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| On Updated : Sep 29, 2020 4:33 PM IST

Monday Majors: Aditya Sushant, Dhirendra Kumar & Arman Kochhar shine as champions

By Dheeraj Singh

As most of the poker pros take rest on Monday, the action on the virtual felts was pretty slow in comparison to other days of the week.

Here’s a quick recap of all the action that took place on Monday-


₹10 Lac GTD Inception was the marquee event on Adda52 last night. The tourney suffered an overlay of ₹11,200 after clocking 309 entries. ‘bulletsbaby’ shipped the tourney for ₹2.5 Lac after an intense heads up play with Vikranth ‘borntrouble’ Varma who finished runner up for ₹1.52 Lac.

‘ladypoker20’ championed the ₹2 Lac GTD Quad KO 4-Max on Adda52 for ₹56,000. The tourney fell short of ₹21,185 of the advertised guaranteed prize pool after witnessing 131 entries.


₹10 Lac GTD PokerBaazi’s The Bout was PokerBaazi’s marquee event on Monday. The ₹2,750 buy-in tourney experienced a sizeable overlay of ₹85,000 after clocking 366 entries. Armaan ‘Armaan007’ Kochhar won the tourney and banked ₹2.10 Lac after beating Himanshu ‘pokerbrat7’ Arora (2nd for ₹1.47 Lac).

PokerStars India

₹5 Lac GTD Eliminator Progressive KO managed to surpass the advertised guarantee after witnessing 353 entries. Anonymous crusher ‘Prabhat1028’ won the tourney and banked ₹1.12 Lac after a heads-up play with Rohit ‘PillowFight22’ Mishra (2nd for ₹64,541).

Spartan Poker

₹10 Lac GTD ReCharge clocked 485 registrations but failed to reach break-even mark. Former WSOP bracelet winner, Aditya ‘SuperuSer’ Sushant shipped the tourney for ₹2 Lac. ‘Aishwarya89’ finished runner-up in the event for ₹1.33 Lac. Sushant championed PokerStars India’s Sunday Special for ₹3.54 Lac on Sunday.

₹5.50 Lac GTD Flash fell short of ₹88,000 of the advertised guarantee prize pool after registering 462 entries. Dhirendra ‘dhiru91’ Kumar came on top of the field and banked ₹93,709 in the prize. ‘Laiibhari’ finished runner-up for ₹89,880.

For more updates on the latest flagships in India, stay tuned to PokerSpot.

Dheeraj Singh

I believe Life and Poker work on the same principle. The more you learn the better you become.