Sunday on Adda52.com was an action-packed event filled with a series of high-stakes poker tournaments. The virtual felts were crowded with players from across the country, all vying for a shot at glory and a piece of the hefty guaranteed prize pools.
The star of the day, without a doubt, was Ujjwal Narwal. In a stunning show of poker skill, he took home the esteemed 50 Lac GTD Big Game title and a whopping INR 11.54 Lac in prize money. Nishant Kumar trailed just behind Narwal, earning himself INR 10.49 Lac in winnings. Siddharth Kadel also left his mark on Adda52’s history by winning the 10 Lac GTD Sunday Showdown.
The Big Game, like its predecessors, drew an impressive crowd of 228 players and amassed an enormous INR 57 Lac prize pool. Last month’s 30 Lac GTD Big Whale champion Ujjwal “fourteenk” Narwal took home the lion’s share of this pool after a three-way deal with Nishant “nocturnalnish” Kumar and Vinay “ContemporisT” B. This marked Narwal’s second victory in the Adda52 Big Game this year, having previously won the same event in April.
With a buy-in of INR 27,500, the tournament paid out to 24 places. Also making it to the final table was Gokul “Niruha” Raj who claimed 5th place for INR 3,42,000.
The other main event of the day, the 10 Lac GTD Sunday Showdown, saw similar success. With a buy-in of INR 2750, it attracted a total of 463 players and generated a prize pool of INR 11.57 Lac. Online regular Siddharth “CARDashian66” Kadel emerged victorious, pocketing INR 2.20 Lac.
The weekend also saw big wins from Ashish Ahuja and Siddharth Gangwar. Ahuja won the site’s 20 Lac GTD Ballers for INR 5.42 Lac, besting a field of 318 participants that included runner-up Dhinesh Kumar.
Gangwar triumphed over a field of 388 entrants in the 10 Lac GTD Head Shot Bounty, taking home INR1,60,216 (including INR 59,181 in bounties). Pradip Ghosh also had a successful run, finishing as runner-up and earning INR 1,10,773 (including INR 49,663 in bounties).
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