Sundays on online poker sites in India are always filled with fun, frolic and loads of online poker bonus offers and promo codes. This Sunday was no different. While it was raining poker tournaments all over, we bring a few of those that got the poker news in the country buzzing.
The Millionaire Lite
After 3 days (29 Nov to 1 Dec) of rigorous battle at the tables, Sreekanth Narayan aka ‘n0thing’ defeated Vivek Rughani aka ‘Pokerbatman27’ in the heads-up to become The Millionaire Lite winner. 3,262 entries generated a prize pool of ₹48,93,000. Top 270 players got paid with a min-cash of ₹5,000. The Spartan Poker hosted poker event went on for 6 intense hours.
PokerBaazi, India’s most trusted online poker portal, hosted the BSS SuperStack INR 25 Lakhs GTD event. 570 entries made way to the ₹ 5500 buy-in tournament generating
₹ 28,50,000 in prize pool. Top 72 players collected a minimum cash of ₹8,835. Well-known poker pro Honey Bijlani aka ‘ho9ey’ defeated ‘hero1965’ in the heads-up round to win the ₹5,38,650 prize money.
INR 35 Lakhs GTD Sunday SuperStack kicked-off at 8:00 pm sharp on Spartan Poker. A hefty prize pool of ₹36,55,000 was created by 731 contenders. Laksh Pal Singh aka ‘LuckyBhai$’ won the ₹5,500 buy-in event. 71 players received at least ₹13,889 for their efforts.
The Big Slick INR 15 Lakhs GTD on Adda52 was swarmed by a total of 660 entries, resulting in a prize pool of ₹ 15,00,023. After 8+ hours, this ₹2500 buy-in event came to an end and Sahil Mahboobani aka ‘ImHighIshove’ emerged victorious. 71 players got a minimum cash of ₹7,130.
On PokerStars, Sunday Special ₹20 Lakhs GTD, a bounty tournament, began at 5 pm. Wading through a field of 329 ntries, Vivek Singh aka ‘Mystic Peaks’ defeated ‘mdp10s’ in heads-up to win the huge ₹2.18 Lakh in prize money.
Watch out for PokerSaint’ The Saint War 2.0
Leading online poker site PokerSaint is back with The Saint War 2.0. Jaw-dropping prizes include Baleno, Swift and Pulsar NS200, Kawasaki Ninja 300, iPhone XR 128 GB and much more! Scheduled from 2 to 15 December, this two-week poker event has something for everyone from low to mid to high stakes players.