It was another great day at the PPL felts with awesome turnouts and crushed guarantees. A big shout out to all the players who have brought the action and helped us set a new benchmark in the industry.
Here’s a brief recap of the PPL Day 8 events:
Attracting a field of 442 entries including 204 re-entries, the tournament crowned a champion in Yagyavalk “yagyavalk” Bhatt. He walked away with a pay-cheque of ₹44,421 for securing first place.
Last seen on the Game Changer (2 Crore GTD) felts, Gopal Bajaj, who plays under the moniker of “Vishallb22”, seized the title. He outshone a field of 349 entries to take home ₹2,19,870!
Witnessing the largest field so far for a single tournament in this edition of the PPL, ValueTown played host to an impressive field of 1195 entries! With the prize pool reaching a total of ₹17,92,500, the event announced a winner in Rohan Bhakkad a.k.a. “Acesunited”. He went home with the top prize of ₹3,01,498.
With a field of 227 players, the PLO DST was shipped by Jeevendra Arora a.k.a. “jeeven”. He earned the first-place prize of ₹1,33,532.
Day 9 of the series is offering a collective prize pool of ₹34 LAC with the main event of the day being the M.E. Warm Up (20 LAC GTD). Need any more reasons to hit the PPL felts?
With more than 1900 entries in the field and ₹1.14 Crore in guarantees, PPL Day 7 kept the action going. It’s awesome to see both pros and newer poker players grow with us and we’re proud to be the platform for their journey.
Here’s how PPL Day 7 panned out:
Playing host to a total of 373 entries including 228 re-entries, the tournament eventually announced a winner in Indrish “Godzilllaa66” Arora. He walked away with the first-place prize of ₹1,13,565.
This ₹500 buy-in event attracted a field of 452 entries, after a 6-hour-long competition, Mukesh “Guruuu” Surana shipped the title and went home with a payday of ₹42,000.
Registering a total of 232 entries, this tournament eventually offered an inflated guarantee of ₹2,32,000! Walking away with the biggest slice of the cake was poker player, Imdad “rahuljohn1983” Ahmed, who won the first-place prize of ₹54,589.
After an impressive turnout of 583 entries, this biggie offered a guaranteed prize pool of ₹43,72,500! The one who managed to bag the title was poker pro, Jaydeep Jaswantlal “JDBhaiya” Dawer, for a handsome payday of ₹8,26,402.
The HighRoller is an event meant for the pros and the final table was proof of it. After more than four hours of intense gameplay, the tourney stopped with the top 6 players who will continue the competition at the live felts at PokerBaazi LIVE, Goa.
Check out the top 6 chip stacks here:
There are three more days to make the best of this PPL. With The MoneyMaker (1 Crore GTD) still on the shelf, there’s enough reason to hit the felts.
Day 8 will kick-start today at 4 PM, with the main event being the ValueTown (15 LAC GTD) to be held tonight at 8 PM. All the best, Baazigars!
With more than 2200 entries, PPL Day 6 was another tremendous success in the tournament series. The main event of the day, in particular, saw the largest field so far for main events in PPL 19 -registering a total of 910 entries!
Here’s a quick recap of the PPL Day 6 events:
Attracting a total of 194 unique entries, this ₹1000 buy-in event crowned a champion in Suhas N a.k.a. “skullkiker”. He went home with the first-place prize of ₹72,676.
Registering a total of 446 entries, this tournament announced a winner in Guddu “gudduhero20” Kumar. He walked away with the top prize of ₹1,12,057.
As an event that was made for the pros, it’s fitting that this tourney was shipped by online poker pro, Wilson Pilot “kalingkaling” Yomso. He took home winnings of ₹6,84,790 for taking down the title!
The main event of the day, The Vegas attracted the largest field of 910 entries so far in the series. Outlasting the others in this ₹5000 buy-in event was online poker regular, Arsh “Button_Hai_Bro” Grover for a massive payday of ₹7,96,250!
It was another online poker pro, Aditya Kulkarni a.k.a. “adit11” who took down the title by outshining a field of 369 entries. He was awarded a pay-cheque of ₹77,490.
The game is still on and raging with the main event of the series, The MoneyMaker (1 Crore GTD) still waiting to be shipped.
Day 7 begins today at 4 PM with the highlight of the day being the HighRoller (70 LAC GTD) for a buy-in of ₹25000 to be held tonight at 9:30 PM. All the best, Baazigars!
We’re halfway through the PPL and the action continues to soar. With 5 days more to go and ₹3 Crore still on offer, there’s plenty of time for you to get into the game and win big if you haven’t already.
With 1800 entries on Day 5, here how the players geared up to #UpTheStakes:
With a total of 237 unique entries, this ₹1000 buy-in event saw online poker pro, Vaibhav “durrrr1310” Saigal take down the title. Last seen at the Game Changer’s felts, Vaibhav walked away with the first-place prize of ₹1,00,500.
Attracting a total field of 252 entries including 122 re-entries, this tourney witnessed a new face shipping the title – Virat “Potli6007” Dalsania. He went home with ₹1,18,591 for securing first place.
It was poker pro Nitesh “neo007” Baliyan who outlasted a massive field of 664 entries including 353 re-entries to emerge as the winner. Nitesh walked away with the biggest chunk of the crushed guarantee (₹24,90,000) worth ₹4,59,903!
The wait is finally over as we announce the winner of our multi-day mega-event – Mayank a.k.a. “Maahi13”. He outlasted a field of 122 players on Day 2 who were all in the money. Last seen witnessing a deep run at the Game Changer 2.0, Mayank walked away with the top prize of ₹11,24,325!
A massive field of 496 entries led to an inflated prize pool of ₹6,20,000. Outshining the others was Meena “howdymodi” Tater who became ₹1,20,466 richer for securing the first position!
PPL Day 6 will be starting today with the mega event being The Vegas (40 LAC GTD); held tonight at 8 for a buy-in of ₹5000. Go #UpTheStakes this PPL!
With ₹55 LAC on offer, the PokerBaazi Premier League (PPL) Day 4 played host to a massive field of more than 1900 entries once again. The guarantees were also crushed yet again thanks to our beloved Baazigars who are making such an achievement an everyday occurrence.
Here’s a quick recap of the PPL Day 4 events:
Attracting a total of 254 unique entries, this ₹1000 buy-in event awarded the first-place title to online poker regular and frequent player on PokerBaazi- Vikranth “borntrouble” Varma. He went home with a payday of ₹1,00,500.
Poker pro and a regular on PokerBaazi- Debashis “Alln” Bal shipped this ₹2500 buy-in tournament for a pay-cheque of ₹1,28,750. He has been around since one of the first editions of the PPL, back in 2017. Special shout out to him!
Attracting a total of 394 entries including 162 re-entries, this tourney concluded with online poker pro, Hemanth “bluffwentwrong” Motepalli, crushing the field. He went home with the first-place prize of ₹1,05,000.
Crushing the guaranteed prize pool with a massive player field of 549 entries, the event eventually offered a huge prize pool worth ₹27,45,000. Walking away with the biggest slice of that pie was DeepB “ChristopherCoke” Patel with ₹5,33,353!
It was another online regular- Chirag “Olandir” Bhardwaj who took down the title for a payday of ₹3,45,217. He achieved this feat by outlasting a field of 458 players!
Tonight is the night of the final showdown for all the players who made it to Day 2 of The Endeavour (60 LAC GTD). Go set the felts on fire!
PPL Day 5 begins today at 4 PM with the highlight of the day being the 6-Max DST (20 LAC GTD) for a buy-in of ₹3750 + 375. Best of luck to all of you!