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Jain, Bang, Grover, Kwatra & Sodha Shine Through in the Sunday Marquees

Sanket Jain, Pranav Bang, Arsh Grover, Guneet Kwatra & Chirag Sodha - SORR
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  • Attreyee Khasnabis May 18, 2020
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It was a blockbuster Sunday that saw big-ticket tourneys like Spartan Poker’s Millionaire United, Adda52’s AOPS Main Event, and PokerBaazi’s PMVS Main Event SuperStack, all play down to the wire. Without further ado, let us tell you what went down on Sunday night.

 

Spartan Poker

Millionaire United is the most recent addition to Spartan Poker’s successful Millionaire franchise. The very first edition had played out on March 29, crowning Mahima Walia ‘mambojojo’ Das as the champion. Last night, the second running of this tourney drew 1,407 entries (682 unique, 297 re-entries and 428 re-buys) across two starting flights, slightly lower than the first edition`s 1,764 entries (833 unique, 368 re-entries and 563 re-buys), resulting in a shortfall of ₹1.51 Lakhs.

Site regular ‘lol this guy’ has been a consistent performer over the past few months. One of the most prominent finishes of this anonymous player came in the IOPC Millionaire Legends that took place on February 6, where they finished runner-up for ₹23.90 Lakhs. Yesterday, they won a hefty sum of ₹14.86 Lakhs for shipping the Millionaire United.

As we have come to expect at the Millionaire, the final table was replete with MTT stars. Experienced players like Dhaval ‘MandirYahinBanayenge’ Mudgal (4th for ₹5.48 Lakhs), Naren ‘IMUNAGI’ Purohit (6th for ₹3.14 Lakhs), Neeraj ‘SelfClaimedPros’ Kumar (7th for ₹2.39 Lakhs) and Sagar ‘strangeplay’ Chowdhury (8th for ₹1.70 Lakhs) were all in the running. In the end, the Millionaire title came down to a fight between ‘lol this guy’ and seasoned pro Arsh ‘BigggTymeR’ Grover. Despite being the more experienced of the two with an exhaustive resume boasting of over ₹4 Crores in recorded online winnings, Grover conceded the title to ‘lol this guy’ and instead banked ₹11.41 Lakhs for his runner-up finish. Grover, who was ranked third on the monthly leaderboard, jumped up two spots to take the lead with ₹43.42 Lakhs in monthly profits!

The Sunday SuperStack ₹45 Lakhs GTD suffered an overlay of ₹85,000 through 883 entries (393 unique, 202 re-entries, and 288 re-buys). Here again, it was an anonymous player ‘Langer,’ whobested online reg Ayan ‘interlalia_1’ Ray (runner-up for ₹4.82 Lakhs) heads-up and walked away with ₹6.45 Lakhs up top.

Rounding out the other notable winners on Spartan Poker was ‘Combat,’ who took down the Big Daddy ₹10 Lakhs GTD for ₹1.54 Lakhs, following a three-way deal with Siddharth ‘champ-ak’ Pandey (runner-up for ₹1.44 Lakhs) and ‘intothepit33‘ (3rd for ₹1.12 Lakhs).

 

Adda52

The six-flight long AOPS Main Event ₹2 Crores GTD finally culminated in the wee hours on Monday morning. The event had garnered 1,937 entries in total, with the site having to fill in an overlay of ₹6.30 Lakhs. Despite being one of the biggest guarantee events offered by Adda52, the AOPS Main Event has a history of being marred in controversy. The first-ever AOPS Main Event had received a lot of backlash after an unscheduled fourth flight got added to the schedule at the last minute. Despite this, the site was unable to avert an overlay of ₹5.80 Lakhs. Last night was no different. With an ongoing controversy regarding extra rake charged on Run it Twice tables, Adda52 is smack-dab in the middle of yet another blunder that has kept many regs away from the site. This definitely hurt the turnouts, resulting in a sizeable overlay.

The tournament was eventually championed by ‘autobot93,’ who banked a mouth-watering ₹50 Lakhs in prize money. The title didn`t come easy as the unknown player had to contend against the likes of Sanket ‘cowboy12’ Jain (runner-up for ₹26 Lakhs), Pranav ‘pranavbang’ Bang (3rd for ₹15 Lakhs), Vikranth ‘borntrouble’ Varma (4th for ₹6 Lakhs), Anish ‘anishpatra’ Patra (7th for ₹4 Lakhs), Alok ‘elusiveflame’ Kumar (8th for ₹3 Lakhs) and Kaushik ‘cosh’ Tibrewal (9th for ₹2 Lakhs) on the final table.

Besides the AOPS Main Event, Adda52 also hosted the AOPS Vagator ₹40 Lakhs GTD that registered 776 entries (377 unique and 399 re-entries), resulting in an overlay of ₹1.20 Lakhs. ‘mit2015’ emerged victorious and pocketed ₹9.20 Lakhs. Aditya ‘adikumar2010’ Kumar came in second for ₹5.28 Lakhs.

Neeraj ‘kumartomar’ Kumar had a gala time on the virtual felts last night. Not only did he final table the Millionaire United, finishing seventh for ₹2.39 Lakhs, but he also took down the AOPS Colva ₹20 Lakhs GTD for ₹4.60 Lakhs. The event logged in 825 entries (470 unique and 355 re-entries) and had an overlay of ₹1.43 Lakhs. Well-known online player Ayush ‘lazyman’ Garg placed second for ₹2.64 Lakhs. In fact, Kumar, playing under the moniker ‘SelfClaimedPros’, finished runner-up in Spartan Poker’s Epic ₹2 Lakhs GTD as well for ₹34,738.

 

PokerBaazi

The PokerBaazi Monthly Value Series (PMVS) that had kicked off on May 13, concluded yesterday with its most awaited event, the PMVS Main Event SuperStack ₹50 Lakhs GTD, finding a winner in Guneet ‘guntz’ Kwatra. The champion triumphed over a field of 563 unique entries and 437 re-entries to grab the lion’s share of the ₹50 Lakhs prize pool worth ₹8.61 Lakhs. Ankit ‘akj290’ Jajodia finished runner-up for ₹6.03 Lakhs.

Meanwhile, the PMVS BSS MegaStack ₹10 Lakhs GTD was taken down by Rishab ‘ryuk’ Malik for ₹2.35 Lakhs, while ‘Sarveshshahni’ shipped the PMVS The Monster ₹10 Lakhs GTD for ₹2.21 Lakhs.

 

PokerStars India

The 2020 INSCOOP on PokerStars India has reached the mid-way mark. On Sunday night, the flagship events on offer were the INSCOOP Sunday Highroller ₹30 Lakhs GTD and the INSCOOP Sunday Special ₹25 Lakhs GTD.

The Sunday Highroller registered 220 entries (135 unique and 85 re-entries), falling ₹2.5 Lakhs short of the break-even mark. One of the most consistent MTT winners in the country today, Chirag ‘WhyworrY_56’ Sodha claimed the title and top prize of ₹5.40 Lakhs, following a heads-up deal with ‘Poppy369’ (runner-up for ₹4.80 Lakhs). Before this win, Sodha was placed 15th in the yearly profits leaderboard; however, this score has seen him improving three places and he is currently ranked 12th.

The Sunday Special had a more eventful run as 527 entrants (305 unique and 222 re-entries) helped post a profitable ₹26.35 Lakhs prize pool. Anant ‘antypanty123’ Chaudhary came out on top to win ₹4.30 Lakhs, after defeating Aditya ‘addurrB’ Bahl (runner-up for ₹2.56 Lakhs) in the heads-up play.

The other Sunday winners were:

PlayerPrize MoneyEventPoker Site
Hardik 'hardikkumar147' Kumar₹1.33 LakhsAOPS Cubana ₹4 Lakhs GTDAdda52
Professor ₹1.15 LakhsPocket Aces ₹5 Lakhs GTDPocket52
Vikranth 'borntrouble' Varma₹1.05 LakhsPMVS#21 ₹5 Lakhs GTDPokerBaazi
Karan 'Apocalypto' Radia₹99,480PMVS#23 BSS PKO ₹4 Lakhs GTDPokerBaazi
Anish ‘anishsuri’ Suri₹99,053Sunday Monster Stack ₹5 Lakhs GTDSpartan Poker
Ritesh 'ritesh5812' Tripathi₹98,153AOPS Brunch ₹3.5 Lakhs GTDAdda52
Abhisk9646₹97,500DSVS Main Event ₹5 Lakhs GTDPoker Dangal
uv_007₹88,680INSCOOP – 83 Sunday Warm-up ₹5 Lakhs GTDPokerStars India
OldTimer ₹69,642Reloaded ₹4.50 Lakhs GTDSpartan Poker
Samsand₹61,000AOPS Afterparty PKO ₹2 Lakhs GTDAdda52
hhkidpoker ₹55,600AOPS Under The Gun ₹2 Lakhs GTDAdda52
HectorMg₹53,861Sunday Night Rider ₹3 Lakhs GTDSpartan Poker
yashos13₹53,316INSCOOP – 88 Sunday Storm ₹3 Lakhs GTDPokerStars India
Infic11₹47,138INSCOOP – 91 Ultrasonic ₹2 Lakhs GTDPokerStars India
Balsingh₹46,000BigBang ₹1 Lakh GTD NLHEKhelo365
donkeyking ₹42,000SM#5 StackUp (6 Max) @ 8PM ₹2 Lakhs GTD9stacks
Vibsi ₹36,041Epic ₹2 Lakhs GTDSpartan Poker
Iceburst ₹25,000Pocket Lunch ₹1 Lakh GTDPocket52
Kinghigh₹16,000Dominator ₹50K GTD NLHEKhelo365

 

AOPS Main Event ₹2 Crores GTD – Adda52

Buy-in – ₹11,000

Total Entries – 1,937

Prize Pool – ₹2,00,00,000

Places Paid – 197

Sunday brought the final day of the ₹7.8 crores GTD Adda52 Online Poker Series (AOPS) tournament series, and the virtual tables at Adda52 were full of nail-biting action as the festival came to a close. The ₹11,000 buy-in Main Event drew in 1,937 hopefuls (Day 1A – 193, Day 1B – 237, Day 1C – 256, Day 1D – 323, Day 1E – 344, and Day 1F – 584) through six starting days, resulting in an overlay of ₹6.30 Lakhs for the site to bear.

After playing the first 29 levels, only 248 runners were able to bag Day 2 stacks. With nine players forwarding their best stacks, only 239 unique contenders went on to play Day 2.

With the top 197 places paid, several were derailed empty-handed from the event. Anonymous user ‘jacks24’ was the unfortunate money bubble ensuring the remaining a payout of ₹24,000.

Benefitting most from the situation was ‘autobot93’ and Sanket ‘cowboy12’ Jain, with the former ultimately taking the top honors. The champion picked up ₹50 Lakhs in prize money, while Jain collected ₹26 Lakhs.

This was ‘autobot93’s best performance by a considerable margin pushing his lifetime winnings on the site north of ₹57 Lakhs. His previous best score dates back to December last year, where he had won the Ballers for ₹4.19 Lakhs.

The runner-up Jain surpassed his previous best score on Adda52 as well. His previous best score had come through his runner-up finish in the Millions AF in April for 4.89 Lakhs. His blistering run on Sunday has boosted his online winnings to over ₹47 Lakhs with ₹37 Lakhs coming from Adda52 alone.

The star-studded final table featured Pranav ‘pranavbang’ Bang (3rd for ₹15 Lakhs), Vikranth ‘borntrouble’ Varma (6th for ₹6 Lakhs), Anish ‘anishpatra’ Patra (7th for ₹4 Lakhs), Alok ‘elusiveflame’ Kumar (8th for ₹3 Lakhs), and Kaushik ‘cosh’ Tibrewal (9th for ₹2 Lakhs).

Among the top 50 finishers Shashank ‘felter’ Jain (10th for ₹1.60 Lakhs), Neeraj ‘neeraj2828’ Bajaj (11th for ₹1.60 Lakhs), Sanjay ‘Floppednuts’ Kumar (12th for ₹1.60 Lakhs), Nikita ‘nikitaluther’ Luther (19th for ₹80,000), Avadh ‘cateyes’ Shah (20th for ₹80,000), Gagandeep ‘gaganhyd’ Singh (23rd for ₹80,000), Anil ‘spewtard’ Adiani (25th for ₹80,000), Rishi ‘ronaldo94’ Mundhra (26th for ₹80,000), Aditya ‘iamherenow’ Agarwal (27th for ₹60,000), Niharika ‘Nixiepixie’ Bindra (30th for ₹60,000), Young Gun Devang ‘spark123’ Yadav (31st for ₹60,000), Vishal ‘vishalkumar1270’ Kumar (32nd for ₹60,000), Vinay ‘ContemporisT’ Bk (34th for ₹60,000), Uttam ‘chinunew’ Kumar Sinha (35th for ₹60,000), Avneesh ‘IamAM’ Munjal (36th for ₹60,000), Sanket ‘blackcod’ Arora (39th for ₹60,000), Naren ‘IMUNAGI’ Purohit (43rd for ₹60,000), Chandan ‘darkfish15’ Arora (44th for ₹60,000), Anuj ‘chocha’ Manocha (45th for ₹40,000), Kavish ‘narcoss’ Kukreja (46th for ₹40,000), and Sanat ‘mehro2511’ Mehrotra (50th for ₹40,000) were the notable performers.

Pranay ‘setmeup’ Chawla (51st for ₹40,000), Deepak ‘orionn7’ Raina (52nd for ₹40,000), Pratibh ‘MrGTO’ Saluja (54th for ₹40,000), Rahul ‘lucky_bastered’ Mech (55th for ₹40,000), Raghav ‘balugawhale’ Bansal (56th for ₹40,000), Meherzad ‘sailaway’ Munsaf (57th for ₹40,000), Paras ‘parasjain1717’ Jain (59th for ₹40,000), Rohit ‘kudos0505’ Behal (61st for ₹40,000), Honey ‘ho9ey’ Bijlani (64th for ₹40,000), Deepak ‘bothras’ Bothra (67th for ₹40,000), Young Gun Gaurav ‘gauravarod’ Sood (68th for ₹40,000), Tarun ‘aggtarun’ Goyal (69th for ₹40,000), Chirag ‘mahikk’ Bhardwaj (70th for ₹40,000), Abhishek ‘suhr’ Mazumder (71st for ₹40,000), Shagun ‘sogani94’ Jain (73rd for ₹32,000), Srihari ‘zombieballs’ Bang (74th for ₹32,000), Anirban ‘ajgar5’ D Das (75th for ₹32,000), Vishal ‘amarkhatri999’ Tulsyan (76th for ₹32,000), Neel ‘neeljoshi23’ Joshi (77th for ₹32,000), Jitendra ‘zxcvuiop’ Chordia (79th for ₹32,000), Rahul ‘rahulpalawat’ Jain (80th for ₹32,000), Kunal ‘kvohra’ Vohra (82nd for ₹32,000), Manesh ‘TEAMfromHELL’ Rathod (85th for ₹32,000), Ritwik ‘ritwik27’ Khanna (88th for ₹32,000), Praveen ‘pk786’ Gattani (93rd for ₹32,000), Kanav ‘alibaba_kings’ Parwal (94th for ₹32,000), Dheeraj ‘sarkar12345’ Bisht (96th for ₹32,000), Rajesh ‘phanthom’ Singh (97th for ₹32,000) and Amarjeet ‘amarjeet1989’ Singh (100th for ₹32,000) were the other regs among the top 100 finishers.

Among the PokerGuru Team of Ambassadors, Parikshit ‘gigsy’ Dhall (16th for ₹1.20 Lakhs), Kartik ‘Pegasus1505’ Ved (22nd for ₹80,000), Madhav ‘madzoopa’ Gupta (48th for ₹40,000), Jayjit ‘pokerminator’ Ray (63rd for ₹40,000), Rohit ‘rohit22rm’ Mishra (99th for ₹32,000), Ashish ‘ragspoker’ Munot (124th for ₹27,000), Arjanveer ‘arjan30’ Singh Chadha (155th for ₹24,000), and Naresh ’emperor457′ Veeravalli (180th for ₹24,000) posted scores.

Runner-up Sanket Jain
Runner-up Sanket Jain

 

Final Table Results

  1. autobot93 – ₹50,00,000
  2. Sanket ‘cowboy12’ Jain – ₹26,00,000
  3. Pranav ‘pranavbang’ Bang – ₹15,00,000
  4. Karanmangla – ₹11,50,000
  5. 5 kissy7 – ₹8,03,000
  6. Vikranth ‘borntrouble’ Varma – ₹6,00,000
  7. Anish ‘anishpatra’ Patra – ₹4,00,000
  8. Alok ‘elusiveflame’ Kumar – ₹3,00,000
  9. Kaushik ‘cosh’ Tibrewal – ₹2,00,000

 

The Millionaire United ₹1 Crore GTD – Spartan Poker

Buy-in – ₹7,700

Entries – 682

Re-entries – 297

Re-buys – 428

Prize Pool – ₹1,00,00,000

Places Paid – 183

Returning to Spartan Poker for yet another sizzling run was The Millionaire United ₹1 Crores GTD. The event attracted 1,407 entries across its two starting flights, and this included 602 registrations on Day 1A and another 805 entries on Day 1B. The tourney still fell short and had a ₹1.51 Lakhs overlay, and only the final 184 survivors could make it to Day 2. With 162 of them being unique players, some of those who carried double stacks forward cashed multiple times.

With some of the heavyweights including former WPT Vietnam champion Dhaval ‘MandirYahinBanayenge’ Mudgal (4th for ₹5.48 Lakhs), Naren ‘IMUNAGI’ Purohit (6th for ₹3.14 Lakhs), Neeraj ‘SelfClaimedPros’ Kumar (7th for ₹2.39 Lakhs) and Sagar ‘strangeplay’ Chowdhury (8th for ₹1.70 Lakhs) falling out, the heads-up duel was set up between ‘lol this guy’ and Young Gun Arsh ‘BigggTymeR’ Grover.

It was a duel between two seasoned regs, but in the end, Grover missed the Millionaire title and had to settle for a runner-up payday of ₹11.41 Lakhs. ‘lol this guy’ was named the Millionaire champion and collected a whopping ₹14.86 Lakhs for the win!

Harpreet ‘AZA16’ S Gurditta (11th for ₹1.09 Lakhs), Mohit ‘TurnYourAce’ Kankariya (12th for ₹98,500), Himanshu ‘kozmos93’ Arora (15th for ₹88,400), Paras ‘AAKKQQJJ’ Jain (19th for ₹68,400), Siddarth ‘PeterPunter’ Singhvi (21st for ₹72,900), Raghav ‘thatssosick’ Bansal (22nd for ₹58,400), former Millionaire champion, Anish ‘Illusionist’ Patra (23rd for ₹48,900), Akash ‘Akash0510’ Gupta (26th for ₹70,100), Kanishka ‘Wildflower’ Samant (28th for ₹41,300), Young Gun Ujjwal ‘Lord Hendrix’ Narwal (32nd for ₹35,800), Sandeep ‘effuno’ Varma RS (33rd for ₹35,800), Abhishek ‘MambaMentality’ Goindi (35th for ₹35,800), Kunal ‘TiltAtma’ Patni (36th for ₹35,800), Rubin ‘kornkid’ Labroo (41st for ₹30,400), Guneet ‘guntz’ Kwatra (42nd for ₹30,400), Vikranth ‘borntrouble’ Varma (45th for ₹30,400), Banmanlang ‘bml2012’ Lyndem (47th for ₹30,400), former WPT Vietnam champion Dhaval ‘MandirYehiBanayenge’ Mudgal (49th for ₹30,400), Goonjan ‘gmtesting’ Mall (55th for ₹30,400), Ayan ‘interlalia_1’ Ray (58th for ₹25,000), Amit ‘Immortal Killer’ Sur (60th for ₹25,000), Anmol ‘bemyfriend’ Agast Srivats (62nd for ₹25,000), Sandeep ‘SANDYINC.’ Rajora (63rd for ₹25,000), Pranav ‘pranavpoker’ Khandalkar (64th for ₹25,000), Vinay ‘Netflixxed’ Bk (65th for ₹25,000), Avadh ‘cateyes’ Shah (67th for ₹25,000), Kanchan ‘Bubblegum’ Sharma (69th for ₹25,000), Vikaash ‘viks82’ Shah (73rd for ₹21,200), Uttam ‘chinunew’ Kumar Sinha (75th for ₹21,200), Ankur ‘Crimemastergogo’ Sehgal (77th for ₹21,200), former Millionaire champion Chirag ‘chilling’ Sodha (78th for ₹21,200), Sanket ‘GHOSTF@CE’ Arora (79th for ₹21,200), Hitesh ‘hitesh bhai’ Batra (84th for ₹21,200), Pulkit ‘Championplayer’ Goyal (86th for ₹21,200), Pranav ‘I’mThePlayboi’ Bang (89th for ₹21,200), Deepak ‘chimpoo’ Bothra (96th for ₹18,900), Srihari ‘bangbang99’ Bang (98th for ₹18,900) were the known players who made a top 100 finish in the tourney.

From the PokerGuru team of Ambassadors, Nadeem ‘blindgame’ Basha (14th for ₹88,400), Ashish ‘Spewushhhiiiii’ Ahuja (17th for ₹78,400), Rohit ‘ShippingYard’ Mishra (59th for ₹25,000), Laksh ‘LuckyBhai$’ Pal Singh (74th for ₹21,200), Jayjit ‘David Blaine’ Ray (80th for ₹21,200), and Kartik ‘TheInternetKid’ Ved (95th for ₹21,200) picked up scores.

Arsh Grover
Arsh Grover

 

Final Table Results

  1. lol this guy – ₹14,86,404
  2. Arsh ‘BigggTymeR’ Grover – ₹11,41,005
  3. haayegarmi – ₹9,37,589
  4. Dhaval ‘MandirYahinBanayenge’ Mudgal – ₹5,48,000
  5. McFly – ₹4,23,000
  6. Naren ‘IMUNAGI’ Purohit – ₹3,14,200
  7. Neeraj ‘SelfClaimedPros’ Kumar – ₹2,39,800
  8. Sagar ‘strangeplay’ Chowdhury – ₹1,70,600
  9. Black_Panther_175 – ₹1,32,000

 

PMVS#24 Main Event SuperStack ₹50 Lakhs GTD – PokerBaazi

Buy-in – ₹5,000

Entries – 563

Re-entries – 437

Prize Pool – ₹50,00,000

Places Paid – 117

Storming past a field of 1,000 entries (563 unique and 437 re-entries), seasoned pro Guneet ‘guntz’Kwatra captured the title of the PMVS Main Event SuperStack ₹50 Lakhs GTD for a mammoth ₹8.61 Lakhs. Online regular Ankit ‘akj290’ Jajodia finished runner-up for ₹6.03 Lakhs.

Prominent players who final tabled the event were Rishab ‘RatedR’ Singh Rawat (3rd for ₹3.91 Lakhs), Prateek ‘khotasikka’ Singh (4th for ₹2.89 Lakhs), Gaurav ‘kira1545’ Kaul (6th for ₹1.75 lakhs), PokerGuru Ambassador Laksh ‘boomtlt23’ Pal Singh (8th for ₹1.15 Lakhs), and Kunal ‘VasooliChacha’ Patni (9th for ₹86,000).

Guneet Kwatra
Guneet Kwatra

 

Final Table Results

  1. Guneet ‘guntz’ Kwatra – ₹8,61,000
  2. Ankit ‘akj290’ Jajodia – ₹6,03,000
  3. Rishab ‘RatedR’ Singh Rawat – ₹3,91,000
  4. Prateek ‘khotasikka’ Singh – ₹2,89,000
  5. FoldMatKar – ₹2,15,000
  6. Gaurav ‘kira1545’ Kaul – ₹1,75,000
  7. boomshankara – ₹1,45,000
  8. Laksh ‘boomtlt23’ Pal Singh – ₹1,15,000
  9. Kunal ‘VasooliChacha’ Patni – ₹86,000

 

Sunday SuperStack ₹45 Lakhs GTD – Spartan Poker

Buy-in – ₹5,500

Entries – 393

Re-entries – 202

Re-buys – 288

Prize Pool – ₹45,00,000

Places Paid – 87

The regular Sunday marquee tourney at Spartan Poker, the Sunday SuperStack ₹45 Lakhs GTD, logged in a field of 883 entries (393 unique, 202 re-entries and 288 re-buys). Still, that was not enough for the event to break even, and the site had to fill in a ₹85,000 overlay. Marching ahead of the others to claim the title was ‘Langer’. On March 12, the player took down the Mega Freeze ₹4 Lakhs GTD for ₹1.07 Lakhs. With the Sunday SuperStack title in his grasp, he added a hefty ₹6.45 Lakhs paycheque to his name after defeating Ayan ‘interlalia_1’ Ray (runner-up for ₹4.82 Lakhs) heads-up.

The final table also featured the likes of Ravinder ‘jason’ Singh (3rd for ₹4.76 Lakhs), Varun ‘vg007’ Gulati (4th for ₹4.74 Lakhs), Vinay ‘Netflixxed’ Bk (6th for ₹1.83 Lakhs), PokerGuru Ambassador Rohit ‘ShippingYard’ Mishra (7th for ₹1.35 Lakhs), Ishaan ‘potripper16’ Bhatia (8th for ₹93,150) and Romit ‘tilt_83’ Advani (9th for ₹73,350).

Ayan Ray
Ayan Ray

 

Final Table Results

  1. Langer – ₹6,45,526
  2. Ayan ‘interlalia_1’ Ray – ₹4,82,376
  3. Ravinder ‘jason’ Singh – ₹4,76,655
  4. Varun ‘vg007’Gulati – ₹4,74,441
  5. RoyalBlush – ₹2,34,000
  6. Vinay ‘Netflixxed’ Bk – ₹1,83,150
  7. Rohit ‘ShippingYard’ Mishra – ₹1,35,450
  8. Ishaan ‘potripper16’ Bhatia – ₹93,150
  9. Romit ‘tilt_83’ Advani – ₹73,350

 

AOPS Vagator ₹40 Lakhs GTD – Adda52

Buy-in – ₹5,500

Entries – 377

Re-entries – 399

Prize Pool – ₹40,00,000

Places Paid – 82

The other flagship event on Adda52’s Sunday roster was the AOPS Vagator ₹40 Lakhs GTD. The event pulled in a total of 776 entries (377 unique and 399 re-entries), registering a loss of ₹1.20 Lakhs.

Mystery user ‘mit2015’ sprinted to the top where he squared off with Aditya ‘adikumar2010’ Kumar heads-up before taking down the title and the top prize of ₹9.20 Lakhs. Kumar finished a close second for ₹5.28 Lakhs. This happens to be ‘mit2015’s only major title victory to date.

Neeraj ‘neeraj2828’ Bajaj (3rd for ₹3.60 Lakhs), Varun ‘vnutsg’ Gupta (5th for ₹1.90 Lakhs), Manas ‘manashnayak’ Nayak (6th for ₹1.31 Lakhs), Manish ‘manamish’ Yadav (7th for ₹1 Lakh), Raghav ‘balugawhale’ Bansal (8th for ₹76,000), and PokerGuru Ambassador Arjanveer ‘arjan30’ Singh Chadha (9th for ₹60,000) were the notable FT finishers.

Runner-up Aditya Kumar
Runner-up Aditya Kumar

 

Final Table Results

  1. mit2015 – ₹9,20,000
  2. Aditya ‘adikumar2010’ Kumar – ₹5,28,000
  3. Neeraj ‘neeraj2828’ Bajaj – ₹3,60,000
  4. StupidCommonMan – ₹2,72,000
  5. Varun ‘vnutsg’ Gupta – ₹1,90,000
  6. Manas ‘manashnayak’ Nayak – ₹1,31,600
  7. Manish ‘manamish’ Yadav – ₹1,00,000
  8. Raghav ‘balugawhale’ Bansal – ₹76,000
  9. Arjanveer ‘arjan30’ Singh Chadha – ₹60,000

 

INSCOOP – 87 Sunday Highroller ₹30 Lakhs GTD – PokerStars India

Buy-in – ₹13,750

Entries – 135

Re-Entries – 85

Prize Pool – ₹30,00,000

Places Paid – 35

The marquee event on PokerStars India’s Sunday roster, the INSCOOP Sunday Highroller ₹30 Lakhs GTD, attracted a reg infused field of 220 hopefuls (135 unique and 85 re-entries) that given the stiff competition across all sites left an overlay of ₹2.5 Lakhs.

Taking the most advantage of the value on offer was rising star Chirag ‘WhyworrY_56’ Sodha, who cut a heads-up deal with an anonymous player ‘Poppy369’ and added ₹5.40 Lakhs to his growing bankroll. With this score, Chirag is nearing the ₹3 Crore-mark in lifetime recorded online earnings.

Several notable names were seen on the FT. These included Hitesh ‘hiteshbhai999’ Batra (4th for ₹2.37 Lakhs), Nishant ‘DoJingBULLETSS’ Sharma (5th for ₹1.75 Lakhs), Sumit ‘mrgr33n33’ Sapra (7th for ₹96,098), and Abhishek ‘Satan98999’ Gubba (9th for ₹52,580).

Chirag Sodha
Chirag Sodha

 

Final Table Results

  1. Chirag ‘WhyworrY_56’ Sodha – ₹5,40,311*
  2. Poppy369 – ₹4,80,311*
  3. tweedu_taps – ₹3,20,995
  4. Hitesh ‘hiteshbhai999’ Batra – ₹2,37,439
  5. Nishant ‘DoJingBULLETSS’ Sharma – ₹1,75,633
  6. biglittletilt – ₹1,29,915
  7. Sumit ‘mrgr33n33’ Sapra – ₹96,098
  8. dsungwifi12 – ₹71,083
  9. Abhishek ‘Satan98999’ Gubba – ₹52,580

*denotes heads-up deal

 

INSCOOP – 84 Sunday Special ₹25 Lakhs GTD – PokerStars India

Buy-in – ₹5,500

Entries – 305

Re-Entries – 222

Total Prize Pool – ₹26,35,000

Regular Prize Pool – ₹13,17,500

Bounty Prize Pool – ₹13,17,500

Places Paid – 89

Another Sunday marquee tourney at PokerStars India, the INSCOOP Sunday Special ₹25 Lakhs GTD, logged in a field of 527 participants (305 unique and 222 re-entries), generating a prize pool of ₹26.35 Lakhs and the top 89 places got paid.

Racing past everyone was Anant ‘antypanty123’ Chaudhary, who championed the tourney to win ₹4.30 Lakhs after defeating Aditya ‘addurrB’ Bahl (runner-up for ₹2.56 Lakhs) heads-up!

Several PokerGuru Ambassadors were in the running for the title and this included their mentor Aditya ‘Artooriouss’ Agarwal, who finished 8th for ₹52,991. Gokul ‘Haxton Jr’ Raj (3rd for ₹1.35 Lakhs), Ashish ‘Spewushhhiiiii’ Ahuja (7th for ₹58,113 and Ashish ‘chipcharity999’ Munot (9th for ₹78,694), all posted FT finishes.

Akshay ‘youcantcallme’ Nasa was another prominent name on the FT and finished fourth for ₹1.05 Lakhs.

Anant Chaudhary
Anant Chaudhary

 

Final Table Results

  1. Anant ‘antypanty123’ Chaudhary – ₹4,30,101
  2. Aditya ‘addurrB’ Bahl – ₹2,56,937
  3. Gokul ‘Haxton Jr’ Raj – ₹1,35,895
  4. Akshay ‘youcantcallme’ Nasa – ₹1,05,422
  5. raghav1990 – ₹1,02,390
  6. ButtonRaiseSS – ₹76,999
  7. Ashish ‘Spewushhhiiiii’ Ahuja – ₹58,113
  8. Aditya ‘Artooriouss’ Agarwal – ₹52,991
  9. Ashish ‘chipcharity999’ Munot – ₹78,694

 

AOPS Colva ₹20 Lakhs GTD – Adda52

Buy-in – ₹2,500

Entries – 470

Re-Entries – 355

Prize Pool – ₹20,00,000

Places Paid – 92

The third flagship of the day on Adda52, the AOPS Colva ₹20 Lakhs GTD, also suffered an overlay like the other two tourneys. The event attracted a field of 825 runners (470 unique and 355 re-entries), to register an overlay of ₹1.44 Lakhs.

After using two bullets, Neeraj ‘kumartomar’ Kumar captured the title for ₹4.60 Lakhs. Kumar defeated Ayush ‘lazyman’ Garg head-up, who walked away with ₹2.64 Lakhs as the runner-up prize.

Saket ‘saker’ Kumar (3rd for ₹1.80 Lakhs), Rohit ‘ikkatikka’ Setia (4th for ₹1.36 Lakhs), Siddharth ‘supernova69’ Ranshevre (5th for ₹90,000), and Rajesh ‘phanthom’ Singh (7th for ₹50,000) posted FT finishes.

Neeraj Kumar
Neeraj Kumar

 

Final Table Results

  1. Neeraj ‘kumartomar’ Kumar – ₹4,60,000
  2. Ayush ‘lazyman’ Garg – ₹2,64,000
  3. Saket ‘saker’ Kumar – ₹1,80,000
  4. Rohit ‘ikkatikka’ Setia – ₹1,36,000
  5. Siddharth ‘supernova69’ Ranshevre – ₹90,000
  6. sangeeta132 – ₹60,900
  7. Rajesh ‘phanthom’ Singh – ₹50,000
  8. flingit – ₹40,000
  9. gadot – ₹30,000

 

PMVS#25 BSS MegaStack ₹10 Lakhs GTD – PokerBaazi

Buy-in – ₹2,500

Entries – 246

Re-entries – 222

Prize Pool – ₹11,70,000

Places Paid – 54

The PMVS BSS MegaStack ₹10 Lakhs GTD had a profitable run on PokerBaazi yesterday, with a 468-player field (246 unique and 222 re-entries) collecting a prize pool of ₹11.70 Lakhs.

Rishab ‘ryuk’ Malik ran past the competition and took the event down for ₹2.35 Lakhs while circuit regular Rajat ‘happyfish’ Mahajan finished runner-up for ₹1.65 Lakhs.

Rahul ‘chanakyax’ Bhura (3rd for ₹1.06 Lakhs), Anmol ‘anzzzzz’ Mehta (5th for ₹58,850), Vaibhav ‘WakhraSwagNi’ Sharma (6th for ₹47,150), Shagun ‘sogani22’ Jain (7th for ₹39,310), and Nishaanth ‘shanni’ Shanmughasundaram (8th for ₹31,360) posted FT finishes.

Rishab Malik
Rishab Malik

 

Final Table Results

  1. Rishab ‘ryuk’ Malik – ₹2,35,000
  2. Rajat ‘happyfish’ Mahajan – ₹1,65,000
  3. Rahul ‘chanakyax’ Bhura – ₹1,06,000
  4. Borntogamble – ₹78,390
  5. Anmol ‘anzzzzz’ Mehta – ₹58,850
  6. Vaibhav ‘WakhraSwagNi’ Sharma – ₹47,150
  7. Shagun ‘sogani22’ Jain – ₹39,310
  8. Nishaanth ‘shanni’ Shanmughasundaram – ₹31,360
  9. mmittal – ₹23,520

 

PMVS#22 The Monster ₹10 Lakhs GTD – PokerBaazi

Buy-in – ₹3,300

Entries – 162

Re-entries – 124

Prize Pool – ₹10,00,000

Places Paid – 36

The PMVS The Monster ₹10 Lakhs GTD managed to bring in 286 entries (162 unique and 124 re-entries) falling ₹1.42 Lakhs short of the posted guarantee.

Outlasting the competition was anonymous user ‘Sarveshshahni’, who collected a paycheck f ₹2.21 Lakhs after defeating ‘mmittal’ (runner-up for ₹1.55 Lakhs) heads-up.

The tourney paid out the top 36 finishers who received a piece of the ₹10 Lakhs prize pool.

Other circuit regs who final tabled the tourney were Shagun ‘sogani22’ Jain (3rd for ₹99,700), Aditya ‘gooner67’ Singh Punn (5th for ₹55,400), Amit ‘churu’ J (6th for ₹44,300), Vikram ‘vikrambatra’ Ved Batra (7th for ₹36,800), Hitesh ‘hiteshbhai’ Batra (8th for ₹29,500), and Jaideep ‘GoneClubbing’ Sajwan (9th for ₹22,100).

Final Table Results

  1. Sarveshshahni – ₹2,21,000
  2. mmittal – ₹1,55,000
  3. Shagun ‘sogani22’ Jain – ₹99,700
  4. Jesus89 – ₹73,800
  5. Aditya ‘gooner67’ Singh Punn – ₹55,400
  6. Amit ‘churu’ J – ₹44,300
  7. Vikram ‘vikrambatra’ Ved Batra – ₹36,800
  8. Hitesh ‘hiteshbhai’ Batra – ₹29,500
  9. Jaideep ‘GoneClubbing’ Sajwan – ₹22,100

 

Big Daddy ₹10 Lakhs GTD – Spartan Poker

Buy-in – ₹2,200

Entries – 257

Re-entries – 69

Re-buys – 149

Prize Pool – ₹10,00,000

Places Paid – 47

Another Sunday attraction on Spartan Poker, Big Daddy ₹10 Lakhs GTD drew 475 entries (257 unique, 69 re-entries, and 149 re-buys). Though the event couldn’t meet its guarantee and fell ₹50,000 short on the ₹10 Lakhs guaranteed, the final 47 players earned a slice of the prize pool.

Combat’ was the last one standing in the tourney and won ₹1.54 Lakhs after striking a three-way deal with Siddharth ‘champ-ak’ Pandey (runner-up for ₹1.44 Lakhs) and ‘intothepit33’ (3rd for ₹1.12 Lakhs).

Aman ‘KarmaPoker’ Parakh (4th for ₹75,100) and Avadh ‘cateyes’ Shah (6th for ₹45,200) were the other prominent FT finishers.

Runner-up Siddharth Pandey
Runner-up Siddharth Pandey

 

Final Table Results

  1. Combat – ₹1,54,285*
  2. Siddharth ‘champ-ak’ Pandey – ₹1,44,552*
  3. intothepit33 – ₹1,12,662*
  4. Aman ‘KarmaPoker’ Parakh – ₹75,100
  5. AthenaVolt – ₹59,200
  6. Avadh ‘cateyes’ Shah – ₹45,200
  7. masterbluff – ₹33,200
  8. masterroshi521 – ₹24,400
  9. BuddyLove – ₹20,000

*denotes three-way deal

 

Pocket Aces 5 Lakhs GTD – Pocket52

Buy-in – ₹2,750

Entries – 107

Re-entries – 42

Prize Pool – ₹5,00,000

Places Paid – 27

User ‘Professor’ took down the Pocket Aces ₹5 Lakhs GTD for ₹1.15 Lakhs after besting ‘gurujii’ (runner-up for ₹70,000) heads-up.

The tourney logged in 149 entrants (107 unique and 42 re-entries), however, booked a shortfall of ₹97,700 against the offered guarantee.

Final Table Results

  1. Professor – ₹1,15,000
  2. gurujii – ₹70,000
  3. paglabaazigar – ₹52,500
  4. thakurr188 – ₹40,000
  5. darkenergy – ₹30,000
  6. madhabpal2015 – ₹22,500

 

PMVS#21 ₹5 Lakhs GTD – PokerBaazi

Buy-in – ₹1,375

Entries – 217

Re-entries – 132

Prize Pool – ₹5,00,000

Places Paid – 45

PokerBaazi’s PMVS₹5 Lakhs GTD had a shortfall of ₹63,750 on the listed guarantee, after pulling in 349 entries (217 unique and 132 re-entries).

Online regular Vikranth ‘borntrouble’ Varma defeated Amit ‘churu’ J heads-up to win ₹1.05 Lakhs in prize money. The latter earned ₹73,500 for his runner-up finish.

Ashit ‘nexus010’ Sharma (3rd for ₹47,250), Aditya ‘gooner67’ Singh Punn (4th for ₹35,000), Shardul ‘duuurrrr’ Parthasarathi (5th for ₹26,250), Pratibh ‘pratibhsaluja’ Saluja (6th for ₹21,000), Harsh ‘harsh1327’ Bubna (8th for ₹14,000), and Karan ‘Apocalypto’ Radia (9th for ₹10,500) posted FT scores.

Vikranth Varma
Vikranth Varma

 

Final Table Results

  1. Vikranth ‘borntrouble’ Varma – ₹1,05,000
  2. Amit ‘churu’ J – ₹73,500
  3. Ashit ‘nexus010’ Sharma – ₹47,250
  4. Aditya ‘gooner67’ Singh Punn – ₹35,000
  5. Shardul ‘duuurrrr’ Parthasarathi – ₹26,250
  6. Pratibh ‘pratibhsaluja’ Saluja – ₹21,000
  7. KKKKAAAA – ₹17,500
  8. Harsh ‘harsh1327’ Bubna – ₹14,000
  9. Karan ‘Apocalypto’ Radia – ₹10,500

 

Sunday Monster Stack ₹5 Lakhs GTD – Spartan Poker

Buy-in – ₹1,650

Entries – 211

Re-entries – 59

Re-buys – 110

Prize Pool – ₹5,70,000

Places Paid – 39

With 380 entries (211 unique, 59 re-entries and 110 re-buys), the Sunday Monster Stack ₹5 Lakhs GTD on Spartan Poker generated a profitable prize pool worth ₹5.70 Lakhs.

Anish ‘anishsuri’ Suri clinched the title and top prize of ₹99,053, following a heads-up deal with Zarvan ‘BolAuntyAuKya’ Tumboli, who received ₹91,212 for his runner-up finish.

Natansh ‘evilbunny36’ Basandra (8th for ₹14,364) and Moji ‘Zaalimp’ Padu (9th for ₹11,913) were the other notable FT finishers.

Anish Suri
Anish Suri

 

Final Table Results

  1. Anish ‘anishsuri’ Suri – ₹99,053*
  2. Zarvan ‘BolAuntyAuKya’ Tumboli – ₹91,212*
  3. surajkori – ₹55,575
  4. axone – ₹44,859
  5. princepokker – ₹35,169
  6. Delpro – ₹26,619
  7. PokerStar090 – ₹19,551
  8. Natansh ‘evilbunny36’ Basandra – ₹14,364
  9. Moji ‘Zaalimp’ Padu – ₹11,913

*denotes heads-up deal

 

DSVS Main Event ₹5 Lakhs GTD – Poker Dangal

Buy-in – ₹2,200

Entries – 144

Rebuys – 78

Prize Pool – ₹5,00,000

Places Paid – 35

Overlay – ₹56,000

Poker Dangal’s Sunday flagship DSVS Main Event ₹5 lakhs GTD was taken down by ‘Abhisk9646’, who topped the 222-entry field (144 unique and 78 re-buys) to win ₹97,500. Hemant ‘honey91’ Dhiman earned ₹72,500 for finishing second.

Shubham ‘UPayMyRent’ Tyagi finished 7th for ₹16,250.

Runner-up Hemant Dhiman
Runner-up Hemant Dhiman

 

Final Table Results

  1. Abhisk9646 – ₹97,500
  2. Hemant ‘honey91’ Dhiman – ₹72,500
  3. 99ayka99 – ₹53,750
  4. offroad – ₹40,000
  5. NUTSBABA – 28,750
  6. kingkong11 – ₹21,250
  7. Shubham ‘UPayMyRent’ Tyagi – ₹16,250
  8. rud1478 – ₹12,500
  9. flashsurya – ₹8,750

 

INSCOOP – 83 Sunday Warm-up ₹5 Lakhs GTD – PokerStars India

Buy-in – ₹1,375

Entries – 255

Re-Entries – 164

Prize Pool – ₹5,23,750

Places Paid – 45

A mystery user ‘uv_007’ juggernaut to the top of the 419-entry field (255 unique and 164 re-entries) to take down the INSCOOP Sunday Warm-up title.

The user cut a four-way deal with Amit ‘FeedMeUrStack’ Sinha (runner-up for ₹65,848), ‘juw@ri’ (3rd for ₹68,319), and ‘bluffmaster95’ (4th for ₹66,567) to bank the most significant portion of the ₹5.23 Lakhs prize pool worth ₹88,680.

The only other notable who FT’ed the event was Myron ‘khAAbib’ Pereira (5th for ₹33,476).

Runner-up Amit Sinha
Runner-up Amit Sinha

 

Final Table Results

  1. uv_007 – ₹88,680*
  2. Amit ‘FeedMeUrStack’ Sinha – ₹65,848*
  3. juw@ri – ₹68,319*
  4. bluffmaster95 – ₹66,567*
  5. Myron ‘khAAbib’ Pereira – ₹33,476
  6. Muniano19 – ₹25,103
  7. ranbir505 – ₹18,825
  8. tweedu_taps – ₹14,117
  9. Wabi-$abi – ₹10,586

*denotes four-way deal

 

Reloaded ₹4.50 Lakhs GTD – Spartan Poker

Buy-in – ₹1,100

Entries – 216

Re-entries – 40

Re-buys – 136

Prize Pool – ₹4,50,000

Places Paid – 31

Spartan Poker’s Reloaded ₹4.50 Lakhs GTD attracted 392 entries (216 unique, 40 re-entries and 136 re-buys), suffering from a ₹58,000 overlay. ‘OldTimer’ won the event for ₹69,642 after he struck a four-way deal with ‘Radhe2015 (runner-up for ₹59,901), ‘princepokker’ (3rd for ₹56,112) and ‘nkss’ (4th for ₹55,408).

 

AOPS Cubana ₹4 Lakhs GTD – Adda52

Buy-in – ₹2,200

Entries – 125

Re-entries – 118

Prize Pool – ₹4,86,000

Places Paid – 24

The AOPS Cubana ₹4 Lakhs GTD event on Adds52 saw 243 registrations (125 unique and 118 re-entries) smashing its guarantee to accrue ₹4.86 Lakhs and ₹1.33 Lakhs was set aside for the eventual champion.

When the event came to an end, Hardik ‘hardikkumar147’ Kumar was the last player standing in the event after defeating Rahul ‘roymasvik’ Majgaonkar (runner-up for ₹77,760) heads-up.

 

PMVS#23 BSS PKO ₹4 Lakhs GTD – PokerBaazi

Buy-in – ₹2,750

Entries – 88

Re-entries – 75

Prize Pool – ₹4,00,000

Places Paid – 21

With 163 entries (88 unique and 75 re-entries), PokerBaazi’s PMVS BSS PKO ₹4 Lakhs GTD suffered an overlay of ₹74,000 last night.

Seasoned reg Karan ‘Apocalypto’ Radia clinched the title for ₹99,480 after besting ‘amitag’ (runner-up for ₹69,720) heads-up.

 

AOPS Brunch ₹3.5 Lakhs GTD – Adda52

Buy-in – ₹1,250

Entries – 185

Re-entries – 160

Prize Pool – ₹3,92,613

Places Paid – 38

The AOPS Brunch ₹3.5 Lakhs GTD logged in 345 entries (185 unique and 160 re-entries) who each ponied up the ₹1,250 buy-in generating a prize pool worth ₹3.93 Lakhs.

Racing past the competition after using three bullets was Ritesh ‘ritesh5812’ Tripathi, who walk away with the top prize of ₹98,153. ‘factory123’ finished runner-up for ₹59,480.

 

Sunday Night Rider ₹3 Lakhs GTD – Spartan Poker

Buy-in – ₹880

Entries – 180

Re-entries – 61

Re-buys – 114

Prize Pool – ₹3,00,000

Places Paid – 31

Spartan Poker`s late-night special, Sunday Night Rider ₹3 Lakhs GTD, attracted 355 runners (180 unique, 61 re-entries and 114 re-buys) yesterday, falling ₹16,000 short on the advertised guarantee.

HectorMg’ captured the top spot and a ₹53,861 payday following a heads-up deal with ‘billubhai’ (runner-up for ₹52,308).

 

INSCOOP – 88 Sunday Storm ₹3 Lakhs GTD – PokerStars India

Buy-in – ₹550

Entries – 305

Re-Entries – 189

Prize Pool – ₹3,00,000

Places Paid – 83

With 494 entries (305 unique hopefuls and 189 re-entries), the INSCOOP Sunday Storm ₹ fell ₹53,000 short on its 3 Lakhs prize pool guarantee and the top 83 places got paid.

Racing past them all was ‘yashos13’, who beat out ‘kenpachipoker’ (runner-up for ₹37,149) heads-up to win₹53,316.

 

AOPS Afterparty PKO ₹2 Lakhs GTD – Adda52

Buy-in – ₹1,100

Entries – 155

Re-Entries – 150

Prize Pool – ₹2,44,000

Places Paid – 34

In the AOPS Afterparty PKO, ‘Samsand’ was crowned the champion after he used five bullets to walk away with ₹61,000 plus bounty money. The anonymous player outlasted a 305-strong field (155 unique and 150 re-entries). ‘NewCastle’ took the runner-up prize of ₹36,966 along with bounty prizes.

 

AOPS Under The Gun ₹2 Lakhs GTD – Adda52

Buy-in – ₹1,000

Entries – 120

Re-entries – 83

Prize Pool – ₹2,00,000

Places Paid – 21

AOPS Under The Gun ₹2 Lakhs GTD drew 203 entries (120 unique and 83 re-entries) resulting in an overlay of ₹61,554. Making the most of the value on offer was ‘hhkidpoker’, who took down the tourney to win ₹55,600 plus an additional ten bounty prizes. Saket ‘saker’ Kumar placed runner-up and received ₹32,500 for his efforts along with six bounties.

 

INSCOOP – 91 Ultrasonic ₹2 Lakhs GTD – PokerStars India

Buy-in – ₹990

Entries – 156

Re-Entries – 81

Total Prize Pool – ₹2,13,300

Regular Prize Pool – ₹1,06,650

Bounty Prize Pool – ₹1,06,650

Places Paid – 35

Another signature event on PokerStars India’s Sunday schedule, the INSCOOP Ultrasonic ₹2 Lakhs GTD, witnessed 156 unique entries and 81 re-entries to accumulate a prize pool of ₹2.13 Lakhs (₹1.06 Lakhs in the regular prize pool and ₹1.06 Lakhs in the bounty prize pool).

An anonymous user with the moniker ‘Infic11’ picked up the title for ₹47,138 and earned a free ticket to The Mammoth Main Event 1 Crore GTD while ‘RageAce00’ finished runner-up for ₹19,870.

 

SM#5 StackUp (6 Max) @ 8PM ₹2 Lakhs GTD – 9stacks

Buy-in – ₹1,100

Entries – 130

Re-buys – 60

Prize Pool – ₹2,00,000

Places Paid – 20

9stacks’ SM StackUp (6 Max) @ 8PM ₹2 Lakhs GTD was won by ‘donkeyking’ for ₹42,000 and Saksham ‘ElMatador’ Sharma finished runner-up for ₹28,000.

The event logged in 190 runners (130 unique and 60 re-buys) resulting in an overlay of about ₹10,000. The top 20 places got paid.

 

Epic ₹2 Lakhs GTD – Spartan Poker

Entries – 208

Re-entries – 32

Re-buys – 138

Prize Pool – ₹2,00,000

Places Paid – 31

Spartan Poker’s Epic ₹2 Lakhs GTD played out amidst 378 hopefuls (208 unique, 32 re-entries and 138 re-buys) falling ₹11,000 short of the guarantee.

Vibsi’ clinched the title along with a ₹36,041 up top following a heads-up deal with Neeraj ‘SelfClaimedPros’ Kumar (runner-up for ₹34,738).

 

BigBang ₹1 Lakh GTD NLHE – Khelo365

Buy-in – ₹2,200

Entries – 27

Re-Entries – 10

Prize Pool – ₹1,00,000

Places Paid – 4

Khelo365’s BigBang ₹1 Lakh GTD NLHE pulled in 37 entries (27 unique and 10 re-entries), resulting in a sizeable ₹26,000 shortfall.

‘Balsingh’ topped the field and bagged ₹46,000 in first-place prize money, while ‘RanjitthK’ finished runner-up for ₹26,000.

 

Pocket Lunch 1 Lakh GTD – Pocket52

Buy-in – ₹1,100

Entries – 70

Re-entries – 25

Prize Pool – ₹1,10,000

Places Paid – 18

The Pocket Lunch ₹1 Lakh GTD registered 95 entries (70 unique and 25 re-entries) and the top 77 places took a bite out of the ₹1.10 Lakhs prize pool.

Championing the tourney was ‘Iceburst,’ who pocketed the ₹25,000 top prize after defeating ‘nawazzi96’ (runner-up for ₹15,500) heads-up.

 

Dominator ₹50K GTD NLHE – Khelo365

Buy-in – ₹660

Entries – 38

Re-Entries – 43

Prize Pool – ₹50,000

Places Paid – 9

Khelo365`s Dominator ₹50K GTD NLHE brought in 81 entries (38 unique and 43 re-entries) that resulted in a marginal ₹1,400 loss.

‘Kinghigh’ came out on top to win ₹16,000. ‘Balsingh’ placed second for ₹10,000.

 

This report was updated at 3:30 PM on 18.05.2020.

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