Day 3 of the PokerBaazi Premier League Spring’18 Edition
Yesterday saw the completion of Day 3 of the PokerBaazi Premier League Spring’18 Edition on PokerBaazi.com. Events 13 to 18 were played out yesterday, here are the brief updates of the Day.
Event 13: 1L GTD R+A
The day started with a 1LAC guaranteed Rebuy/Add-on event. 120 entries and 255 rebuys pushed the total prize pool up to a little over one lac, and it was ‘Ronil1’ who took down the event for INR 24,145, beating ‘mirror_image’ in the heads-up duel.
Event 14: 2L GTD RE
Next in line was the 2LAC guaranteed Re-entry event. It drew 125 entries who utilized a total of 119 re-entries. Akash ‘nikita69QQ’ Shekhar scored his first win of the PPL Spring’18 by defeating ‘pokerisnogamble’ heads up for a payday of INR 44,000.
Event 15: 3L GTD SuperStack RE
Event 15 featured a guaranteed 3Lacs and attracted a field of 150 players. Heads up saw ‘flippp’ and ‘ChubbyGhost’ battling it out, and it was eventually ‘flippp’ who came out on top, winning himself INR 64,312 for his efforts.
Event 16: 5L GTD PLO Deepstack Turbo RE
Event 16 was the first PLO event of the series and roped in a field of 116 unique and 105 re-entries. ‘pokerkid82’ was the last man standing after coming out on top in the heads up battle with ‘Hitler’. He received a payday of INR 1,32,600.
Event 17: The BIG 12 Freeze-out
This was the featured event of the day and offered a massive 12LAC in guaranteed prize money. Heads up play saw ‘pinguv’ and ‘TiltDaddy’ battling it out, with the latter coming out victorious and securing a sweet payday of INR 2,43,000. ‘pinguv’ received INR 1,83,000 for his second place finish.
Event 18: 2L GTD 6-max Turbo R+A
The final event of the Day was a 2LAC guaranteed 6-max Rebuy/Add-on event which roped in 133 entries with 212 rebuys. ‘boomtlt23’ beat ‘Nutpeddling729’ heads up for the win and a prize amount of INR 46,530.
Congratulations to all the winners of Day 3!
We kick off Day 4 at 2pm today. Look out for Event 23 – The Summit. It features a guaranteed prize pool of INR 30LAC and is set to commence at 8:00pm.
The complete schedule of the PPL Spring’18 is available here: : https://www.pokerbaazi.com/ppl#ppl
Day 3 Leaderboard: https://www.pokerbaazi.com/ppl-leaderboard
Day 3 Fantasy League Leaderboard: https://www.pokerbaazi.com/ppl-fantasy-leaderboard
Good luck for Day 4 Baazigars!
And we’re Underway! PPL Spring’18 – Day 1
The much anticipated PPL Spring’18 Edition kicked off yesterday on PokerBaazi.com. The series holds a mammoth 4.1 Crore in total guarantees! Day 1 of the series saw the completion of Events 1 to 6. Here are the brief details of how the Day’s Events went down:
Event 1: 1.5L GTD R+A
We kicked off with this 1.5LAC guaranteed Rebuy Add-on event which attracted 165 entries. Heads up saw ‘fsociety’ defeating ‘pokerwizard’ for the win and a payday of INR 38,010.
Event 2: 2L GTD RE
The second event of the day was a 2 LAC guaranteed Re-entry event, which drew 216 entries and 193 re-entries. Coming out on top of the field was ‘Zedd’, who beat ‘mdhn12’ heads-up for INR 39,877.
Event 3: 1L GTD FO
Event 3 was a 1LAC guaranteed Freeze-out event. A total of 150 entrants played the event which was taken down by ‘pokerisnogamble’ for a prize amount of INR 23,625. The runner-up of this event was ‘akj290’.
Event 4: 7L GTD RE
INR 3300 gave you a seat to this 7 Lac guaranteed re-entry event. A total of 247 entries (including 101 re-entries) took part in the event, taking the total Prize Pool to INR 7,41,000. After about 5 hours of play we were down to the final two- ‘MrRobot’ and ‘Qweasdzxc’. The outcome was decided by a huge pot when the former called a shove holding A9cc and was up against AThh. He was fortunate enough to see three clubs on the flop and seal the deal for a hefty payday of INR 1,55,610. Second place received INR 1,14,855 for his efforts.
Event 5: The Big 15 (15L GTD RE)
Event 5 was the highlight of the day and offered a massive 15L up for grabs. A field of 183 players and an additional 119 re-entries took the Total Prize pool up to INR 15,10,000. After about 7 hours of play, it was Abhishek ‘abhishek081190’ Jaiswal who defeated ‘pokerjoker’ heads up for the win and a prize of INR 3,02,000. The final table also boasted a few notables, namely Rubin ’kornkid’ Labroo (3rd), Jasven ‘JasvenSaigal’ Saigal (6th), Nishant ‘nishant177’ Sharma (7th) and Manoj ‘killbill’ Pentakota (9th).
Event 6: 3L GTD RE
The final event of the day was Event 6 – a 3 LAC guaranteed re-entry event. 199 unique entries along with 135 re-entries took the Total Prize pool to INR 3,34,000. It was eventually ‘crazylion007’ who came out on top of the pack, defeating ‘mafiamessi’ heads up for a payday of INR 66,800.
Congratulations to all the winners of Day 1!
We kick off Day 2 with a line-up of 6 events starting at 2 pm today. The featured event is the 25 LAC GTD Endeavour RE event, scheduled for 8:00 pm.
Find the complete schedule of the PPL Spring’18 Edition here: https://www.pokerbaazi.com/ppl#ppl
With Day 1 underway, we also have the PPL Fantasy League kicking off. Here are the updated Leaderboard standings after Day 1: https://www.pokerbaazi.com/ppl-fantasy-leaderboard
After an impressive performance on Day 1, ‘MrRobot’ finds himself on top of the PPL Spring’18 Leaderboard. Here are the complete standings: https://www.pokerbaazi.com/ppl-leaderboard
Good luck for Day 2 Baazigars!
PokerBaazi.com never shies away from doing something fabulous for the Baazigars. Every month India’s most trusted website brings huge opportunities for all the poker lovers. At the end of Jazzy Jan and beginning of Fab Feb, Pokerbaazi.com is back with its glorious poker tournament, the PokerBaazi Premier League, popularly known as PPL. PPL would have four different editions this year over the span of the year- spring, summer, autumn, and winter. All these editions would have a combined in store for the champion- a Harley Davidson and prize worth 25 LAC.
PokerBaazi Premier League Spring ’18: This edition will have a guaranteed prize pool of more than 4 crores. It should be noted that the Main Event would alone carry a prize guarantee of 1 crore. The main attractions of the edition are:
Apart from the PPL, February would also witness the "Fab Feb". Just like its predecessor, the "Jazzy Jan", participating in "Fab Feb" would also open doors of opportunity for you to earn huge. Pokerbaazi.com is also giving out leaderboard rewards, throughout the month.All leaderboard rewards would be in form of Baazi Coins instead of Real Cash Bonus. giving you the flexibility to use these coins as per your wish! then there are the Double or Nothing tournaments. The Double or Nothing tournaments come with half the rake and will have 2 daily leaderboards instead of a single monthly one-
VIP points entrants would have lots of freerolls and big freerolls based on the VIP points.
Good evening Baazigars!
October witnessed grand celebrations for Diwali across the country and went down as a relatively happy and joyous month. In terms of the game of poker too, the fact that more people have warmed up to it is a matter of great satisfaction. We added to the spirit of the season with Hi-Octane October, The Diwali Cash League, Double or Nothing tournaments, and our newest poker tournament series, The Big Series. Three Baazigars won iPhone X in the Hi Octane October. What made our Diwali special was the response that you, Baazigars, continue to give us and the fact that we have yet again been given the opportunity to give more!
Thundering November will feature a wide range of prizes, rewards, and contests, and will include The Big Series- a series that has attracted growing numbers over the past few weeks. Weekdays now offer similar tournaments on the weekends, with 28 LAC up for grabs from Monday to Saturday. The weekends will continue to be featured by the Baazi Super Sunday events.
Daily, weekly and monthly Leaderboard prizes will be featured this month, and iPhoneXs, bankrolls, prizes for ‘Most Valuable Player’ and tickets to The MoneyMaker 2.0 will all be up for grabs. Everyone seems to be grinding tourneys these days, and we’ve tried to include a range of tournament types and structures throughout the month.
PokerBaazi.com has also launched a separate leaderboard for its latest innovation, Double Or Nothing tournaments. Daily prize is a 5000 Bankroll on the website and the monthly winner will be crowned with a RADO watch worth 1 Lac.
The much anticipated The MoneyMaker 2.0 is scheduled for 6 pm, 26th November, and is certain to attract some incredible numbers. Satellites are running daily on the gaming client for as little as INR 10. This event will feature a guaranteed 1Crore Prize pool, 30 Lac for 1st and 20 Lac for 2nd.
PokerBaazi Premier League is back with its Winter Edition and will feature a massive 2.6Crore Prizepool. The 6-day series kicks off on the 14th and will consist of a total of 31 tournaments. Headlining this series is the 60 LAC GTD ME with 15 LAC up top and the 50 LAC GTD High-roller Event.
November promises to be a massive month for poker with no shortage of possibilities to convert big overnight! Look out for the all-new hand re-player and let us know what you think! And lastly, good luck on the felts Baazigars!
Playing poker drunk is an awful thing you can do to yourself and to your money. You might get thrilled to bits when you get high but losing your own money is just not funny. Try to avoid such adventure where you have to cost your own money and you will not be able to do anything about it in the next morning. Read on to know the other horrific consequences.
If somebody tells you that he/she won a lot of money in Nevada after getting drunk, then trust us this is the most common lie people make to influence others. There might be other reasons which can make you stop from playing poker drunk but this is the worst outcome one can face. Losing money can be the most painful especially during a financial crisis.
YOU CAN GO ON TILT
Tilt is already titled as a pathetic upshot even when playing sober. Going tilt when drunk can be the most hazardous aftereffects of playing poker games online. You will do a lot of senseless things and would have no control on hand ranges and hand reading.
YOU CAN BECOME A FISH
When playing drunk, you will be an easy target for poker players looking for fish to make profits. Alcohol will indeed impair your decision-making capabilities and you might play aggressively. No one will be there to stop you from bluffing on many turns and river.
YOU MAY END UP DOING A CRIME
There are many cases which have been reported when poker players have tried to steal money from their friends when they lose all money while playing online poker. You may end up committing a crime and can even get arrested. If you escape arrest, there are high chances you might lose a good friend.
YOU WILL LOOK LIKE A JERK NEXT DAY
After losing money or even friends in some cases, it will be a guilt for you to spend the next day. You may facade regret or depression which is hard to ignore as it can cost you your health too.
Stay away from the computer or lock yourself in a room, if you have to, but just don't play whilst you are drunk.