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This Week in Poker: August 3 – 9

This Week in Poker: August 3 - 9
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  • Atmadeep Ghosh August 11, 2022
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In the PokerGuru feature ‘This Week in Poker,’ we bring you the weekly roundup of the most significant online scores by Indian MTT players and the top stories from both the live and online poker circuit. Here are this week’s top stories!

The first weekend of August was a firecracker one, with the second edition of the PokerBaazi Classics wrapping up on Sunday and Spartan Poker`s Freedom Celebration Series hosting a slew of flagship tournaments.

The offline action was also in top gear as Adda52`s Colossus High Roller Series and the PokerStars-powered Asia Pacific Poker Tour Manila drew to a scintillating close on Sunday.

Team India has been a dominating force in the Asian tournament circuit this year, and our Indian challengers did the country proud by reeling in four titles, and several FT finishes at the just-concluded APPT Manila. Dhanesh Chainani was the biggest mover and shaker from the team for his third-place finish in the APPT Manila Main Event worth ₱5,409,000 (~₹77.35 Lakhs) – his second-best live score to date. Chainani`s Main Event score catapulted him to a significant lead across the Indian scores (live and online), making him our PokerGuru Star of the Week!”

Chainani was part of a three-way deal in the APPT Manila Main Event. Singapore’s Xin Hua Lai whisked away the title and the top prize of ₱5,973,000. Netherland’s Thijs Hilberts finished runner-up in the event for the second time in a row, netting ₱6,071,000.

The Indian contingent clinched four titles in the series, the last of which was won by seasoned MTT pro Dhaval Mudgal who shipped Event #35: Flipout, picking up his maiden PokerStars LIVE title and ₱96,000 (~₹1.37 Lakhs).

Mudgal, Young Gun Kanchan Sharma, Siddarth Singhvi, and Jasven Saigal reeled in FT finishes in the last leg of the series.

With the APPT Manila getting over, the tournament action has moved back to Vietnam, where the APT Vietnam Ho Chi Minh got underway at the Saigon Poker Club on August 8. India’s Manoj Ramakrishna got the team its first score in the series with a deep run in the Warm-Up Event, finishing fifth for VND 134 Million (4.53 Lakhs). Vietnam’s Phan Huu Minh Tri won the tournament for VND 535 Million following a three-way deal.

APPT Manila wasn`t the online live tournament series keeping the Indian poker community busy. After four months, the live tournament action roared to life in Goa with Casino Deltin Royale playing host to the Adda52 Colossus High Roller Series. The three-event series saw Shravan Chhabra grabbing the ₹50K Warm-up Bounty title for ₹8.96 Lakhs. The IPC Megastacks Main Event champion, Young Gun Siddhanth Kripalani, topped the 69-entry field in the ₹200K High Roller to win his second live title of the year and a hefty ₹45.28 Lakhs cash prize. Aditya GS finished runner-up for ₹25.87 Lakhs. Nishant Sharma shipped the ₹100K Main Event for ₹33.15 Lakhs, while Spartan Poker Team Pro Nikita Luther (2nd for ₹21 Lakhs) and PokerGuru Ambassador Faiz Alam (3rd for ₹12.44 Lakhs) locked in the other top payouts.

With so much happening on the live poker circuit, the online winners were left relatively pale in comparison for a change. However, this doesn`t apply to Shagun Jain, who wrote his name into the history books after topping a stacked 3,797-entry field in PokerBaazi`s 2 Crores GTD PBC#22 Game Changer to collect a jaw-dropping 25.30 Lakhs. With the victory, the Jaipur-based player became the first to win the PokerBaazi headliner for an unprecedented second time. Sumit Kumar placed runner-up for 17 Lakhs, with Avijit Jaiswal collecting 13 Lakhs in third place.

The leaderboard toppers, Rising Star Ritwik Khanna, Young Gun Anuj Yadav, and Siddharth Gangwar, raked in the other massive scores in online tournaments this week.

With India`s 75th Independence Anniversary just around the corner, several poker platforms have rolled out a barrage of Independence-themed promotions.

While Spartan Poker’s Freedom Celebration Series is already coasting to guarantee-crushing turnouts, PokerBaazi’s brand-new Baazi Turbo Series will start on Sunday. The fast-paced series has 45 turbo events on the schedule and over 5 Crores in guaranteed prizes!

Not one to be left behind, IndiaPlays has announced a set of “Independence Special” promotions – a 5 Lakh GTD tournament, a 1.50 Lakhs GTD Freeroll & five 50K GTD Bank Roll Buster tournaments – all starting on August 15.

For upcoming players, MPL Poker is running a host of daily freerolls & high-value micro MTTs, guaranteeing 51,000 in prizes daily.

In more good news for players, the recently launched online poker site, PokerStreet, is running the “Race to Goa” promotion, offering cash game players a chance to win an all-expenses-paid trip to Goa!

Asia’s favorite online poker room, Natural8, is hosting the massive $5 Million GTD Zodiac Festival from July 31 – August 14.

In another much-cheered news by the poker community, WSOP put up the details for the 2022 WSOP Online Series. The US edition will feature 33 bracelet events (an additional six bracelet events each for Michigan and Pennsylvania residents), followed by the international leg on GGPoker that will run 33 bracelet events (August 14 – October 18)!

 

Online Railbird Report

This past Sunday brought on an electrifying set of tournaments with the PokerBaazi Classics and Spartan Poker`s Freedom Celebration Series headlining the action!

The Game Changer 2.0 champion Shagun Jain walked away with all the stardust. The Jaipur-based player performed an encore in PokerBaazi`s ₹2 Crores GTD PBC#22 Game Changer, becoming the first player to win the flagship tournament twice. Along with becoming the sixth GameChanger champion, Jain added ₹25.30 Lakhs to his PokerBaazi wallet.

Shagun Jain
Shagun Jain

 

The relatively lesser-known player, Sumit Kumar, pocketed 17 Lakhs for his runner-up finish in PBC#22 Game Changer.

The IPC Megastacks ₹15K Mystery Bounty third-place finisher, Avijit Jaiswal, was another player making the top rungs of the weekly charts on the back of his third-place finish in PBC#22 Game Changer for ₹13 Lakhs. Jaiswal cumulatively added ₹15.21 Lakhs across his weekly run.

Avijit Jaiswal
Avijit Jaiswal

 

Rising Star Ritwik Khanna was another top pro making waves this week and collectively added ₹14.58 Lakhs.

Ritwik Khanna
Ritwik Khanna

 

His top finishes include:

> 1st in Spartan Poker’s Thursday High Roller (6-Max) for ₹7.09 Lakhs

> 6th in Spartan Poker`s FCS #35 High – Mega Celebration for ₹4.25 Lakhs

After several weeks of keeping a low profile, the #1 ranked player of the year, Young Gun Anuj Yadav, pulled out a breakout run. The MTT phenom conquered two Spartan Poker flagships this week and finished fifth in the Thursday HR, adding ₹14.27 Lakhs to his burgeoning bankroll.

Anuj Yadav
Anuj Yadav

 

His top finishes include:

> 1st in Spartan Poker’s FCS #29 High Sunday Celebration for ₹7,67,447

> 1st in Spartan Poker’s FCS #39 High Monday Celebration for ₹3,06,252

> 5th in Spartan Poker’s Thursday HR for ₹2,07,900

Online regular Siddharth Gangwar was another leaderboard topper making waves. The MTT reg raked in almost ₹12.83 Lakhs through the week – and won three titles.

Siddharth Gangwar
Siddharth Gangwar

 

His top finishes include:

> 4th in PokerBaazi’s PBC#10 The Summit for ₹2,59,200

> 1st in Adda52’s Iron Man for ₹1,72,783

> 1st in PokerStars India’s Uppercut for ₹1,06,745

> 1st in PokerBaazi’s Holdem Boost for ₹47,670

Sumit Kumar, Kunal Patni, Anish Arora, Chirag Sodha, and Rajat Mahajan were the week`s other top online scorers!

 

Notable Winners of the Week

PlayerPrize AmountEventPoker Site
Shagun Jain
₹25.30 LakhsPBC#22 Game Changer ₹2 Crore GTDPokerBaazi
“FlyOn”
₹15.37 LakhsFCS #35 – High – Mega Celebration ₹1.25 Crores GTDSpartan Poker
Rajat Mahajan
₹8.34 LakhsPBC#20 BSS Superstack ₹40 Lakhs GTDPokerBaazi
Sarthak Aswal
₹7.77 LakhsPBC#10 The Summit – ₹40 Lakhs GTD
PokerBaazi
Anuj Yadav
₹7.67 LakhsFCS#29 – High - Sunday Celebration ₹40 Lakhs GTDSpartan Poker
Kunal Patni₹7.52 LakhsPBC#13 Weekly HighRoller - ₹40 Lakhs GTD
PokerBaazi
“Sami5”
₹7.40 LakhsFCS #12 High – Friday Celebration - ₹35 Lakhs GTD
Spartan Poker
Ritwik Khanna₹7.09 LakhsThursday HR (6-Max) - ₹25 Lakhs GTD
Spartan Poker
Vaibhav Sharma
₹6.86 LakhsAdda52 Millions ₹25 Lakhs GTD
Adda52
Ravindra Arikeri
₹6.20 LakhsGodfather – ₹25 Lakhs GTD
Adda52
Siddharth Karia
₹6.12 LakhsMega Suits ₹25 Lakhs GTDAdda52
Armaan Kochhar
₹5.63 LakhsWednesday High Roller – 20 Lakhs GTD
Spartan Poker
“Flushme420”
₹5.20 LakhsThe Ballers ₹20 Lakhs GTD
Adda52
Anish Arora₹4.87 LakhsFCS #3 High – Thursday Celebration - ₹25 Lakhs GTD
Spartan Poker
Puneet Mishra
₹4.57 LakhsFCS #48 – High - Tuesday Celebration ₹22 Lakhs GTD
Spartan Poker
Ayush Bhardwaj
₹4.50 LakhsPBC#8 Endeavour - ₹40 Lakhs GTD
PokerBaazi
Aditya Singh
₹4.27 LakhsPBC#7 Pride - ₹20 Lakhs GTD
PokerBaazi
Utkarsh Vaish
₹4.14 LakhsDestiny ₹22 Lakhs GTD
Spartan Poker
Sahil Chutani₹3.90 LakhsPBC#21 BSS Megastack ₹15 Lakhs GTD
PokerBaazi
Siddharth Kadel₹3.82 LakhsMaverick ₹15 Lakhs GTD
Adda52
Navaneesha P
₹3.79 LakhsFCS#32 – High ₹20 Lakhs GTD
Spartan Poker
Ayush Garg
₹3.48 LakhsSunday Special - Galactic Series Main Event Edition – ₹15 Lakhs GTDPokerStars India
Pratibh Saluja
₹3.37 LakhsThe Endeavour – ₹12 Lakhs GTD
PokerBaazi
Sachin Raj
₹3.32 LakhsFCS#30 – Mid Main Event ₹20 Lakhs GTD
Spartan Poker
Aniket Waghmare
₹3.18 LakhsThe Mint – ₹14 Lakhs GTDAdda52
Anuj Yadav
₹3.06 LakhsFCS#39 – High - Monday Celebration ₹14 Lakhs GTD
Spartan Poker
Kishan Choudhary
₹2.93 LakhsThe Big Show ₹10 Lakhs GTD
PokerBaazi
Shubham Agarwal
₹2.87 LakhsBounty Builder HR ₹10 Lakhs GTD
PokerStars India
Chirag Sodha
₹2.64 LakhsSunday Highroller - Galactic Series Main Event Edition – ₹10 Lakhs GTDPokerStars India
Utkarsh Vaish
₹2.38 LakhsFCS #28 High – ₹10 Lakhs GTDSpartan Poker
Gurpal Singh
₹2.25 LakhsHighroller – Galactic Series MAIN EVENT Edition ₹10 Lakhs GTD
PokerStars India
Parag Shah
₹2.17 LakhsFCS #15 High - ₹10 Lakhs GTD
Spartan Poker
“talissya”
₹2.10 LakhsFCS #13 Mid - ₹10 Lakhs GTD
Spartan Poker
Shubham Agarwal₹1.85 LakhsFCS #6 High - ₹8.50 Lakhs GTD
Spartan Poker
Kunal Mohan
₹1.73 LakhsPBC#9 Holdem Boost - ₹10 Lakhs GTDPokerBaazi
Siddharth Gangwar₹1.73 LakhsIron Man - ₹8 Lakhs GTD
Adda52
Aniruddha Joshi
₹1.56 LakhsPBC#12 Holdem Boost - 10 Lakhs GTD
PokerBaazi
Pradip Ghosh
₹1.47 LakhsPBC#15 Holdem Boost ₹10 Lakhs GTD
PokerBaazi
Siddharth Saxena₹1.33 Lakhs(7-Max) SPRINT ₹5 Lakhs GTDPokerBaazi
Ashutosh Kumar
₹1.27 Lakhs(7-Max) SPRINT ₹5 Lakhs GTD
PokerBaazi
Areyann Gurbaxani₹1.23 Lakhs(7-Max) Daily SPRINT ₹5 Lakhs GTDPokerBaazi
“Manu167”₹1.20 LakhsFCS#42 – High ₹5 Lakhs GTDSpartan Poker
Pankaj Rautela
₹1.18 LakhsFCS #49 – Mid ₹6 Lakhs GTD
Spartan Poker
Sashank Chakravarty₹1.12 LakhsLa Luna – ₹4 Lakhs GTDAdda52
Siddharth Gangwar
₹1.07 LakhsUppercut ₹5 Lakhs GTD
PokerStars India
Samyak Sethi₹1 LakhBattle Royale [8-Max] ₹4 Lakhs GTD
PokerStars India
Parth Jain₹96KTuesday Slam – ₹4 Lakhs GTDMPL Poker
Vikhyat Ahlawat₹86KFCS #54 – Mid - ₹4 Lakhs GTDSpartan Poker
Clinton Tavares
₹79KNight on Stars ₹5 Lakhs GTD
PokerStars India
Siddharth Karia₹60KMonday Madness 2.50 Lakhs GTDMPL Poker

 

PokerBaazi’s First-Ever Baazi Turbo Series (BTS) Guarantees ₹5-plus Crores Across 45 Turbo Tournaments! (August 14-21)

Turbo tournaments are the new craze among MTT players, and PokerBaazi has just the thing for players looking for a quick poker fix and massive prize pools. India`s leading poker site recently announced the launch of the Baazi Turbo Series, which will make its debut run from August 14 to 21.

The eight-day-long series promises over ₹5 Crores in cash prizes across 45 events (including five Main Event starting flights) and a ₹10 Lakhs GTD leaderboard race.

Baazi Turbo Series August 2022

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MPL Poker Announces Daily Freerolls & High-Value Micro MTTs

Upcoming players are in for a treat on MPL Poker, with the poker site running 20 freerolls daily between 9 AM and 11 PM. There are 10,000 in cash prizes up for grabs for anyone who wants to play, and the entry is free!

At the same time, numerous micro buy-in tourneys priced as little as 1, 2, or 5 offer as much as 1,000X value, and there is also a Daily Depositors Freeroll at 8:30 PM.

 

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IndiaPlays’ “Weekly Leaderboard” is BACK, ₹1.50 Lakhs in Guaranteed Prizes Every Week

IndiaPlays’ staple “Weekly Leaderboard” promotion is back! Cash game players can win a share of ₹1.50 Lakhs in leaderboard prizes every week by putting in volume on the cash tables and making it into the 15 of the leaderboard standings across the low, mid, and high stakes.

IndiaPlays - Weekly Leaderboard - Cover

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IndiaPlays Announces “Independence Special” Offers

IndiaPlays has three fantastic promotions planned for tournament players as part of its “Independence Special” campaign.

> ₹5 Lakhs GTD Independence Special tournament – the ₹550 buy-in event will run five starting flights from August 15 – 19, each taking off at 8:30 PM

> ₹1 Lakh GTD Independence Freeroll open to all players on August 15 at 2:30 PM

> Five ₹50K GTD Bank Roll Booster tournaments – the ₹330 buy-in tournaments start at 6:30 PM daily from August 15 – 19

IndiaPlays - Special Tourney - Cover

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New Poker Platform PokerStreet Announces “Race to Goa” Promotion

Founded by Ankush Bhatia and Prasun Bhadani, the latest entrant in the Indian poker space, PokerStreet, is looking to gain a foothold in the competitive online poker industry. The site`s launch promotion, “Race to Goa,” which began on August 1, offers cash game players a chance to win an all-expenses paid trip to Goa & play poker in a casino.

PokerStreet

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Natural8’s Zodiac Festival Guarantees a Massive $5 Million in Prizes (July 31 – August 14)

In celebration of the Qixi Festival, Asia`s largest online poker room, Natural8, is hosting the Zodiac Festival. The two-week-long MTT series runs from July 31 to August 14 and offers a mammoth $5 Million in guaranteed prizes. The festival has something for every budget with buy-ins ranging from ¥50 to ¥5,500.

N8 - ZF - Desktop

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WSOP.com Announces Dates for 2022 WSOP Online Series, 78 WSOP Bracelets to be Won From August 14 – October 18

The news poker enthusiasts were hoping for finally arrived last week when the World Series of Poker announced the details for the 2022 WSOP Online Series. The third edition of the online series will run from August 14 to September 27 on WSOP.com and GGPoker/Natural8, and altogether 78 WSOP gold bracelets will be up for grabs!

WSOP Online 2022

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Adda52 Colossus

Adda52’s Colossus High Roller Series got the live poker crowd together in Goa after four months. The six-day series made its scheduled run from August 2-7 at the floating Casino Deltin Royale in Goa.

MTT stalwart Nishant Sharma outlasted a 129-runner field in the Adda52 Colossus ₹100K Main Event to win his maiden Colossus title for ₹33.15 Lakhs. Sharma’s aggressive play made the final table action intense as he eliminated five players on the final table, including his heads-up opponent, WSOP bracelet winner and Spartan Poker Team Pro, Nikita Luther (2nd for ₹21 Lakhs). PokerGuru Ambassador Faiz Alam cashed ₹12.44 Lakhs in third place.

Nishant Sharma
Nishant Sharma

The ₹200K High Roller was the other major attraction! Young Gun Siddhanth Kripalani topped the 69-player field to collect a whopping ₹45.28 Lakhs, picking up his second live title this year. Kripalani defeated Aditya GS in the heads-up showdown, the latter banking ₹25.87 Lakhs in second place.

Long-time MTT pro Shravan Chhabria captured the ₹50K Warm-up Bounty for ₹8.96 Lakhs, beating Pratik Kumar (2nd for ₹5.68 Lakhs) heads-up!

 

APT Vietnam Ho Chi Minh

Keeping the live tournament action running almost non-stop, the Asian Poker Tour (APT) Vietnam Ho Chi Minh took off at the Saigon Poker Club, Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam, on August 8. Team India opened its scorecard early in the series, with Manoj Ramakrishna posting a fifth-place finish in the Warm-Up Event for VND 134 Million (4.53 Lakhs).

Manoj Ramakrishna
Manoj Ramakrishna

 

Vietnam’s Phan Huu Minh Tri won the title for VND 403 Million (~$17,253) after striking a three-way deal with Ha Tuan Dung (2nd for VND 383 Million, ~$16,398) and DB Bao (3rd for VND 353 Million, ~$15,113).

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2022 APPT Manila

The 2022 Asia Pacific Poker Tour (APPT) Manila for another live festival that kept us busy this past week. The marquee series made a thrilling comeback after a three-year hiatus at the PokerStars LIVE poker room at the iconic Okada Manila. Like the three live stops in Vietnam earlier this year, a sizable Indian contingent landed up for the series. The team once again enjoyed a terrific run, winning four titles and posting 17 final table finishes!

Singapore’s Xin Hua Lai championed the series’ headliner, APPT Manila Main Event, following a three-way deal where the finalists locked in ₱900,000 each, leaving the PSPC package worth 57,500 and the trophy to fight for. Following a short battle, Lai emerged victorious to earn a hefty ₱5,973,000 payday and the PSPC package.

Xin Hua Lai
Xin Hua Lai

 

The 2019 APPT Manila Main Event runner-up, the Netherland’s Thijs Hilberts, missed his chance at taking down the Main Event title for the second time in a row. Nevertheless, he walked away with the lion’s share of the prize money, worth ₱6,071,000.

India’s Dhanesh Chainani scored a third-place finish, banking ₱5,409,000 (~₹77.35 Lakhs) as part of the FT deal.

Dhanesh Chainani
Dhanesh Chainani

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Long-time circuit regular Dhaval Mudgal shipped Event #35: Flipout for ₱96,000 (~₹1.37 Lakhs), becoming the fourth Indian to win a PokerStars LIVe title at the series – also his first live title in four years.

Dhaval Mudgal
Dhaval Mudgal

 

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Young Gun Kanchan Sharma and Dhaval Mudgal FT-ed Event #41: ₱100K High Roller 6 Handed Shotclock Turbo, where Sharma finished runner-up for ₱891,050 (~₹12.74 Lakhs) following a three-way deal. Mudgal placed fourth for ₱441,300 (~₹6.31 Lakhs).

Kanchan Sharma
Kanchan Sharma

 

Canada’s Niroshan Loganathan took down the High Roller for ₱1,000,000 (~$18,080), with Philippines’ Christopher Mateo pocketing ₱891,050 in third place, courtesy of the deal.

Niroshan Loganathan
Niroshan Loganathan

 

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Siddharth Singhvi, Dhanesh Chainani, and Jasven Saigal were the other Indians who posted FT finishes in the last leg of the series.

 

Team India`s Scores in the Final Week of APPT Manila

RankPlayerEventPrize Amount
2Kanchan SharmaEvent 41: High Roller NLH - 6 Handed Shotclock - Turbo Re-Entry₱891,050
2Siddarth SinghviEvent 40: ?50,000 Mixed PLO/NLH High Roller Freezeout₱451,400
4Dhaval MudgalEvent 41: High Roller NLH - 6 Handed Shotclock - Turbo Re-Entry₱441,300
20Ashish MunotEvent 26: APPT Main Event NLH - Single Re-Entry Per Flight - ?20,000,000 Guarantee₱331,000
32Akshay NasaEvent 26: APPT Main Event NLH - Single Re-Entry Per Flight - ?20,000,000 Guarantee₱182,000
37Abhinav IyerEvent 26: APPT Main Event NLH - Single Re-Entry Per Flight - ?20,000,000 Guarantee₱182,000
45Siddarth SinghviEvent 26: APPT Main Event NLH - Single Re-Entry Per Flight - ?20,000,000 Guarantee₱158,000
49Ankit WadhawanEvent 26: APPT Main Event NLH - Single Re-Entry Per Flight - ?20,000,000 Guarantee₱158,000
50Shardul ParthasarathiEvent 26: APPT Main Event NLH - Single Re-Entry Per Flight - ?20,000,000 Guarantee₱158,000
70Anil AdianiEvent 26: APPT Main Event NLH - Single Re-Entry Per Flight - ?20,000,000 Guarantee₱138,000
79Sameer AgarwalEvent 26: APPT Main Event NLH - Single Re-Entry Per Flight - ?20,000,000 Guarantee₱118,000
83Laksh Pal SinghEvent 26: APPT Main Event NLH - Single Re-Entry Per Flight - ?20,000,000 Guarantee₱118,000
89Gaurav SoodEvent 26: APPT Main Event NLH - Single Re-Entry Per Flight - ?20,000,000 Guarantee₱118,000
101Jasven SaigalEvent 26: APPT Main Event NLH - Single Re-Entry Per Flight - ?20,000,000 Guarantee₱102,000
108Chirag ShahEvent 26: APPT Main Event NLH - Single Re-Entry Per Flight - ?20,000,000 Guarantee₱102,000
6Jasven SaigalEvent 39: ?10,000 NLH [?2K Bounty] Single Re-Entry₱52,000
12Chirag ShahEvent 38: Mini Main Event - Single Re-Entry₱41,000
10Ankit WadhawanEvent 28: ?20,000 NLH Midnight Hyper Turbo [?5K Bounty] - Re-Entry₱24,900

 

Israel’s Tom Orpaz championed two events to close the series with a bang. He took down Event #28: Midnight Hyper Turbo for ₱307,000 (~$5,555), and followed it up by winning Event 27: High Roller for ₱1,658,200 (~$29,865), taking his PokerStars LIVE title count to four!

Tom Orpaz
Tom Orpaz

 

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List of Other Side Event Winners

RankPlayerEventPrize Amount
1Tom OrpazEvent 27: High Roller One Day Event - Single Re-Entry₱1,658,200
1Niroshan LoganathanEvent 41: High Roller NLH - 6 Handed Shotclock - Turbo Re-Entry₱1,000,000
1Kitson KhoEvent 36: APPT High Roller NLH - (Day 2 Re-Entry Allowed)₱4,309,000
1Renniel GalvezEvent 33: SuperStack NLH - Freezeout - ?2,000,000 Guarantee₱1,198,500
1David Jansen ErquiagaEvent 40: ?50,000 Mixed PLO/NLH High Roller Freezeout₱653,100
1Sangbeom LimEvent 38: Mini Main Event - Single Re-Entry₱487,104
1Jason MagbanuaEvent 31: ?35,000 NLH Hyper Turbo - Freezeout₱350,500
1Tom OrpazEvent 28: ?20,000 NLH Midnight Hyper Turbo [?5K Bounty] - Re-Entry₱307,000
1Sangbeom LimEvent 29: ?25,000 NLH Megastack Turbo - Freezeout₱251,000
1Bell John Perez