Thursday witnessed the most participation on the virtual felts in the ongoing week. With the weekend approaching, the action is expected to increase immensely today.
Here’s a quick recap –
The ₹30 Lac GTD Godfather was the signature event on Adda52 last night. The tourney experienced a shortfall of ₹1.85 Lac after 563 entries. Aman ‘zontory’ Bhadu decimated the field and shipped the title for ₹5.79 Lac after a heads-up deal with ‘ishanshah95’ who took home ₹5.36 Lac for the runner-up finish.
The ₹5 Lac GTD Table For 6 was another marquee tourney on the site last night. PokerGuru Ambassador Ashutosh ‘senojwod’ Balodhi championed the title and banked ₹1.40 Lac after finishing at the top of 188 competitors.
₹20 Lac GTD The Summit was the main event on Baazi on Thursday. The ₹8,250 buy-in tourney witnessed 253 registrations. Abhinav ‘griezmann’ Iyer shipped the tourney for ₹4.71 Lac after a heads up battle with Siddhanth ‘ender’ Kripalani. Kripalani banked ₹3.30 Lac for his runner up finish.
Iyer final tabled another tourney last night-
Vinay ‘Vinstill’ BK shipped the ₹5 Lac GTD Thursday MonsterStack for ₹1.21 Lac. Ashit ‘nexus010’ Sharma finished runner-up for ₹84,650.
₹30 Lac GTD INCOOP- 81 Highroller suffered a massive overlay of ₹7.63 Lac after just 164 registrations. Young Gun Arsh ‘BiggggTymeR’ Grover finished on top of the field and shipped the tourney. ‘sachinrt10’ finished runner for ₹4.52 Lac while Ayush ‘Kyanaamrakhu’ Garg finished third for ₹3.37 Lac.
Grover final tabled another tourney last night and banked ₹6.19 Lac in total –
‘barfi24’ championed The Classic for ₹1.29 Lac after beating ‘kviscool’ in the heads up. ‘kviscool’ took home ₹97,350 for the runner up finish.
The ₹55 Lac GTD GPS #39 High Roller managed to create a whopping ₹61.50 Lac in prize pool after 123 registrations including re-entries and rebuys. ‘Ghayal2112’ championed the tourney for ₹13.15 Lac after a three-way deal with Laksh Pal ‘LuckyBhai$’ Singh (2nd for ₹11.79 Lac) and Gokul ‘Super Kings’ Raj (3rd for ₹9.98 Lac).
The ₹25 Lac GTD GPS – Grand Ultron experienced a shortfall of ₹3.60 Lac after 535 registrations. Manish Lakhotia took down the title for ₹4.85 Lac after beating ‘acequeens’ (2nd for ₹3.07 Lac) in the heads-up battle.
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