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Online Rankings: ENDBOSS Champion Jitendra Gadhwal Tops Weekly/ Monthly Rankings, Anuj Yadav Completes 13 Weeks as Annual Topper

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!

The IPC Megastacks may be over, but most Indian crowds has reached Hanoi in Vietnam and are pulling big scores at the ongoing World Poker Tour (WPT) Vietnam! Only two days back, the IPC Megastacks ₹60K Main Event runner-up Aditya Sushant grabbed his second WPT trophy in Event #15: PLO. A total of nine Indians made it to Day 2 of the WPT Main Event, with Day 1C chip leader Zarvan Tumboli leading the team!

The biggest story back home on the online felts was the BB#8 EndBoss – India’s biggest online poker tournament but before we come to that, let’s look at how the annual POY standings look. Young Gun Anuj Yadav remained an unbeaten topper for the 12th consecutive week, and he sits with ₹2.10 Crores in annual cashes and a corresponding ₹1.15 Crores in annual profits.

The top three on the annual rankings remain the same. The #2 ranked Young Gun Arsh Grover is proving to be quite the steady runner to the top of the POY standings. In just under a month, Grover has added nearly ₹40 Lakhs to his online scorecard, covering significant distance with the reigning annual topper, Anuj Yadav. With ₹1.97 Crores in annual winnings, Grover will also very soon become the second Indian player to earn over ₹2 Crores this year.

Last week, we mentioned how the inaugural NPS Main Event champion Mohammad Azhar has fast climbed up the rankings on the back of a trailblazing week. Currently ranked #4, Azhar is threateningly close with less than ₹2 Lakhs separately the duo, Azhar sits with ₹1.64 Crores in annual cashes. It’ll be interesting to see whether Ahuja amps up his scorecard or Azhar takes over the coming week!

Now, about the EndBoss! Most Sundays are intense for online regs, but this past Sunday, Jitendra Gadhwal, the 26-year-old IT professional based out of Delhi, triumphed in the humungous 4,948-entry field in the ₹5 Crore GTD event to grab the top prize of ₹1 Crore. Surprisingly, we spoke to Gadhwal the next afternoon, and he was busy working. The IT professional who plays poker recreationally chose not to take a break after the long and tiring Sunday grind that has vaulted him straight to the top of the monthly and the weekly leaderboards!

That’s not all, Gadhwal has leaped the annual profit leaderboards, and with a whopping ₹98.61 Lakhs in profits, he is now ranked second to Anuj Yadav in the profit rankings.

The EndBoss runner-up Eshaan Kapoor ranks #2 on the monthly and weekly charts, with Mohammad Azhar rounding out the top three on the monthly leaderboard. The EndBoss third-place finisher Bhushan Sohani rounds out the podium for the week.

 

Weekly Online Rankings (May 22 – 28)

PlayerWeekly CashesWeekly Profit
Jitendra Gadhwal₹10,063,350₹10,013,501
Eshan Kapoor₹60,20,000₹60,18,499
Bhushan Sohani₹33,13,812₹30,31,835

 

Monthly Online Rankings (May 1 – 28)

PlayerWeekly CashesWeekly Profit
Jitendra Gadhwal₹1,01,16,003₹99,72,975
Eshan Kapoor₹60,31,000₹59,85,499
Mohammad Azhar₹40,76,613₹17,82,855

 

Yearly Online Rankings (January 1 – May 28)

PlayerWeekly CashesWeekly Profit
Anuj Yadav₹2,10,16,602₹1,15,25,301
Arsh Grover₹1,97,12,132₹89,88,270
Ashish Ahuja₹1,65,56,560₹70,27,378

 

Weekly Online Rankings

1.Jitendra Gadhwal

Weekly Cashes – ₹1,00,63,350

Weekly Profit – ₹1,00,13,501

Weekly Leaderboard Points – 586

A poker enthusiast who has been playing the game for over the past three to four years, Jitendra Gadhwal will remember this week as one of the most career-defining moments in his poker resume. On Sunday, the 26-year-old Engineering Graduate toppled the 4,948-strong entry field to win the third edition of PokerBaazi’s EndBoss. As the latest “EndBoss,” Gadhwal pocketed a whopping ₹1 Crore! While he stormed into the top of the weekly leaderboard straightaway, Gadhwal also gave his tracked annual winnings a boost and dominated the May leaderboard standings!

Jitendra Gadhwal
Jitendra Gadhwal

 

Top Cashes This Week

– 1st in PokerBaazi’s #BB8 EndBoss for ₹1 Crore on May 22

Jitendra Gadhwal - Total Profit Graph
Jitendra Gadhwal – Total Profit Graph

 

2. Eshan Kapoor

Weekly Cashes – ₹60,20,000

Weekly Profit – ₹60,18,499

Weekly Leaderboard Points – N/A

Eshan Kapoor came whiskers close to taking down the latest EndBoss edition, eventually losing the bragging rights to Gadhwal. Nevertheless, Kapoor banked an equally impressive career-best online score of ₹60.20 Lakhs, taking up the #2 spot on the weekly and the monthly charts.

Eshan Kapoor
Eshan Kapoor

 

Top Cashes This Week

– 2nd in PokerBaazi’s #BB8 EndBoss for ₹60.20 Lakhs on May 22

Eshan Kapoor - Total Profit Graph
Eshan Kapoor – Total Profit Graph

 

3. Bhushan Sohani

Weekly Cashes – ₹33,13,812

Weekly Profit – ₹30,31,835

Weekly Leaderboard Points – 1,029

The EndBoss third-place finisher Bhushan Sohani rounds out the top three players on the weekly leaderboard. Sohani earned ₹31.35 Lakhs in the tourney, adding to over ₹33.13 Lakhs by the weekend approached.

Bhushan Sohani
Bhushan Sohani

 

Top Cashes This Week

– 3rd in PokerBaazi’s #BB8 EndBoss for ₹31.35 Lakhs on May 22

Bhushan Sohani - Total Profit Graph
Bhushan Sohani – Total Profit Graph

 

Gautam Kaul (Weekly Cashes – ₹21.68 Lakhs), PokerGuru Ambassador Nadeem Basha (Weekly Cashes – ₹18.26 Lakhs), and Aayush Arya (Weekly Cashes – ₹17.05 Lakhs) are the other top scorers of the week.

 

Monthly Online Rankings

1. Jitendra Gadhwal

Monthly Cashes – ₹1,01,16,003

Monthly Profit – ₹99,72,975

Monthly Leaderboard Points – 1,538

Jitendra Gadhwal’s victory in India’s biggest online poker tournament – the ₹5 Crore GTD EndBoss has pushed him to the top of the May leaderboard standings, where he stands tall with ₹1.01 Crores in winnings and a staggering ₹99.73 Lakhs in monthly profits.

Top Cashes This Month

– 1st in PokerBaazi’s #BB8 EndBoss for ₹1 Crore on May 22

Jitendra Gadhwal - Total Profit Graph
Jitendra Gadhwal – Total Profit Graph

 

2. Eshan Kapoor

Monthly Cashes – ₹60,31,000

Monthly Profit – ₹59,85,499

Monthly Leaderboard Points – 223

Eshan Kapoor’s trailblazing runner-up finish in PokerBaazi’s EndBoss also makes him the #2 ranked player of the month. Like Gadhwal, Kapoor’s singular score kept him high on the profit front, and he made away with ₹59.85 Lakhs in profits.

Top Cashes This Month

– 2nd in PokerBaazi’s #BB8 EndBoss for ₹60.20 Lakhs on May 22

Eshan Kapoor - Total Profit Graph
Eshan Kapoor – Total Profit Graph

 

3. Mohammad Azhar

Monthly Cashes – ₹40,76,613

Monthly Profit – ₹14,11,463

Monthly Leaderboard Points – 5,795

Rounding out the top three on the May leaderboard is the 24-year-old online phenom Mohammad Azhar. Azhar was in top gear through the month and lapped up a hefty ₹40.77 Lakhs. He was consistent, but he also ran well in flagship tournaments. While his runner-up finish in the IMPS #120 Main Event for ₹11.27 Lakhs was Azhar’s best score of May. He also captured titles like Adda52’s BTH Monster. Azhar has climbed two spots up to take up the #4 position on the annual leaderboard in just a month!

Mohammad Azhar
Mohammad Azhar

 

Top Cashes This Month

– 2nd in PokerBaazi’s IMPS#120 Main Event for ₹11.27 Lakhs on May 15

– 1st in Adda52’s BTH Monster for ₹7.97 Lakhs on May 22

– 2nd in PokerBaazi’s The Summit for ₹5.09 Lakhs on May 12

Mohammad Azhar - Total Profit Graph
Mohammad Azhar – Total Profit Graph

 

Arsh Grover (Monthly Cashes – ₹39.84 Lakhs), the BB#8 EndBoss third-place finisher Bhushan Sohani (Monthly Cashes – ₹39.39 Lakhs), and SCS #79 – High – Main Event winner Tarush Gupta (Monthly Cashes – ₹39.23 Lakhs are the other players who will close out May as the month’s top scorers.

 

Yearly Online Rankings

1. Anuj Yadav

Yearly Cashes – ₹2,10,16,602

Yearly Profit – ₹1,15,25,301

Yearly Leaderboard Points – 27,805

Young Gun Anuj Yadav had a rather slow week this time and racked up nearabout ₹2.83 Lakhs in cashes. Yadav ran the deepest in last Sunday’s Sunday Highroller on PokerStars India, where he placed fourth for ₹1.11 Lakhs. Still, Yadav is comfortably positioned as the #1 ranked player of the year, with ₹2.10 Crores in annual winnings. As he looks at 13 straight weeks at the POY topper, Yadav is still approximately ₹17 Lakhs ahead of his closest competitor, Arsh Grover.

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 – ₹1,97,12,132

Yearly Profit – ₹89,88,270

Yearly Leaderboard Points – 27,607

Young Gun Arsh Grover lapped over ₹5.69 Lakhs over the week, consolidating his position as the #2 ranked player in 2022. Grover managed to put in volume last Sunday despite being in Jhapa, Nepal, for the IPC Megastacks. He captured the BTH FTV Flamingo for ₹1.37 Lakhs, subsequently making it to the final table of The Big Show, where he finished third for ₹1.22 Lakhs.

All in all, Grover made away with ₹39.84 Lakhs in monthly cashes. Grover’s annual winnings stand at ₹1.97 Crore in annual cashes, and we can expect him to cross the ₹2 Crore marker for the same any day now.

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 The Elite (6-Max) for ₹4.92 Lakhs on May 13

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

 

3. Ashish Ahuja

Yearly Cashes – ₹1,65,56,560

Yearly Profit – ₹70,27,378

Yearly Leaderboard Points – 26,985

PokerGuru Ambassador Ashish Ahuja was able to pull in only about ₹1.74 Lakhs over the week but retained his position as the third-ranked player of the year for another week, holding ₹1.66 Crores in annual cashes.

Ashish Ahuja
Ashish Ahuja

 

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 (Weekly Cashes – ₹1.64 Crores), Rising Star Ritwik Khanna (Weekly Cashes – ₹1.52 Crores), and PokerGuru Ambassador Laksh Pal Singh (Weekly Cashes – ₹1.44 Crores) are the other top-ranked players of the year.

 

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This Week in Poker: May 17 – 24

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!

How does it feel to witness the intense poker action on a Sunday that brought on India’s biggest online poker event – the ₹5 Crores GTD EndBoss, and an equally exciting IPC Megastacks? It’s just the start of another action-packed summer for poker enthusiasts!

The week’s biggest story was PokerBaazi’s ₹5 Crores GTD EndBoss crowning a champion in Jitendra Gadhwal! The 26-year-old IT professional from Delhi took down the third edition of India’s biggest online tournament for a life-altering ₹1 Crore. Gadhwal, who leapfrogged in the annual leaderboard, is also the weekly topper and hence our “PokerGuru Star of the Week!

Eshan Kapoor was the second biggest scorer of the week. His runner-up finish in the EndBoss fetched him a career-best ₹60.20 Lakhs. Poker streamer Bhushan Sohani locked in ₹31.40 Lakhs, wrapping up the week with ₹36.65 Lakhs in total winnings.

Delivering a big dollop of live action was the IPC Megastacks at Casino Vegas in Jhapa, Nepal. The series crushed all the past numbers and eventually concluded after Young Gun Siddhanth Kripalani captured the ₹60K Main Event for a personal-best ₹39.72 Lakhs! Kripalani struck a heads-up deal with India’s first WSOP bracelet winner and BPT March 2022 runner-up finisher, Aditya Sushant. Sushant collected a hefty ₹33.50 Lakhs for his another second-place finish.

Gautam Kaul, PokerGuru Ambassador Nadem Basha, Sparsh Gupta, Sandeep Tulsyan also added seven figures in weekly earnings, with Prateek Parakh making it to the top ten list.

With both major live and online series’ wrapping up, the virtual felts have been teeming with news of offers, promotions, and upcoming tournaments.

Online poker sites have started gearing up for the upcoming celebrations. Spartan Poker (and partner sites BLITZPOKER and PokerHigh) have announced the 13th edition of the country’s most prestigious MTT series, the India Online Poker Championship (IOPC) in May end.

MPL Poker’s ₹8 Crores GTD India Poker Festival (IPF) (May 26 – June 5), PokerBaazi’s ₹10 Crores GTD 1100 Texas Hold‘em Championship (THC) (May 31 – June 19), and PokerStars India’s ₹3 Crores GTD Summer Series (June 3 – 13) are enough to keep the MTT players busy.

Cash game players can look forward to PokerBaazi’s ₹5 Crores GTD Cash Royale 2.0 (May 25 – June 23). The brand has also rolled out mega-satellites & deposit offers for the upcoming 1100 THC.

That’s not all! Gamezy Poker’s Gamezy 2.0 Rakeback promotion allows you to accumulate as many points as possible by playing cash games on the app across seven days! Don’t miss the opportunity to redeem as much as ₹50,000 in rakeback every week!

The IPC Megastacks may be over, but WPT’s third live outing in Vietnam and the first-ever WPT Prime Vietnam is busy running tournaments at the Crown Poker Club, Hanoi. Vietnam is a preferred destination for Indian pros. While most of the domestic crowd was busy at the IPC, PokerGuru Ambassador Vishal Bajaj (24th for ₹1.13 Lakhs, Young Gun Gaurav Sood (27th for ₹96,921), and PokerGuru Stakings’ Kartik Ved (44th for ₹70,184) cashed out at the WPT Opener, opening India’s scorecard at the series.

Vietnam’s Tu Phuong Nguyen shipped the WPT Opener for a career-best VND 745,000,000 (~$32,154).

It will blow up at the series, now that many players are heading to Vietnam straight from Jhapa.

 

Online Railbird Report

In one of the most thrilling weeks for online poker this year, PokerBaazi’s EndBoss, India’s biggest online poker tournament featuring a ₹5 Crore guarantee, crowned a champion on Sunday. After Abhishek Maheshwari and Eshan Chugh, the 26-year-old IT professional, Delhi-based Jitendra Gadhwal overcame the 1,254-player field, eventually bagging a career-defining ₹1 Crore. As the latest “EndBoss,” Gadhwal simply outshone the rest of the crowd, becoming the second-biggest winner ever in the country and our “PokerGuru Star of the Week!”

Jitendra Gadhwal
Jitendra Gadhwal

 

Dominating the weekly leaderboard, the EndBoss runner-up finisher Eshan Kapoor pocketed a hefty payday of ₹60.20 Lakhs.

Eshan Kapoor
Eshan Kapoor

 

Nothing could have better for poker streamer Bhushan Sohani, as he placed third in the mega finale of EndBoss, for a lifetime best ₹31.40 Lakhs, cumulatively earning ₹34.22 Lakhs this week.

Bhushan Sohani
Bhushan Sohani

 

On Sunday, Gautam Kaul made it to the EndBoss final table and eventually placed fourth for an all-time best score of ₹21.56 Lakhs.

Gautam Kaul
Gautam Kaul

 

PokerGuru Ambassador Nadeem Basha may have kept a low profile over the past few months, but he made up for it this week. Basha placed fifth in the EndBoss for a mouthwatering ₹16.80 Lakhs. He also championed Spartan Poker’s Money Heist, lapping up almost ₹18.66 Lakhs in weekly earnings.

Nadeem Basha
Nadeem Basha

 

His top finishes include:

> 5th in PokerBaazi’s #BB8 ENDBOSS for ₹16.80 Lakhs

> 1st in Spartan Poker’s Money Heist for ₹76,198

Sparsh Gupta, Sandeep Tulsyan, Young Gun Ujjwal Narwal and Prateek Parakh were the other top of this week.

 

Notable Winners of the Week

PlayerPrize AmountEventPoker Site
Jitendra Gadhwal
₹1 Crore#BB8 Endboss ₹5 Crores GTDPokerBaazi
Ujjwal Narwal
₹8.86 LakhsBTH Mojito ₹50 Lakhs GTD Finale
Adda52
Mohammad Azhar
₹7.97 LakhsBTH Monster ₹30 Lakhs GTD
Adda52
Ritwik Khanna₹7.19 LakhsBSS SuperStack ₹20 Lakhs GTD
PokerBaazi
Dhinesh Kumar₹6.20 LakhsGodfather ₹25 Lakhs GTD
Adda52
Rishab Malik₹5.24 LakhsSunday SuperStack - ₹25 Lakhs GTD
Spartan Poker
Ashwin Vijay₹4.84 LakhsThe Elite (6-Max) ₹18 Lakhs GTDSpartan Poker
Rajat Sharma
₹4.30 LakhsThe Weekly HighRoller ₹12 Lakhs GTD
PokerBaazi
Kunal Yadav
₹4.21 LakhsBTH Whale ₹20 Lakhs GTD
Adda52
Kanav Parwal₹3.90 LakhsMaverick ₹15 Lakhs GTDAdda52
Akhilesh Chauhan₹3.88 LakhsThe Summit ₹15 Lakhs GTD
PokerBaazi
Ujjwal Narwal
₹3.23 LakhsTrending Thursday ₹13 Lakhs GTD
Spartan Poker
“GudThimma”
₹2.97 LakhsSunday Special (On-time Rake Refund) ₹15 Lakhs GTD
PokerStars India
Piyush Jain₹2.92 LakhsDestiny ₹15 Lakhs GTDSpartan Poker
Siddharth Pandey₹2.72 LakhsThe Pride ₹10 Lakhs GTDPokerBaazi
Gautam Rohilla
₹2.71 LakhsThe Big Show ₹10 Lakhs GTD
PokerBaazi
Ujjwal Narwal
₹2.70 LakhsSuper Highroller (On-time Rake Refund) ₹10 Lakhs GTD
PokerStars India
Vaibhav Temani
₹2.63 LakhsThe Endeavour ₹12 Lakhs GTD
PokerBaazi
Arun Sriram₹2.63 LakhsMega Stack (IOPC Bubble) - ₹12.50 Lakhs GTD
Spartan Poker
Laksh Pal Singh
₹2.44 LakhsSunday Highroller (On-time Rake Refund) ₹10 Lakhs GTD
PokerStars India
Arjanveer Singh Chadha
₹2.43 LakhsBTH Head Shot ₹12.50 Lakhs GTD
Adda52
Lavesh Meena
₹2.40 LakhsBounty Builder HR (On-time Rake Refund) - ₹10 Lakhs GTDPokerStars India
Ujjwal Narwal₹2.19 LakhsHighroller (On-time Rake Refund) ₹10 Lakhs GTD
PokerStars India
Tarush Gupta
₹2.17 Lakhs(7-Max) BSS SPRINT ₹5 Lakhs GTD
PokerBaazi
Kanav Parwal
₹2.10 LakhsBTH Sunday Madness ₹15 Lakhs GTD
Adda52
Mohit Mehta
₹1.80 LakhsBTH Straight Up ₹10 Lakhs GTD
Adda52
Sanish Chhabra₹1.49 Lakhs(7-Max) Daily SPRINT ₹5 Lakhs GTD
PokerBaazi
“SICKafterCLICK”₹1.48 Lakhs(7-Max) SPRINT ₹5 Lakhs GTD
PokerBaazi
Rishi Bhardwaj
₹1.44 LakhsReCharge (IOPC Bubble) - ₹6.50 Lakhs GTD
Spartan Poker
Tarush Gupta
₹1.43 Lakhs(7-Max) SPRINT ₹5 Lakhs GTD
PokerBaazi
Anmolraj Singh Chawla₹1.37 LakhsMonster Turbo ₹5 Lakhs GTD
Adda52
Arsh Grover₹1.37 LakhsBTH FTV Flamingo ₹5 Lakhs GTDAdda52
Deepak Singh
₹1.31 LakhsSunday Sundowner - ₹5 Lakhs GTD
Spartan Poker
Hemant Meena₹1.25 Lakhs(7-Max) SPRINT ₹5 Lakhs GTDPokerBaazi
Anmol Mehta
₹1.18 LakhsDaily SPRINT (7-Max) ₹5 Lakhs GTDPokerBaazi
“Sagittarius”
₹1.16 Lakhs(7-Max) SPRINT ₹5 Lakhs GTD
PokerBaazi
Karan Radia₹1.10 LakhsLa Luna ₹4 Lakhs GTDAdda52
Siddharth Pandey₹1.05 LakhsNight on Stars ₹5 Lakhs GTDPokerStars India
Puneet Sachan₹1.05 Lakhs(7-Max) Daily SPRINT ₹5 Lakhs GTDPokerBaazi
Navneet Raj
₹1 LakhSPRINT (7 Max) 5 Lakhs GTD
PokerBaazi
Mohammad Azhar₹97KBTH PLO ₹5 Lakhs GTD
Adda52
“BinjaNitches”₹92KFuturistic ₹6 Lakhs GTDSpartan Poker
Nadeem 'blindgame' Basha ₹76KMoney Heist - ₹5 Lakhs GTD
Spartan Poker
Vivek Karwa
₹67KThe Race (IOPC FT) - ₹3 Lakhs GTD
Spartan Poker
Aquib Ansari
₹51KHoldem BOOST ₹3 Lakhs GTD
PokerBaazi

 

PokerBaazi returns with its most popular cash game promotion, Cash Royale 2.0

Starting May 25 to June 23, PokerBaazi’s Cash Royale 2.0 promises value on the cash game tables of NLHE and PLO-4, PLO-5, and PLO-6 variants, offering as much as ₹16.67+ Lakhs in daily prizes – adding up to ₹5 Crores in added value.

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PokerGuru Users Can Avail To 25% Cashback! Deposit on MPL Poker and Win Free Tickets to the ₹4 Crores GTD India Poker Festival MTT Series!

MPL Poker now has 26 Deposit Offers to choose from, where players can encash free tickets to the upcoming IPF marquees by making minimal deposits of ₹10,000 to ₹1.50 Lakhs.

The deal gets even juicy with PokerGuru Special Cash Code! Deposit ₹2,500, ₹7,500, or ₹15,000, and avail of the PokerGuru-exclusive offer of up to 25% cashback on your deposit.

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Gamezy’s All-New Rakeback 2.0 Promotion Allow Players to Redeem Up to ₹50,000 Every Week

Play in cash games on Gamezy’s app across seven days and accumulate as many points as possible! Get rewarded by putting more volume and redeeming as much as ₹50,000 in Rakeback every week!

Gamezy’s All-New Rakeback 2.0 Promotion

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IPC Megastacks

The guarantee-crushing IPC Megastacks is now in the rear-view mirror, and stealing the thunder towards the end was Young Gun Siddhanth Kripalani. Kripalani started as Day 2 chip leader and ended wearing the crown! The former Game Changer 3.0 champion, Young Gun Siddhanth Kripalani, took down the IPC Megatsacks – Main Event live title for a personal best score of ₹39.72 Lakhs. Including the online cashes, Kripalni overall earned ₹40.52 Lakhs over the week.

Siddhanth Kripalani
Siddhanth Kripalani

 

Kripalani chopped the title heads-up with the 2022 BPT Main Event runner-up, Aditya Sushant. Once a beast, always a beast! It’s not even two full months since Sushant posted the runner-up finish in the BPT Main Event title that he picked a whopping ₹33.50 Lakhs, courtesy of a heads-up deal.

Aditya Sushant
Aditya Sushant

 

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PokerGuru Ambassadors fared well at the live stop, and Vivek Singh grabbed his career-second live score, who captured the Mystery Bounty for ₹3.14 Lakhs after defeating Yuvraj Singh heads-up. Yuvraj Singh pocketed ₹1.94 Lakhs for his runner-up finish.

Vivek Singh
Vivek Singh

 

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Alok Birewar walked away with a personal-best ₹40.71 Lakhs after besting the 163-player field in the two-day ₹100K High Roller. Birewar chopped the title heads-up with Young Gun Arsh Grover, with the latter banking a payday of ₹31 Lakhs.

Alok Birewar
Alok Birewar

 

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Mahesh Shyamsundar claimed the series-opener ₹25K Kick-Off for his first live title and ₹8.15 Lakhs.

Mahesh Shyamsundar
Mahesh Shyamsundar

 

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WPT Prime Vietnam Updates

The first-ever WPT Prime Vietnam opened at the Crown Poker Club in Hanoi, Vietnam, on May 19 and has crowned 11 winners till now. The WPT Opener was among the early attractions, which drew a guarantee-smashing 596 entries across three starting flights. Vietnam’s Tu Phuong Nguyen championed the tourney for a career-best live score of VND 745,000,000 (~$32,154).

Tu Phuong Nguyen
Tu Phuong Nguyen

 

Team India opened its scorecard at the series with PokerGuru Ambassador Vishal Bajaj (24th for VND 34,000,000 – ₹1.13 Lakhs), Young Gun Gaurav Sood (27th for VND 29,000,000 – ₹96,921), and PokerGuru Staking’s Kartik Ved (44th for VND 21,000,000 – ₹70,184) posting cashes in the WPT Opener.

Vishal Bajaj
Vishal Bajaj

 

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With this, we conclude this week’s roundup of the latest news updates and developments from poker. We will return next week with our weekly report. Stay tuned.

Jitendra Gadhwal Clinches India’s Second-Biggest Online Score, Wins ₹5 Crores GTD #BB8 ENDBOSS on PokerBaazi For ₹1 Crore!

The Indian poker community witnessed one of its landmark Sundays yesterday – both live and online. The first-ever IPC Megastacks witnessed electrifying action in Jhapa with Day 2 of the ₹60K Main Event and the 15K Mystery Bounty running in tandem. However, it was PokerBaazi’s ₹5 Crores GTD #BB8 ENDBOSS that set the virtual felts on fire last night.

Like the last two ENDBOSS editions, a relatively lesser-known player, 26-year-old Jitendra Gadhwal from New Delhi, championed the third edition of India’s biggest online poker tournament for a life-changing ₹1 Crore payday! A poker enthusiast who works in the IT sector and plays poker when he can fit in the time, Gadhwal triumphed over a competitive 4,948-entry field – emerging as the second-biggest winner in an online poker tournament in the country. The record for the biggest single score still belongs to Abhishek Maheshwari, the first ENDBOSS champion who banked ₹1,00,15,911.

However, Gadhwal also cashed Adda52’s BTH Ice Cube, rounding up a collective ₹1,00,16,168 in Sunday winnings, edging past Maheshwari as the biggest single-day winner in the country to date. The ENDBOSS victory has boosted Gadhwal’s online scorecard to ₹1.60 Crores, and needless to say, the singular score has pushed him past the ₹1 Crore mark in annual winnings.

Eshan Kapoor (2nd for ₹60.20 Lakhs), poker streamer Bhushan Sohani (3rd for ₹31.40 Lakhs), and Gautam Kaul (4th for 21.50 Lakhs) were others who added breakout scores in ENDBOSS.

The ENDBOSS fifth-place finisher, PokerGuru Ambassador Nadeem Basha, may have lost his chances to become the “ENDBOSS,” still, he placed four better in Spartan Poker’s Money Heist, winning the title for ₹76,198 (four-way deal). He lapped up ₹18.60 Lakhs in Sunday winnings.

Young Gun Ujjwal Narwal clinched his fourth title in under a week, shipping Adda52’s BTH Mojito Finale for ₹8.86 Lakhs. He also min-cashed ENDBOSS, making away with ₹9.11 Lakhs in Sunday winnings.

The #4 ranked player of the year and last week’s leaderboard topper, Mohammad Azhar, championed Adda52`s BTH Monster for ₹7.98 Lakhs. He cashed another three events, collectively adding ₹8.77 Lakhs!

Rising Star Ritwik Khanna stormed his way into victory in PokerBaazi’s BSS SuperStack, winning the event for the second time for 7.19 Lakhs. He cumulatively added 8.32 Lakhs last night, climbing to #5 in the annual rankings.

Another player scoring multiple titles in under a week was last Wednesday’s Maverick winner Kanav Parwal, who took down BTH Sunday Madness for ₹2.10 Lakhs. He chopped the title three-way with Samay Singh Modi (2nd for ₹2.02 Lakhs) and Siddhanth Kapoor (3rd for ₹2.01 Lakhs). Parwal also placed third in PokerBaazi’s BSS SuperStack, lapping up ₹5.90 Lakhs in Sunday winnings.

The former The Millionaire champion Rishab Malik took down Spartan Poker’s Sunday Superstack for 5.24 Lakhs following a three-way deal with Punya Behera (2nd for 5.04 Lakhs) and Rubin Labroo (3rd for 4.89 Lakhs). He made away with 5.79 Lakhs altogether.

PokerGuru Ambassador Laksh Pal Singh won his second PokerStars India’s Sunday Highroller for ₹2.44 Lakhs, picking his 10th High Roller title on the site last night.

PokerGuru Ambassador Tarush Gupta, the #2 ranked player of the year, Young Gun Arsh Grover, Deepak Singh, Mohak Kapoor, Akhilesh Gautam, Sankalp Marwah, and Karan Thakker won the other Sunday marquees.

Here are the Sunday highlights!

 

PokerBaazi

PokerBaazi’s 22 Crores GTD Baazi Billion Edition wrapped up on Sunday, with the country’s biggest online MTT, the 5 Crore GTD ENDBOSS finding its third champion!

#BB8 EndBoss – 5 Crore GTD

Buy-in – 11,000

Total Entries – 3,676

Total Re-entries –1,252

Prize Pool – 5,00,00,000

Places Paid – 634

The third installment of PokerBaazi’s 5 Crore GTD #BB8 EndBoss, India’s biggest online poker tournament, is now in the books!

The 11,000 buy-in event locked in a 4,948-entry field (Day 1A – 860, Day 1B – 840, Day 1C – 828, Day 1D – 1153, and Day 1E Turbo – 1247) across five starting flights, overlaying 7.20 Lakhs (not counting the tournament fees). Six-hundred-and-third-four qualifiers returned for the Day 2 finale on Sunday, all of them assured a min-cash of 20,000.

After seven hours and forty-seven minutes of nail-biting action, the former PPL 6-Max MegaStack winner Jitendra ‘Jeet0’ Gadhwal emerged victorious, netting a life-altering 1 Crore. Eshan ‘eshankapoor’ Kapoor (2nd for 60.20 Lakhs) and poker streamer Bhushan ‘bhushansohani’ Sohani (3rd for 31.40 Lakhs) also bagged career-best payouts, for their podium finishes.

Eshan Kapoor
Eshan Kapoor

 

The first-ever ENDBOSS winner, Abhishek Maheshwari, was the first player in Indian online poker history to claim an eight-figure payday, 1,00,15,911, making Jitendra Gadhwal the second-biggest winner ever in the country. Gadhwal posted an FT score in Adda52’s 2.50 Lakhs GTD BTH Ice Cube (5th for 16,168) for 1,00,16,168 in Sunday winnings, penning his name as the biggest single-day winner in the country to date.

Abhishek Maheshwari
Abhishek Maheshwari

 

Talking about his victory run, Gadhwal admitted, “I still can’t believe it. It will definitely take time to sink in. I’ve been playing for three-four years, mostly on PokerBaazi and mostly tournaments, but never expected a hobby would turn out to be so rewarding.”

Gadhwal who is a BTech in Engineering has been playing poker since 2017. He bagged from Day 1 of the EndBoss. Talking about the heads-up match against Eshan Kapoor, he recalled – “HU was pretty straight forward. I tried to not focus on the amount we were playing for and just play my cards. My opponent was seemingly a bit tight and I wanted to play face up too…the final hand was my top pair of 8 vs his second pair of 4 on 842 board. He raised on the flop I check-jammed, he called and was behind, my pair of 8 held up!”

Sitting with less than six figures in annual winnings on Saturday, Gadhwal`s Sunday jackpot made him the 32nd player on our tracked database to cross 1 Crore in recorded MTT scores in 2022. His online poker stats (PokerBaazi & Adda52): Lifetime Winnings: 1.60 Crores | Lifetime Profits: 1.17 Crores | Annual Winnings: 1.01 Crores | Titles Won in 2022: #2

PokerGuru Ambassador Nadeem ‘SpadeHunter’ Basha FT-ed ENDBOSS 2022 and posted another four ITM finishes (including a title win), taking home a collective 18.26 Lakhs. His Sunday finishes include:

Nadeem Basha
Nadeem Basha

 

> 5th in PokerBaazi’s #BB8 Endboss for 16.80 Lakhs

> 1st in Spartan Poker’s Money Heist for 76,198 (four-way deal)

> 11th in Adda52’s BTH Mojito for 49,445

> 67th in PokerBaazi’s BSS SuperStack for 11,745

> 71st in Adda52’s BTH Sunday Madness for 7,130

Nadeem Basha’s online poker stats: Lifetime Winnings: 4.32 Crores | Lifetime Profits: 1.02 Crores | Annual Winnings: 32.77 Lakhs | Titles Won in 2022: #4

Others who FT-ed ENDBOSS 2022 include Gautam ‘rabbithunter’ Kaul (4th for 21.50 Lakhs), Sparsh ‘sparsh1231’ Gupta (6th for 14 Lakhs), Sandeep ‘magicman’ Tulsyan (7th for 11.40 Lakhs), and Prateek ‘Parakhprateek’ Parakh (8th for 8.95 Lakhs).

Aniket ‘Anteman’ Waghmare (13th for 3.40 Lakhs), Rehmat ‘seinfeld’ Singh Walia (14th for 3.40 Lakhs), Ankit ‘akj290’ Jajodia (15th for 2.30 Lakhs), Vinay ‘minipoker’ S (17th for 2.30 Lakhs), Shagun ‘Sogani22’ Jain (19th for 1.55 Lakhs), Vinay ‘Vinstill’ B (20th for 1.55 Lakhs), Sanish ‘Sanish21’ Chhabra (21st for 1.55 Lakhs), Parth ‘parthkj’ Jain (22nd for 1.55 Lakhs), and Deepak ‘smurf’ Raina (23rd for 1.55 Lakhs) were some notables who cashed six-figure paydays in the 5 Crores GTD ENDBOSS 2022.

Jitendra Gadhwal
Jitendra Gadhwal

 

Final Table Results

  1. Jitendra ‘Jeet0’ Gadhwal – 1,00,00,000
  2. Eshan ‘eshankapoor’ Kapoor – 60,20,000
  3. Bhushan ‘bhushansohani’ Sohani – 31,40,000
  4. Gautam ‘rabbithunter’ Kaul – 21,50,000
  5. Nadeem ‘SpadeHunter’ Basha – 16,80,000
  6. Sparsh ‘sparsh1231’ Gupta – 14,00,000
  7. Sandeep ‘magicman’ Tulsyan – 11,40,000
  8. Prateek ‘Parakhprateek’ Parakh – 8,95,000

 

BSS SuperStack – 20 Lakhs GTD

Buy-in – 5,500

Entries – 372

Re-Entries – 438

Prize Pool – 40,50,000

Places Paid – 99

Rising Star Ritwik ‘Ritwikkhanna’ Khanna has been creating havoc in online MTTs off-late, and the former Moz Roller champion posted another smashing Sunday run. The 24-year-old MTT pro outran a reg-infested 810-entry field in PokerBaazi’s 20 Lakhs GTD BSS SuperStack, winning the Sunday flagship for the second time for 7.19 Lakhs. Yash ‘Riraizer’ Chitre settled for a runner-up payday worth 5.04 Lakhs.

Ritwik Khanna crossed the money line in three more events, making away with over 8.32 Lakhs in Sunday winnings. His winning spree saw him jump one spot to #5 in the annual leaderboard standings. His online stats: Lifetime Winnings: 5.60 Crores | Lifetime Profits: 1.73 Crores | Annual Winnings: 1.47 Crores | Titles Won in 2022: #7 | Moves to #5 in the 2022 Annual Winnings Leaderboard

The 2020 India Poker Champion Rubin ‘kornkid’ Labroo, who had won two flagship titles last Tuesday, crossed the money line in three Sunday marquees (including two FT scores), pocketing 6.75 Lakhs (overall). His Sunday finishes include:

Rubin Labroo
Rubin Labroo

 

> 3rd in Spartan Poker’s Sunday Superstack for 4.89 Lakhs

> 6th in PokerBaazi’s BSS SuperStack for 1.46 Lakhs

> 159th in PokerBaazi’s #BB8 ENDBOSS for 40,000

Rubin Labroo’s online stats: Lifetime Winnings: 8.40 Crores | Lifetime Profits: 2.66 Crores | Annual Winnings: 1.08 Crores

With the ENDBOSS bringing in most of the circuit regs, some of that rush flowed in to play the 5,500 buy-in BSS SuperStack that recorded a prize pool collection of 40.50 Lakhs (over 2X its listed guarantee).

Ritwik Khanna
Ritwik Khanna

 

Final Table Results

  1. Ritwik ‘Ritwikkhanna’ Khanna – 7,19,280
  2. Yash ‘Riraizer’ Chitre – 5,04,225
  3. Kanav ‘sokopa’ Parwal – 3,25,620
  4. Gaurav ‘kira1545’ Kaul – 2,40,975
  5. Odinson – 1,80,225
  6. Rubin ‘kornkid’ Labroo – 1,45,800
  7. Mmkay711 – 1,20,690
  8. Ankit ‘Psycorp’ Bajaj – 95,985

 

BSS SPRINT 7-Max – 5 Lakhs GTD

Buy-in – 2,200

Entries – 285

Re-Entries – 290

Prize Pool – 11,50,000

Places Paid – 72

The excitement surrounding the ENDBOSS 2022 ensured a guarantee-crushing Sunday across PokerBaazi. Even the site`s 5 Lakhs GTD BSS SPRINT 7-Max logged in 575 entries, collecting a 11.50 Lakhs prize pool (2.3X times its listed guarantee).

The SCS High–Main Event champion PokerGuru Ambassador Tarush ‘Busterr’ Gupta was the last player standing and won the title for 2.17 Lakhs (his third this month).

Gupta ITM-ed two more events, making away with a collective 2.60 Lakhs in Sunday winnings. His online stats: Lifetime Winnings: 1.61 Crores | Lifetime Profits: 49.80 Lakhs | Annual Winnings: 69.89 Lakhs |Titles Won in 2022: #11

Tarush Gupta
Tarush Gupta

 

Final Table Results

  1. Tarush ‘Busterr’ Gupta – 2,17,350
  2. neerajgothwal – 1,52,375
  3. tanmaylodha – 97,980
  4. Avinash ‘spacecadet’ Tauro – 72,565
  5. Harsh ‘100crdream’ Dembla – 54,395
  6. Abhimanyu ‘AbhimanyuMittal’ Mittal – 43,585
  7. Sumanth ‘sp175’ Kumar – 36,340

 

BSS MonsterStack 6-Max – 5 Lakhs GTD

Buy-in – 2,750

Entries – 165

Re-Entries – 143

Prize Pool – 7,70,000

Places Paid – 36

The latest IMPS MINI HIGHROLLER winner ‘bungakat’ (anonymity requested) topped a guarantee-crushing field in 5 Lakhs GTD BSS MonsterStack 6-Max to collect 1.70 Lakhs for their eighth title victory on the site. Last night`s Sunday Sundowner third-place finisher Siddharth ‘GangnamGangi’ Gangwar pocketed 1.19 Lakhs in second place.

‘bungakat’s PokerBaazi stats: Site Winnings: 32.95 Lakhs | Site Profits: 7.34 Lakhs

Siddharth Gangwar
Siddharth Gangwar

 

Final Table Results

  1. bungakat – 1,70,093
  2. Siddharth ‘GangnamGangi’ Gangwar – 1,19,350
  3. Shagun ‘Sogani22’ Jain – 76,769
  4. ghatak007 – 56,826
  5. Guruprasad ‘fish_calling’ Gupta – 42,658
  6. checkcheckboom – 34,111

 

‘cocothelabrador’ (Won BSS 2 Lakhs GTD for 67,370), Mohak ‘Tiltin’ Kapoor (Won BSS Night SPRINT 1.50 Lakhs GTD for 58,990), Akhilesh ‘Aone1’ Gautam (Won BSS Kickoff 1 Lakh GTD for 47,405), Sankalp ‘Wobbegong’ Marwah (Won BSS Afternoon SPRINT 1 Lakh GTD for 36,629), and ‘rikkkki786’ (Won SPRINT 1 AM 1 Lakh GTD for 35,350) won the other PokerBaazi marquees.

 

Spartan Poker

Sunday Superstack – 25 Lakhs GTD

Buy-in – 11,000

Entries – 175

Re-entries – 62

Rebuys – 97

Prize Pool – 33,40,000

Places Paid – 31

Spartan Poker’s 25 Lakhs GTD Sunday Superstack headlined the site`s Sunday schedule. The 11,000 buy-in primetime flagship clocked in 334 entries, collecting a guarantee-crushing 33.40 Lakhs prize pool.

The event ran from 8 PM to 4:25 AM, with Rishab ‘NoChanc3’ Malik eventually walking away with the title and 5.24 Lakhs in first-place prize money. He struck a three–way deal with Punya ‘madhumangal’ Behera (2nd for 5.04 Lakhs), and the 2020 India Champion, Rubin ‘OMG_s1mple’ Labroo (3rd for 4.89 Lakhs).

Yesterday, the former The Millionaire champion, Rishab Malik, cashed another two events, padding his online bankroll by 5.79 Lakhs. His Sunday finishes include:

> 1st in Spartan Poker’s Sunday Superstack for ₹5.24 Lakhs

> 18th in Adda52’s BTH Monster for ₹30,305

> 348th in PokerBaazi’s #BB8 ENDBOSS for ₹25,000

Rishab Malik’s online stats: Lifetime Winnings: 4.34 Crores | Lifetime Profits: 1.51 Crores | Titles Won in 2022: #10

Rishab Malik
Rishab Malik

 

Final Table Results

  1. Rishab ‘NoChanc3’ Malik – 5,23,712*
  2. Punya ‘madhumangal’ Behera – 5,04,192*
  3. Rubin ‘OMG_s1mple’ Labroo – 4,89,458*
  4. Vaibhav ‘Nikka Zaildar’ Sharma – 2,71,876
  5. Kapil ‘FengFu’ Arora – 2,15,096
  6. Sanket ‘GentleMonster’ Arora – 1,63,326
  7. tiavda – 1,19,238
  8. Tanmay ‘PlusEv’ Benara – 87,174

*denotes a three-way deal

 

Money Heist – 5 Lakhs GTD

Buy-in – 1,200

Entries – 261

Re-entries – 93

Rebuys – 151

Prize Pool – 5,55,500

Places Paid – 47

PokerGuru Ambassador Nadeem ‘blindgame’ Basha had a terrific Sunday run. While his fifth-place finish in the #BB8 ENDBOSS for 16.80 Lakhs was undoubtedly his best finish, the former The Millionaire – Legends third-place finisher took down the 5 Lakhs GTD Money Heist for another 76,198. A four-way deal saw ‘XTENSO’ (2nd for 75,276), ‘D@K$H’ (3rd for 59,778), and ‘Ronywalker’ (4th for 59,054) sharing the top prize.

Last night, Nadeem Basha raked in almost 18.26 Lakhs across five ITM finishes.

> 5th in PokerBaazi’s #BBE ENBOSS for 16.80 Lakhs

> 1st in Spartan Poker’s Money Heist for 76,198

> 11th in Adda52’s BTH Mojito Finale for 49,455

> 71st in Adda52’ BTH Sunday Madness for 7,130

> 49th in PokerStars India’s Sunday Special (On-time Rake Refund) for 1,250

Basha’s online stats: Lifetime Winnings: 4.32 Crores | Lifetime Profits: 1.01 Crores | Titles Won in 2022: #3

Nadeem Basha
Nadeem Basha

 

Final Table Results

  1. Nadeem ‘blindgame’ Basha – 76,198*
  2. XTENSO – 75,276*
  3. D@K$H – 59,778*
  4. Ronywalker – 59,054*
  5. IPoopNuts – 32,885
  6. OfcourseOfcourse – 25,109
  7. Sanish ‘Sanish21’ Chhabra – 18,443
  8. habzera – 13,554

*denotes a four-way deal

 

Sunday Sundowner – 5 Lakhs GTD

Buy-in – 3,300

Entries – 108

Re-entries – 16

Rebuys – 50

Prize Pool – 5,22,000

Places Paid – 17

The FTS #13 – Supreme champion Deepak ‘Optimist’ Singh added another feather to his crown by shipping the 5 Lakhs GTD Sunday Sundowner for 1.31 Lakhs. Last Friday’s The Elite champion, Ashwin ‘A116’ Vijay, came second for 88,740.

Ashwin Vijay did even better in BTH Ice Cube, winning the title outright for ₹73,969. He made another four ITM finishes, rounding up ₹1.95 Lakhs in Sunday winnings.

His top Sunday finishes include:

> 2nd in Spartan Poker’s Sunday Sundowner for ₹1.31 Lakhs

>1st in Adda52’s BTH Ice Cube ₹73,969

Ashwin Vijay’s online stats: Lifetime Winnings: ₹1.77 Crores | Lifetime Profits: ₹32.93 Lakhs | Titles Won in 2022: #6

Deepak Singh
Deepak Singh

 

Final Table Results

  1. Deepak ‘Optimist’ Singh – 1,31,335
  2. Ashwin ‘A116’ Vijay – 88,740
  3. Siddharth ‘cooking_nuts’ Gangwar – 57,681
  4. Pokerispain – 47,763
  5. Ajay ‘TimeTraveler’ Dasila – 38,524
  6. DevanG ‘THENERDGUY’ Yadav – 30,380
  7. Yash ‘Babyshark10’ Chitre – 23,229
  8. Anmol ‘Anzzzzz’ Mehta – 17,487

 

‘Dracarys00’ (Won Sunday Monster Stack 2.25 Lakhs GTD for 66,686), ‘geniusace’ (Won Night Rider – Monster Stack 1.75 Lakhs GTD for 37,237), ‘salil_89’ (Won Chip Up 1 Lakh GTD for 20,050), ‘devildash10’ (Won Epic 60K GTD – Boost for 17,490), ‘Sanzoo’ (Won Centurion 50K GTD for 10,575), won the other Sunday marquees on Spartan Poker.

 

PokerStars India

Sunday Highroller (On-time Rake Refund) – ₹10 Lakhs GTD

Buy-in – ₹11,000

Entries – 57

Re-entries – 49

Prize Pool – ₹10,60,000

Places Paid – 13

Reigning in a Sunday title for PokerGuru Staking, PokerGuru Ambassador Laksh Pal ‘B00MTilt23’ Singh bested the 106-strong entry field in PokerStars India’s Sunday Highroller for ₹2.44 Lakhs. Last night was his second time winning the Sunday Highroller and his 10th High Roller title victory on PokerStars India. The user ‘TartareDip’ placed runner-up for ₹1.88 Lakhs.

A former IOPC – The Crown champion, Laksh Pal Singh, posted another two ITM finishes, rounding up ₹2.95 Lakhs in Sunday winnings.

His Sunday finishes include:

> 1st in PokerStars India’s Sunday Highroller for ₹2.44 Lakhs

> 169th in PokerBaazi’s #BB8 ENDBOSS for ₹35,000

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