakhs), seasoned reg Sahil ‘Variance’ Agarwal (5th for ₹1.90 Lakhs), PokerGuru Ambassador Ashish ‘Donkey 07’ Munot (7th for ₹1.12 Lakhs), Shashank ‘Goldfish097’ Shekhar (8th for ₹79,800) and Sandeep Varma ‘effuno’ RS (9th for ₹63,700) FT-ed the tourney.

Final Table Results

  1. Bharat ‘dorasingh’ Vasan – ₹6,77,250
  2. Ntwadumela – ₹4,27,000
  3. Gaurav ‘zillastar’ Bhandari – ₹3,06,250
  4. Arjun ‘lol this guy’ Pasricha – ₹2,43,250
  5. Sahil ‘Variance’ Agarwal – ₹1,90,750
  6. sristi – ₹1,45,675
  7. Ashish ‘Donkey 07’ Munot – ₹1,12,350
  8. Shashank ‘Goldfish097’ Shekhar – ₹79,800
  9. Sandeep Varma ‘effuno’ RS – ₹63,700

 

WPT Mega Stack 30 Lakhs GTD – Adda52

Buy-in – ₹5,500

Entries – 348

Re-entries – 375

Prize Pool – ₹36,15,014

Places Paid – 72

The ₹30 Lakhs GTD WPT Mega Stack had 233 entrants ponying up the ₹5,500 entry buy-in, collecting a guarantee-crushing ₹36.15 Lakhs in the prize pool.

When all was done, the defending WPT India Main Event Champion, PokerGuru Ambassador Ashish ‘ragspoker’ Munot, walked away with his second WPT Trophy (his first WPT Online title) and ₹9.04 Lakhs in prize money.

Surbhit ‘grovahova’ Grover finished runner-up for ₹5.24 Lakhs.

Munot FT-ed another tourney on Sunday, placing seventh in Spartan Poker’s Sunday Superstack for ₹1.12 Lakhs. With a seven-figure ₹10.16 Lakhs in total earnings last night, his lifetime record went soaring to ₹3.95 Crore.

The other prominent players on the final table were Chirag ‘mahikk’ Bhardwaj (3rd for ₹3.54 Lakhs), Goonjan ‘gmtesting’ Mall (6th for ₹1.27 Lakhs), Aditya ‘a_sushant’ Sushant (6th for ₹99,413), and Siddarth ‘badtameez_donk’ Singhvi (8th for ₹72,300).

Runner-up Surbhit Grover
Runner-up Surbhit Grover

 

Final Table Results

  1. Ashish ‘ragspoker’ Munot – ₹9,03,750
  2. Surbhit ‘grovahova’ Grover – ₹5,24,175
  3. Chirag ‘mahikk’ Bhardwaj – ₹3,54,270
  4. xznny112 – ₹2,53,050
  5. sirigirisetty – ₹1,80,750
  6. Goonjan ‘gmtesting’ Mall – ₹1,26,525
  7. Aditya ‘a_sushant’ Sushant – ₹99,413
  8. Siddarth ‘badtameez_donk’ Singhvi – ₹72,300

 

WPT India Mini Main Event Finale 25 Lakhs GTD – Adda52

Buy-in – ₹1,100

Entries – 1,461

Re-entries – 1,243

Prize Pool – ₹27,04,000

Places Paid – 287

After running seven starting flights, the ₹25 Lakhs GTD WPT India Mini Main Event played down to a winner on Sunday night. A total of 310 runners (Day 1A – 49, Day 1B – 39, Day 1C – 42, Day 1D – 16, Day 1E – 25, Day 1F- 49, Day 1G- 90) had qualified for Day 2 from a starting field of 2,704 entries. With multiple stacks removed, 296 players began Day 2 at 10.15 PM, and 287 of them were assured a payout from the guarantee-smashing ₹27.04 Lakhs prize pool.

After a little over six hours of play, riding to the top was the former Millionaire champion, Young Gun Anuj ‘anuj25395’ Yadav. Yadav rode past a stacked field and eventually beat Naresh NareshNow’ Kumar (runner-up for ₹2.94 Lakhs) heads-up to win a WPT Trophy and ₹4.09 Lakhs in prize money.

Not stopping at that, Yadav also placed third in the ₹35 Lakhs GTD WPT India 6-Max Championship for ₹4.13 Lakhs.

Haider ‘Donktown22’ Madraswala (3rd for ₹2.11 Lakhs), Himanshu ‘StupidCommonMan’ Kataria (4th for ₹1.52 Lakhs), Pranay ‘setmeup’ Chawla (6th for ₹78,614), Young Gun Shardul ‘Vamos96’ Parthasarathi (7th for ₹56,524) and Sagar ‘alwaysnutz’ Choudhury (8th for ₹40,642) were others who made it on the 8-max FT.

Final Table Results

  1. Anuj ‘anuj25395’ Yadav – ₹4,09,107
  2. Naresh ‘NareshNow’ Kumar – ₹2,94,145
  3. Haider ‘Donktown22’ Madraswala – ₹2,11,493
  4. Himanshu ‘StupidCommonMan’ Kataria – ₹1,52,065
  5. lil_d – ₹1,09,337
  6. Pranay ‘setmeup’ Chawla – ₹78,614
  7. Shardul ‘Vamos96’ Parthasarathi – ₹56,524
  8. Sagar ‘alwaysnutz’ Choudhury – ₹40,642

 

BSS SuperStack 20 Lakhs GTD – PokerBaazi

Buy-in – ₹5,500

Entries – 189

Re-entries – 173

Prize Pool – ₹20,00,000

Places Paid – 45

The featured Sunday tourney on PokerBaazi, the ₹20 Lakhs GTD BSS SuperStack, attracted 362 contenders to post an overlay of ₹1.9 Lakhs.

Siddharth ‘Siddonuts’ Pandey championed the tourney to win ₹4.20 Lakhs, even as Shashank ‘Iverson003’ Shekhar settled for a runner-up finish worth ₹2.94 Lakhs.

Pandey, the self-proclaimed “entrepreneur turned poker coach,” was in incredible form yesterday as he had earlier won the BSS Monster 6-Max for ₹1.24 Lakhs. His Sunday double-victory sent his MTT record soaring above ₹1.87 Crores.

Bhanu ‘Chennaino1’ Prakash KC (3rd for ₹1.89 Lakhs), Vikranth ‘borntrouble’ Varma (4th for ₹1.40 Lakhs), Shagun ‘sogani22’ Jain (5th for ₹1.05 Lakhs), PokerGuru Ambassador Ankit ‘d00mtr00p3r’ Wadhawan (6th for ₹84,000), and Guneet ‘guntz’ Kwatra (7th for ₹70,000) FT-ed the tourney.

Runner-up Shashank Shekhar
Runner-up Shashank Shekhar

 

Final Table Results

  1. Siddharth ‘Siddonuts’ Pandey – ₹4,20,000
  2. Shashank ‘Iverson003’ Shekhar – ₹2,94,000
  3. Bhanu ‘Chennaino1’ Prakash KC – ₹1,89,000
  4. Vikranth ‘borntrouble’ Varma – ₹1,40,000
  5. Shagun ‘sogani22’ Jain – ₹1,05,000
  6. Ankit ‘d00mtr00p3r’ Wadhawan – ₹84,000
  7. Guneet ‘guntz’ Kwatra – ₹70,000
  8. md20 – ₹56,000

 

Sunday Special Progressive KO 15 Lakhs GTD – PokerStars India

Buy-in – ₹5,500

Entries – 153

Re-Entries – 138

Total Prize Pool – ₹15,00,000

Regular Prize Pool – ₹7,72,500

Bounty Prize Pool – ₹7,27,500

Places Paid – 48

The Sunday 5 PM tourney on PokerStars India, the Sunday Special Progressive KO pulled in 291 runners (153 unique and 138 re-entries) by the time the four-hour-long late registration period got over. The event registered a deficit of ₹45,000 in meeting its ₹15 Lakhs prize pool guarantee.

Mahesh ‘masteroffelts’ Shyamsundar powered his way through the competitive field to win ₹3.70 Lakhs (₹1,45,989 in prize money and ₹2,24,296 in bounties).

Young Gun Arsh ‘BiggggTymeR’ Grover, the #2 ranked player on the annual leaderboard, collected ₹1.39 Lakhs (₹1,08,406 in prize money and ₹30,859 in bounties) for his second-place finish.

Pranay ‘aankhdikhatahai’ Chawla (5th for ₹75,168), Anujkumar ‘aatmaan108’ Kodam (6th for ₹40,148), and Mohak ‘Flyingmuck’ Kapoor (8th for ₹25,049) posted FT finishes.

Final Table Results (Including Bounties)

  1. Mahesh ‘masteroffelts’ Shyamsundar – ₹3,70,285
  2. Arsh ‘BiggggTymeR’ Grover – ₹1,39,265
  3. InTooDeep41 – ₹1,07,842
  4. chemmyp – ₹67,275
  5. Pranay ‘aankhdikhatahai’ Chawla – ₹75,168
  6. Anujkumar ‘aatmaan108’ Kodam – ₹40,148
  7. kaushik010288 – ₹36,038
  8. Mohak ‘Flyingmuck’ Kapoor – ₹25,049
  9. newbie884 – ₹26,824

 

Sunday Highroller 15 Lakhs GTD – PokerStars India

Buy-in – ₹11,000

Entries – 73

Re-entries – 52

Prize Pool – ₹15,00,000

Places Paid – 20

The ₹11,000 buy-in ₹15 Lakhs GTD Sunday Highroller drew 125 entries (73 unique entries and 52 re-entries) on its latest run, to suffer a significant ₹2.50 Lakhs overlay.

The field whittled down to a heads-up showdown between two PokerGuru Ambassador’s – Arjanveer Singh ‘ballistik310’ Chadha and Vivek ‘Mystic Peaks’ Singh. The Chandigarh-based Chadha eventually triumphed to claim the bragging rights for ₹3.27 Lakhs – his best score on PokerStars India to date. With this, Chadha crossed the benchmark ₹5 Crore-mark in online winnings. Singh placed runner-up for ₹2.43 Lakhs.

Young Gun Gaurav ‘3betPanda’ Sood (3rd for ₹1.80 Lakhs), Sahil ‘you3bi4b’ Nair (4th for ₹1.33 Lakhs), Chirag ‘WhyworrY_56’ Sodha (7th for ₹54,510), Dhaval ‘BithBecool’ Mudgal (8th for ₹40,424) and Rubin ‘kornkid4’ Labroo (9th for ₹35,733) FT-ed the tourney.

Runner-up Vivek Singh
Runner-up Vivek Singh

 

Final Table Results

  1. Arjanveer Singh ‘ballistik310’ Chadha – ₹3,27,724
  2. Vivek ‘Mystic Peaks’ Singh – ₹2,43,036
  3. Gaurav ‘3betPanda’ Sood – ₹1,80,232
  4. Sahil ‘you3bi4b’ Nair – ₹1,33,658
  5. theoldestkid – ₹99,119
  6. iamhunting – ₹73,505
  7. Chirag ‘WhyworrY_56’ Sodha – ₹54,510
  8. Dhaval ‘BithBecool’ Mudgal – ₹40,424
  9. Rubin ‘kornkid4’ Labroo – ₹35,733

 

WPT Monster Turbo 10 Lakhs GTD Adda52

Buy-in ₹2,500

Entries – 291

Re-entries – 212

Prize Pool – ₹11,44,325

Places Paid – 55

The ₹10 Lakhs GTD WPT Monster Turbo generated a guarantee-crushing ₹11.44 Lakhs prize pool, backed by 503 contenders.

Starting at 10 PM, the event ran for six hours before Adda52 regular Saurabh ‘saurabh21’ Rohila bested online regular Ram ‘mowgumotu’ Kakkar heads-up to claim the title and ₹2.97 Lakhs in first-place prize money. The latter netted ₹1.68 Lakhs for his runner-up finish.

Tarush ‘tarush123’ Gupta (3rd for ₹1.17 Lakhs), Hemant ‘hemant0606’ Poddar (4th for ₹85,824), P Raghavendra ‘ThikanaCK’ Hada – 40,051 (6th for ₹40,051), and Priyank ‘Piko1432’ Kothari (7th for ₹31,461) posted FT scores.

Final Table Results

  1. Saurabh ‘saurabh21’ Rohila – ₹2,97,525
  2. Ram ‘mowgumotu’ Kakkar – ₹1,68,788
  3. Tarush ‘tarush123’ Gupta – ₹1,17,293
  4. Hemant ‘hemant0606’ Poddar – ₹85,824
  5. machaa – ₹60,649
  6. Raghavendra ‘ThikanaCK’ Hada – ₹40,051
  7. Priyank ‘Piko1432’ Kothari – ₹31,469
  8. vedrathi – ₹22,887

 

Money Heist 8.50 Lakhs GTD – Spartan Poker

Buy-in – ₹3,300

Entries – 138

Re-entries – 28

Rebuys – 63

Prize Pool – ₹8,50,000

Places Paid – 23

With 229 contenders joining the action, Spartan Poker’s ₹8.5 Lakhs GTD Money Heist got hit by an overlay deficit of ₹1.63 Lakhs.

The cards went up in the air at 9.30 PM, and the action went on till 3.35 AM. Abhishek ‘uncle_scrooge’ Kumar came out on top to win his first title in over two months and a ₹1.97 Lakhs payday. The first-ever INCOOP Main Event champion Sanish ‘Sanish21’ Chhabra, finished runner-up for ₹1.33 Lakhs.

Rohan ‘Redington’ Soman (3rd for ₹89,250), Sumit ‘Sands Myth’ Sapra (4th for ₹71,430), and Jasven ‘Ponkey’ Saigal (6th for ₹43,805) posted FT finishes.

Runner-up Sanish Chhabra
Runner-up Sanish Chhabra

 

Final Table Results

  1. Abhishek ‘uncle_scrooge’ Kumar – ₹1,97,625
  2. Sanish ‘Sanish21’ Chhabra – ₹1,33,875
  3. Rohan ‘Redington’ Soman – ₹89,250
  4. Sumit ‘Sands Myth’ Sapra – ₹71,430
  5. mndka – ₹56,980
  6. Jasven ‘Ponkey’ Saigal – ₹43,805
  7. RK0503 – ₹33,660
  8. Kasiav87 – ₹24,735
  9. Nitin ‘TheWitcher’ Arora – ₹19,720

 

BSS MegaStack 5 Lakhs GTD – PokerBaazi

Buy-in – ₹2,750

Entries – 126

Re-entries – 86
Prize Pool – ₹5,30,000

Places Paid – 24

One of the two ₹5 Lakhs GTD tourneys on the Sunday schedule at PokerBaazi, the BSS MegaStack, pulled in 215 contenders to collect ₹5.30 Lakhs in the prize pool.

After firing three bullets, ‘Dishvish’ edged past the competition, including their heads-up opponent Bharat ‘Thinkfloyd’ Vasan (runner-up for ₹89,729) to win ₹1.28 Lakhs.

Sanjeeta ‘realkidsanju’ Kumari (3rd for ₹57,664) and Manish ‘thekid’ Lakhotia (4th for ₹42,718) FT-ed the tourney.

Final Table Results

  1. Dishvish – ₹1,27,995
  2. Bharat ‘Thinkfloyd’ Vasan – ₹89,729
  3. Sanjeeta ‘realkidsanju’ Kumari – ₹57,664
  4. Manish ‘thekid’ Lakhotia – ₹42,718
  5. rakshajindal – ₹32,065
  6. Flamingo – ₹25,652
  7. Broca – ₹21,306
  8. gogikaran – ₹17,066

 

WPT Classic 5 Lakhs GTD Adda52

Buy-in – ₹1,500

Entries – 170

Re-entries – 135

Prize Pool – ₹5,00,000

Places Paid – 34

The ₹5 Lakhs GTD WPT Classic overlaid ₹83,675 after attracting 305 registrations.

Juli ‘Lily8’ Kumari was the last player standing and won ₹1.25 Lakhs after eliminating Sushant ‘Tryndamere’ Singh (runner-up for ₹75,750) in second-place.

Aarchit ‘Aarchit’ Dhadwal (3rd for ₹55,000), Parth punit7690 Aggarwal (4th for ₹41,750), Md ‘007shakuni’ Zeeshan (6th for ₹18,750) and Faizan ‘realkidsanju’ Samad (7th for ₹15,000) FT-ed the tourney.

Runner-up Sushant Singh
Runner-up Sushant Singh

 

Final Table Results

  1. Juli ‘Lily8’ Kumari – ₹1,25,00
  2. Sushant ‘Tryndamere’ Singh – ₹75,750
  3. Aarchit ‘Aarchit’ Dhadwal – ₹55,000
  4. Parth ‘punit7690’ Aggarwal – ₹41,750
  5. tobirama – ₹28,750
  6. Md ‘007shakuni’ Zeeshan – ₹18,750
  7. Faizan ‘realkidsanju’ Samad – ₹15,000
  8. nopastnofuture – ₹12,500

 

BSS Monster 6-Max 5 Lakhs GTD – PokerBaazi

Buy-in – ₹2,750

Entries – 98

Re-entries – 79

Prize Pool – ₹5,00,000

Places Paid – 21

PokerBaazi’s ₹5 Lakhs GTD BSS Monster 6-Max experienced an overlay of ₹57,500 on the back of 177 entries (98 unique and 79 re-entries).

Siddharth ‘Siddonuts’ Pandey powered his way through the field to win the first of two Sunday marquees he championed, adding ₹1.24 Lakhs to his bankroll. Pandey also shipped the BSS SuperStack on PokerBaazi for ₹4.2 Lakhs, raking in ₹5.44 Lakhs in total.

‘chhavi013’ finished runner-up for ₹87,150.

Anirban ‘pottysingh’ D Das (3rd for ₹56,050) and Young Gun Shardul ‘duuurrrr’ Parthasarathi (4th for ₹41,500) posted FT scores.

Final Table Results

  1. Siddharth ‘Siddonuts’ Pandey – ₹1,24,350
  2. chhavi013 – ₹87,150
  3. Anirban ‘pottysingh’ D Das – ₹56,050
  4. Shardul ‘duuurrrr’ Parthasarathi – ₹41,500
  5. shako – ₹31,150
  6. Tp212121 – ₹24,900

 

Ragnarok 2 Lakhs GTD Pocket52

Buy-in ₹1,100

Entries – 118

Re-entries – 54

Prize Pool – ₹2,00,000

Places Paid – 27

Pocket52’s ₹2 Lakhs GTD Ragnarok saw Rohin ‘Comeback5’ Bhansali taking down the title for a payday worth ₹41,500. TommyFookinShelby finished runner-up for ₹31,000.

Rohin Bhansali
Rohin Bhansali

 

Aniruddha ‘Pocketaces_’ Joshi placed third for ₹14,000.

 

Big Bang 1 Lakh GTD – Khelo365

Buy-in – ₹2,200

Entries – 32

Re-entries – 8

Prize Pool – ₹1,00,000

Places Paid – 5

Khelo365’s Sunday marquee, the Big Bang, fell 10 entries short on its ₹1 Lakh prize pool guarantee.

‘Chancetaker’ claimed the top honors after defeating Khelo365 regular JonGregor’ (runner-up for ₹23,000) heads-up for ₹43,000.

 

Sunday Supersonic 1 Lakh GTD – PokerStars India

Buy-in – ₹1,100

Entries – 60

Re-entries – 34

Prize Pool – ₹1,00,000

Places Paid – 15

‘Mackyboy7777’ took down the ₹1 Lakh GTD Sunday Supersonic for ₹18,721 after striking a three-way deal with ‘aav007’ (runner-up for ₹16,332) and Swapnil ‘pokpom1’ Patil (3rd for ₹19,000).

Vaibhav ‘vaibsss’ Bhatia placed third for ₹3,755.

The tourney engaged 94 runners, falling six entries short of its posted guarantee.

 

Unravel 50K GTD Pocket52

Buy-in ₹440

Entries – 57

Re-entries – 19

Prize Pool – ₹50,000

Places Paid – 11

The ₹50K GTD Unravel experienced an overlay of ₹19,600 after registering 76 entries. Pappu ‘Pappuhero20’ Jaiswal championed the tourney to win ₹12,500.

Pappu Jaiswal
Pappu Jaiswal

 

Jeet ‘Tanmay007’ Mondal (3rd for ₹6,750) and Hriday ‘MARRII’ Mondal (5th for ₹5,000) FT-ed the tourney.

 

Dominator 50K GTD – Khelo365

Buy-in – ₹825

Entries – 24

Re-entries – 15

Prize Pool – ₹50,000

Places Paid – 4

The ₹50K GTD Dominator was taken down by ‘Rise,’ who fired three bullets to earn ₹23,000. The tourney logged in 39 entries, falling ₹20,750 short of its posted guarantee.

 

Bluff-Guard 50K GTD Pocket52

Buy-in – 0

Entries – 2444

Re-entries – 49

Prize Pool – ₹50,000

Places Paid – 92

Pocket52’s Bluff Wali Diwali freerolls are underway, and Sunday brought the ₹50K GTD Bluff-Guard. The free to enter tourney clocked in a massive 2,493 entries, and 92 players landed in the money.

The mystery user ‘yogendrameena’ topped the field to win ₹8,500, even as GamBlinGMonK finished runner-up for ₹6,250.

 

Rivered PLO 30K GTD – Khelo365

Buy-in – ₹550

Entries – 20

Re-entries – 14

Prize Pool – ₹30,000

Places Paid – 4

The ₹30K GTD Rivered PLO was taken down by Khelo365 regular ‘JonGregor’ for ₹13,800. The event gathered 34 players, and the top 4 places finished ITM.

 

Depositors Freeroll 25K GTD – PokerDangal

Buy-in – ₹1

Entries – 126

Prize Pool – ₹25,000

Places Paid – 25

The ₹25K GTD Depositors Freeroll on PokerDangal kicked off at 9 PM and recorded 126 entries. The top 25 players earned a share of the prize pool, and taking home the lion`s share of the prize money was ‘thesunshine,’ who pocketed ₹6,500 after defeating ‘gagan999’ (runner-up for ₹3,000) heads-up.

 

Grinder 2.0 20K GTD – Khelo365

Buy-in – ₹275

Entries – 41

Re-entries – 19

Prize Pool – ₹20,000

Places Paid – 7

Last Sunday’s Grinder 2.0 ₹20K GTD champion, ‘acedealer,’ added another ₹7,200 to their bankroll after winning the tourney last night for the second consecutive time.

 

Weekly Freeroll 10K GTD – PokerDangal

Entries – 319

Rebuys – 95

PokerDangal’s ₹10K GTD Weekly Freeroll began at 7 PM and attracted 414 contenders. ‘Dileep34’ proved the last player standing and pocketed ₹1,850.

 

This report was updated at 5:45 PM on 16.11.2020.

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