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| On Updated : Sep 21, 2020 5:31 PM IST

Sunday Showdown: Neeraj Kumar, Harsh Dembla, Jai Kiran & Raman Gujral star in the blockbuster Sunday

By Dheeraj Singh

Sundays’ are the busiest on the virtual felts and the last one was no exception. PokerBaazi`s Game Changer 4.0, PokerStars India`s INCOOP Main Event and Spartan Poker`s UVS Millionaire Lite helped poker enthusiasts in keeping themselves busy.

Here’s a quick recap of all the action that unfolded on Sunday –


The ₹30 Lac GTD Mega Suits was the marquee event on Adda52 last night. The event suffered an overlay of ₹1.25 Lac after registering 575 entries, including 296 unique registrations. Harsh ‘BuddhaBhikari’ Dembla banked the biggest prize of ₹7.05 Lac after finishing on top of the field. ‘justmissed’ took home ₹4.11 Lac for his runner up finish.

The ₹25 Lac GTD Adda52 Millions experienced a massive overlay of ₹5 Lac after managing just 200 registrations. ‘loser05’ took away the first prize worth ₹6.95 Lacs after beating ‘royalty’ (2nd for ₹4.06 Lac) in the heads-up play.

‘beherapunya2111’ shipped the ₹15 Lac GTD Big Slick for ₹2.74 Lac while ‘fiery’ championed the ₹5 Lac GTD Hurricane for ₹84,693.


The four starting flights of the fourth edition of the ₹2 Crores GTD Game Changer 2.0 managed a total of 3990 entries out of which 479 made it to Day 2. Jai ‘testify’ Kiran shipped the tourney and banked ₹33.16 Lac joining the likes of Shagun Jain and Siddhanth Kripalani as Game Changer champions.

Mohak ‘Tiltin’ Kapoor finished runner up for ₹23.08 Lac while seasoned reg Raman ‘ifryu’ Gujral finished third for ₹16.14 lac in the flagship tourney. Gujral managed another FT finish in the ₹25 Lac GTD BSS SuperStack.

₹25 Lac GTD BSS SuperStack fell short of ₹55,000 of the advertised guaranteed prize pool after clocking 489 entries (257 unique and 232 re-entries). Puneet ‘neo1’ Dua managed to finish at top of the field and banked ₹4.86 Lac after beating tough rivals in the likes of Gaurav ‘kira1545’ Kaul (2nd for ₹3.41 Lac), Raman ‘ifryu’ Gujral (4th for ₹1.62 Lac) and  Ashit ‘nexus010’ Sharma (5th for ₹97,500).

Aman ‘KarmaPoker’ Parakh shipped ₹8 Lac GTD BSS MegaStack for ₹1.77 Lac while Mahesh ‘mahikalra’ Shyamsundar took away ₹5 Lac GTD BSS Monster for ₹1.26 Lac.


₹9.05 Crore GTD INCOOP series is gradually reaching to the finishing line. It was Day 1 of the three-day running showstopper ₹1 Crore GTD INCOOP – 187 Main Event. A total of 607 entries (381 unique and 226 re-entries) were registered on Day 1 out of which 171 players survived the day’s play.

Shashank ‘felterr’ Jain (220,055) finish the chip leader followed by Siddharth ‘WaaaduHek’ Mundada (197,202) and ‘The Annihilator’ (173,617) at next stops.

₹25 Lac GTD INCOOP-190 Sunday Highroller clocked 172 entries (109 unique and 63 re-entries) and fell short of ₹3.50 Lac of the advertised guarantee. ‘gangnam gangi’ came on top of the field and banked ₹5 Lac for the first place finish and. Online crusher Vaibhav ‘GTO_Life_GG’ Sharma took home ₹3.78 Lac for the second place finish.

₹10 Lac GTD INCOOP -192 The Big Crunch was shipped by Neeraj ‘SelfClaimedPro’ Kumar for ₹1.45 Lac while ₹5 Lac GTD INCOOP -186 Sunday Warm-Up was won by ‘PepperChicken’ for ₹80,932.

Spartan Poker

Spartan Poker’s Ultimate Value Series managed 1,742 entries across its three starting flights and fell short of ₹16,000 the advertised guarantee. ₹35 Lac GTD UVS The Millionaire Lite was the showstopper event. Well-known reg Neeraj ‘SelfClaimedPros’ Kumar became the latest Millionaire Lite champion and scooped ₹4.99 Lac while ‘Tokio999’ finished runner up for ₹4.82 Lac.

Kumar also championed the ₹10 Lac GTD INCOOP -192 The Big Crunch for ₹1.45 Lac.

₹35 Lac GTD Sunday SuperStack suffered ₹10,000 overlays after clocking 698 registrations. Anonymous user “BuddyLove” won the tourney for ₹6.77 Lac. Chetan ‘pofunder’ Singh Chouhan finished second for ₹4.27 Lac.

₹10 Lac GTD Money Heist was shipped by Srihari ‘bangbang99’ Bang for ₹1.92 Lac following a heads-up deal with Pranav ‘pranavpoker’ Khandalkar (2nd for ₹1.78 Lac).

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.