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Laksh Pal Singh, Goonjan Mall, Sanat Mehrotra, & Ujjwal Narwal Bank Massive Sunday Scores

Sunday Online Railbird Report
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  • Attreyee K. Ganguly November 23, 2020
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It was a rocking Sunday on the virtual felts as Adda52’s World Poker Tour (WPT) Online India series wrapped up with the 2.5 Crores GTD WPT India Main Event crowning a champion in Kumar Sahaj, who won a jaw-dropping 50 Lakhs! IPC’s Final Table Series (FTS) is also on the home stretch with the 2 Crores GTD FTS Main Event scheduled to play down to a winner today.

With such massive guaranteed tournaments on offer, Team PokerGuru saw two of its Ambassadors, Parikshit Dhall and Ankit Wadhawan pick up titles. At the same time, Laksh Pal Singh, Ashish Ahuja, Vivek Singh and Mithun Mahesh also posted deep runs.ts

Without further ado, let’s check out what happened yesterday!


Spartan Poker

The pièce de résistance of India Poker Championship’s first-ever Final Table Series (FTS), the 2 Crores GTD FTS Main Event, hosted two starting flights on Sunday. Sporting a 35,000 buy-in, the event ended up locking in 653 entries, generating a mammoth 2.08 Crores prize pool.

Day 2 started off at 10 PM and played down to the final seven. Shivang ‘RegularPlaya’ Yadav bagged the overnight chip lead with a stack of 8,253,607. Young Gun Kanchan ‘Midge Maisel’ Sharma (5,678,473) and seasoned MTT pro Jasven ‘Ponkey’ Saigal (2,050,536) grabbed the next top stacks. The final table starts at 6 PM today. The action will be live-streamed on the PokerGuru Facebook page, with Maria Ho coming in as the guest commentator.

Kanchan Sharma
Kanchan Sharma


The 40 Lakhs GTD FTS#17 was among the big-ticket tournaments on Spartan Poker`s Sunday schedule. The event clocked in 907 contenders to register a deficit of 3.72 Lakhs. Online regular Kunal ‘kvohra’ Vohra navigated his way to the top to win the champion`s medallion and the impressive 6.66 Lakhs up-top. The runner-up ‘bob_marley’ secured a 5.76 Lakhs payout following a heads-up deal.

The penultimate featured event on the FTS roster was the 35 Lakhs GTD FTS#14 – Head Hunter. Sunday saw the 8-max FT resume play with PokerGuru Ambassador Ashish ‘Spewushhhiiiii’ Ahuja starting out as the FT chip leader. The Chandigarh-based pro lost the title to Young Gun Siddharth ‘schemer77’ Karia, who banked 6.17 Lakhs in the top prize. Ahuja finished runner-up for 4.15 Lakhs.

Siddharth Karia

Siddharth Karia


The Chandigarh-based pro, nevertheless, crossed two important milestones yesterday. His phenomenal performance ensured that he not only entered the elite 6 Crores Club’, but also surpassed the 3 Crores-mark in annual earnings! Ahuja now has 6.06 Crores in online winnings.

Runner-up Ashish Ahuja
Ashish Ahuja


The PokerGuru Ambassador who managed to win an FTS title last night was Parikshit ‘zapdos1311’ Dhall. He obliterated the 563-player pool in the 12.5 Lakhs GTD FTS#18 to walk away with 2.73 Lakhs in prize money. Goonjan ‘gmtesting’ Mall placed second for 1.73 Lakhs. The event posted a 14.07 Lakhs prize pool that was distributed among the top 55 finishers.

Parikshit Dhall
Parikshit Dhall


The 5 Lakhs GTD FTS#16 witnessed ‘bob_marley,’ who had fallen whiskers short of claiming the FTS#17 title, triumph over the 630-entry field, and bag the lion’s share of the 6.3 Lakhs prize pool worth 1.02 Lakhs. After agreeing to a heads-up deal, runner up ‘plsbabymuck’ walked away with 97,264.


PokerStars India

The DIWALI RUSH series has returned on PokerStars India. Headlining the Sunday schedule was the 20 Lakhs GTD DIWALI RUSH-02 Sunday Special that registered 347 participants, overlaying 2.65 Lakhs. Abhishek ‘Addysonu’ Sonu raced past the crowded field and took home a top prize worth 3.59 Lakhs, just as Young Gun Gaurav ‘3betPanda’ Sood came in second for 2.33 Lakhs. With this win, Sonu boosted his winnings on PokerStars India to 21.6 Lakhs, while the yearly leaderboard topper for the past 28 weeks, Sood saw his lifetime online cashes shoot up to 6.19 Crores.

Abhishek Sonu
Abhishek Sonu


The DIWALI RUSH-04 Sunday Highroller SE was the other marquee event on offer. After gathering 169 entrants, the 11,000 entry buy-in tourney experienced an overlay of 1.1 Lakhs. Mystery user ‘thedesiviper’ claimed the title and top prize of 3.41 Lakhs, following a heads-up chop with PokerStars India regular ‘Psychonaut007’ (runner-up for 2.92 Lakhs).

The “Star of the Month” – November leaderboard race completed its Week #3 sprint last night. Besides the Sunday Special, the 1.5 Lakhs GTD DIWALI RUSH-06 Sunday Supersonic was the other tourney that awarded TLB points for the leaderboard. The anonymous ‘getsetgo666’ trounced the 145-entry field and netted 27,376 in first-place prize money. A heads-up deal saw [email protected]receive a runner-up payout worth 27,366.

For complete details on the “Star of the Month” promotion and the latest leaderboard standings, visit the promotions page.



The magnum opus of the WPT India Online Series (WPTOI), the 2.5 Crores GTD WPT India Main Event, pulled the curtains down on the series last night. The showstopper tourney logged in 2,573 entries across a marathon of 10 starting flights, generating a mind-boggling 2.57 Crores prize pool. Day 2 began with 323 survivors returning to contend for the grand prize, but only the top 269 finished in the money.

Trouncing this guarantee-smashing field to become the 2020 WPT India Main Event champion was Kumar ‘kumar69’ Sahaj! The relatively lesser-known player outlasted ‘PsychG0D’ heads-up to win a life-altering 50 Lakhs! Barot collected an equally impressive 26.49 Lakhs.

Along with the ginormous prize money, Sahaj was awarded the WPT Main Event trophy, a Hublot Classic wristwatch valued at 7 Lakhs, and a WPT Passport worth $5,000!

The star-studded final table featured the likes of PokerGuru Ambassador Laksh Pal ‘BoomTilt23’ Singh (3rd for 19.21 Lakhs), Goonjan ‘gmtesting’ Mall (4th for 13.53 Lakhs), Ashumi ‘Ashumi’ Parakh (5th for 9.44 Lakhs), Sriharsha ‘Ivey2’ Doddapaneni (7th for 4.40 Lakhs) and Kamlesh ‘nirbadh’ Pandey (8th for 2.88 Lakhs).

Laksh Pal Singh
Laksh Pal Singh


One of the special events of the series, the 30 Lakhs GTD WPT India – Mike Sexton Tribute, also played out yesterday. Hosted in honor of the Poker Hall of Famer and legendary WPT Commentator Mike Sexton, who passed away on September 7, the 11,000 entry buy-in tournament attracted 395 entries, collecting a guarantee-smashing 39.50 Lakhs prize pool. Hemant ‘hemper’ Padamwar was the last player standing and pocketed 9.79 Lakhs in prize money. Shashank ‘Goldfish03’ Shekhar came in second for 5.92 Lakhs, while Young Gun Ujjwal ‘fourteenk’ Narwal posting his second FT score of the night, placed third for 4.14 Lakhs. Apart from the prize money, Padamwar also received a WPT trophy and a $1,000 WPT Passport as a part of the ‘Added Value’ promotion.

Ujjwal Narwal
Ujjwal Narwal


The 20 Lakhs GTD WPT 2500 garnered 970 entries to collect 21.82 Lakhs in the prize pool. PokerGuru Ambassador Ankit ‘d00mtr00p3r’ Wadhawan conquered the event for a cool 5.31 Lakhs paycheque, while his teammate Vivek ‘vivek94540’ Singh came in second for 2.89 Lakhs. Wadhawan has been in peak form over the past few weeks, having won Spartan Poker’s ₹20 Lakhs GTD FTS#6 on November 18 and PokerStars India’s ₹12 Lakhs GTD Highroller on November 20. His total recorded online earnings have reached 4.19 Crores after last night’s score.

Ankit Wadhawan
Ankit Wadhawan


The 15 Lakhs GTD WPT India Madness had commenced on November 16, Monday, same as the WPT India Main Event. After hosting seven starting flights, the 550 buy-in tourney registered 2,273 entries, overlaying 3.63 Lakhs. Following almost five hours of play on Day 2, Vidur ‘bullgod89’ Singhal came out on top to collect a 2.25 Lakhs payday. ‘arushiagarwal’ finished runner-up for 1.60 Lakhs.

Vidur Singhal
Vidur Singhal


Former AOPS Main Event champion Faiz ‘TheInternetKid’ Alam picked up his third WPT title by shipping the 6 Lakhs GTD WPT Moonlight for 1.69 Lakhs. The event wrangled in 417 entrants to generate a prize pool worth 6.83 Lakhs. Alam defeated Pankaj ‘Pok3rking’ Nanda (runner-up for 1.02 Lakhs) in the heads-up play to claim the title. Alam had previously won the WPT Novemberfest on November 6 and the WPT Late Night on November 18. This latest win has boosted his lifetime tally to 3.03 Crores.

Faiz Alam
Faiz Alam


The final 5 Lakhs GTD WPT Classic at the series, like the previous editions, failed to meet its prize pool guarantee. However, it was a relatively minor overlay of 27,710 on the back of 346 entries. Seasoned pro Dhaval ‘dirtyzoso’ Mudgal championed the tourney to collect 82,912, while Neeraj ‘kumartomar’ Kumar came in second for 73,372.

Dhaval Mudgal
Dhaval Mudgal


With WPTOI now in the books, it’s time to take a look at the Mega and Mini leaderboards. The Mega leaderboard saw well-known reg Raghav ‘BaLuGaWhAlE’ Bansal come out on top with 702 points. The Delhi-based pro had shipped the ₹30 Lakhs GTD WPT Big Game and the ₹30 Lakhs GTD WPT Thursday Feature, while also finishing runner-up in the ₹30 Lakhs GTD WPT India Mini Highroller. Bansal will collect an additional 10 Lakhs for topping the Mega leaderboard.

Raghav Bansal
Raghav Bansal


PokerGuru Ambassador and the 2019 WPT India Main Event champion Ashish ‘ragspoker’ Munot placed second with 698 points. He picked up his career-second WPT title in the ₹20 Lakhs GTD WPT Wednesday Feature on November 18. Ayush ‘lazyman’ Garg secured the third spot on the leaderboard with 676 points. He had shipped the first marquee tourney of the series, the ₹30 Lakhs GTD WPT Kickoff, on November 5.

Top 10 of the Mega Leaderboard

1Ashish 'ragspoker' Munot813
2Ashish 'rocky3705' Ahuja786
3Raghav 'BaLuGaWhAlE' Bansal782
4Laksh 'BoomTilt23' Pal Singh743
5Ayush 'lazyman' Garg728
6Siddarth 'badtameez_donk' Singhvi721
7Kamal 'ksn123' Naruka700
8Tarun 'aggtarun' Goyal694
9Gagandeep 'gaganhyd' Singh693
10Siddharth 'PsychG0D' Barot403
11Sumit 'Hammer_Head' Sapra574
12Sagar 'alwaysnutz' Choudhury564
13Saahib 'saahib' Bawa555
14Rubin 'kornkif' Labroo539
15Sanat 'mehro2511' Mehrotra539
16Anant 'Pro_baba' Purohit528
17Neeraj 'Kumartomar' Kumar526
18Naresh 'emperor457' Veeravalli517
19Kartik 'Pegasus1505' Ved499
20Vikranth 'borntrouble' Varma492
21Jasven 'bajateraho' Saigal490
22Rachit 'baba_ramdev' Soni478
23Vishnu 'violator' Khandelwal476
24Aniket 'anteman' Waghmare461
25Mohit 'tinda2706' Mittal461
26Kunal 'KunalPatni' Patni457
27Anuj 'anuj25395' Yadav455
28Srihari 'zombieballs' Bang443
29Peushup 'peushup' Eugene435
31Tanmay Sanjay 'tsb2127' Bhalerao431
32Arjanveer Singh 'arjan30' Chadha426
33Siddharth 'skaria1' Karia425
34Ranjeet 'rj147' Negi423
35Vashi 'fiery' VasMoh414
36Manish 'newkidpoker' Lakhotia412
37Amit 'TIMA1106' More412
38Mohit 'monuguru' Gupta410
39Nitin 'Bigbluffs' Arora405
40Gokul 'Niruha' Raj401
41Sahil 'bluffme19' Chutani396
42Arsh 'BigggTymeR' Grover395
43Ratul 'riverking021' Steves394
45Guneet 'guntz' Kwatra385
46Sahil 'ImHighIshove' Mahboobani384
47Praveen 'thepokerfaceblr' Chandra383
48Ritwik 'ritwik27' Khanna379
49Mithun 'Themiths' Mahesh377
50Anmol 'anzzzzz' Mehta375

The Mini Leaderboard was topped by Arjun ‘Beatthefish66’ Arora with 2,136 points. Site regular ‘Lokimon’ grabbed the second position with 2,014 points, while

Gadadhar ‘gd1921’ Behera came in third with 2,011 points.


Top 10 of the Mini Leaderboard

1Arjun 'Beatthefish66' Arora2,241
2Gadadhar 'gd1921' Behera2,118
4Neeraj 'kumartomar' Kumar2,047
6Pradip 'Nit2Donk' Ghosh1,888
8Himanshu 'StupidCommonMan' Kataria1,552
9Kritagya 'kritagya_17' Sharma1,504
10Pratibh 'MrGTO' Saluja1,364
11Devrat 'Vickypune' Singh1,293
13Saahib 'saahib' Bawa1,112
15Ram 'mowgumotu' Kakkar1,038
16Navaneesha 'np406' P977
17Shailesh 'MrShailesh' Patel927
18Arlan Mukhtar 'Arsyyy' Lanker893
19Abhiroop 'Daniel90' Gupta884
21Faiz 'TheInternetKid' Alam874
24Ranveer Singh 'seven2222' Sandhu831
26Sankesh 'CHERRYPAJI' Kumar823
29Bhavit 'Tyrogambit' Jain789
30Aarchit 'Aarchit' Dhadwal758
31Ankit 'kasatankit' Kasat757
36Monish 'monish1965' Kumar712
38Mahesh 'mahikalra' Shyamsundar687
39Navin 'kutkut69A' Bohania681
40Sanjay 'Floppednuts' Kumar681
42Avinash 'avinkon' Koneru657
43Sanjeeta 'realkidsanju' Kumari650
47Somesh 'JackNotMa' Patel615
50Pankaj 'Pok3rking' Nanda598



The second edition of PokerBaazi`s 50 Lakhs GTD Value Bomb had commenced on November 18 and culminated yesterday. The 2,750 entry buy-in event dragged in 2,107 entries across four starting flights. A total of 227 runners made it through to Day 2 and were slated to finish in the money.

Sanat ‘mehro2511’ Mehrotra emerged as the latest Value Bomb champion! He defeated ‘faze’ in the heads-up finale to bank a winner’s paycheque worth 9.01 Lakhs. The runner-up took home 6.70 Lakhs. Mehrotra, who had shipped the ₹15 Lakhs GTD The Weekly HighRoller on November 20, had won a personal-best 25 Lakhs in Adda52’s ₹1 Crore GTD Full House on June 7. He presently has 3.86 Crores in MTT winnings.

Runner-up Sanat Mehrotra
Sanat Mehrotra


PokerBaazi’s staple Sunday tourney, the 20 Lakhs GTD BSS SuperStack, ran its usual course last night. Even after registering 381 entries, the site had to fill in an overlay of 95,000. Aditya ‘adikumar2010’ Kumar championed the event for 4.20 Lakhs, after besting Young Gun Ujjwal ‘Mr_Robot’ Narwal (runner-up for 2.94 Lakhs) heads-up. PokerGuru Ambassador Mithun ‘thepokeraja’ Mahesh rounded out the podium finishes, placing third for 1.89 Lakhs.

Aditya Kumar
Aditya Kumar


The Baazi Grinders Series that kicked off on November 16 also concluded yesterday. The series’ star attraction, the 6 Lakhs GTD Grinders#39 Main Event, crowned a champion in Game Changer 2.0 winner Shagun ‘sogani22’ Jain, who pocketed 1.29 Lakhs for the win. Rohit ‘mrblue1205’ Malhotra finished runner-up for 89,960. Jain had won Adda52’s ₹60 Lakhs GTD Grand Mega Suits for 12.60 Lakhs on November 1 and currently sits with 3.16 Crores in recorded online earnings.

Shagun Jain
Shagun Jain


The 5 Lakhs GTD BSS Monster 6-Max drew in 150 entries and suffered an overlay of 1.25 Lakhs. Anonymous user ‘mechchan01’ shipped the event for 1.29 Lakhs.

The other Sunday winners were:

PlayerPrize MoneyEventPoker Site
gauravgoru₹64,200WPT Late Night PKO ₹2.5 Lakhs GTDAdda52
shanky77₹52,735DIWALI RUSH-01 Warm-up ₹3 Lakhs GTDPokerStars India
Sumanth ‘Sp175’ Kumar₹45,217WPT Novemberfest ₹1.5 Lakhs GTDAdda52
Rajneesh ‘msdhoni’ Thakur₹44,330Turbo ₹1.5 Lakhs GTDPokerBaazi
₹44,082Sunday Nigh Rider ₹1.75 Lakhs GTD Spartan Poker
subham283₹42,400BigBang ₹1 Lakh GTDKhelo365
rattlesnake3:16₹40,132DIWALI RUSH-07 Ultrasonic ₹1.75 Lakhs GTDPokerStars India
Pokerzeus₹40,000Ragnarok ₹2 Lakhs GTDPocket52
Tanmay ‘truman’ Benara₹28,430Grinders#38 6-Max ₹1 Lakh GTDPokerBaazi
Arjun ‘Beatthefish66’ Arora₹26,298WPT Battlefield ₹1 Lakh GTDAdda52
shubh1506₹26,170DIWALI RUSH-05 Storm ₹2 Lakhs GTDPokerStars India
CantBelieveIwon₹23,934DIWALI RUSH-03 HORSE ₹50K GTDPokerStars India
Santoshi₹21,500Dominator ₹50K GTDKhelo365
Neeleshdave₹11,500Unravel ₹50K GTDPocket52
maklas₹8,000Grinder 2.0 ₹20K GTDKhelo365


WPT India Main Event Finale 2.5 Crores GTD Day 2 – Adda52

Buy-in – ₹11,000

Entries – 1,689

Re-entries – 884

Prize Pool – ₹2,57,30,000

Places Paid – 269

The first-ever WPT Online India Main Event champion has been crowned!

With a humungous prize pool guarantee of ₹2.5 Crores, the tournament ran 10 starting flights starting November 16. From Day 1A to Day 1J, a total of 2,573 hopefuls (1,689 unique and 884 re-entries) ponied up the ₹11,000 entry buy-in to collect a smashing ₹2.57 Crores in prize money.

Only 323 stacks made it to Day 2. With the multiple stacks removed, 273 players began Day 2 at 10.15 PM last night, 269 of them assured a share of the prize money.

The grind went on till almost 5 AM today, where climbing all the way to the top was a relatively lesser-known player Kumar ‘kumar69’ Sahaj. Sahaj defeated Siddharth ‘PsychG0D’ Barot in the heads-up play to win his career-first WPT Trophy and a career-changing ₹50 Lakhs in prize money.

The runner-up, Barot, also picked up his single-largest score worth ₹26.49 Lakhs. His recorded online tally now stands at ₹57.06 Lakhs.

PokerGuru Ambassador Laksh Pal ‘BoomTilt23’ Singh (3rd for ₹19.21 Lakhs), Goonjan ‘gmtesting’ Mall (4th for ₹13.53 Lakhs), Ashumi ‘Ashumi’ Parakh (5th for ₹9.44 Lakhs), Sriharsha ‘Ivey2’ Doddapaneni (7th for ₹4.40 Lakhs) and Kamlesh ‘nirbadh’ Pandey (8th for ₹2.88 Lakhs) also final tabled the event.

PokerGuru Ambassador Gokul ‘Niruha’ Raj (9th for ₹1.50 Lakhs), Sahil Bhaijiii’ Agarwal (10th for ₹1.50 Lakhs), PokerGuru Ambassador Ashish ‘Rocky3705’ Ahuja (11th for ₹1.50 Lakhs), PokerGuru Ambassador Ashish ‘ragspoker’ Munot (13th for ₹1.50 Lakhs), Sahil ‘ImHighIshove’ Mahboobani (14th for ₹1.44 Lakhs), Philip ‘sillyphilly’ Jude (15th for ₹1.44 Lakhs), Parth punit7690’ Aggarwal (17th for ₹1.44 Lakhs), Mayank ‘retardthezoo’ Agarwal (18th for ₹1.03 Lakhs), PokerGuru Ambassador Mithun Themiths’ Mahesh (19th for ₹1.03 Lakhs) and Hitesh buntai’ Batra (20th for ₹1.03 Lakhs) were the other players to run deep in the event.

Final Table Results

  1. Kumar ‘kumar69’ Sahaj – ₹50,00,000
  2. Siddharth ‘PsychG0D’ Barot – ₹26,49,324
  3. Laksh Pal ‘BoomTilt23’ Singh – ₹19,21,223
  4. Goonjan ‘gmtesting’ Mall – ₹13,53,277
  5. Ashumi ‘Ashumi’ Parakh – ₹9,44,918
  6. Adukre – ₹6,51,306
  7. Sriharsha ‘Ivey2’ Doddapaneni – ₹4,40,196
  8. Kamlesh ‘nirbadh’ Pandey- ₹2,88,405


FTS Main Event 2 Crores GTD Day 2 – Spartan Poker

Buy-in – ₹35,000

Entries – 411

Re-entries – 135

Rebuys – 107

Prize Pool – ₹2,08,96,000

Places Paid – 87

The much talked about ₹2 Crores GTD FTS Main Event clocked in 653 participants over two starting flights (Day 1A – 294 entries and Day 1B – 359 entries), and only 87 runners advanced through to Day 2 from the combined flights. The event accumulated a mouth-watering ₹2.08 Crores prize pool, and the top 87 places got paid.

Day 2 action was paused once the eight-handed FT was formed, where grabbing pole position was Shivang ‘RegularPlaya’ Yadav with a massive stack of 8,253,607. Young Gun Kanchan ‘Midge Maisel’ Sharma (5,678,473) and seasoned pro Jasven ‘Ponkey’ Saigal (2,050,536) rounded out the top three stacks.

The other notable names on the FT include Rahul ‘RRa6ul’ Rana (1,846,811) Shrey ‘godzplan’ Maheshwary (1,583,690), S. Nagendra ‘SorosDruckTudor’ Vadlamani (1,438,356), Arjun ‘lol this guy’ Pasricha (1,310,825) and Dhirendra ‘dhiru91’ Kumar (692,702).

The live-streamed FT commences at 6 PM today with international poker stars Maria Ho and Kevin MacPhee commentating.

Final Table Chip Counts

  1. Shivang ‘RegularPlaya’ Yadav – 8,253,607
  2. Kanchan ‘Midge Maisel’ Sharma – 5,678,473
  3. Jasven ‘Ponkey’ Saigal – 2,050,536
  4. Rahul ‘RRa6ul’ Rana – 1,846,811
  5. Shrey ‘godzplan’ Maheshwary – 1,583,690
  6. S. Nagendra ‘SorosDruckTudor’ Vadlamani – 1,438,356
  7. Arjun ‘lol this guy’ Pasricha – 1,310,825
  8. Dhirendra ‘dhiru91’ Kumar – 692,702


Value Bomb 50 Lakhs GTD Day 2 – PokerBaazi

Buy-in – ₹2,750

Entries – 1476

Re-entries – 631

Prize Pool – ₹52,68,000

Places Paid – 227

The headliner weekend event on PokerBaazi was the second edition of the ₹50 Lakhs GTD Value Bomb. The ₹2,750 entry buy-in event pulled in 2107 contenders (Day 1A – 515, Day 1B – 509, Day 1C – 486, and Day 1D – 597) across four starting flights to witness a guarantee-surpassing ₹52.68 Lakhs prize pool.

Sanat ‘mehro2511’ Mehrotra stormed his way through the competition, including ‘faze’ (runner-up for ₹6.7 Lakhs) in the heads-up play to win the title for ₹9.01 Lakhs. Mehrotra even crossed the ₹3 Crores marker in yearly scores after this victory. His lifetime recorded MTT scores are now standing at ₹3.95 Crores.

Shivam ‘barbarik12’ Kumar Singh (3rd for ₹5.20 Lakhs), Charush ‘charsipro’ Bhatia (5th for ₹3.31 Lakhs), and Akash ‘winnerwinner’ Punshi (7th for ₹1.96 Lakhs) were among the FT scorers.

Final Table Results

  1. Sanat ‘mehro2511’ Mehrotra – ₹9,01,000
  2. faze – ₹6,70,000
  3. Shivam ‘barbarik12’ Kumar Singh – ₹5,20,000
  4. iamwinner22 – ₹4,17,000
  5. Charush ‘charsipro’ Bhatia – ₹3,31,000
  6. rakesh666 – ₹2,57,000
  7. Akash ‘winnerwinner’ Punshi – ₹1,96,000
  8. shashank171992 – ₹1,41,000
  9. Utraj4 – ₹95,340


FTS#17 40 Lakhs GTD – Spartan Poker

Buy-in – ₹4,400

Entries – 439

Re-entries – 183

Re-buys – 285

Prize Pool – ₹40,00,000

Places Paid – 87

The ₹40 Lakhs GTD FTS#17 was among the featured tourneys of the day on Spartan Poker. The event had to fill in an overlay of ₹3.72 Lakhs on the back of 907 challengers, and the top 87 finishers walked past the money zone.

Taking down the title was Kunal ‘kvohra’ Vohra, who banked ₹6.66 Lakhs in prize money following a heads-up deal with ‘bob_marley’ (runner-up for ₹5.76 Lakhs).

This was a much-needed score for Vohra, who was on a ₹63.87 Lakhs downswing on the site and recovered over 10% of his losses.

The only known player who got featured on the FT was Manish ‘thekid’ Lakhotia (6th for ₹1.62 Lakhs).

Final Table Results

  1. Kunal ‘kvohra’ Vohra – ₹6,66,616*
  2. bob_marley – ₹5,76,184*
  3. @[email protected] – ₹3,41,200
  4. MrKhan84 – ₹2,61,003
  5. mainhunfish – ₹2,08,000
  6. Manish ‘thekid’ Lakhotia – ₹1,62,800
  7. Ntwadumela – ₹1,20,400
  8. TooProuD2FolD – ₹82,800

*denotes heads-up deal


FTS#14 – Head Hunter 35 Lakhs GTD – Spartan Poker

Buy-in – ₹16,500

Entries – 153

Re-entries – 70

Re-buys – 69

Total Prize Pool – ₹43,80,000

Regular Prize Pool – ₹29,20,000

Knockout Prize Pool – ₹14,60,000

Places Paid – 31

Spartan Poker’s ₹35 Lakhs GTD FTS#14 – Head Hunter kicked off on Saturday. The ₹16,500 entry buy-in tourney managed to pull in 292 participants, and the top 31 places shared the ₹43.80 Lakhs prize pool. The event was paused when the FT got formed, and the players reconvened on Sunday to play down to a winner.

The last player standing at the event was Young Gun Siddharth ‘schemer77’ Karia, who took away the up-top cash prize worth ₹6.17 Lakhs after prevailing over PokerGuru Ambassador Ashish ‘Spewushhhiiiii’ Ahuja (runner-up for ₹4.15 Lakhs) in the heads-up play.

The other known players who posted FT scores included Vishnu ‘violator’ Khandelwal (3rd for ₹2.93 Lakhs), Ashish ‘UGOTBLUFF’ Pareek (4th for ₹2.37 Lakhs), Vikaash ‘viks82’ Shah (5th for ₹1.88 Lakhs), Vikranth ‘borntrouble’ Varma (6th for ₹1.42 Lakhs), and Raghav ‘thatssosick’ Bansal (8th for ₹76,212).

Final Table Results

  1. Siddharth ‘schemer77’ Karia – ₹6,17,580
  2. Ashish ‘Spewushhhiiiii’ Ahuja – ₹4,15,808
  3. Vishnu ‘violator’ Khandelwal – ₹2,93,168
  4. Ashish ‘UGOTBLUFF’ Pareek – ₹2,37,688
  5. Vikaash ‘viks82’ Shah – ₹1,88,048
  6. Vikranth ‘borntrouble’ Varma – ₹1,42,788
  7. Jomathu – ₹1,04,244
  8. Raghav ‘thatssosick’ Bansal – ₹76,212


WPT 2500 20 Lakhs GTD – Adda52

Buy-in – ₹2,500

Entries – 491

Re-entries – 479

Prize Pool – ₹21,82,517

Places Paid – 103

A total of 970 entries signed up for the ₹2,500 entry buy-in ₹25 Lakhs GTD WPT 2500 to collect ₹21.82 Lakhs in prize money.

The 6 PM tourney made a nine-hour run before handing out the WPT Trophy to PokerGuru Ambassador Ankit ‘d00mtr00p3r’ Wadhawan.

Wadhawan, who has live scores at WPT Cambodia and WPT Goa, has been on a roll lately; he won two events last week – the ₹20 Lakhs GTD FTS #6 for ₹4.65 Lakhs on Wednesday and the PokerStars India ₹12 Lakhs GTD Highroller on Friday for ₹2.49 Lakhs. Last night, he helped himself to a juicy ₹5.31 Lakhs after eliminating fellow PokerGuru Ambassador Vivek ‘vivek94540’ Singh (runner-up for ₹2.89 Lakhs) in second place.

While we may have missed a few of his scores (technical issues), Wadhawan has already accumulated over ₹20 Lakhs this month. Now that he has added a WPT Trophy to his expanding repertoire of feats, Wadhawan’s lifetime MTT earnings have zoomed past ₹4.24 Crores.

Sanish ‘sanish21’ Chhabra (3rd for ₹1.96 Lakhs), Abhishek ‘DurrrSucks’ Garg (6th for ₹63,293), Naresh ‘fireexit’ Rathnam (7th for ₹52,380) and Tanmay Sanjay ‘tsb2127’ Bhalerao (8th for ₹41,468) were the other FT scorers at the tourney.

Runner-up Vivek Singh
Runner-up Vivek Singh


Final Table Results

  1. Ankit ‘d00mtr00p3r’ Wadhawan – ₹5,31,439
  2. Vivek ‘vivek94540’ Singh – ₹2,89,618
  3. Sanish ‘sanish21’ Chhabra – ₹1,96,425
  4. sugth01 – ₹141,208
  5. dstar – ₹90,574
  6. Abhishek ‘DurrrSucks’ Garg – ₹63,293
  7. Naresh ‘fireexit’ Rathnam – ₹52,380
  8. Tanmay Sanjay ‘tsb2127’ Bhalerao – ₹41,468


BSS SuperStack 20 Lakhs GTD – PokerBaazi

Buy-in – ₹5,500

Entries – 211

Re-entries – 170

Prize Pool – ₹20,00,000

Places Paid – 45

While the Value Bomb took center stage at PokerBaazi, running alongside was the Sunday mainstay ₹20 Lakhs guaranteed BSS SuperStack. The ₹5,500 entry buy-in event attracted 381 contenders to post an overlay of ₹95,000.

After almost eight hours of play, the 7 PM tourney crowned Aditya ‘adikumar2010’ Kumar as the champion for ₹4.2 Lakhs. Young Gun Ujjwal ‘Mr_Robot’ Narwal settled for a runner-up score of ₹2.94 Lakhs.

This happens to be Kumar`s best-recorded finish on PokerBaazi and his second-best online score overall. His lifetime earnings have reached ₹43.21 Lakhs.

Gaurav ‘megantereon’ Sharma bubbled the FT in 9th place for ₹42,000.

PokerGuru Ambassador Mithun ‘thepokeraja’ Mahesh (3rd for ₹1.89 Lakhs), Harsh ‘100crdream’ Dembla (5th for ₹1.05 Lakhs), Prashanth ‘Iveyleague’ Sekar (6th for ₹84,000), Shagun ‘sogani22’ Jain (7th for ₹70,000), and Haider ‘Haider’ Madraswala (8th for ₹56,000) FT-ed the tourney.

Final Table Results

  1. Aditya ‘adikumar2010’ Kumar – ₹4,20,000
  2. Ujjwal ‘Mr_Robot’ Narwal – ₹2,94,000
  3. Mithun ‘thepokeraja’ Mahesh – ₹1,89,000
  4. Rehab7 – ₹1,40,000
  5. Harsh ‘100crdream’ Dembla – ₹1,05,000
  6. Prashanth ‘Iveyleague’ Sekar – ₹84,000
  7. Shagun ‘sogani22’ Jain – ₹70,000
  8. Haider ‘Haider’ Madraswala – ₹56,000


DIWALI RUSH-02 Sunday Special 20 Lakhs GTD – PokerStars India

Buy-in – ₹5,500

Entries – 198

Re-Entries – 149

Total Prize Pool – ₹20,00,000

Regular Prize Pool – ₹11,32,500

Bounty Prize Pool – ₹8,67,500

Places Paid – 55

The Sunday 5 PM tourney on PokerStars India, the DIWALI RUSH-02 Sunday Special, was the headline tourney on the series’ starting day. A turnout of 347 runners (198 unique and 149 re-entries) after four hours of late registrations resulted in an overlay deficit of ₹2.65 Lakhs.

After eight hours and thirty-nine minutes of intense action, Abhishek ‘Addysonu’ Sonu came on top to win the title for ₹3.60 Lakhs (₹2,10,145 in prize money and ₹1,49,512 in bounties). The runner-up prize went to our current annual leaderboard #1 topper, Gaurav ‘3betPanda’ Sood, who won ₹2.33 Lakhs (₹1,54,036 in prize money and ₹79,324 in bounties) for his efforts.

Goonjan Mall posted an incredible three FT finishes yesterday, worth a cumulative ₹17.01 Lakhs.

> Runner-up in Spartan Poker’s FTS #18 for ₹1,73,123

> 3rd in DIWALI RUSH-02 Sunday Special for ₹1,74,119

> 4th in Adda52’s WPT India Main Event Finale for ₹13,53,277

Kapil ‘racemonk’ Arora (4th for ₹1.07 Lakhs), Mohammad ‘Bund_Blaster’ Azhar (5th for ₹94,960), PokerGuru Ambassador Devvrat ‘[email protected]’ Arya (7th for ₹49,000), and Partho ‘SpidermanIndia’ Datta (9th for ₹20,012) also posted FT finishes.

Runner-up Gaurav Sood
Runner-up Gaurav Sood


Final Table Results (Including Bounties)

  1. Abhishek ‘Addysonu’ Sonu – ₹3,59,657
  2. Gaurav ‘3betPanda’ Sood – ₹2,33,360
  3. Goonjan ‘gmtesting.ind’ Mall – ₹1,74,119
  4. Kapil ‘racemonk’ Arora – ₹1,07,449
  5. Mohammad ‘Bund_Blaster’ Azhar – ₹94,960
  6. GudThimma – ₹53,841
  7. Devvrat ‘[email protected]’ Arya – ₹49,000
  8. sumitm74 – ₹83,266
  9. Partho ‘SpidermanIndia’ Datta – ₹20,012


DIWALI RUSH-04 Sunday Highroller SE 18 Lakhs GTD – PokerStars India

Buy-in – ₹11,000

Entries – 98

Re-entries – 71

Prize Pool – ₹18,00,000

Places Paid – 27

PokerStars India`s ₹18 Lakhs GTD DIWALI RUSH-04 Sunday Highroller SE pulled in 169 entries (98 unique and 71 re-entries) to experience a deficit of ₹1.1 Lakh.

PokerGuru Ambassador Ankit ‘b00mtr00p3r’ Wadhawan was the last player to leave empty-handed, assuring all the remaining players a min-cash of ₹21,389.

After almost seven hours of play, the mystery user ‘thedesiviper’ took down the title for ₹3.41 Lakhs following a heads-up deal with Psychonaut007’ (runner-up for ₹2.92 Lakhs).

The reg infested FT included the likes of PokerGuru Ambassadors Ashish ‘chipcharity999’ Munot (3rd for ₹2.06 Lakhs), Vivek ‘Mystic Peaks’ Singh (4th for ₹1.56 Lakhs), and Vishal ‘Vishalb22’ Bajaj (9th for ₹38,664), along with Young Gun Shardul ‘merci999’ Parthasarathi (5th for ₹1.18 Lakhs), and Chirag ‘WhyworrY_56’ Sodha (7th for ₹67,573).

Final Table Results

  1. thedesiviper – ₹3,41,212*
  2. Psychonaut007 – ₹2,92,354*
  3. Ashish ‘chipcharity999’ Munot – ₹2,06,394
  4. Vivek ‘Mystic Peaks’ Singh – ₹1,56,123
  5. Shardul ‘merci999’ Parthasarathi – ₹1,18,096
  6. idiotic786 – ₹89,331
  7. Chirag ‘WhyworrY_56’ Sodha – ₹67,573
  8. The Annihilator – ₹51,114
  9. Vishal ‘Vishalb22’ Bajaj – ₹38,664

*denotes a heads-up deal


WPT India Madness 15 Lakhs GTD – Adda52

Buy-in – ₹550

Entries – 1,452

Re-entries – 821

Prize Pool – ₹15,00,000

Places Paid – 305

Like the WPTOI Main Event, the ₹550 buy-in ₹15 Lakhs GTD WPT India Madness had also kicked off proceedings on November 16. The tourney garnered 2,273 total entries (1,452 unique and 821 re-entries) across seven starting flights, resulting in an overlay shortfall of ₹3.63 Lakhs.

A total of 365 players (Day 1A – 24, Day 1B – 46, Day 1C – 35, Day D – 66, Day 1E – 79, Day 1F – 53, Day 1G – 62) made it across to Day 2. The multiple stacks were removed, and 339 qualifying stacks entered Day 2 that started at 10 PM and went on till 2.40 AM.

Outlasting the field and the final 305 players who finished ITM was Vidur ‘bullgod89’ Singhal. Singhal, best known for his third-place finish at the 2018 WPT India Main Event worth₹30 Lakhs, got his hands on the WPT Trophy and the ₹2.25 Lakhs up-top after outplaying ‘arushiagarwal’ (2nd for ₹1.60 Lakhs) in the heads-up play.

The six-max FT also featured the likes of Pradip ‘Nit2Donk’ Ghosh (3rd for ₹1.14 Lakhs) and Gadhadhar ‘gd1921’ Behera (6th for ₹41,566).

Final Table Results

  1. Vidur ‘bullgod89’ Singhal – ₹2,25,845
  2. arushiagarwal – ₹1,60,984
  3. Pradip ‘Nit2Donk’ Ghosh – ₹1,14,755
  4. samir108 – ₹81,801
  5. rupoomdey – ₹58,311
  6. Gadhadhar ‘gd1921’ Behera – ₹41,566


FTS#18 12.5 Lakhs GTD – Spartan Poker

Buy-in – ₹2,750

Entries – 298

Re-entries – 85

Re-buys – 180

Prize Pool – ₹14,07,500

Places Paid – 55

The ₹12.5 Lakhs GTD FTS#18 pulled in 563 challengers, who ponied up the ₹2,750 entry buy-in to generate a guarantee smashing ₹14.07 Lakhs prize pool.

After almost eight hours of grueling action, PokerGuru Ambassador Parikshit ‘zapdos1311’ Dhall claimed the title along with ₹2.73 Lakhs cash prize. The WPT India Main Event fourth-place finisher Goonjan ‘gmtesting’ Mall placed runner-up for ₹1.73 Lakhs. With this score, Dhall crossed ₹2.10 Crores in recorded lifetime earnings.

The other known players to FT the tourney included Young Gun Anmol ‘Anzzzzz’ Mehta (3rd for ₹1.25 Lakhs), Zafar ‘Zedd’ Ahmed (4th for ₹1.01 Lakhs), Amar ‘PsykoEko’ B Iyer (5th for ₹80,087), and Sahil ‘ImHighIshove’ Mahboobani (7th for ₹45,885).

Final Table Results

  1. Parikshit ‘zapdos1311’ Dhall – ₹2,73,055
  2. Goonjan ‘gmtesting’ Mall – ₹1,73,123
  3. Anmol ‘Anzzzzz’ Mehta – ₹1,25,127
  4. Zafar ‘Zedd’ Ahmed – ₹1,01,199
  5. Amar ‘PsykoEko’ B Iyer – ₹80,087
  6. kawar – ₹61,649
  7. Sahil ‘ImHighIshove’ Mahboobani – ₹45,885
  8. BHAGADBILLA – ₹33,217


WPT Moonlight 6 Lakhs GTD – Adda52

Buy-in – ₹1,800

Entries – 226

Re-entries – 191

Prize Pool – ₹6,83,877

Places Paid – 43

417 total entries

With an entry buy-in of ₹1,800, the ₹6 Lakhs GTD WPT Moonlight kicked off at 10 PM, logged in 417 players. It was close to 5 AM on Monday when play rounded up, crowning a champion in Faiz ‘TheInternetKid’ Alam.

The former PokerGuru Ambassador who had won two WPT Online titles already at the series pocketed a ₹1.69 Lakhs payday after outlasting the likes of Pankaj ‘Pok3rking’ Nanda (runner-up for ₹1.02 Lakhs), Mitesh ‘mit2015’ Gupta (3rd for ₹71,807), Neeraj ‘kumartomar’ Kumar (4th for ₹54,710) and Sanjay ‘Floppednuts’ Kumar (6th for ₹23,936) on the FT.

Runner-up Pankaj Nanda
Runner-up Pankaj Nanda


Final Table Results

  1. Faiz ‘TheInternetKid’ Alam – ₹1,69,602
  2. Pankaj ‘Pok3rking’ Nanda – ₹1,02,582
  3. Mitesh ‘mit2015’ Gupta – ₹71,807
  4. Neeraj ‘kumartomar’ Kumar- ₹54,710
  5. riokid – ₹35,562
  6. Sanjay ‘Floppednuts’ Kumar – ₹23,936


Grinders#39 Main Event 6 Lakhs GTD – PokerBaazi

Buy-in – ₹1,650

Entries – 243

Re-entries – 165

Prize Pool – ₹6,12,000

Places Paid – 45

PokerBaazi’s ₹6 Lakhs GTD Grinders#39 Main Event enjoyed a smashing run by bringing in 408 hopefuls.

Starting at 8 PM, the tourney eventually announced The Game Changer 2.0 champion Shagun sogani22’ Jain as the winner. Jain netted ₹1.29 Lakhs in cash prize just as Rohit ‘mrblue1205’ Malhotra came in second for ₹89,960.

Himanshu ‘pokerbrat7’ Arora (3rd for ₹57,830), Taliwagang ‘Meverick’ Jamir (5th for ₹32,130), and Rahul ‘chanakyax’ Bhura (7th for ₹21,420) FT-ed the tourney.

Runner-up Rohit Malhotra
Runner-up Rohit Malhotra


Final Table Results

  1. Shagun ‘sogani22’ Jain₹1,29,000
  2. Rohit ‘mrblue1205’ Malhotra – ₹89,960
  3. Himanshu ‘pokerbrat7’ Arora – ₹57,830
  4. viveksnmc10 – ₹42,840
  5. Taliwagang ‘Meverick’ Jamir – ₹32,130
  6. ijju – ₹25,700
  7. Rahul ‘chanakyax’ Bhura – ₹21,420
  8. scylla – ₹17,140


BSS Monster 6-Max 5 Lakhs GTD – PokerBaazi

Buy-in – ₹2,750

Entries – 95

Re-entries – 55

Prize Pool – ₹5,00,000

Places Paid – 18

Total Entries – 150

The ₹5 Lakhs GTD 6-Max BSS Monster suffered a massive overlay of₹1.25 Lakhs after engaging 150 runners.

The mystery user ‘mechchan01’ came on top to win the title and ₹1.29 Lakhs, defeating ‘rakshajindal’ (runner-up for ₹90,150) in heads-up play.

Mohammad ‘chandlerbing’ Azhar (3rd for ₹58,000), Vinayak ‘salmanbhai’ Bajaj (4th for ₹42,950), Myron ‘priyankAAchoprAA’ Pereira (5th for ₹32,200), and Pratibh ‘pratibhsaluja’ Saluja (6th for ₹25,750) FT-ed the tourney.

Final Table Results

  1. mechchan01 – ₹1,29,000
  2. rakshajindal – ₹90,150
  3. Mohammad ‘chandlerbing’ Azhar – ₹58,000
  4. Vinayak ‘salmanbhai’ Bajaj – ₹42,950
  5. Myron ‘priyankAAchoprAA’ Pereira – ₹32,200
  6. Pratibh ‘pratibhsaluja’ Saluja – ₹25,750


FTS#16 5 Lakhs GTD – Spartan Poker

Buy-in – ₹1,100

Entries – 303

Re-entries – 85

Re-buys – 242

Prize Pool – ₹6,30,000

Places Paid – 55

Spartan Poker’s ₹5 Lakhs GTD FTS#16 collected a guarantee-crushing ₹6.3 Lakhs on the back of 630 entries (303 unique, 85 re-entries, and 242 re-buys). The top 55 places got paid.

It took almost eight hours of play for the 2 PM tourney to find a winner. And the title went to ‘bob_marley,’ who struck a heads-up deal with ‘plsbabymuck’ (runner-up for ₹97,264) to win ₹1.02 Lakhs.

The winner ‘bob_marley’ also posted a runner-up finish in FTS #17 for ₹5.76 Lakhs, pushing his lifetime earnings to ₹19.36 Lakhs (₹9.53 Lakhs in site profits).

PokerGuru Ambassador Mithun ‘Intuitionnn’ Mahesh (4th for ₹45,297), Mohit ‘thejoker’ Mehta (5th for ₹35,847), and Nitin ‘TheWitcher’ Arora (9th for ₹12,033) were others who FT-ed the tourney.

Final Table Results

  1. bob_marley – ₹1,02,446*
  2. plsbabymuck – ₹97,264*
  3. masternau17 – ₹56,007
  4. Mithun ‘Intuitionnn’ Mahesh – ₹45,297
  5. Mohit ‘thejoker’ Mehta – ₹35,847
  6. Soldout – ₹27,594
  7. OrangeZuce – ₹20,538
  8. onlywinner007 – ₹14,868
  9. Nitin ‘TheWitcher’ Arora – ₹12,033

*denotes a heads-up deal


Ragnarok 2 Lakhs GTD – Pocket52

Buy-in – ₹1,100

Entries – 128

Re-entries – 65

Prize Pool – ₹2,00,000

Places Paid – 30

‘Pokerzeus’ claimed the title and ₹40,000 in prize money in Pocket52’s Sunday major, ₹2 Lakhs GTD Ragnarok. Site regular ‘reallife’ placed second for ₹28,500.

The tourney fell seven entries short of its listed guarantee, and 30 places got paid.


DIWALI RUSH-06 Sunday Supersonic 1.5 Lakhs GTD – PokerStars India

Buy-in – ₹1,100

Entries – 96

Re-entries – 49

Prize Pool – ₹1,50,000

Places Paid – 23

PokerStars India’s ₹1.5 Lakhs GTD DIWALI RUSH-06 Sunday Supersonic posted an overlay of ₹5,000 on the back of 145 entries.

The anonymous user ‘getsetgo666’ was the last player standing in the tourney and added ₹27,376 to their poker bankroll. The runner-up prize of ₹27,366 went to [email protected]’ – courtesy of a heads-up deal.

Amit ‘Stu Ungar 7694’ Kaushik (3rd for ₹17,660), Himanshu ‘[email protected]’ Kataria (4th for ₹13,276), Gautam ‘nomnomnom18’ Sethi (6th for ₹7,503), and Mohak ‘Flyingmuck’ Kapoor (8th for ₹4,240) posted FT scores.


BigBang 1 Lakh GTD – Khelo365

Buy-in – ₹2,200

Entries – 33

Re-entries – 20

Prize Pool – ₹1,06,000

Places Paid – 6

Khelo365’s ₹1 Lakh GTD BigBang collected a ₹1.06 Lakhs prize pool after 53 players entered the field. Only the top six finishers earned a payout, and ‘subham283’ topped them all to win ₹42,200.


Dominator 50K GTD – Khelo365

Buy-in – ₹825

Entries – 28

Re-entries – 12

Prize Pool – ₹50,000

Places Paid – 5

Khelo365’s other Sunday marquee, the ₹50K GTD Dominator, pulled in 40 registrations, falling ₹20,000 short of its posted guarantee.

‘Santoshi’ ran past the field to win ₹21,500, even as ‘Rise’ finished runner-up for ₹11,500.


Unravel 50K GTD – Pocket52

Buy-in – ₹440

Entries – 76

Re-entries – 27

Prize Pool – ₹50,000

Places Paid – 15

The ₹50K GTD Unravel saw the mystery user ‘Neeleshdave’ championing the tourney for a ₹11,500 payday, defeating ‘Gareeb’ (runner-up for ₹8,250) in heads-up.


Grinder 2.0 20K GTD – Khelo365

Buy-in – ₹275

Entries – 33

Re-entries – 17

Prize Pool – ₹20,000

Places Paid – 6

maklas’ added ₹8,000 to his bankroll after winning Khelo65’s ₹20K GTD Grinder 2.0 on Sunday.


This report was updated at 7 PM on 23.11.2020.

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