Aug 15, 2018
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The best part of online poker is that it can be played at the ease of access and to enhance honey bun in this prospect, we give a bumper chance to all the best online poker sites for Indian players thru PPL III. PokerBaazi Premier League III just got better on day 3 inured with a tough fight and massive guarantee crush in what has been the biggest PLO online tourney in India. There were total five events entailing astounding surprises for players. The satellite for the first event instigated at 2.30 PM for the 15K GTD [R+A] NO LIMIT Texas Hold’em. 28 players participated in it. The first event for 15K GTD began at 4 PM where 69 players contributed. The prize amount stipulated was 31950 and ‘fishstars’ pioneered the top spot by procuring the amount 9585.

The second satellite at 5.30 PM gave the players a chance to win a direct entry in the next bout held at 7 PM for 25k GTD [FreezeOut] No Limit Texas Hold’em. 83 players competed in it and the prize pool was plush 41500‘Gooner1317’ feats the top position with an amount of 12450. The prizes were getting bigger and excitement was getting capacious with events. 56 players joined in for 40k GTD [R+A] No Limit Texas Hold’em. The total prize pool went up to 72000‘Floppingnuts’ took the top place with an amount of 21600 and ‘kingisback’ got the second position. 

Getting fervent? Well, time to keep your nerves under control as we take you to the next remarkable upshot. The next event for 3L GTD [PLO] [2R+A] had a total prize pool of whopping 525000 which made it the biggest online PLO tournament in Poker Site India Play and Win Cash. Yes, you heard it right! 68 players participated in it.  It was even more exciting to see a handsome deal being cracked amongst the top 5. Ranks 1st (Killbill) and 2nd took 94218 each and fought for the glory and leaderboard points. Ranks 3rd, 4th and 5th settled down for a prize of 75000 each. The last event started at 12 AM for 30K GTD [Turbo] [FreezeOut] No Limit Texas Hold’em. 72 players vied in it and the total prize pool was 43200‘The Professional’ won the top spot by winning an amount of 12960

PPL III is a 5-day affair and has lots of excitement in its basket. We have always aforesaid, Leadership points are as excited as the games and we surprise top ranking players with goodies. ‘The Professional’ took the top spot with 826 points, ‘gooner1317’ got the second rank with 729 points and ‘bluffinduce’’ got the third rank with 678 points. Visit the website to register for the upcoming events. Stay tuned to our social media channels for all the live updates.

The best part of online poker is that it can be played at the ease of access and to enhance honeybun in this prospect, we give a bumper chance to all the online poker players in India thru PPL III. Pokerbaazi Premier League III just got better on day 3 inured with a tough fight and massive guarantee crush in what has been the biggest PLO online tourney in India. There were total five events entailing astounding surprises for players. The satellite for the first event instigated at 2.30 PM for the 15K GTD [R+A] NO LIMIT Texas Hold’em. 28 players participated in it. The first event for 15K GTD began at 4 PM where 69 players contributed. The prize amount stipulated was 31950 and ‘fishstars’ pioneered the top spot by procuring the amount 9585.

The second satellite at 5.30 PM gave the players a chance to win a direct entry in the next bout held at 7 PM for 25k GTD [FreezeOut] No Limit Texas Hold’em. 83 players competed in it and the prize pool was plush 41500. ‘Gooner1317’ feats the top position with an amount of 12450. The prizes were getting bigger and excitement was getting capacious with events. 56 players joined in for 40k GTD [R+A] No Limit Texas Hold’em. The total prize pool went up to 72000. ‘Floppingnuts’ took the top place with an amount of 21600 and ‘kingisback’ got the second position.

Getting fervent? Well, time to keep your nerves under control as we take you to the next remarkable upshot. The next event for 3L GTD [PLO] [2R+A] had a total prize pool of whopping 525000 which made it the biggest online PLO tournament in India. Yes, you heard it right! 68 players participated in it.  It was even more exciting to see a handsome deal being cracked amongst the top 5. Ranks 1st (Killbill) and 2nd took 94218 each and fought for the glory and leaderboard points. Ranks 3rd, 4th and 5th settled down for a prize of 75000 each. The last event started at 12 AM for 30K GTD [Turbo] [FreezeOut] No Limit Texas Hold’em. 72 players vied in it and the total prize pool was 43200. ‘TheProfessional’ won the top spot by winning an amount of 12960.

PPL III is a 5-day affair and has lots of excitement in its basket. We have always aforesaid, Leadership points are as excited as the games and we surprise top ranking players with goodies. ‘TheProfessional’ took the top spot with 826 points, ‘gooner1317’ got the second rank with 729 points and ‘bluffinduce’’ got the third rank with 678 points. Visit the website to register for the upcoming events. Stay tuned to our social media channels for all the live updates.




Day 2 of PokerBaazi Premier League III was topped with startling excitement and thrill. The second day consisted of four events. The satellite for the first event started at 5.30 PM for the 20K GTD (R+A), NO LIMIT Texas Hold’em. 25 players participated in it to secure a seat for the tournament scheduled at 7 PM. To play poker in India for real money at PokerBaazi.com.

The actual delight began at 7 PM when the bout started for the 20K GTD [R+A]. A massive 65 players participated in it and the prize pool was 35,000. ‘amit’ took the top spot by winning 10,500 with ‘seth15’ taking the second place. PokerBaazi gave chances to players to grab an entry to the highest paying tournament by playing the satty games scheduled at 7.45 PM and 8.45 PM.

The prize pool in the second event was 77000 for the 50K GTD [PLO] [FreezeOut]. 77 players participated in it and ‘abhishek081190’ took the top spot with the prize amount of 23,100. The next session started at 10 PM for the 2 LACs GTD [FreezeOut] NO LIMIT Texas Hold’em. 112 players participated in it. The prize pool went up to enormous 336000 this time. ‘jungliaunty’ took the top spot with the prize amount of 92,400 and ‘kornkid’ took the second place and an amount of 58,000.

The next stint commenced at 12 AM for the 40K GTD [Turbo] [R+A], NO LIMIT Texas Hold’em. 74 players joined in and the total prize was 67200. ‘oxymor0n’ claimed the first position for a cool 20160. There was yet another surprise in the offing for the players with PPL BOOST 5K FREEROLL, No Limit Texas Hold’em. A huge pool 350 players participated with ‘Shrey94’ coming in as the winner.

The game has only just begun and there are many more delights in PPL III to come. As we have always believed, leadership points are very special and we provide goodies to top ranking players. CR07 took the top spot with 591 points, ‘bluffinduce’ got the second spot with ‘553’ points and ‘TheProfessional’ got the third spot with 505 points. You can learn different poker games to visit the website for the complete details and to register for the upcoming events. Stay tuned to all our social media channels for all the latest updates of PPL III.

Paawan was introduced to poker by his friends during his grad stint at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. From playing Zynga poker to being the only Indian pro to cash in the Aussie Millions 2016 main event, Paawan has indeed come a long way in a short time. PokerBaazi caught up with Pro Paawan Bansal whilst his short coffee break from Poker Site India Play and Win Cash. Stay munched to know all about his exciting poker journey, poker living, and tips for beginners.

1. When and how did you start playing poker?

Back in 2008, I was barely 17 and it was my first week of undergrad at a university in Singapore. I hadn’t even heard of poker until my friends were kind enough to introduce me to this wonderful game I’ve been learning ever since. You can learn poker game online here.

2. When did you decide to go pro?

Just started traveling the circuit this January! However, I took a couple of semesters off during college a year ago when I played full time. After that, I had my mind made up to give poker a serious shot.

3. Was your family supportive of that decision?

Not right off the bat but I’m kind of astonished to see just how much they have come around in the last few years. A few gifts (some may call them bribes) definitely helped speed the process up.

4. What is it like to earn a living through poker?

Depends. At times, it feels like the best thing ever, traveling the world doing something you love but then there are days when you just can’t help cursing through the roof. Empirically, it doesn’t take much time to bring the best players to their knees. It can be a cruel game. As someone rightly said, “It’s a hard way to make an easy living”.

5. If you weren't a pro poker player, what would you be doing?

Haha, I have no idea as I never seriously considered anything else. Maybe trading as it has similar skill set requirements, can’t say if I would have enough discipline to last for as many years as I have in poker.

6. How many times have you gone completely broke during your poker career?

I feel blessed that I’ve never had to go through that. Been strapped for cash a couple of times after long tours and even that gets on my nerves.

7. What abetted your development in seeing yourself as a winning player?

Probably the inherent competitiveness. Be it sports or academia, I’ve always been hell bent on being the best, almost to an obsession. Poker is mental warfare at its purest and I have always relished new challenges. Combine that with a need to make money to support a degenerate lifestyle, an aptitude for math and I feel like I was born to do this. No better motivation than finding your true calling I believe.

8. Do you think that sociable charisma helps you at the table?

Most certainly. It’s said that Poker is not a card game played with people, it’s a people game played with cards. Being socially adept and keeping recreational players on the table happy is what separates the good from the great.  You know you are doing something very special when you can befriend strangers at the table to the extent where they don’t mind losing all their money to you. Amarillo Slim, an all-time legend used to be a master at this and I idolize him for it. Although being the insufferable know-it-all, I need some major work with this aspect of the game when it comes to poker.

9. Do you play online, and if so, which is the best online poker sites in India in your opinion and why?

Oh ya, nothing like playing lying down on your bed in boxers! I would have to say PokerBaazi, and me being a team member there has very little to do with it. Having played on most of the Indian sites, I am yet to come across the kind of experience PokerBaazi provides. Be it the coveted customer service, the out-of-this-world promotions, the transparency, the unparalleled smoothness in deposits and withdrawals or the constant software improvements made from the players’ feedback, it’s something you have to see for yourself to believe.

10. Have you got any tips for the beginners?

Poker is like fashion, if you keep working on improving your game, experimenting with various lines or innovating in the moment, you’ll stay on top of the curve, if you relax and rest on your winnings you’ll soon go out of style.

11. What are your views about the upcoming events at PokerBaazi.com?

It's an exciting time to be part of the PokerBaazi team with the third edition of the PokerBaazi Premier League just around the corner, promising a whopping 40 Lacs in guarantees. I just can’t wait to get back to the online felt during the PPL and bring some glory to the House of Baazi. Being behind the scenes with the team, I can also vouch for the awesome preparation going into the inaugural Baazi Poker Tour, which is going to be a game changer when it comes to live poker tournaments in India. Join us at Deltin Royale in Goa from the 23rd to 26th June and stand to win from the 50 Lac GTD prize pool across the four BPT events. See you at the tables!

PokerBaazi Premier League III aka PPL III began on June 8, 2016 with an intense participation of players and entailed four events. The first satty started at 5.30 PM for the 15K GTD FreezeOut and gave the chance to players for direct entry to the 7 PM tournament. 95 players participated in this event. The first event for the 15k GTD FreezeOut tournament was won by ‘adikumar2010’. The total prize pool was 28,500.

The total prize amount for the second event 50K GTD was 1,09,500. 85 players registered for this event and ‘TheProfessional’ took down the top spot for a prize of 32850. The game just got better and better as it picked up pace with the prize amount intensifying to a whopping 5,16,000 in the 3rd event of Day 1. 97 players registered for this 3L GTD (6MAX) [Re-Entry] and ‘neo007’ took top spot with winnings of 1,54,800. ‘CR07’ and ‘buzzz365’ took down the second and third spots respectively.

The final sitting commenced for the 25K GTD [Turbo] [FreezeOut] where 98 players registered and ‘pokermaz’ took the top spot with ‘kidpoker7’ taking the second.

There will be 5k FreeRoll every day at 1 PM which will make the league more exciting. Day 2 of PokerBaazi Premier League III will give you a chance to win 3.1 Lac GTD and will undeniably be more thrilling.

The showdown for day 2 will start at 7 PM tonight and consist of four events. You can visit the website and register to play. PPL III is a 5 day affair where every day is filled with surprises. You can also follow our social media channels for all the live updates of PPL III.

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