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Online Rankings: Vishal Tulsyan Tops the Weekly Charts, Young Gun Anuj Yadav Crosses 14 Consecutive Weeks as the #1 Ranked Player of the Year

In this feature, we bring you to the top three weekly, monthly, and yearly performers every Sunday. These rankings are based on cumulative winnings (cashes). However, the rankings only include players registered to our online ranking system, so hurry up and register if you haven’t signed up on PokerGuru yet!

June is proving to be a HOT summer month for poker players, especially with India’s Aditya Agarwal setting the ball rolling for Team India at the WSOP, with a ninth-place finish in Event #3: $2,500 Freezeout NLHE worth $23,634 (~₹18.36 Lakhs)! As we look forward to more Indians slaying it at the 2022 WSOP, online poker back home is touching unprecedented heights with Spartan Poker’s biggest-ever IOPC, MPL Poker’s inaugural IPF, PokerBaazi’s first-ever THC, and PokerStars India’s Summer Series running side-by-side!

Young Gun Anuj Yadav has officially entered his 15th straight week as the 2022 POY leaderboard topper, and from the looks of it, he is in no mood to let go of the bragging rights. This past week, Yadav lapped up ₹6.34 Lakhs, chiefly through two title victories.

The #2 ranked player of the year, Young Gun Arsh Grover, added ₹8.89 Lakhs this week, netting almost half of that from his victory march in MPL Poker’s IPF #9. On Friday, Grover hit another career milestone by crossing ₹2 Crores in annual winnings, becoming the second player after Yadav to do so.

PokerGuru Ambassador Ashish Ahuja had another relatively slow week and added a modest ₹1.79 Lakhs to his scorecard, giving Mohammad Azhar the chance to close in. The inaugural NPS Main Event champion is just ₹10K away from overtaking the Chandigarh-based pro.

Last Sunday, long-time circuit pro Vishal Tulsyan finished runner-up in Adda52`s BTH Main Event for ₹12.01 Lakhs after losing the title in heads-up to the relatively little-known player Rahul Nischal. Tulsyan’s remarkable run added to a weekly cache of scores cumulatively worth ₹13.11 Lakhs, catapulting him to the top of the weekly leaderboard.

The IPF#5 Mini Main Event champion Sreekanth Narayan and the IOPC#12 – Friday Prime winner Armaan Kochhar grabbed the #2 and #3 spots on the weekly leaderboard.

Weekly Online Rankings (May 29 – June 4)

PlayerWeekly CashesWeekly Profit
Vishal Tulsyan₹13,11,493₹10,49,194
Sreekanth Narayan₹11,82,677₹9,43,613
Armaan Kochhar₹10,90,434₹6,50,936

 

Yearly Online Rankings (January 1 – June 4)

PlayerYearly CashesYearly Profit
Anuj Yadav₹2,16,59,782₹1,18,74,239
Arsh Grover₹2,01,84,607₹88,76,344
Ashish Ahuja₹1,67,43,902₹69,92,021

 

Weekly Online Rankings

1. Vishal Tulsyan

Weekly Cashes – ₹13,11,493

Weekly Profit – ₹10,49,194

Weekly Leaderboard Points – 238

Long-time circuit reg Vishal Tulsyan stormed his way to the top of the weekly leaderboards on the back of his runner-up finish in Adda52’s BTH Main Event Finale.

Tulsyan may be opted out of our tracking, but we could identify him cashing for at least ₹13.11 Lakhs, enough to make him the #1 ranked player of the week.

Vishal Tulsyan
Vishal Tulsyan

 

Top Cashes This Week

– 2nd in Adda52’s BTH ME Finale for ₹12.01 Lakhs on May 30

Vishal Tulsyan - Total Profit Graph
Vishal Tulsyan – Total Profit Graph

 

2. Sreekanth Narayan

Weekly Cashes – ₹11,82,677

Weekly Profit – ₹9,43,613

Weekly Leaderboard Points – 764

Sreekanth Narayan was one of the Sunday headliners! The former The Millionaire champion captured the IPF #5 Mini Main Event on MPL Poker for ₹10 Lakhs and cumulatively added ₹11.83 Lakhs throughout the week.

Sreekanth Narayan
Sreekanth Narayan

 

Top Cashes This Week

– 1st in MPL Poker’s IPF#5 Mini Main Event for ₹10 Lakhs on May 29

Sreekanth Narayan - Total Profit Graph
Sreekanth Narayan – Total Profit Graph

 

3. Armaan Kochhar

Weekly Cashes – ₹10,90,434

Weekly Profit – ₹6,50,936

Weekly Leaderboard Points – 2,513

Armaan Kochhar takes the #3 spot in the weekly rankings with ₹10.90 Lakhs in collective winnings. The lawyer turned poker pro had a breakout Friday as he took down Spartan Poker`s IOPC #12 – Friday Prime for ₹4.31 Lakhs and finished third in Adda52`s The Ballers for ₹2.30 Lakhs.

Armaan Kochhar
Armaan Kochhar

 

Top Cashes This Week

– 1st in Spartan Poker’s IOPC#12 – Friday Prime for ₹4.31 Lakhs on June 3

– 3rd in Adda52’s The Ballers for ₹2.30 Lakhs on June 3

– 3rd in PokerStars India’s Highroller (On-time Rake Refund) for ₹1.36 Lakhs on June 2

Armaan Kochhar - Total Profit Graph
Armaan Kochhar – Total Profit Graph

 

Rahul Nischal (Weekly Cashes – ₹16.70 Lakhs), Avijit Jaiswal (Weekly Cashes – ₹10.42 Lakhs), and PokerGuru Ambassador Tarush Gupta (Weekly Cashes – ₹9.74 Lakhs) were the week`s other top-ranked players.

 

Yearly Online Rankings

1. Anuj Yadav

Yearly Cashes – ₹2,16,59,782

Yearly Profit – ₹1,18,74,239

Yearly Leaderboard Points – 29,101

This month is arguably the busiest ever for online MTT players in the country, and Young Gun Anuj Yadav has already got his June scorecard ticking. The POY race frontrunner clinched two titles, collectively adding ₹6.34 Lakhs through his weekly run.

His top finishes of the week include:

> 1st in Spartan Poker’s IOPC #6 – Thursday Spotlight for ₹2.89 Lakhs

> 1st in PokerStars India’s Bounty Builder HR for ₹2.42 Lakhs

Yadav has completed his 14th consecutive week as the #1 ranked player of the year and boasts of ₹2.17 Crores in annual winnings with ₹1.19 Crores in net profits.

Anuj Yadav
Anuj Yadav

 

Top Cashes This Year

– 3rd in Spartan Poker’s IOPC #49 – High Roller (6-Max) for ₹12.30 Lakhs on January 27

– 6th in Spartan Poker’s FTS#41 – Main Event for ₹9.99 Lakhs on March 13

– 5th in PokerBaazi’s PBC#15 Game Changer for ₹9.18 Lakhs on January 9

Anuj Yadav - Total Profit Graph
Anuj Yadav – Total Profit Graph

 

2. Arsh Grover

Yearly Cashes – ₹2,01,84,607

Yearly Profit – ₹88,76,344

Yearly Leaderboard Points – 29,257

After lapping up over ₹40 Lakhs in May, Young Gun Arsh Grover started June by ticking off another significant milestone – crossing ₹2 Crores in tracked annual winnings! Even though his IPF#9 score doesn`t reflect under his official stats since MPL Poker is yet to be tracked by us, the MTT beast made away with over ₹8.89 Lakhs this week, further closing into Yadav at the top of the annual charts.

His top finishes of the week include:

> 1st in MPL Poker’s IPF #9 for ₹4.20 Lakhs

> 8th in Spartan Poker’s IOPC #13 Friday Spotlight for ₹1.34 Lakhs

>1st in Adda52’s Friday Bounty for ₹83,327

Arsh Grover
Arsh Grover

 

Top Cashes This Year

– 1st in Spartan Poker’s FTS #41 – Main Event (6-Max) for ₹40.24 Lakhs on March 13

– 2nd in Spartan Poker’s FTS #24 – Big Game for ₹10.75 Lakhs on March 9

– 1st in Spartan Poker’s IOPC#16 – Saturday Prime for ₹4.81 Lakhs on January 22

Arsh Grover - Total Profit Graph
Arsh Grover – Total Profit Graph

 

3. Ashish Ahuja

Yearly Cashes – ₹1,67,43,902

Yearly Profit – ₹69,92,021

Yearly Leaderboard Points – 27,813

PokerGuru Ambassador Ashish Ahuja had a relatively subdued week. He could only add a modest ₹1.79 Lakhs in MTT winnings, barely retaining his #3 position in the annual leaderboard rankings.

Ahuja will have to get going fast as the first-ever NPS Main Event champion Mohammad Azhar has closed in at breakneck speed with a bare-thread ₹10K difference separating the duo.

Ashish Gupta
Ashish Gupta

 

Top Cashes This Year

– 1st in Spartan Poker’s Millionaire Series #25 -Sunday Millionaire for ₹10.20 Lakhs on April 10

– 1st in Spartan Poker’s IOPC #49 – High Roller (6-Max) for ₹9.90 Lakhs on January 27

– 2nd in Spartan Poker’s Sunday SuperStack for ₹6.72 Lakhs on February 27

Ashish Ahuja - Total Profit Graph
Ashish Ahuja – Total Profit Graph

 

Mohammad Azhar (Yearly Cashes – ₹1.67 Crores), Rising Star Ritwik Khanna (Yearly Cashes – ₹1.59 Crores), and PokerGuru Ambassador Laksh Pal Singh (Yearly Cashes – ₹1.44 Crores) are the other top-ranked players of the year.

 

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Daily Majors: Puneet Mishra, Armaan Kochhar, Rajarshi Biswas, Saurabh Rohila & Gaurav Sood Bank Top Scores in the Friday Flagships

If Friday was so action-packed, we could expect the coming weekend to blow our minds! Team India posted its first FT score at the 2022 WSOP last night, with the country`s poker pioneer Aditya Agarwal finishing ninth in Event #3: $2,500 Freezeout NLHE for $23,634 (~₹18.36 Lakhs). As Agarwal’s impressive run set the tone for Team India`s participation in the series, it was fireworks across the major domestic sites back home.

Spartan Poker’s biggest-ever IOPC edition, MPL Poker’s inaugural IPF, PokerBaazi’s first-ever THC, and PokerStars India’s Summer Series kept the temperatures high on Friday.

Banking the single-biggest paycheque of the day was the 2021 WPT Main Event Finale fourth-place finisher, Puneet Mishra. Mishra won Spartan Poker`s IOPC #13 – Friday Spotlight for his first title of the year and ₹8.26 Lakhs after striking a three-way deal with Shailendra Pradhan (2nd for ₹7.94 Lakhs) and Anirudh Reddy (3rd for ₹6.81 Lakhs).

Armaan Kochhar made away with ₹7.35 Lakhs last night. The lawyer turned poker pro FT-ed three events and recorded another seven ITM finishes, most prominently shipping the IOPC #12 – Friday Prime for ₹4.31 Lakhs.

MPL Poker’s ongoing India Poker Festival continues to hand out big prizes, and topping the Friday list on the site was Rajarshi Biswas, who won IPF#10 for a personal-best ₹7.20 Lakhs. Shubham Kumar secured a runner-up payday of ₹4.80 Lakhs.

The former SSS Millionaire champion Saurabh Rohila shipped Adda52’s The Ballers for ₹5.12 Lakhs and collectively added ₹5.61 Lakhs through his Friday run. PokerGuru Ambassador Vivek Singh finished runner-up in the Friday flagship for ₹3.05 Lakhs.

Young Gun Karan Radia (opted out of our tracking) made the victory run in PokerBaazi’s The Weekly HighRoller, picking up his 16th marquee title of the year and ₹4.95 Lakhs in prize money. Monday`s IPF#6 champion Myron Pereira raked in ₹3.47 Lakhs for his runner-up finish. Radia locked in at least ₹5.21 Lakhs across his Friday grind.

Young Gun Gaurav Sood made a smashing return to the virtual felts last night as he took down the featured tournament on Day 1 of PokerStars India’s Summer Series, the Summer Series – 6 [Uppercut] for ₹2.52 Lakhs. Sood ITM-ed another three events, collectively adding over ₹3.81 Lakhs.

Thursday’s IOPC #2 winner Dinesh Pilkhwal (IOPC #14 – All-Rounder – Deepstack for ₹1.98 Lakhs), Rising Star Aman Parakh (Won IOPC #9 for ₹1.65 Lakhs), Mohit Mehta (IOPC #11 – Deepstack for 1.44 Lakhs), Anurag Srivastava (Won IOPC #10 for ₹98,397), and Amit Gehani (Won IOC #8 for ₹87,398) won the other IOPC titles on Day 2 of the series!

Sushant Sirohi (Won THC#18 Superstack for ₹1.96 Lakhs) and Roshan Gurbuxani (Won THC#17 Deepstack for ₹1.20 Lakhs) grabbed the other THC titles on PokerBaazi.

Piyush Nanda, Yash Chitre, Puneet Sachan, Haider Madraswala, Young Gun Arsh Grover, Dayanand Prass, Aniruddha Joshi, and Aman Madan were Friday`s other prominent winners!

Here are the Friday highlights!

 

Spartan Poker

IOPC #13 – Friday Spotlight – ₹50 Lakh GTD

Buy-in – ₹11,000

Entries – 287

Re-entries – 114

Rebuys – 166

Prize Pool – ₹56,70,000

Places Paid – 55

Puneet ‘potpoker’ Mishra championed the day`s biggest guaranteed tournament, Spartan Poker`s ₹50 Lakhs GTD IOPC #13 – Friday Spotlight for ₹8.26 Lakhs (his second-best career finish). The 2021 WPT Main Event Finale fourth-place finisher cut his way through the 567-entry field and chopped the title three-way with Shailendra ‘TIMBOOR’ Pradhan (2nd for ₹7.94 Lakhs) and Anirudh ‘flash’ Reddy (3rd for ₹6.81 Lakhs).

Puneet Mishra`s online stats: Lifetime Winnings: ₹1.10 Crores | Lifetime Profits: ₹33.93 Lakhs | Titles Won in 2022: #1

Puneet Mishra
Puneet Mishra

 

Final Table Results

  1. Puneet ‘potpoker’ Mishra – ₹8,26,432*
  2. Shailendra ‘TIMBOOR’ Pradhan – ₹7,93,660*
  3. Anirudh ‘flash’ Reddy – ₹6,81,361*
  4. Aayush ‘Eureka226’ Arya – ₹4,07,673
  5. Misanthrope – ₹3,22,623
  6. Ritwik ‘Fisherman1997’ Khanna – ₹2,48,346
  7. anshu86 – ₹1,84,842
  8. Arsh ‘BigggTymeR’ Grover – ₹1,33,812

*denotes a three-way deal

 

IOPC #12 – Friday Prime – ₹22 Lakhs GTD

Buy-in – ₹990

Entries – 1,514

Rebuys – 1,177

Prize Pool – ₹24,21,900

Places Paid – 223

Online reg Armaan ‘space ace’ Kochhar outlasted a vast 2,691-entry field in the second IOPC marquee of the day, the ₹22 Lakhs GTD IOPC #12 – Friday Prime, to collect ₹4.31 Lakhs. Shrey ‘Kingsb30’ Baj placed runner-up for ₹2.42 Lakhs.

While the Friday Prime was Kochhar’s third IOPC win, he also FT-ed Adda52’s The Ballers and Friday Bounty and cashed another seven events for a total take-home worth ₹7.35 Lakhs. Not just that, Kochhar finished third in the IOPC Daily Leaderboard for an additional ₹20,000 in Bonus Money, simultaneously climbing to #2 in the ₹1 Crore-added Series Leaderboard.

His top Friday finishes include:

> 1st in Spartan Poker`s IOPC #12 – Friday Prime for ₹4.25 Lakhs

> 3rd in Adda52`s The Ballers for ₹2.30 Lakhs

> 2nd in Adda52`s Friday Bounty for ₹51,107

Armaan Kochhar`s online stats: Lifetime Winnings: ₹6.69 Crores | Lifetime Profits: ₹1.15 Crore | Titles Won in 2022: #8

Armaan Kochhar
Armaan Kochhar

 

Final Table Results

  1. Armaan ‘space ace’ Kochhar – ₹4,30,577
  2. Shrey ‘Kingsb30’ Baj – ₹2,42,371
  3. Nitin ‘NITINABD’ Rawat – ₹1,68,770
  4. Aditya ‘S1ckB3at’ Chaudhary – ₹1,63,999
  5. bhoothnathji – ₹96,597
  6. Madhab ‘madhabpal2017’ Pal – ₹74,001
  7. Gautam ‘M8a7’ Rohilla – ₹56,345
  8. Sandy315 – ₹29,995

 

IOPC #14 – All-Rounder – Deepstack – ₹11 Lakhs GTD

Buy-in – ₹1,650

Entries – 371

Re-entries – 130

Rebuys – 262

Prize Pool – ₹11,44,500

Places Paid – 71

The current IOPC June 2022 leaderboard topper, Dinesh ‘$Lucky Guy$’ Pilkhwal, continued his breakout run to capture his second title of the series on Friday. Pilkhwal fired two bullets in the ₹11 Lakhs GTD IOPC #14 – All Rounder (Deepstack) before overcoming the 763-player field to claim a personal-best ₹1.98 Lakhs. In the final moments, he struck a heads-up deal with ‘Rahul4444s’ (2nd for ₹1.60 Lakhs).

Dinesh Pilkhwal also cashed IOPC #12 – Friday Prime (28th for ₹11,613), adding over ₹2.10 Lakhs. His consistency saw him topping the IOPC Daily Leaderboard for the second consecutive day – netting an additional ₹30,000 in Bonus Money.

His Spartan Poker stats: Site Winnings: ₹5.30 Lakhs | Site Profits: ₹4.27 Lakhs

Final Table Results

  1. Dinesh ‘$Lucky Guy$’ Pilkhwal – ₹1,98,423*
  2. Rahul4444s – ₹1,59,518*
  3. metakash – ₹99,686
  4. Abhishek ‘abhiom’ Chhajer – ₹78,513
  5. Jason ‘Jasonroyce’ Fernandes – ₹61,689
  6. Sami5 – ₹48,183
  7. Yash ‘Babyshark10’ Chitre – ₹36,281
  8. Maiyad Niraj ‘sheru304c’ Kantilal – ₹25,293

*denotes a heads-up deal

 

IOPC #11 – Deepstack – ₹10 Lakhs GTD

Buy-in – ₹1,100

Entries – 526

Re-entries – 106

Rebuys – 378

Prize Pool – ₹10,10,000

Places Paid – 87

Mohit ‘thejoker’ Mehta was the last player standing in the ₹10 Lakhs GTD IOPC #11 – Deepstack and won his sixth career IOPC title and ₹1.44 Lakhs in prize money. The online reg chopped the title three-way with Sameer ‘_chipsy_’ Agarwal (2nd for ₹1.39 Lakhs) and Siddharth ‘SidSparta21’ Ojha (3rd for ₹1.15 Lakhs).

Tuesday`s Mega Stack winner, Mohit Mehta, cashed another three IOPC marquees yesterday, taking the #2 position on the IOPC Daily Leaderboard – netting ₹25,000 in Bonus Money. He made away with over ₹2.82 Lakhs last night. His top Friday finishes include:

> 4th in PokerBaazi’s THC#18 Superstack for ₹77,700

> 54th in Spartan Poker’s IOPC #13 – Friday Spotlight for ₹27,783

> 32nd in Spartan Poker’s IOPC #12 – Friday Prime for ₹13,453

> 14th in PokerBaazi’s THC#19 (4-Max) Hyper-Turbo for ₹7,320

> 26th in Spartan Poker’s IOPC #14- All-Rounder for ₹6,494

Mohit Mehta`s online stats: Lifetime Winnings: ₹3.46 Crores | Lifetime Profits: ₹1.07 Crores | Titles Won in 2022: #10

Mohit Mehta
Mohit Mehta

 

Final Table Results

  1. Mohit ‘thejoker’ Mehta – ₹144,582*
  2. Sameer ‘_chipsy_’ Agarwal – ₹139,493*
  3. Siddharth ‘SidSparta21’ Ojha – ₹115,885*
  4. Avinash ‘avinkon’ Koneru – ₹66,660
  5. Varun ‘buffalosoldier’ Meena – ₹52,520
  6. ON A MISSION – ₹41,107
  7. RektKing – ₹30,401
  8. Rishab ‘NoChanc3’ Malik – ₹20,907

*denotes a three-way deal

 

IOPC #9 – ₹8.50 Lakhs GTD

Buy-in – ₹1,650

Entries – 268

Re-entries – 80

Rebuys – 208

Prize Pool – ₹8,50,000

Places Paid – 47

Rising Star Aman ‘Karmapoker’ Parakh came out on top in the ₹8.50 Lakhs GTD IOPC #9 to collect ₹1.65 Lakhs after defeating ‘ASWIN21’ (2nd for ₹1.05 Lakhs) in the heads-up play.

Aman Parakh went on a cashing spree last night and pocketed ₹2.94 Lakhs across an impressive nine ITM finishes. His Friday finishes include:

> 1st in Spartan Poker`s IOPC #9 for ₹1.65 Lakhs

> 2nd in PokerBaazi’s THC#17 Deepstack for ₹82,950

> 41st in Spartan Poker’s IOPC #13 – Friday Spotlight for ₹21,999

> 40th in Spartan Poker’s IOPC #12 – Friday Prime for ₹8,876

> 19th in PokerBaazi’s THC#20 KO for ₹5,104

> 30th in PokerBaazi’s (7-Max) SPRINT for ₹3,569

> 148th in PokerBaazi’s THC#18 Superstack for ₹2,550

> 78th in PokerBaazi’s THC#19 (4-Max) Hyper-Turbo for ₹2,220

> 45th in PokerBaazi’s Daily Night SPRINT for ₹1,559

His online stats: Lifetime Winnings: ₹4.46 Crores | Lifetime Profits: ₹1.56 Crores | Titles Won in 2022: #15

The ₹1,650 buy-in event sold 556 entry slips, filling in an overlay shortfall worth ₹1.66 Lakhs.

Aman Parakh
Aman Parakh

 

Final Table Results

  1. Aman ‘Karmapoker’ Parakh – ₹1,65,665
  2. ASWIN21 – ₹1,05,230
  3. WhatIffGawd – ₹78,880
  4. Prabhas ‘Baba_Tufaani’ Sharma – ₹62,671
  5. Rsourabh491 – ₹50,320
  6. JessicaJones – ₹38,420
  7. epiphany7 – ₹28,220
  8. Harshdev ‘Gambit_op’ Jhirmiria – ₹19,576

 

IOPC Blaze Day 1B – ₹1.50 Crores GTD

> Day 1B: Entries – 209 | Re-entries – 48 | Rebuys – 94 | Survivors – 46 | Chip Leader: Shashank ‘gtoexploiter77’ Jain (281,433)

Combined: Entries – 420 | Re-entries – 91 | Rebuys – 202 | Survivors – 95 | Overall Chip Leader: Shashank ‘gtoexploiter77’ Jain (281,433)

 

IOPC D’Lite Day 1C & Day 1D₹30 Lakhs GTD

> Day 1C: Entries – 247 | Re-entries – 29 | Rebuys – 207 | Survivors – 45 | Chip Leader: Shiv ‘cheekychugh’ Chugh (452,876)

> Day 1D: Entries – 263 | Re-entries – 42 | Rebuys – 151 | Survivors – 38 | Chip Leader: ‘flushspecialist’ (257,123)

Combined: Entries – 1,214 | Re-entries – 132 | Rebuys – TBA | Survivors – 193 | Overall Chip Leader: Shiv ‘cheekychugh’ Chugh (452,876)

The former IOPC – The Millionaire champion Anurag ‘CultOfPersonality’ Srivastava (Won IOPC #10 ₹5 Lakhs GTD for ₹98,397), defending IOPC – The Crown champion Amit ‘Kavipri’ Gehani (Won IOPC #8 ₹5 Lakhs GTD for ₹87,398), ‘Babua89’ (Won Night Rider – Monster Stack ₹1.75 Lakhs GTD for ₹41,467), ‘krishver’ (Won The Centurion ₹50K GTD for 11,075), and ‘RT OM’ (Won Striker ₹18K GTD for ₹4,529) won the other IOPC titles on Day 2 of the series.

Anurag Srivastava
Anurag Srivastava

 

It’s still early in the ₹1 Crore IOPC June 2022 Leaderboard race, but Dinesh ‘$Lucky Guy$’ Pilkhwal (3,597 points) has already planted himself firmly at the top of the charts courtesy of nine ITM finishes (including two titles on back-to-back days). Yesterday`s IOPC #12 – Friday Prime winner Armaan ‘space ace’ Kochhar (2,885 points) has climbed to the #2 position, followed by ‘aggshank’ (2,614 points) in #3.

IOPC June 2022 Leaderboard Standings After Day 2

RankPlayerPoints
1Dinesh '$Lucky Guy$' Pilkhwal3,597
2Armaan 'space ace' Kochhar2,885
3aggshank2,614
4Mohit 'thejoker' Mehta2,494
5Anurag 'CultOfPersonality' Srivastava2,089
6Ashish 'X--factor' Pareek1,910
7Bhanu 'MafiaGaming' Prakash KC1,841
8Vinay 'BeepBeepImaJeep' Rajpal1,768
9Shrey 'Kingsb30' Baj1,742
10Neeraj 'NeeruNJ' Sattawat1,738

 

MPL Poker

IPF #10 – ₹30 Lakhs GTD

Buy-in – ₹11,000

Entries – 104

Re-entries – 167

Total Prize Pool – ₹30,00,000

Places Paid – 45

Rajarshi ‘rajarshi’ Biswas topped the charts at MPL Poker as he won the ₹30 Lakhs IPF #10 for a personal-best ₹7.20 Lakhs. Shubham ‘shubhiks’ Kumar (2nd for ₹4.80 Lakhs) and R Venkat ‘rockybhai1’ Sai (3rd for ₹3.09 Lakhs) banked hefty scores for their podium finishes in the Friday marquee.

The ₹11,000 buy-in MTT got struck by the overlay avalanche and filled in an overlay shortfall of ₹2.90 Lakhs (an almost 10% deficit).