| On Updated : Aug 1, 2020 3:43 PM IST

Spartan Poker is back in action with the Grand Poker Series with 5+ Crore GTD

By Dheeraj Singh

After the successful conclusion of the IOPC July edition, Spartan Poker is ready with another lucrative tourney with a huge guaranteed prize pool. The Grand Poker Series (GPS) second edition kick-offs on Monday, August 03 and has a guaranteed prize pool of more than 5 crores. The buy-ins will range from Rs 330 to Rs 27,500, and there will be a total of 35 tourneys in the series.

GPS The Millionaire 1 Crore GTD, the Sunday Superstack 40 Lakhs GTD, the Elite 40 Lakhs GTD, the High Roller 50 Lakhs GTD are a few highlights of the series which will lure the high stakes pros. The series also boasts ample of tourneys for the low and mid-stakes players.

GPS The Millionaire 1 Crore GTD

The main highlight of the Grand Poker Series second edition is undoubtedly the GPS The Millionaire 1 Crore GTD. This multi-flight event with a buy-in of Rs 5,500 will take place on August 07. Here’s the schedule-

Event Date Time
Day 1 A August 07 06:00 PM
Day 1 B August 08 06:00 PM
Day 1 C August 09 12:00 PM
Day 1 D August 09 04:00 PM

Day 2 will take place on August 9 from 10 PM onwards. The satellites will be in action from August 3, 2:30 PM onwards and will continue until 3:15 PM on August 9.

The GPS Leaderboard

Just like the IOPC July edition, the Grand Poker Series second edition also has a leaderboard with prizes worth 10 Lac. So, you can also try your hand at the leaderboard as the first place holder or the leaderboard topper gets a whopping Rs 2.40 Lakhs to take home.

Position Prize
1st Rs 2.4 Lac
2nd Rs 1.5 Lac
3rd Rs 1.20 Lac
4th Rs 1 Lac
5th Rs 90,000
6th Rs 80,000
7th Rs 70,000
8th Rs 60,000
9th Rs 50,000
10th Rs 40,000

The first edition of the GPS had run from June 1 to 7. The first-ever GPS Millionaire was a single-day event that took place on June 7 and saw a total of 954 entries. Let’s see if this gets even bigger.

Dheeraj Singh

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