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Lakhotia Champions the Millionaire Warm-up; Pasricha, Sood, Mehta, Mishra & Dembla Crush the Other Sunday Flagships

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  • Attreyee Khasnabis December 7, 2020
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FINALLY! Spartan Poker’s Millionaire tournaments returned last night with the ₹1 Crore GTD The Millionaire Warm-up, crowning a champion in online beast and former IOPC Millionaire United winner Manish Lakhotia! Besides locking is a career-best ₹17.03 Lakhs payday, Lakhotia is now just the fourth player, after Manoj Pentakota, Phanindra Akkina, and ‘Tokio999’ to become a two-time Millionaire champion.

While Lakhotia’s win certainly deserves praise, Young Gun Gaurav Sood and Harsh Dembla‘s efforts also need to be applauded as both pros won two titles each last night. Sood, the #1 ranked player of the year, took down the Adda52 Millions and PokerBaazi’s BSS SuperStack for a cumulative ₹11.52 Lakhs. In comparison, Dembla pocketed an overall ₹3.16 Lakhs for shipping Adda52’s Big Slick and PokerBaazi’s BSS Monster 6-Max.

The current FTS Main Event champion, Arjun Pasricha, and Young Gun Anmol Mehta also won flagship tourneys while making deep runs in theother Sunday featured tourneys. The former INCOOP HERCULES winner, Vikram Mishra, took down PokerStars India’s Sunday Special PKO.

If you thought yesterday was electrifying, wait till you hear this! Spartan Poker’s first-ever The Millionaire Series commences today! Boasting of ₹5.7 Crores in prize pool guarantees, this 20-event-long series offers buy-ins ranging from ₹110 to ₹27,500 and has ₹37 Lakhs GTD across three tourneys today.

Getting back to last night’s action, here are the highlights of the Sunday marquees!


Spartan Poker

After a week-long gap, the eight-figure guaranteed Millionaire franchise made a smashing return on Spartan Poker as a precursor to the inaugural The Millionaire Series!

The ₹1 Crore GTD The Millionaire Warm-up kicked off on November 4 and garnered 1,975 entries across five starting flights, registering a marginal ₹1.25 Lakhs overlay deficit. Only 277 entries made it through to Day 2, which included 207 unique runners. It took almost seven hours for seasoned MTT pro and the former IOPC Millionaire United champion, Manish ‘thekid’ Lakhotia, to make his way across the field and win the title. In doing so, he joined an elite list of two-time Millionaire winners, at the same time pocketing a personal-best ₹17.03 Lakhs in prize money!

Manish Lakhotia
Manish Lakhotia


Last week, Lakhotia had posted an incredible six final table finishes and was on the verge of a big win. He got his big break last night as he charged his way to the top of the Millionaire Warm-up final table that featured the 2020 India Poker Champion Rubin ‘icantwin’ Labroo (3rd for ₹6.59 Lakhs), former Millionaire United champion and first-ever FTS Main Event winner, Arjun ‘lol this guy’ Pasricha (4th for ₹4.77 Lakhs), Harshad ‘Laiibhari’ Barve (6th for ₹3.08 Lakhs), Vikaash ‘viks82’ Shah (7th for ₹2.35 Lakhs) and Srihari ‘bangbang99’ Bang (8th for ₹1.66 Lakhs).

Lakhotia ultimately outlasted site regular Ashraf ‘I raise you’ Ali in the heads-up battle to clinch his career-second Millionaire title. Runner-up Ali banked ₹9.46 Lakhs for his efforts. He added another ₹79,800 to his bankroll by finishing eighth in the Sunday SuperStack.

Speaking of the Sunday SuperStack, the ₹35 Lakhs GTD tourney posted a shortfall of ₹2.05 Lakhs on the back of 659 entries. Pasricha may have missed out on the Millionaire Warm-up title, but he made up for it by taking down the Sunday SuperStack for ₹6.77 Lakhs. Pasricha locked horns with Yasheel ‘YagammiLight7’ Doddanavar in the final showdown, with the latter settling for a second-place finish worth ₹4.27 Lakhs. Pasricha’s overall Sunday earnings touched ₹11.81 Lakhs.

Arjun Pasricha
Arjun Pasricha


The other Spartan Poker marquee, the ₹8.5 Lakhs GTD Money Heist, wrangled in a guarantee-smashing 285 entries. The first-ever Game Changer champion, Prashanth ‘Anya Chalotra’ Sekar, conquered the event for ₹1.89 Lakhs, just as Yashgambler11′ Jaiswal placed runner-up for ₹1.27 Lakhs.

Prashanth Sekar
Prashanth Sekar



PokerStars India

Leading the charge on PokerStars India last night were two ₹15 Lakhs GTD events, namely the Sunday Special – Progressive KO and the Sunday Highroller.

The Sunday Special PKO had an eventful run with 320 participants ponying up the ₹5,500 entry buy-in, collecting a guarantee-smashing ₹16 Lakhs prize pool. A little over eight hours of play later, Vikram ‘GreenSTUFF79’ Mishra topped the field to take home ₹3.39 Lakhs in first-place prize money. Rohan ‘RSmincer’ Soman placed second for ₹1.41 Lakhs. Mishra has been on a bit of a dry spell lately after a blazing run in the INCOOP series in September. This win was a much-needed one for him and has boosted his MTT earnings to ₹94.29 Lakhs.

Vikram Mishra
Vikram Mishra


The second ₹15 Lakhs GTD tourney, the Sunday Highroller, could not generate the same interest as the Sunday Special. With a turnout of 129 entries, the ₹11,000 buy-in tourney ended up filling in an overlay of ₹2.10 Lakhs. The event took more than seven hours to conclude, and, in the end, mystery user ‘ferrari089′ championed the event for ₹3.27 Lakhs, while Young Gun Ujjwal ‘CougarHunter69’ Narwal came in second for ₹2.43 Lakhs. Narwal also final table PokerBaazi’s BSS SuperStack, placing eighth for ₹67,000.

Runner-up Ujjwal Narwal
Runner-up Ujjwal Narwal


Besides the Sunday Special, the other event that offered players TLB points for PokerStars India’s ‘Star of the Month’ – December leaderboard race was the ₹1 Lakh GTD Sunday Supersonic. The late-night tourney dragged in 95 entries, falling five entries or ₹5,000 short of the guarantee. The event was taken down by Ashit ‘Cringing’ Sharma for ₹23,748, with ‘sanjbat’ placing runner-up for ₹17,463.

Ashit Sharma
Ashit Sharma


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



Adda52 hosted three big-ticket tournaments yesterday, and headlining the list was the ₹30 Lakhs GTD Mega Suits. Running from 7:30 PM to 4:53 AM, the event locked in 621 contenders and posted a massive ₹31.05 Lakhs prize pool. Young Gun Anmol ‘anzzzzz’ Mehta was in unstoppable form on Sunday night as he not only won this event for a handsome payday of ₹7.29 Lakhs but he also final tabled PokerStars India’s Sunday Highroller (4th for ₹1.33 Lakhs) and Sunday Special (6th for ₹64,936). His cumulative score for the night stood tall at ₹9.20 Lakhs, pushing his lifetime online earnings to ₹3.52 Crores. Neeraj ‘neeraj2828’ Bajaj finished runner-up for ₹4.25 Lakhs.

Anmol Mehta
Anmol Mehta


The ₹25 Lakhs GTD Adda52 Millions clocked in 245 entrants – falling ₹50,000 short of its listed guarantee. Following more than eight hours of intense play, Young Gun and the #1 ranked player this year for the past 30 weeks, Gaurav ‘gauravarod’ Sood emerged as the victor. He bested Akshay ‘Powershell’ Asawa (runner-up for ₹3.87 Lakhs) heads-up to claim a juicy ₹6.50 Lakhs. Proving exactly why he is the ‘numero uno’ player on the yearly leaderboard, Sood also shipped PokerBaazi’s BSS SuperStack, taking his overall Sunday winnings to ₹11.52 Lakhs.

Gaurav Sood
Gaurav Sood


The ₹12.5 Lakhs GTD Big Slick gathered 576 entries, generating a prize pool worth ₹12.95 Lakhs. Online reg Harsh ‘BuddhaBhikari’ Dembla shipped the event for ₹1.93 Lakhs, following a heads-up chop with Ashok ‘justmissed’ Kumar Kailash (runner-up for ₹1.91 Lakhs). Dembla also championed PokerBaazi’s BSS Monster 6-Max, banking ₹3.16 Lakhs from the two wins.

Harsh Dembla
Harsh Dembla




The headline tourney on PokerBaazi’s Sunday roster was the ₹25 Lakhs GTD BSS SuperStack. The Sunday flagship registered 442 entries, overlaying ₹2.90 Lakhs. Young Gun Gaurav ‘gaug17’ Sood was the last player standing in the tourney and won his second flagship title for the night for ₹5.02 Lakhs. ‘psilocybin7′ placed second for ₹3.52 Lakhs. With this win, Sood’s lifetime online winnings have touched ₹6.34 Crores, with ₹4.16 Crores in annual cashes. If he persists with his trailblazing form, he might just hit the ₹7 Crores-mark before the year ends.

Gaurav Sood
Gaurav Sood


The usual two ₹5 Lakhs GTD events played out on PokerBaazi yesterday, i.e., the BSS MegaStack and the BSS Monster 6-Max

The BSS MegaStack saw PokerGuru Ambassador Rony ‘bisadip176’ Chowdhury overcome a 184-entry field to win ₹1.24 Lakhs. Rohit ‘acesinyourfaces’ Setia finished runner-up for ₹87,150.

Rony Chowdhury
Rony Chowdhury


The BSS Monster 6-Max was won by Harsh ‘100crdream’ Dembla, who defeated Bharat ‘Thinkfloyd’ Vasan (runner-up for ₹86,343) heads-up to win ₹1.23 Lakhs. Dembla now has ₹1.75 Crores in recorded online earnings.

Harsh Dembla
Harsh Dembla


The other Sunday winners were:

PlayerPrize MoneyEventPoker Site
Siddartha 'siddyk20' Khandelwal₹46,656Sunday Night Rider ₹1.75 Lakhs GTDSpartan Poker
Abhiroop 'Ron007' Gupta₹42,300Reloaded ₹2 Lakhs GTDSpartan Poker
Gaurav ‘GraceOfGod’ Chhabira₹41,065Ragnarok ₹2 Lakhs GTDPocket52
Kklol₹40,000BigBang ₹1 Lakh GTDKhelo365
Kabira36₹36,080Turbo ₹1.5 Lakhs GTDPokerBaazi
rishlangda₹34,306Ultimate DST ₹1.5 Lakhs GTDAdda52
Rishab19₹32,977Ultrasonic ₹1.5 Lakhs GTDPokerStars India
Suresh ‘Wabi-$abi’ Kolli ₹30,829Sunday Warm-Up ₹1.5 Lakhs GTDPokerStars India
magnum736₹26,465Sunday Storm ₹1.5 Lakhs GTDPokerStars India
Ashit ‘Cringing’ Sharma₹23,748Sunday Supersonic ₹1 Lakh GTDPokerStars India
Samaybk₹20,000Dominator ₹50K GTDKhelo365
Jitu ‘Jitendra1’ Jaat₹11,500Unravel ₹50K GTDPocket52
Teesmar2₹8,000Grinder 2.0 ₹20K GTDKhelo365
Xhudai₹6,500Depositors Freeroll ₹25K GTDPokerDangal
More2win₹1,950Weekly Freeroll ₹10K GTDPokerDangal


The Millionaire Warm-up 1 Crore GTD – Spartan Poker

Buy-in – ₹5,500

Entries –1089

Re-entries –314

Re-buys –572

Prize Pool – ₹1,00,00,000

Places Paid – 271

As a prelude to the Millionaire Series that starts today on Spartan Poker, the site hosted a ₹1 Crore GTD The Millionaire Warm-up tourney this past weekend. The ₹5,500 entry buy-in tourney registered 1,975 entries (Day 1A – 321, Day 1B – 344, Day 1C – 278, Day 1D – 476, and Day 1E Turbo – 556) across five starting flights that translated to a marginal ₹1.25 Lakhs overlay.

Day 2 had 277 survivors (Day 1A – 48, Day 1B – 45, Day 1C – 35, Day 1D – 69, and Day 1E Turbo – 80) convening at 10 PM last night; this included 207 unique entries.

After a little over six hours of play, the former IOPC Millionaire United Champion Manish ‘thekid’ Lakhotia trounced the competition to win a career-best ₹17.03 Lakhs. Ashraf ‘I raise you’ Ali finished runner-up for ₹9.46 Lakhs.

Lakhotia also finished 157th in the tourney, adding ₹12,000 to his overall prize.

This whopping seven-figure score has sent Lakhotia’s annual scorecard soaring to ₹2.27 Crores. At the same time, his lifetime tally has been boosted to ₹4.44 Crores.

The runner-up Ali posted a second FT score on the site yesterday, placing 8th in the Sunday SuperStack for ₹79,800.

Notables who FT-ed The Millionaire Warm-up included India Poker Champion Rubin ‘icantwin’ Labroo (3rd for ₹6.59 Lakhs), FTS Main Event winner Arjun ‘lol this guy’ Pasricha (4th for ₹4.77 Lakhs), Harshad ‘Laiibhari’ Barve (6th for ₹3.08 Lakhs), Vikaash ‘viks82’ Shah (7th for ₹2.36 Lakhs), and Srihari ‘bangbang99’ Bang (8th for ₹1.66 Lakhs).

Final Table Results

  1. Manish ‘thekid’ Lakhotia – ₹17,03,000
  2. Ashraf ‘I raise you’ Ali – ₹9,46,000
  3. Rubin ‘icantwin’ Labroo – ₹6,59,000
  4. Arjun ‘lol this guy’ Pasricha – ₹4,77,000
  5. playboyarya – ₹3,84,900
  6. Harshad ‘Laiibhari’ Barve – ₹3,08,000
  7. Vikaash ‘viks82’ Shah – ₹2,35,500
  8. Srihari ‘bangbang99’ Bang – ₹1,66,100


Sunday SuperStack 35 Lakhs GTD – Spartan Poker

Buy-in – ₹5,500

Entries – 314

Re-entries – 136

Re-buys – 209

Prize Pool – ₹35,00,000

Places Paid – 63

Spartan Poker`s Sunday special Sunday SuperStack ran with 659 entries last night to fall ₹2.05 Lakhs short of its listed ₹35 Lakhs prize pool guarantee.

Starting at 8 PM, it took a marathon 10+ hours before the FTS Main Event Champion Arjun ‘lol this guy’ Pasricha adding another feather to his already packed cap, shipped the tourney to win ₹6.77 Lakhs.

Pasricha also FT-ed The Millionaire Warm-up (4th for ₹4.77 Lakhs) and cashed a second time in the tourney, finishing 53rd for another ₹27,200 Pasricha packed quite the punch last night, winning ₹11.81 Lakhs for his efforts. This has pushed his recorded earnings on Spartan Poker to ₹2.02 Crores. He has also climbed up to the #3 spot on the profits charts for the year.

Yasheel ‘YagammiLight7’ Doddanavar settled for a site-best runner-up score worth ₹4.27 Lakhs.

Akanksha ‘HashBrownie’ Singh (3rd for ₹3.06 Lakhs), Akshit ‘alwaysgud’ Madan (5th for ₹1.91 Lakhs), and Umang ‘Umang94’ Kakarania (6th for ₹1.49 Lakhs) were others who FT-ed the tourney.

Runner-up Yasheel Doddanavar
Runner-up Yasheel Doddanavar


Final Table Results

  1. Arjun ‘lol this guy’ Pasricha – ₹6,77,250
  2. Yasheel ‘YagammiLight7’ Doddanavar – ₹4,27,000
  3. Akanksha ‘HashBrownie’ Singh – ₹3,06,250
  4. GoldSpot – ₹2,43,250
  5. Akshit ‘alwaysgud’ Madan – ₹1,90,750
  6. Umang ‘Umang94’ Kakarania – ₹1,49,450
  7. Chinkii – ₹1,12,350
  8. Ashraf ‘I raise you’ Ali – ₹79,800


Mega Suits 30 Lakhs GTD – Adda52

Buy-in – ₹5,500

Entries – 294

Re-entries – 327

Prize Pool – ₹31,05,001

Places Paid – 63

The ₹30 Lakhs GTD Mega Suits logged in 621 entries to generate a guarantee-smashing ₹31.05 Lakhs prize pool and the top 63 places boarded the money bus.

After a little over nine hours of non-stop play, Young Gun Anmol ‘anzzzzz’ Mehta walked away with the ₹7.29 Lakhs up-top. Neeraj ‘neeraj2828’ Bajaj finished runner-up for ₹4.25 Lakhs.

Mehta posted two more FT finishes last night, collecting over ₹9 Lakhs in total winnings to penetrate the ₹3 Crore-mark in lifetime earnings!

Also featuring on the FT were notables like Haider ‘donktown22’ Madraswala (3rd for ₹2.82 Lakhs), Kanishka ‘kanishka27’ Samant (4th for ₹2.17 Lakhs), and Gagandeep ‘gaganhyd’ Singh (5th for ₹1.55 Lakhs).

Final Table Results

  1. Anmol ‘anzzzzz’ Mehta – ₹7,29,675
  2. Neeraj ‘neeraj2828’ Bajaj – ₹4,25,385
  3. Haider ‘donktown22’ Madraswala – ₹2,82,555
  4. Kanishka ‘kanishka27’ Samant – ₹2,17,350
  5. Gagandeep ‘gaganhyd’ Singh – ₹1,55,250
  6. AnachronoX – ₹1,08,675
  7. aknavya67b – ₹85,388
  8. Dgme – ₹62,100


Adda52 Millions 25 Lakhs GTD – Adda52

Buy-in – ₹11,000

Entries – 139

Re-entries – 106

Prize Pool – ₹25,00,000

Places Paid – 27

The second Sunday flagship on Adda52, the ₹25 Lakhs GTD Adda52 Millions, had to fill in an overlay of ₹50,000 after 245 challengers bought-in for ₹11,000. The tourney kicked off at 9 PM last night, and it was 5:12 AM on Monday by the time the last hand got dealt.

Young Gun Gaurav Sood, the annual leaderboard topper for 30 consecutive weeks, made quick work of the competition to win ₹6.50 Lakhs. If that was not enough, the dentist turned poker pro also shipped the BSS SuperStack on PokerBaazi, banking over ₹12 Lakhs in total.

Akshay ‘Powershell’ Asawa placed runner-up for ₹3.87 Lakhs.

Sumit ‘hammer_head’ Sapra (3rd for ₹2.91 Lakhs), Kanav ‘alibaba_kings’ Parwal (4th for ₹2.12 Lakhs), Sagar ‘alwaysnutz’ Choudhury (5th for ₹1.43 Lakhs), Ranjeet ‘rj147’ Negi (6th for ₹1.06 Lakhs), bracelet winner Abhinav ‘checkshove’ Iyer (7th for ₹81,250), and Chandan ‘darkfish15’ Arora (8th for ₹62,500) FT-ed the tourney.

Runner-up Akshay Asawa
Runner-up Akshay Asawa


Final Table Results

  1. Gaurav ‘gauravarod’ Sood – ₹6,50,000
  2. Akshay ‘Powershell’ Asawa – ₹3,87,500
  3. Sumit ‘hammer_head’ Sapra – ₹2,91,250
  4. Kanav ‘alibaba_kings’ Parwal – ₹2,12,500
  5. Sagar ‘alwaysnutz’ Choudhury – ₹1,43,750
  6. Ranjeet ‘rj147’ Negi – ₹1,06,250
  7. Abhinav ‘checkshove’ Iyer – ₹81,250
  8. Chandan ‘darkfish15’ Arora – ₹62,500


BSS SuperStack 25 Lakhs GTD – PokerBaazi

Buy-in – ₹5,500

Entries – 249

Re-entries – 193

Prize Pool – ₹25,00,000

Places Paid – 54

PokerBaazi’s Sunday staple ₹25 Lakhs GTD BSS SuperStack drew 442 runners (249 unique and 193 re-entries) to experience an overlay shortfall of ₹2.90 Lakhs.

It was nearly 3:20 AM in the morning by the time the tourney wrapped up and claiming the bragging rights was none other than the yearly leaderboard topper and Friday’s The Elite runner-up, Gaurav ‘gaug17’ Sood. Last night, Sood locked horns with mystery player ‘psilocybin7’ (runner-up for ₹3.52 Lakhs) heads-up, ultimately winning ₹5.02 Lakhs.

Sood went on to take down the Adda52 Millions a few hours later for ₹6.50 Lakhs, raking in a whopping ₹11.52 Lakhs for the day.

The start-studded FT featured the likes of PokerGuru Ambassador and last Wednesday’s Destiny runner-up, Parikshit ‘zapdos1234’ Dhall (3rd for ₹2.26 lakhs), Harrish ‘Realfc’ Chaudary (4th for ₹1.67 lakhs), Abhishek ‘messi010010’ Gubba (5th for ₹1.25 Lakhs), Guneet ‘guntz’ Kwatra (7th for ₹84,000) and Young Gun Ujjwal ‘Mr_Robot’ Narwal (8th for ₹67,000).

Final Table Results

  1. Gaurav ‘gaug17’ Sood – ₹5,02,500
  2. psilocybin7 – ₹3,52,250
  3. Parikshit ‘zapdos1234’ Dhall – ₹2,26,500
  4. Harrish ‘Realfc’ Chaudary – ₹1,67,500
  5. Abhishek ‘messi010010’ Gubba – ₹1,25,750
  6. RabDaKutta – ₹1,00,750
  7. Guneet ‘guntz’ Kwatra – ₹84,000
  8. Ujjwal ‘Mr_Robot’ Narwal – ₹67,000


Sunday Special – Progressive KO 15 Lakhs GTD – PokerStars India

Buy-in – ₹5,500

Entries – 182

Re-entries – 138

Prize Pool – ₹16,00,000

Places Paid – 55

Running through a starting field of 320 entries that included 182 unique players, Vikram ‘GreenSTUFF79’ Mishra championed PokerStars India’s ₹15 Lakhs GTD Sunday Special PKO for a payday worth ₹3.39 Lakhs.

Mishra had last won the INCOOP-73 ₹5 Lakhs GTD Battle Royale Mini for ₹52,904 on September 18. With ₹94.29 Lakhs in lifetime earnings, he is very close to hitting the ₹1 Crore-mark.

The 5 PM tourney collected a generous ₹16 Lakhs in prize money and took a little more than eight hours to get over.

Rohan ‘RSmincer’ Soman finished runner-up for ₹1.41 Lakhs.

The final 55 players earned a share of the prize money. The FT finishers included Amit ‘the_ziro’ J (3rd for ₹1.25 Lakhs), former Millionaire champion Anurag ‘GutshotHaiBro’ Srivastava (4th for ₹65,597), Shailesh Kumar ‘ArithemeticMean’ Patel (5th for ₹60,591), Young Gun Anmol ‘Kaanchacheena’ Mehta (6th for ₹64,936), Young Gun Gaurav ‘3betPanda’ Sood (8th for ₹31,632) and Suresh ‘Wabi-$abi’ Kolli (9th for ₹27,128).

Runner-up Rohan Soman
Runner-up Rohan Soman


Final Table Results

  1. Vikram ‘GreenSTUFF79’ Mishra – ₹3,39,653
  2. Rohan ‘RSmincer’ Soman – ₹1,41,937
  3. Amit ‘the_ziro’ J – ₹1,25,696
  4. Anurag ‘GutshotHaiBro’ Srivastava – ₹65,597
  5. Shailesh Kumar ‘ArithemeticMean’ Patel – ₹60,591
  6. Anmol ‘Kaanchacheena’ Mehta – ₹64,936
  7. pokerpassion26 – ₹35,162
  8. Gaurav ‘3betPanda’ Sood – ₹31,632
  9. Suresh ‘Wabi-$abi’ Kolli – ₹27,128


Sunday Highroller 15 Lakhs GTD – PokerStars India

Buy-in – ₹11,000

Entries – 81

Re-entries – 48

Prize Pool – ₹15,00,000

Places Paid – 20

PokerStars India`s ₹15 Lakhs GTD Sunday Highroller got going at 7.30 PM with 129 entries joining the action. This resulted in an overlay shortfall of ₹2.10 Lakhs.

Rising atop the competition was the anonymous player ‘ferrari089,,’ who captured the top prize of ₹3.27 Lakhs after pipping Young Gun Ujjwal ‘CougarHunter69’ Narwal (runner-up for ₹2.43 Lakhs) to the finish line.

Also making it to the FT were Sagar ‘sagarpupull’ Choudhury (3rd for ₹1.80 Lakhs), Young Gun Anmol ‘Kaanchacheena’ Mehta (4th for ₹1.33 Lakhs), PokerGuru Ambassador Ankit ‘b00mtr00p3r’ Wadhawan (6th for ₹73,505), Bharat ‘hzgod’ Kumar (7th for ₹54,510) and Shagun ‘Sogani22’ Jain (9th for ₹35,733).

Final Table Results

  1. ferrari089 – ₹3, 27,724
  2. Ujjwal ‘CougarHunter69’ Narwal – ₹2, 43,036
  3. Sagar ‘sagarpupull’ Choudhury – ₹1, 80,232
  4. Anmol ‘Kaanchacheena’ Mehta – ₹1,33,658
  5. assassin1528 – ₹99,119
  6. Ankit ‘b00mtr00p3r’ Wadhawan – ₹73,505
  7. Bharat ‘hzgod’ Kumar – ₹54,510
  8. smokebutt15 – ₹40,424
  9. Shagun ‘Sogani22’ Jain – ₹35,733


Big Slick 12.5 Lakhs GTD – Adda52

Buy-in – ₹2,500

Entries – 312

Re-entries – 264

Prize Pool – ₹12,95,997

Places Paid – 62

Adda52`s Sunday mainstay, the ₹12.5 Lakhs GTD Big Slick, clocked in 576 challengers to make it comfortably across the posted guarantee.

The 6 PM tourney concluded at 1:32 AM, with Harsh ‘BuddhaBhikari’ Dembla claiming the title and ₹1.93 Lakhs in prize money following a heads-up chop with Ashok ‘justmissed’ Kumar Kailash (runner-up for ₹1.91 Lakhs).

Pawan ‘_luffy_1x1’ Tez (3rd for ₹1.52 Lakhs), Akash ‘winman4’ Arora (4th for ₹93,254), Ayush ‘lazyman’ Garg (5th for ₹68,355), Avinash ‘avinkon’ Koneru (7th for ₹36,726), and Ayan ‘gutshotguru1’ Ray (8th for ₹26,920) FT-ed the tourney.

Final Table Results

  1. Harsh ‘BuddhaBhikari’ Dembla – ₹1,93,494*
  2. Ashok ‘justmissed’ Kumar Kailash – ₹1,91,979*
  3. Pawan ‘_luffy_1x1’ Tez – ₹152,101
  4. Akash ‘winman4’ Arora – ₹93,254
  5. Ayush ‘lazyman’ Garg – ₹68,355
  6. Reg_Slayer – ₹50,104
  7. Avinash ‘avinkon’ Koneru – ₹36,726
  8. Ayan ‘gutshotguru1’ Ray – ₹26,920

*denotes heads-up deal


Money Heist 8.5 Lakhs GTD – Spartan Poker

Buy-in – ₹3,300

Entries – 160

Re-entries – 40

Re-buys – 85

Prize Pool – ₹8,55,000

Places Paid – 27

The ₹8.5 Lakhs GTD Money Heist registered a guarantee-smashing 285 entries.

It was 3:36 AM on Monday morning when the first-ever Game Changer winner, Prashanth ‘Anya Chalotra’ Sekar, championed the tourney to win ₹1.89 Lakhs, with Yash ‘gambler11’ Jaiswal placing runner-up for ₹1.28 Lakhs. Sekar’s lifetime online record is now touching ₹1.79 Crores.

The final table lineup featured names like Myron ‘Zzzzz369’ Pereira (3rd for ₹87,980), Vaibhav ‘AllinPavBhaji’ Temani (6th for ₹43,947), Karan ’99ayka99′ Jain (6th for ₹31,977), and PokerGuru Ambassador’s Naresh ‘FreeFlow’ Veeravalli (4th for ₹71,735) & ‘KasolHieghts’ (8th for ₹23,171).

Final Table Results

  1. Prashanth ‘Anya Chalotra’ Sekar – ₹1,89,383
  2. Yash ‘gambler11’ Jaiswal – ₹1,27,823
  3. Myron ‘Zzzzz369’ Pereira – ₹87,980
  4. Naresh ‘FreeFlow’ Veeravalli – ₹71,735
  5. father – ₹57,200
  6. Vaibhav ‘AllinPavBhaji’ Temani – ₹43,947
  7. Karan ’99ayka99′ Jain – ₹31,977
  8. Vivek ‘KasolHieghts’ Singh – ₹23,171


BSS Monster 6-Max 5 Lakhs GTD – PokerBaazi

Buy-in – ₹2,750

Entries – 122

Re-entries – 82

Prize Pool – ₹5,10,000

Places Paid – 24

A crowd of 204 hopefuls entered PokerBaazi’s ₹5 Lakhs GTD BSS Monster 6-Max to collect a guarantee-smashing ₹5.10 Lakhs prize pool.

Seasoned pro Harsh ‘100crdream’ Dembla came out trumps after an almost five-hour-long battle, taking home his second tourney title of the day and ₹1.23 Lakhs in prize money. MTT reg Bharat ‘Thinkfloyd’ Vasan finished runner-up for ₹86,343.

Shashank ‘Iverson003’ Shekhar (3rd for ₹55,488), and the Game Changer 2.0 champion Shagun ‘sogani22’ Jain (5th for ₹30,855) also FT-ed the tourney.

Runner-up Bharat Vasan
Runner-up Bharat Vasan


Final Table Results

  1. Harsh ‘100crdream’ Dembla – ₹1,23,165
  2. Bharat ‘Thinkfloyd’ Vasan – ₹86,343
  3. Shashank ‘Iverson003’ Shekhar – ₹55,488
  4. thereallokimon – ₹41,106
  5. Shagun ‘sogani22’ Jain – ₹30,855
  6. TheWolverine – ₹24,684


BSS MegaStack 5 Lakhs GTD – PokerBaazi

Buy-in – ₹2,750

Entries – 113

Re-entries – 71

Prize Pool – ₹5,00,000

Places Paid – 21

The other ₹5 Lakhs GTD tourney running on PokerBaazi, the BSS MegaStack, suffered a ₹40,000 overlay shortfall after clocking in 184 entrants.

PokerGuru Ambassador Rony ‘bisadip176’ Chowdhury was the last player standing in the tourney and claimed the first-place prize money of ₹1.24 Lakhs, just as Rohit ‘acesinyourfaces’ Setia came in second for ₹87,150.

Chirag ‘miyagi’ Sodha (4th for ₹41,500), Bhanu ‘Chennaino1’ Prakash KC (5th for ₹31,150), and Anshul ‘Bags05’ Bagai (8th for ₹16,600) posted FT finishes.

Final Table Results

  1. Rony ‘bisadip176’ Chowdhury – ₹1,24,350
  2. Rohit ‘acesinyourfaces’ Setia – ₹87,150
  3. akhil0488 – ₹56,050
  4. Chirag ‘miyagi’ Sodha – ₹41,500
  5. Bhanu ‘Chennaino1’ Prakash KC – ₹31,150
  6. ForeverBhalu – ₹24,900
  7. vr055 – ₹20,700
  8. Anshul ‘Bags05’ Bagai – ₹16,600


Hurricane 4.5 Lakhs GTD – Adda52

Buy-in – ₹1,800

Entries – 140

Re-entries – 137

Prize Pool – ₹4,54,280

Places Paid – 30

Adda52’s ₹4.5 Lakhs GTD Hurricane managed to break-even after 277 challengers signed up to play, and the top 30 places walked past the money line.

Sushant ‘Tryndamere’ Singh outlasted the competition to win ₹1.16 Lakhs, with Gautam ‘aa_kk’ Sachdeva finishing runner-up for ₹69,278.

Rising Star Aman ‘karmapoker’ Parakh (4th for ₹38,614), Shankar ‘stormshadow’ Choudhary (7th for ₹13,628), and Rohan ‘rohansahnii’ Sahni (8th for ₹11,357) FT-ed the tourney.


Ragnarok 2 Lakhs GTD – Pocket52

Buy-in – ₹1,100

Entries – 132

Re-entries – 83

Prize Pool – ₹2,15,000

Places Paid – 34

Pocket52’s ₹2 Lakhs GTD Ragnarok surpassed its listed guarantee by ₹15,000 on the back of 215 entries.

Gaurav ‘GraceOfGod’ Chhabra was the last player standing in the tourney and added ₹41,065 to his poker bankroll. The runner-up prize of ₹30,100 went to the anonymous user ‘daniel_negreanu’.

Sanjay ‘kingdon111’ Burnwal finished 6th for ₹8,600.


Big Bang 1 Lakh GTD – Khelo365

Buy-in – ₹2,200

Entries – 39

Re-entries –11

Prize Pool – ₹1,00,000

Places Paid – 6

Khelo365`s ₹1 Lakh GTD Big Bang brought in the exact 50 entries it needed to break-even on the guarantee.

‘kklol’ took away the title along with ₹40,000 in cash prize after defeating ‘Kumarish’ (runner-up for ₹21,000) in heads-up play.


Sunday Supersonic 1 Lakhs GTD – PokerStars India

Buy-in – ₹1,100

Entries – 63

Re-entries – 32

Prize Pool – ₹1,00,000

Places Paid – 15

The second ‘Star of the Month’ qualifying tournament of the day was the ₹1 Lakhs GTD Sunday Supersonic. The event registered 95 entries, to experience an overlay shortfall of ₹5,000.

The top 15 players finished ITM – all of them collecting points towards the Week#1 leaderboard standings. Raking in the most TLB points and the ₹23,748 up-top was Ashit ‘Cringing’ Sharma.


Dominator 50K GTD – Khelo365

Buy-in – ₹825

Entries – 40

Re-entries – 12

Prize Pool – ₹50,000

Places Paid – 6

Khelo365`s ₹50K GTD Dominator got hit by an overlay shortfall of ₹11,000 on the back of 52 runners, and the top six places earned a payday.

‘Samaybk’ banked the lion`s share of the prize money worth ₹20,000 after defeating ‘ichhabra15’ (runner-up for ₹10,500) heads-up for the title.


Unravel 50K GTD – Pocket52

Buy-in – ₹440

Entries – 77

Re-entries – 27

Prize Pool – ₹50,000

Places Paid – 15

The ₹50K GTD Unravel attracted 104 entries to post an overlay of ₹8,400.

Jitu ‘Jitendra1’ Jaat took down the tourney for ₹11,500, defeating ‘phycoz’ (runner-up for ₹8,500) in heads-up play.

Site-regs Sunny ‘Russell92’ Prajapati (3rd for ₹6,250), Ritesh ‘Seehagaon123’ Verma (4th for ₹4,000), and Naman ‘nammy09’ Puri (6th for ₹3,000) FT-ed the event.


Depositors Freeroll 25K GTD – PokerDangal

Entries – 122

Prize Pool – ₹25,000

Places Paid – 25

The six-max ₹25K Depositors Freeroll on PokerDangal ran amidst 122 runners yesterday.

‘Xhudai’ proved the eventual champion and pocketed a top prize of ₹6,500, with ‘DESIBOYS’ placing second for ₹3,000.


Grinder 2.0 20K GTD – Khelo365

Buy-in – ₹275

Entries – 41

Re-entries – 16

Prize Pool – ₹20,000

Places Paid – 6

The Grinder 2.0 ₹20K GTD was taken down by ‘Teesmar2,’ who banked ₹8,000 after topping the 57-entry field. ‘nishantdreams’ placed runner-up for ₹4,200.


Weekly Freeroll 10K GTD – PokerDanga

Entries – 285

Prize Pool – ₹10,000

Places Paid – 80

A total of 285 entries signed up for PokerDangal’s ₹10K GTD Weekly Freeroll. The top 80 spots earned a share of the prize pool, with ‘More2win’ capturing the top prize of ₹1,950.


This report was updated at 8 PM on 7.12.2020

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