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| On Updated : Oct 28, 2020 4:08 PM IST

Tuesday Tourneys: PokerGuru Ambassdors Veeravalli, Mahesh and Arya shine as champions

By Dheeraj Singh

Here’s the full scoop of all the action that took place on Tuesday on virtual felts –


₹15 Lac GTD The Mint was the marquee tourney on Tuesday for Adda52. The ₹3,850 buy-in tourney suffered an overlay of ₹68,500 after clocking 409 entries. PokerGuru Ambassador Naresh ‘emperor457’ Veeravalli decimated the field and banked ₹3.29 Lac. Another PokerGuru Ambassador Jayjit ‘pokerminator’ Ray finished runner up in the tourney and took home ₹2.67 Lac in winnings.

Nikhil ‘nickel0992’ Chaudhary (4th for ₹1.20 Lac), Kanchan ‘thandicoke’ Sharma (5th for ₹78,000) and Arsh ‘bigggtymer’ Grover (7th for ₹41,250) were the other big names at the FT in the tourney.

Veeravalli claimed his second title last night as he championed the ₹3 Lac GTD Hexagram for ₹84,750. The daily tourney suffered an overlay of ₹24,000 after 143 registrations.


₹13 Lac GTD The Endeavour was Baazi’s Tuesday flagship tourney. The tourney suffered a sizeable overlay of ₹1.69 Lac after 323 registrations. PokerGuru Ambassador, Mithun ‘thepokeraja’ Mahesh shipped the tourney for ₹2.87 Lac after defeating MTT pro Harsh ‘100crdream’ Dembla who finished runner-up for ₹2.02 Lac in the heads-up play.

₹3 Lac GTD Tuesday MonsterStack witnessed an overlay of ₹12,000 after pulling out 144 registrations. Deepak ‘sabJuwaaHai’ Choudhary championed the tourney and banked ₹77,250 after beating Rohit ‘rohit22rm’ Mishra (2nd for ₹54,090) in the heads-up play.

PokerStars India

PokerStars India continued its trend of hosting two ₹5 Lac GTD tourneys on Tuesday.  The 2,200 entry buy-in Sixth Sense and the ₹2,750 entry buy-in Uppercut Mini were the two major tourneys on PokerStars India last night.

Sixth Sense fell ₹28,000 short of its advertised guaranteed prize pool. Vatsalya ‘Bhoot_Uncle’ Rao finished on top of the field and won ₹92,186 in prize money after defeating Vishal ‘DeadGrinder1’ Madan (2nd for ₹66,828).

The Uppercut Mini managed to avoid overlay after clocking 203 entries. Anonymous crusher ‘LetsFkinGo’ shipped the title for ₹1.07 Lac. ‘RAV1619’ finished second for ₹47,870. Vishal ‘DeadGrinder1’ Madan (4th for ₹33,225) and Karan ‘999AykA999’ Jain (6th for ₹16,661).

Spartan Poker

The ₹3,300 entry buy-in Mega Stack collected a whopping ₹18.75 Lac in prize pool on the back of 625 registrations. Mohsin ‘gongo,’ Shaikh bagged the lion’s share worth ₹3.63 Lac after beating PokerGuru Ambassador Devvrat ‘deranzzdd’ Arya (2nd for ₹2.30 Lakhs) in the heads-up battle.

₹7 Lac GTD The Race witnessed 509 registrations. MTT crusher Anant ‘Pro’ Purohit shipped the tourney for ₹1.30 Lac following a heads-up deal with Srijan ‘TheDawnFacere’ Batra (runner-up for ₹1.12 Lac).

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Dheeraj Singh

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