Spartan Poker, PokerBaazi, and PokerStars had an extremely competitive field yesterday. The highest value event that took place on Friday was the Elite event hosted by Spartan Poker. Pro players Srihari Bang and Kunal Patni struck a deal in PokerBaazi’s Weekly Highroller. These are just the headliners, keep reading to know more.
Futuristic – ₹9.50 Lakh GTD
This futuristic tournament on Spartan Poker was shipped by IOPC veteran Arjanveer Singh Chadha aka ‘bazzingaa.’ Chadha cashed ₹1,96,388 in prize money. This event had 928 entries in total and the top 119 players finished in the money. The players received a minimum of ₹2,345.
- Total entries: 928
- Prize pool: ₹10,42,400
- Buy-In: ₹880
- Places paid: 119
- Min-Cash: ₹2,345
The Elite – ₹30 Lakh GTD
This ₹30 Lakh guarantee tournament was shipped by anonymous player ‘Beautiful Mistakes.’ This player received a pay cheque of ₹6,75,396. This elite event had 355 entries in total and the top 31 players were paid a minimum of ₹31,240. The advertised guarantee of this ₹30 Lakh buy-in event was crushed and the final prize pool stood at ₹
- Total entries: 355
- Prize pool: ₹35,50,000
- Buy-In: ₹11,000
- Places paid: 31
- Min-Cash: ₹31,240
The Weekly Highroller – ₹12 Lakh GTD
The Weekly highroller on PokerBaazi was a staple tournament. This event was a deal between two pro players from the Indian poker circuit. The tournament was a deal between Srihari Bang and Adda52 Game Ambassador Kunal Patni. Bang cashed ₹3,08,000 while Patni took home ₹3,07,000 in prize money.
This tournament had 170 entries in total and the top 21 players received a minimum of ₹18,870. The advertised guarantee of this tournament that crushed and the final prize pool stood at ₹17 Lakh.
- Total entries: 170
- Prize pool: ₹17,00,000
- Buy-In: ₹11,000
- Places paid: 21
- Min-Cash: ₹18,870
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Uppercut – ₹10 Lakh GTD
The Uppercut tournament on PokerStars was a ₹4,400 buy-in event. This tournament was a deal between Rakesh Sharma aka ‘noviceanari’ and an anonymous player who goes by the moniker ‘ShaktiMaan.’ Sharma cashed ₹1,10,947 while ₹1,10,947 in prize money.
The top 19 players in this tournament received a minimum of ₹9,222 in prize money.
- Total entries: 186
- Buy-In: ₹4,400
- Places paid: 19
- Min-Cash: ₹9,222
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