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| On Updated : Sep 25, 2020 2:46 PM IST

Thursday Tourney Updates: Yohan Patel, Shardul Parthasarathi, Siddartha Khandelwal & Ankit Wadhawan shine as champions

By Dheeraj Singh

With the weekend approaching, the action on virtual felts is expected to increase from today. Here’s the full scoop of all the action that took place on Thursday.


₹30 Lac GTD Godfather was the flagship tourney on Adda52 last night. The ₹5,500 buy-inexperienced an overlay of ₹3.40 Lac after clocking 532 entries. Siddartha ‘Siddyk20’ Khandelwal finished on top of the field after almost 8 hours of intense play and banked ₹5.61 Lac. ‘AniShisPsychic’ finished runner up and scooped ₹4.14 Lac.

‘poker_king52’ shipped the ₹5 Lac GTD Table For 6 for ₹1.43 Lac while Aarchit ‘Aarchit’ Dhadwal finished runner-up for ₹83,688.


₹20 Lac GTD The Summit managed to cross the advertised prize pool by ₹25,000 after registering 270 entries. Young Gun Ujjwal ‘Mr_Robot’ Narwal won the tourney for ₹4.47 Lac after defeating Puneet ‘neo1’ Dua (2nd for ₹3.13 Lac) in the heads up battle.

The ₹5 Lac GTD Thursday MonsterStack created a prize pool worth ₹5.30 Lac after clocking 212 registrations. Anonymous user ‘Learnnwin’ shipped the event for ₹1.27 Lac.


₹10 Lac GTD Uppercut Magic Edition managed to surpass its advertised guarantee prize pool after 274 registrations and created ₹10.96 Lac in the prize pool. PokerGuru Ambassador Ankit ‘b00mtr00p3r’ Wadhawan shipped the tourney for ₹1.84 Lac. Divik ‘Carpediem55555’ Arora took home ₹1.14 Lac for the runner-up finish.

‘whowizz’ won ₹5 Lac GTD Battle Royale for ₹91,760 while ‘nikpokernoob’ finished runner-up for ₹59,999.


₹18 Lac GTD Ultron created a prize pool worth ₹18.20 Lac after 455 registrations. ‘PAPITO’ Yohan Patel won the tourney and banked ₹3.64 Lac while Rajat ‘BloatedBelly’ Mahajan took home ₹2.39 Lac for the runner up finish.

₹3.75 Lac GTD FMS#4 experienced an overlay of ₹60,000 after registering 105 entries. Young Gun Shardul ‘Faucet Failure’ Parthasarathi championed the tourney for ₹95,813 after beating ‘karanmangla’ (runner-up for ₹66,000) in the heads up play.

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.