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Jaikiran, Kapoor, Gujral, Dembla & Kumar Seize the Big Sunday Scores

SORR - Mohak Kapoor, Raman Gujral, Harsh Dembla & Neeraj Kumar
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  • Namita Ghosh September 21, 2020
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Sundays are always the biggest day of the week for online poker players, and the most recent one lived up to that reputation! PokerBaazi`s Game Changer 4.0, Spartan Poker`s UVS Millionaire Lite, and PokerStars India`s INCOOP Main Event ensured that players were spoilt for choice. Here are the highlights.

 

Spartan Poker

Spartan Poker’s Ultimate Value Series closed out another smashing edition with the ₹35 Lakhs GTD UVS The Millionaire Lite bringing the curtains down last night. The multi-flight tourney gathered 1,742 entries across its three starting flights, falling ₹16,000 short on the listed guarantee. Racing to the top of the crowded field was the well-known reg Neeraj ‘SelfClaimedPros’ Kumar. He chopped the top prize with ‘Tokio999’ (runner-up for ₹4.82 Lakhs) before winning the bragging rights of becoming the latest Millionaire Lite champion and ₹4.99 Lakhs.

Neeraj Kumar
Neeraj Kumar

 

Kumar pulled off a “double” last night as he also championed the ₹10 Lakhs GTD INCOOP -192 The Big Crunch on PokerStars India for ₹1.45 Lakhs after a three-way deal (more details below)! The two title victories have sent his online record soaring to ₹3.99 Crores.

Spartan Poker`s Sunday mainstay ₹35 lakhs GTD Sunday SuperStack saw 698 hopefuls ponying up the ₹5,500 entry buy-in resulting in a marginal ₹10,000 overlay. The mystery user “BuddyLove” grabbed the title for ₹6.77 Lakhs with Chetan ‘pofunder’ Singh Chouhan finishing runner-up for ₹4.27 Lakhs. PokerGuru Ambassador Ankit ‘Shippament’ Wadhawan (3rd for ₹3.06 Lakhs), Guneet ‘guntz’ Kwatra (7th for ₹1.12 Lakhs), and PokerGuru Ambassador Nadeem ‘blindgame’ Basha (9th for ₹63,700) Ft-ed the tourney.

Championing the ₹10 Lakhs GTD Money Heist was the #3 ranked player of the year, Srihari ‘bangbang99’ Bang, who won ₹1.92 Lakhs following a heads-up deal with Pranav ‘pranavpoker’ Khandalkar (2nd for ₹1.78 Lakhs). Myron ‘mehhhhh’ Pereira (3rd for ₹1.02 Lakhs) was the other standout performer, and he also finished runner-up in PokerStars India’s ₹10 Lakhs GTD INCOOP–192 The Big Crunch for ₹1.27 Lakhs.

Srihari Bang
Srihari Bang

 

 

PokerBaazi

PokerBaazi’s Game Changer has acquired cult status over the years, and the ₹2 Crores GTD tourney returned for its fourth edition last week. 3,990 entries (2,617 unique and 1,373 re-entries) signed up across the four starting flights, and 479 made it to Day 2.

While the ₹5,500 buy-in tournament logged in a ₹50,000 shortfall before rake, 463 runners began the Day 2 play with some of the double stacks removed. After an eight-hour-long run, joining the elite club of past Game Changer champions like Shagun Jain and Siddhanth Kripalani was a relatively-lesser known player, Jaikiran ‘testify’ Kumar, who banked a ginormous ₹33.16 Lakhs for the win.

Jai Kiran
Jai Kiran

 

27-year-old Kumar is a resident of Bengaluru and a partner with Monish Engineering. He’s been playing poker for six years now, but this is his career-best score by some margin.

Kumar defeated Mohak ‘Tiltin’ Kapoor heads-up to etch his name as the new Game Changer champion. A runner-up finish fetched Kapoor ₹23.08 Lakhs, boosting his online record to ₹1.10 Crores.

Mohak Kapoor
Mohak Kapoor

 

Seasoned reg Raman ‘ifryu’ Gujral rounded out the podium finishers with a third-place finish for ₹16.14 lakhs. Gujral booked an FT finish in the ₹25 Lakhs GTD BSS SuperStack as well, adding ₹1.62 Lakhs to his bankroll.

Raman Gujral
Raman Gujral

 

Shiv ‘Darkside2dot0’ Verma (6th for ₹7.24 Lakhs), PokerGuru Ambassador Madhav ‘goacartel’ Gupta (8th for ₹4.42 Lakhs), and Pulkit ‘Ifoldfullhouses’ Goyal (9th for ₹3.26 Lakhs) were the other prominent players who FT-ed the Game Changer.

Madhav Gupta was among the handful of players who FT-ed multiple tournies yesterday. His other deep run was a fourth-place finish in the ₹25 Lakhs GTD Adda52 Millions ₹2.25 Lakhs.

Madhav Gupta
Madhav Gupta

 

Running alongside Day 2 of the Game Changer was the ₹25 Lakhs GTD BSS SuperStack, where a turnout of 489 entries translated into a ₹55,000 overlay. After over seven hours of play, the first-ever BPT Main Event champion Puneet ‘neo1’ Dua rode past a host of formidable rivals like Gaurav ‘kira1545’ Kaul (2nd for ₹3.41 Lakhs), Raman ‘ifryu’ Gujral (4th for ₹1.62 Lakhs), Ashit ‘nexus010’ Sharma (6th for ₹97,500) and Pranay ‘setmeup’ Chawla (7th for ₹81,250) to win the title for ₹4.86 Lakhs.

Puneet Dua
Puneet Dua

 

Pranay Chawla FT-ed PokerBaazi’s ₹10 Lakhs GTD Money Heist as well, finishing sixth for ₹51,400.

Aman ‘KarmaPoker’ Parakh (BSS MegaStack ₹8 Lakhs GTD for ₹1.77 Lakhs) and Mahesh ‘mahikalra’ Shyamsundar (BSS Monster ₹5 Lakhs GTD for ₹1.26 Lakhs) were the other tourney winners on PokerBaazi.

Aman Parakh
Aman Parakh

 

Parakh posted a fifth-place finish in Spartan Poker’s ₹10 Lakhs GTD Money Heist for ₹66,900.

 

Adda52

The Sunday run on Adda52 was headlined by the ₹30 Lakhs GTD Mega Suits. With 575 entries, the tourney overlaid ₹1.25 Lakhs. The final 63 players got paid with Harsh ‘BuddhaBhikari’ Dembla walking away with the top prize of ₹7.05 Lakhs. ‘justmissed’ finished runner-up for ₹4.11 Lakhs.

Harsh Dembla
Harsh Dembla

 

Dembla, who sits with over ₹1.35 Crores in recorded online winnings, has an exceptional winning record on Sundays. On September 6, he had won the ₹15 Lakhs GTD Pocket Aces on Pocket52 for ₹3.07 Lakhs, and FT-ed two other tourneys on PokerStars India for ₹6.85 Lakhs in total winnings.

The other known players on the eight-handed FT were Vinay ‘vinay0902’ Rajpal (4th for ₹2.10 Lakhs) and Bharat ‘rungooserun’ Vasan (6th for ₹1.05 Lakhs).

The overlay train hit the ₹25 Lakhs GTD Adda52 Millions the hardest. A below-par turnout of 200 entries caused a massive ₹5 Lakhs shortfall. Ankit ‘loser05’ Khattar helped themselves to the winner’s tag and the top prize of ₹6.95 Lakhs after defeating ‘royalty’ (runner-up for ₹4.06 Lakhs) heads-up. PokerGuru Ambassador Madhav ‘madzoopa’ Gupta (4th for ₹2.25 Lakhs) and Rajat ‘oshoswami’ Sharma (5th for ₹1.56 Lakhs) booked FT scores.

‘beherapunya2111’ (Big Slick ₹15 Lakhs GTD for ₹2.74 Lakhs) and ‘fiery’ (Hurricane ₹5 Lakhs GTD for ₹84,693) rounded out the other Sunday winners on Adda52.

 

PokerStars India

PokerStars India’s INCOOP has been unfolding massive value for tourney regs since September 3. The ₹9.05 Crore GTD series is close to the finish line now with the showstopper ₹1 Crore GTD INCOOP – 187 Main Event finally commencing its three-day run last night. Day 1 on Sunday saw 607 entries sign up for a shot at becoming the first-ever INCOOP Main Event champion, and the play was halted after 16 levels of play, by which time only 171 players were left standing.

All remaining players will be returning for Day 2 today, where starting in the chip lead will be Shashank felterr’ Jain (220,055), with Siddharth WaaaduHek’ Mundada (197,202) and ‘The Annihilator’ (173,617) coming back with the next top stacks.

Shashank Jain
Shashank Jain

 

Late registrations are open on Day 2, so we can expect the field dynamics to change.

In the ₹25 Lakhs GTD INCOOP-190 Sunday Highroller, ‘gangnam gangi’ rose atop a 172-player field to win ₹5 Lakhs after defeating the online phenom Vaibhav GTO_Life_GG’ Sharma (runner-up for ₹3.78 Lakhs) heads-up.

Runner-up Vaibhav Sharma
Runner-up Vaibhav Sharma

 

The tournament fell ₹3.50 Lakhs short of its listed guarantee.

Sharma seems to have continued from where he left things off last week. He had topped last week`s leaderboard on the back of title victories in Spartan Poker’s GPS – Grand Sunday Superstack and Adda52’s The Mint. His online scorecard stands tall at ₹3.74 Crores.

Sahil ‘inaboobham’ Mahboobani 3rd for ₹2.86 Lakhs), Anant ‘Dr4gonW4rrior’ Purohit (4th for ₹2.16 Lakhs), Deepak ‘nachughodi’ Bothra (6th for ₹1.24 Lakhs), Young Gun Arsh ‘BiggggTymeR’ Grover (8th for ₹70,992) and Raghav ‘maddyrag’ Madan (9th for ₹53,700) FT-ed the INCOOP Sunday Highroller.

The UVS Millionaire Lite champion Neeraj ‘SelfClaimedPro’ Kumar (INCOOP -192 The Big Crunch ₹10 Lakhs GTD for ₹1.45 Lakhs) and ‘PepperChicken’ (INCOOP -186 Sunday Warm Up ₹5 Lakhs GTD for ₹80,932) took down the other Sunday marquees on PokerStars India.

 

Pocket52

The ₹15 Lakhs GTD Pocket Aces dominated the Sunday MTT schedule at Pocket52. A strong showing of 338 entries wasn’t enough for the tourney to meet its guarantee, resulting in a deficit of ₹1.48 Lakhs. Racing past the field was Shivam ‘Broosky’ Shukla, who helped himself to the winner’s payday of ₹3 Lakhs after defeating ‘John_wick1399’ (2nd for ₹2.25 Lakhs) heads-up.

Shivam Shukla
Shivam Shukla

 

Taking down the ₹5 Lakhs GTD Bracelet was ‘Allwaysbuffing,’ who outlasted the 419-strong field to win ₹97,500 in prize money and ₹50,000 worth of gold.

The other notable Sunday winners are –

PlayerPrize MoneyEventPoker Site
Pankaj 'Pok3rking' Nanda₹58,188Holdem Bash ₹2.5 Lakhs GTDAdda52
DEVME₹54,102INCOOP-40 Sunday Storm ₹3 Lakhs GTDPokerStars India
Kunal 'Charsilaladka' Chaudhary₹54,000Ultimate PKO ₹2 Lakhs GTDAdda52
RoaRR₹45,727UVS #34 - Reloaded ₹2.5 Lakhs GTD Spartan Poker
naag11₹45,000Sunday PKO ₹1.5 Lakhs GTDPoker Dangal
Srinikumar₹43,000BigBang ₹1 Lakh GTD NLHEKhelo365
raghav1990₹36,964INCOOP-42 Ultrasonic ₹2 Lakhs GTDPokerStars India
tiltmenot₹34,500Pocket Dinner ₹1.5 Lakhs GTDPocket52
SanjayBullets₹34,500Pocket Lunch ₹1.5 Lakhs GTDPocket52
paisenikalbc₹28,949UVS #30 ₹2 Lakhs GTD Spartan Poker
Santoshi₹18,615Dominator ₹50K GTD NLHEKhelo365
ramu21₹6,800Grinder 2.0 ₹20K GTDKhelo365

 

Game Changer 4.0 2 Crores GTD – PokerBaazi

Buy-in – ₹5,500

Total Entries – 2617

Total Re-entries – 1373

Prize Pool – ₹2,00,00,000

Places Paid – 400

The closing day of PokerBaazi’s Game Changer 4.0 had some firecracker tourneys running alongside, but the ₹2 Crores GTD flagship was still the cynosure of all eyes.

A bumper 1,475 entries on Day 1D brought the field size to 3,990 entries, resulting in a ₹50,000 overlay – the first time the Game Changer has recorded a shortfall.

Only 479 hopefuls (Day 1A – 97, Day 1B – 83, Day 1C – 114, Day 1D – 185) made it to Day 2. The line-up included 463 unique players.

Waltzing away with the title was 27-year-old Jaikiran testify’ Kumar from Bengaluru, who collected a career-best ₹33.16 Lakhs after defeating Mohak ‘Tiltin’ Kapoor in heads-up play.

Like Kumar, the runner-up Kapoor also banked a personal-best ₹23.08 Lakhs.

As expected, the FT comprised of notables like Raman ‘ifryu’ Gujral (3rd for ₹16.14 Lakhs), Shiv ‘Darkside2dot0’ Verma (6th for ₹7.24 Lakhs), PokerGuru Ambassador Madhav ‘goacartel’ Gupta (8th for ₹4.42 Lakhs), and Pulkit ‘Ifoldfullhouses’ Goyal (9th for ₹3.26 Lakhs).

Final Table Results

  1. Jaikiran ‘testify’ Kumar – ₹33,16,000
  2. Mohak ‘Tiltin’ Kapoor – ₹23,08,000
  3. Raman ‘ifryu’ Gujral – ₹16,14,000
  4. Rajarr291 – ₹11,50,000
  5. wolfofwasseypur – ₹9,04,000
  6. Shiv ‘Darkside2dot0’ Verma – ₹7,24,000
  7. VILLAGER – ₹5,66,000
  8. Madhav ‘goacartel’ Gupta – ₹4,42,000
  9. Pulkit ‘Ifoldfullhouses’ Goyal – ₹3,26,000

 

INCOOP – 187 Main Event 1 Crore GTD PokerStars India

Buy-in – ₹11,000

Entries – 381

Re-entries – 226

Survivors – 171

The biggest draw at the inaugural INCOOP series, the INCOOP – 187 Main Event, hit the ground running last night. Day 1 of the three-day tourney logged in 607 runners, and the play halted after 16 levels of play.

Bagging the end of Day 1 chip lead was high stakes cash game pro Shashank ‘felterr’ Jain (220,055), with Siddharth ‘WaaaduHek’ Mundada (197,202) and ‘The Annihilator’ (173,617) rounding out the top three stacks.

Also bagging big stacks were Amar ‘AceConsultant’ Mehta (164,075), Siddharth ‘siddonuts’ Pandey (157,580), and Deepak ‘nachughodi’ Bothra (151,168).

Day 2 starts at 7:30 PM tonight, with late registrations still open.

The tourney will play down to the final 18 tonight before returning for the final day`s play on Tuesday.

2nd in Chips Siddharth Mundada
2nd in Chips Siddharth Mundada

 

Top 10 Chip Counts at the End of Day 1

  1. Shashank ‘felterr’ Jain – 220,055
  2. Siddharth ‘WaaaduHek’ Mundada – 197,202
  3. The Annihilator – 173,617
  4. Amar ‘AceConsultant’ Mehta – 164,075
  5. STK297 – 158,052
  6. Siddharth ‘siddonuts’ Pandey – 157,580
  7. easywithducks – 152,684
  8. shivaay24 – 151,580
  9. Deepak ‘nachughodi’ Bothra – 151,168
  10. tweedu_taps – 150,404

 

UVS The Millionaire Lite 35 Lakhs GTD Spartan Poker

Buy-in – ₹2,200

Entries – 1,742

Survivors – 198

Prize Pool – ₹35,00,000

Places Paid – 191

Sunday marked the closing day for Spartan Poker`s Ultimate Value Series, and all eyes were on the ₹35 Lakhs GTD UVS Millionaire Lite.

The tourney registered 1,742 entrants over three starting flights to leave a deficit of ₹16,000. Of the 198 survivors who converged for Day 2, 191 got paid.

Booking a smashing Sunday run, MTT pro Neeraj ‘SelfClaimedPros’ Kumar came out on top to collect ₹4.99 Lakhs following a heads-up deal with ‘Tokio999’ (runner-up for ₹4.82 Lakhs).

Chandan ‘IAmAllIn’ Das finished 8th for ₹59,500.

Sumit ‘Sands Myth’ Sapra (11th for ₹38,325), Sagar ‘Pocket_king_K’ Raj (12th for ₹34,265), Vineet ‘The Mentalist’ Kumar (14th for ₹30,765), Sushant ‘Direwolf22’ Singh (17th for ₹27,265), and Abhishek ‘abhiaum’ Chhajer (19th for ₹23,765) booked ITM finishes in the tourney.

Final Table Results

  1. Neeraj ‘SelfClaimedPros’ Kumar – ₹4,99,659*
  2. Tokio999 – ₹4,82,090*
  3. mannu2424 – ₹2,53,750
  4. Solomun – ₹1,88,650
  5. MansaMusa – ₹1,46,650
  6. Tikash – ₹1,09,655
  7. turboshot – ₹83,755
  8. Chandan ‘IAmAllIn’ Das – ₹59,500
  9. GoldSpot – ₹45,920

*denotes heads-up deal

 

Sunday SuperStack 35 lakhs GTD – Spartan Poker

Buy-in – ₹5,500

Entries – 326

Re-entries – 136

Re-buys – 236

Prize Pool – ₹35,00,000

Places Paid – 63

Spartan Poker’s ₹35 lakhs GTD Sunday SuperStack fell a marginal two entries short of its 700-entry prize pool guarantee.

The winner emerged in a mystery user ‘BuddyLove,’ who collected their second-biggest score on the site worth ₹6.77 Lakhs after beating Chetan ‘pofunder’ Singh Chouhan heads-up.

PokerGuru Ambassador’s Ankit ‘Shippament’ Wadhawan (3rd for ₹3.06 Lakhs) and birthday boy Nadeem ‘blindgame’ Basha (9th for ₹63,700) alongside Guneet ‘guntz’ Kwatra (7th for ₹1.12 Lakhs) posted FT finishes.

Final Table Results

  1. BuddyLove – ₹6,77,250
  2. Chetan ‘pofunder’ Singh Chouhan – ₹4,27,000
  3. Ankit ‘Shippament’ Wadhawan – ₹3,06,250
  4. Ganja_babe – ₹2,43,250
  5. Amsh – ₹1,90,750
  6. touchstone 78 – ₹1,49,450
  7. Guneet ‘guntz’ Kwatra – ₹1,12,350
  8. Buddy25 – ₹79,800
  9. Nadeem ‘blindgame’ Basha – ₹63,700

 

Mega Suits 30 Lakhs GTD – Adda52

Buy-in – ₹5,500

Total Entries – 296

Re-entries – 279

Prize Pool – ₹30,00,000

Places Paid – 63

With Adda52 giving its Full House Finale a skip this weekend, the ₹30 Lakhs GTD Mega Suits was the biggest guaranteed Sunday tourney to run on the site. A turnout of 575 entries left a ₹1.25 Lakh overlay for the site to fill.

Starting at 7 PM, it took over nine hours to find a champion. The honor was ultimately bestowed upon Harsh ‘BuddhaBhikari’ Dembla, who bested ‘justmissed’ (runner-up for ₹4.11 Lakhs) heads-up to lock in a career-best ₹7.05 Lakhs payday.

Dembla’s annual earnings have already crossed ₹89 Lakhs, with his overall record touching ₹1.42 Crores.

Ryan ‘MamboNo5’ Cardoso (3rd for ₹2.73 Lakhs), Vinay ‘vinay0902’ Rajpal (4th for ₹2.10 Lakhs), and Bharat ‘rungooserun’ Vasan (6th for ₹1.05 Lakhs) FT-ed the tourney.

Final Table Results

  1. Harsh ‘BuddhaBhikari’ Dembla – ₹7,05,000
  2. justmissed – ₹4,11,000
  3. Ryan ‘MamboNo5’ Cardoso – ₹2,73,000
  4. Vinay ‘vinay0902’ Rajpal – ₹2,10,000
  5. Deadlysin – ₹1,50,000
  6. Bharat ‘rungooserun’ Vasan – ₹1,05,000
  7. anonymously_pro – ₹82,500
  8. kuber1982 – ₹60,000

 

Adda52 Millions 25 Lakhs GTD – Adda52

Buy-in – ₹11,000

Entries – 122

Re-entries – 78

Prize Pool – ₹25,00,000

Places Paid – 21

The ₹25 Lakhs GTD Adda52 Millions attracted 200 entrants who ponied up the ₹11,000 entry buy-in, resulting in a glaring ₹5 Lakhs overlay.

The tourney started at 8 PM and went on till 4:38 AM.

The anonymous Ankit ‘loser05’ Khattar emerged victorious to win ₹6.95 Lakhs. ‘royalty’ finished runner-up for ₹4.06 Lakhs.

This happens to be Khattar’s biggest recorded score on Adda52 with their total record on the site touching ₹26.28 Lakhs, and ₹14.25 Lakhs in profits.

Himanshu ‘himanshu_s’ Sehgal bubbled the final table in seventh place for ₹88,750,

PokerGuru Ambassador Madhav ‘madzoopa’ Gupta (4th for ₹2.25 Lakhs) and Rajat ‘oshoswami’ Sharma (5th for ₹1.56 Lakhs) FT-ed the tourney.

Final Table Results

  1. Ankit ‘loser05’ Khattar – ₹6,95,000
  2. royalty – ₹4,06,250
  3. abhisekchem86 – ₹3,08,750
  4. Madhav ‘madzoopa’ Gupta – ₹2,25,000
  5. Rajat ‘oshoswami’ Sharma – ₹1,56,250
  6. tobirama – ₹1,07,500

 

INCOOP-190 Sunday Highroller 25 Lakhs GTD – PokerStars India

Buy-in – ₹13,750

Entries – 109

Re-entries – 63

Prize Pool – ₹25,00,000

Places Paid – 27

PokerStars India`s ₹25 Lakhs GTD INCOOP-190 Sunday Highroller pulled in 172 entries to book a sizeable ₹3.5 Lakhs loss. The top 27 places benefitted from the value on offer.

The anonymous user ‘gangnam gangi’ raced past the competition to win ₹5.01 Lakhs, denying online phenom Vaibhav ‘GTO_LIFE_GG’ Sharma (runner-up for ₹3.79 Lakhs) the title.

The anonymous winner has ₹33.27 Lakhs in recorded earnings on PokerStars India and sits with ₹10.48 Lakhs in profits.

Sahil ‘inaboobham’ Mahboobani (3rd for ₹2.87 Lakhs), Anant ‘Dr4gonW4rrior’ Purohit (4th for ₹2.17 Lakhs), Deepak ‘nachughodi’ Bothra (6th for ₹1.24 Lakhs), Young Gun Arsh ‘BiggggTymeR’ Grover (8th for ₹70,992), and Raghav ‘maddyrag’ Madan (9th for ₹53,700) posted FT finishes.

Final Table Results

  1. gangnam gangi – ₹5,00,990
  2. Vaibhav ‘GTO_LIFE_GG’ Sharma – ₹3,78,963
  3. Sahil ‘inaboobham’ Mahboobani – ₹2,86,659
  4. Anant ‘Dr4gonW4rrior’ Purohit – ₹2,16,837
  5. varunkandaswami – ₹1,64,022
  6. Deepak ‘nachughodi’ Bothra – ₹1,24,071
  7. uv_007 – ₹93,851
  8. Arsh ‘BiggggTymeR’ Grover – ₹70,992
  9. Raghav ‘maddyrag’ Madan – ₹53,700

 

BSS SuperStack 25 Lakhs GTD – PokerBaazi

Buy-in – ₹5,500

Entries – 257

Re-entries – 232

Prize Pool – ₹25,00,000

Places Paid – 63

PokerBaazi`s ₹25 Lakhs GTD BSS SuperStack attracted 489 contenders to witness a shortfall of ₹55,000.

The BPT 2019 Main Event champion Puneet neo1’ Dua outlasted the competition to win ₹4.86 Lakhs. Gaurav ‘kira1545’ Kaul finished runner-up for ₹3.41 Lakhs.

This happens to be Kumar’s second-biggest score and one that has pushed his career winnings over ₹46 Lakhs. Kaul pocketed ₹3.41 Lakhs for his runner-up finish.

With this win, Dua has reached almost ₹72 Lakhs in lifetime earnings.

The Game Changer 4.0 third place finisher Raman ‘ifryu’ Gujral (4th for ₹1.62 Lakhs), Ashit ‘nexus010’ Sharma (6th for ₹97,500), and Saturday’s Titan Stack winner on Spartan Poker Pranay ‘setmeup’ Chawla (7th for ₹81,250) FT-ed the tourney.

Final Table Results

  1. Puneet ‘neo1’ Dua – ₹4,86,000
  2. Gaurav ‘kira1545’ Kaul – ₹3,41,000
  3. wazza92 – ₹2,19,000
  4. Raman ‘ifryu’ Gujral – ₹1,62,000
  5. Kanishka777 – ₹1,22,000
  6. Ashit ‘nexus010’ Sharma – ₹97,500
  7. Pranay ‘setmeup’ Chawla – ₹81,250
  8. kingjacksuited – ₹64,750

 

Pocket Aces 15 Lakhs GTD – Pocket52

Buy-in – ₹4,400

Entries – 239

Re-entries – 99

Prize Pool – ₹15,00,000

Places Paid – 49

Pocket52`s Sunday special ₹15 Lakhs GTD Pocket Aces drew 338 runners yesterday, causing an overlay of ₹1.48 Lakhs.

Walking away with the title was Shivam ‘Broosky’ Shukla, who defeated ‘John_wick1399’ (runner-up for ₹2.25 Lakhs) heads-up to win ₹3 Lakhs.

Naman ‘nammy09’ Puri finished 4th for ₹1.05 Lakhs.

Final Table Results

  1. Shivam ‘Broosky’ Shukla – ₹3,00,000
  2. John_wick1399 – ₹2,25,000
  3. star0008 – ₹1,65,000
  4. Naman ‘nammy09’ Puri – ₹1,05,000
  5. TimeLoop – ₹67,500
  6. TimeHasCome – ₹52,500

 

Big Slick 15 Lakhs GTD – Adda52

Buy-in – ₹2,500

Entries – 323

Re-entries – 238

Prize Pool – ₹15,00,000

Places Paid – 62

Adda52’s ₹15 Lakhs GTD Big Slick started at 6 PM, and by the time the late registrations got over around three-and-half hours later, the tourney lobby displayed 561 entries.

The site had to fill in a significant ₹2.38 Lakhs shortfall.

It took almost eight hours on non-stop play before ‘beherapunya211’ held all the chips in play to win ₹2.74 Lakhs – their best-recorded score on the site.

The runner-up prize of ₹2.01 Lakhs went to ‘ali33’.

Anirban ‘ajgar5’ D Das (3rd for ₹1.47 Lakhs), Himanshu ‘pirateking7’ Arora (4th for ₹1.08 Lakhs), Pritam ‘pritam1301’ Amritkar (5th for ₹79,114), Sethuram ‘acepoker7325’ Kannan (7th for ₹42,507), and Rishab ‘rish1994’ Malik (8th for ₹31,157) FT-ed the tourney.

Final Table Results

  1. beherapunya2111 – ₹2,74,060
  2. ali33 – ₹2,00,885
  3. Anirban ‘ajgar5’ D Das – ₹1,47,248
  4. Himanshu ‘pirateking7’ Arora – ₹1,07,932
  5. Pritam ‘pritam1301’ Amritkar – ₹79,114
  6. TheRedWaste – ₹57,990
  7. Sethuram ‘acepoker7325’ Kannan – ₹42,507
  8. Rishab ‘rish1994’ Malik – ₹31,157

 

Money Heist 10 Lakhs GTD Spartan Poker

Buy-in – ₹3,300

Entries – 168

Re-entries – 24

Re-buys – 85

Prize Pool – ₹10,00,000

Places Paid – 27

Spartan Poker`s ₹10 Lakhs GTD Money Heist had to fill in a landslide ₹1.69 Lakhs overlay from a turnout of 277 entries.

Taking down the tourney was the #3 ranked player this year, MTT pro Srihari ‘bangbang99’ Bang, who cut a heads-up deal with MTT reg Pranav ‘pranavpoker’ Khandalkar (runner-up for ₹1.78 Lakhs) before adding ₹1.92 Lakhs to his bankroll.

Myron ‘mehhhhh’ Pereira (3rd for ₹1.02 Lakhs), Aman ‘Karmapoker’ Parakh (5th for ₹66,900), and Pranay ‘kabira speaking’ Chawla (6th for ₹51,400) FT-ed the tourney.

Runner-up Pranav Khandalkar
Runner-up Pranav Khandalkar

 

Final Table Results

  1. Srihari ‘bangbang99’ Bang – ₹1,92,148*
  2. Pranav ‘pranavpoker’ Khandalkar – ₹1,78,852*
  3. Myron ‘mehhhhh’ Pereira – ₹1,02,900
  4. joyi2492 – ₹83,900
  5. Aman ‘Karmapoker’ Parakh – ₹66,900
  6. Pranay ‘kabira speaking’ Chawla – ₹51,400
  7. Luck_obsessed – ₹37,400
  8. f00l4u – ₹27,100
  9. NUTPEDDLER – ₹22,400

 

INCOOP–192 The Big Crunch 10 Lakhs GTD – PokerStars India

Buy-in – ₹3,300

Entries – 168

Re-entries – 98

Prize Pool – ₹10,00,000

Places Paid – 47

Part of the INCOOP series, PokerStars India’s ₹10 Lakhs GTD INCOOP–192 The Big Crunch, started at 9:30 PM and went on till 4:45 AM on Monday. The tourney registered 266 runners to get slapped by a shortfall of ₹2.02 Lakhs.

The tourney played down to a three-way deal with the UVS Millionaire Lite champion Neeraj ‘SelfClaimedPro’ Kumar walking away with the title and the ₹1.45 Lakhs first-place cash prize. Myron ‘khAAbib’ Pereira (runner-up for ₹1.27 Lakhs) and Amit ‘the_ziro’ J (3rd for ₹1.36 Lakhs) finished in close distance of Kumar.

The recent Millionaire champion Ayush ‘Kyanaamrakhu’ Garg cashed in 4th place for ₹68,265.

Runner-up Myron Pereira
Runner-up Myron Pereira

 

Final Table Results

  1. Neeraj ‘SelfClaimedPro’ Kumar – ₹1,45,300*
  2. Myron ‘khAAbib’ Pereira – ₹1,27,193*
  3. Amit ‘the_ziro’ J – ₹1,36,162*
  4. Ayush ‘Kyanaamrakhu’ Garg – ₹68,265
  5. pinawxd – ₹49,190
  6. [email protected] – ₹35,446

*denotes three-way deal

 

BSS MegaStack 8 Lakhs GTD – PokerBaazi

Buy-in – ₹2,750

Entries – 177

Re-entries – 139

Prize Pool – ₹8,00,000

Places Paid – 36

Aman ‘KarmaPoker’ Parakh has been a consistent winner these last few months, and he added another title to his exploding online resume last night. Parakh outplayed the 316-entry field in PokerBaazi’s ₹8 Lakhs GTD BSS MegaStack to win ₹1.77 Lakhs.

Siddhant ‘snape’ Sethia finished runner-up for ₹1.24 Lakhs.

Paying out the top 36 places, the event suffered an overlay of ₹10,000.

Nitin ‘philhermouth’ Arora (4th for ₹59,040), Guruprasad ‘fish_calling’ Gupta (5th for ₹44,320), Sanchit ‘Czar’ Pande (7th for ₹29,440), and Suresh ‘oil_trader’ Kolli (8th for ₹23,600) FT-ed the event.

Final Table Results

  1. Aman ‘KarmaPoker’ Parakh – ₹1,77,000
  2. Siddhant ‘snape’ Sethia – ₹1,24,000
  3. backchod – ₹79,760
  4. Nitin ‘philhermouth’ Arora – ₹59,040
  5. Guruprasad ‘fish_calling’ Gupta – ₹44,320
  6. 7EVEN9INE – ₹35,440
  7. Sanchit ‘Czar’ Pande – ₹29,440
  8. Suresh ‘oil_trader’ Kolli – ₹23,600

 

BSS Monster 6 – Max 5 Lakhs GTD – PokerBaazi

Buy-in – ₹2,750

Entries – 118

Re-entries – 90

Prize Pool – ₹5,20,000

Places Paid – 24

The ₹5 Lakhs GTD BSS Monster 6-Max crushed its prize pool guarantee after registering 208 entries. Mahesh mahikalra’ Shyamsundar was the star of the tourney, for he eliminated Rishab ‘ryuk’ Malik in the heads-up to win the title and ₹1.26 Lakhs. The latter pocketed ₹88,040 for his second-place finish.

Rohit ‘acesinyourfaces’ Setia (4th for ₹41,910), and Banmanlang ‘bml2012’ Lyndem (5th for ₹31,460) FT-ed the tourney.

Runner-up Rishab Malik
Runner-up Rishab Malik

 

Final Table Results

  1. Mahesh ‘mahikalra’ Shyamsundar – ₹1,26,000
  2. Rishab ‘ryuk’ Malik – ₹88,040
  3. SharkTav95 – ₹56,580
  4. Rohit ‘acesinyourfaces’ Setia – ₹41,910
  5. Banmanlang ‘bml2012’ Lyndem – ₹31,460
  6. sonushejpal – ₹25,170

 

Hurricane 5 Lakhs GTD – Adda52

Buy-in – ₹1,800

Entries – 134

Re-entries – 135

Prize Pool – ₹5,00,000

Places Paid – 27

An unknown user ‘fiery’ shipped Adda52’s ₹5 Lakhs GTD Hurricane to win ₹84,693 after topping 269 contenders. The player struck a four-way deal with ‘arjunraghani4444’ (2nd for ₹78,508), ‘Hell12’ (3rd for ₹74,804), and ‘anki20’ (4th for ₹70,245).

The tourney suffered an overlay of ₹58,840, and 27 places got paid.

‘htijnar2003’ bubbled the FT in 7th place for ₹16,250. Vishwanath ‘vish4u2’ Borhade placed sixth for ₹21,250.

Final Table Results

  1. fiery – ₹84,693
  2. arjunraghani4444 – ₹78,508
  3. Hell12 – ₹74,804
  4. anki20 – ₹70,245
  5. mj333 – ₹28,750
  6. Vishwanath ‘vish4u2’ Borhade – ₹21,250

*denotes four-way deal

 

INCOOP -186 Sunday Warm Up 5 Lakhs GTD – PokerStars India

Buy-in – ₹1,375

Entries – 209

Re-entries – 137

Prize Pool – ₹5,00,000

Places Paid – 36

The ₹5 Lakhs GTD INCOOP -186 Sunday Warm Up brought together 346 challengers, overlaying ₹67,500.

The top 36 places finished ITM, and ‘PepperChicken’ came out on top to win ₹80,933 after a four-way deal.

Pavan ‘Pavankiranb’ Kiran B (runner-up for ₹64,367), Harsh ‘harsh1327’ Bubna (3rd for ₹70,532), and ‘Burglar90’ (4th for ₹68,188) were the other top finishers.

Runner-up Pavan Kiran B
Runner-up Pavan Kiran B

 

Final Table Results

  1. PepperChicken – ₹80,933*
  2. Pavan ‘Pavankiranb’ Kiran B – ₹64,367*
  3. Harsh ‘harsh1327’ Bubna – ₹70,532*
  4. Burglar90 – ₹68,188*
  5. backchod launda – ₹32,852
  6. Unleashed2519 – ₹24,635
  7. adi2244 – ₹18,474
  8. sat_65ps – ₹13,854
  9. gun$ling3r – ₹10,389

*denotes four-way deal

 

Bracelet 5 Lakhs GTD – Pocket52

Buy-in – ₹1,100

Entries – 282

Re-entries – 137

Prize Pool – ₹5,00,000

Places Paid – 81

One of the marquee Sunday offerings at Pocket52, the ₹5 Lakhs GTD Bracelet played out amid 419 runners last night, experiencing a whopping ₹81,000 shortfall. ‘Allwaysbuffing’ bested the competition to win ₹97,500 and ₹50,000 in gold as added value.

Final Table Results

  1. Allwaysbuffing₹97,500*
  2. CrushingItDeep – ₹61,250
  3. BulletsBaby – ₹42,500
  4. YSoSerious – ₹32,500
  5. yuvraj12 – ₹25,000
  6. mastermind – ₹18,500

*winner also receives ₹50,000 in gold

 

Pocket Lunch 1.5 Lakhs GTD – Pocket52

Buy-in – ₹1,100

Entries – 96

Re-entries – 49

Prize Pool – ₹1,50,000

Places Paid – 27

Pocket52`s ₹1.5 Lakhs GTD Pocket Lunch registered 145 entries to experience a shortfall of ₹50,000. ‘SanjayBullet’s proved the last player standing and won ₹34,500.

The Pocket Aces finalist, Naman ‘nammy09’ Puri, posting his second FT score of the day, finished 4th for ₹12,000.

 

Pocket Dinner 1.5 Lakhs GTD – Pocket52

Buy-in – ₹1,100

Entries – 95

Re-entries – 39

Prize Pool – ₹1,50,000

Places Paid – 27

With 134 entries, the ₹1.5 GTD Pocket Dinner had to fill in an overlay of ₹16,000. ‘tiltmenot’ was the last player standing and won ₹34,500.

The top 27 spots were paid, and this included Himanshu ‘hdwivedi3’ Dwivedi, who finished 5th for ₹9,000.

 

Big Bang 1 Lakh GTD NLHE – Khelo365

Buy-in – ₹2,200

Entries – 37

Re-entries – 12

Prize Pool – ₹1,00,000

Places Paid – 5

The Sunday headliner on Khelo365, the ₹1 Lakhs GTD Big Bang, featured a ₹2,200 entry buy-in and attracted 49 entries, falling one buy-in short of breaking even.

Only the final five players could earn a payout, and walking away with the ₹43,000 top prize was ‘Srinikumar.’

 

Dominator 50K GTD NLHE – Khelo365

Buy-in – ₹825

Entries – 41

Re-entries – 32

Prize Pool – ₹54,750

Places Paid – 8

Khelo365`s ₹50K Dominator had 73 hopefuls signing up, making for a ₹54,750 prize pool. The anonymous ‘Santoshi’ defeated ‘srikantnaya’ (runner-up for ₹10,950) heads-up to clinch the title and ₹18,615.

 

Grinder 2.0 20K GTD – Khelo365

Buy-in – ₹275

Entries – 40

Re-entries – 30

Prize Pool – ₹20,000

Places Paid – 8

Topping a field of 70 entries, ‘ramu21’ took down the ₹20K GTD Grinder 2.0 for ₹6,800.

 

This report was updated at 6 PM on 21.09.2020

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