Sep 17, 2019
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To choose or not to choose…that is the question!

While many poker players think that it is realistic to make money through cash games, there are equal chances to make it big playing tournaments. A majority of the players choose to specialize in one of the two formats, the others comfortably swing between both the disciplines. So what aspects should be considered before choosing a certain discipline?

First, let us know the basic differences between the two formats.

The Fundamentals

Tournaments

  • Must play until you run out of chips.
  • Must be present during registration.
  • Rebuys are not permitted unless the format says so.
  • Blind levels increase at predetermined intervals.

Cash Games

  • You can sit down and leave whenever you feel like
  • You can rebuy chips as per your discretion
  • Blind levels are static

The two fields do not have significant differences but this results in a major difference in the style of play. Let’s discuss a few factors that should be taken into consideration before deciding which format to choose from.

Time Commitment

It goes without saying that cash games give you the luxury to sit down and leave whenever you feel like, and if you don’t have much time this is the best option to choose.

On the other hand, tournament formats require you to give more than 8 hours in case you survive throughout the game. This is the case in most of the larger field MTTs.

So tournament format is for those who are either professional players or someone who is sure about their time commitment.

Variance

A major section of professional players choose cash games over tournaments because the variance is a lot less in cash games. Although, you can put a check on the variance by playing smaller field events if you are a regular MTT player you have to get ready for some variance.

A cash game player could play without any profits for over a month in extreme cases. An MTT player could go for over 6 months without making profits. This is the case for online regulars. For live tournament players, the time span could even increase to over a year.

However, it should be noted that there is a sense of prestige and acknowledgment associated with tourney players. Taking down a massive field MTT, reaching an FT filled with poker pro is definitely a noteworthy achievement.

Skill-set

Both disciplines require different skill sets. The differences mostly depend on the stack size. In cash games, players usually start with a pre-determined stack, in most cases 100bb. Also, in case your opponent is playing with a shallower stack, then you will have to change your course of action. However, generally, players play with 100bb.

In cash games, players start with 100bb or even 150bb, but as the blind levels increase your stack will decrease significantly. This factor decreases the range of hands you can profitably play. In tournaments, players play a decent amount of games where the chip stack gets below 20bb and this sends you to the push-or-fold stage. In this stage, players make only pre-flop decisions as the stacks are not healthy enough to enter the turn or the river.

Playing with 20bb is a rare sight in cash games and therefore tourney players do develop a specific set of skills to dodge such situations. Players use Nash and ICM strategies to calculate pre-flop push/fold ranges. It’s a difficult skill to incorporate in one’s gameplay but playing with 100bb needs a higher degree of skills according to the masses. Therefore, cash games are considered as a difficult format to play.

Players also feel that there is a time constraint in tournaments because each hand starts with a different structure which is not the case in cash games.

Thus, being a good cash game player cannot make you a good MTT player and vice versa. This is one of the major reasons why professional players decide to choose one option out of the two. Both the fields require a different set of skills and focusing on one makes you increase your potential.

The other side of the coin here is that your experiences of the late-stage of tourneys will help you when you are short-stacked in cash games. Developing strong 100bb skills in cash games can help in the early stages of tourneys.

Therefore, choosing one field or making the most of both formats is the player’s decision to make.

Turn Your Dream Into Reality!

In a recent announcement, PokerBaazi.com has tied up with the Kings Casino in Rozvadov, Czech Republic, as Exclusive Online Satellite partners in India. What this means is that you can now make your way to the coveted Kings Casino by playing satellites on PokerBaazi.com, from the comfort of your homes!

Tons of big international events are hosted at the prestigious Kings Casino, including the World Series of Poker Europe (WSOPE), German PokerClub Championship (GPC), Spanish Poker Festival (SPF), The Big Wrap (PLO) and WPT Deepstacks.

PokerBaazi.com will host sattys to all major tournaments at the Kings Casino and will cover airfare, buy-ins and accommodation costs for the events. Indian poker is not only booming nationally but also on the international felts, where many a player has already left his/her mark in the global poker circuit. This new development will no doubt see the presence of many more Indian players at prestigious International events and who knows, maybe a couple of bracelets too!

Upcoming Events to look out for

German Pokerclub Championship: Sep 2nd – 9th

The Kings Casino will be hosting the German Pokerclub Championship from September 2nd – 9th, with a guaranteed prize pool of over €650,000 (5.2 Crores). Headlining this series is the GPC Main Event with a buy-in of €255 and a whopping guarantee of €551,750 (4.3 Crores). The event will feature 6 starting Flights (5th – 8th Sep) including one Turbo Flight (8th Sep).

The Big Wrap: Sep 9th – 16th

A unique series designed by the Kings Casino, this week-long festival features 7 days of non-stop PLO action. The first Edition of the series was hosted in April 2019 and featured two tournaments with a combined guarantee of €1.2 million, in addition to a cash festival which saw over 30 tables of PLO action across stakes ranging from €1/ €2 to €50/€100.

Following the response it received in its April Edition, The Big Wrap is back again this September from the 9th to the 16th and will feature a €200,000 GTD Warm up Event along with a €1 Million GTD Main Event. The series will also play host to a range of cash games that would run throughout the duration of the series, thus creating an ideal playground for PLO enthusiasts.

World Series of Poker Europe (WSOPE): Oct 15th – Nov 4th

The King’s Casino will be playing host to the prestigious WSOPE for the third consecutive year and promises at least 10 official WSOP Gold Bracelet Events this year. The WSOPE Main Event will take place from October 25-30, 2019 and features a massive €5,000,000 prize pool for a buy-in of €10,000. The series is Europe’s richest annual live poker festival and saw record-breaking numbers in 2017 and 2018. The 2019 WSOPE is expected to surpass these numbers comfortably, with both the Venue and the Series becoming a widely preferred choice of many.

Stay tuned to our social media channels for the latest updates on the Satellite schedule – which will be announced very soon! PokerBaazi.com has constantly worked towards growing the popular mind-sport within the country, and this step serves as one better. The company hopes to bridge the gap between our talented players and International events such as the WSOPE – thus firmly placing India on the International Poker map.

Rome Was Not Built In A Day

Success does not come overnight, it is rather the desired result of our actions. The same proves to be true in case of poker players both online and live. If we observe the career trajectory of any successful poker player, we can see that the growth is very gradual. To improve their skills, players take coaching classes, observe the gameplay of other players and consume literature written by famous professional players.

At PokerBaazi, we aim to provide a platform that aids in the gradual improvement of our players. A huge array of online tournaments and cash games are offered to players both new and experienced.

Today, we take this opportunity to glorify the efforts of our Baazigars of the week (7th June- 13th June).

FriYay 10 LAC GTD:

FriYay crowned Gautam “M8a7” Rohilla as the winner, taking home the winning prize worth INR 2,20,900. His winning kitty on PokerBaazi also includes another massive win. Rohilla posted a score worth INR 1,73,742 in the Game Changer (2 Cr GTD).

Value Town 10 LAC GTD:

It was none other than Vinayak “salmanbhai” Bajaj who shipped the title for a payday of INR 1,75,000. He has major winnings posted in his impeccable career such as his title-winning in last year’s World Poker Tour (WPT) India Series.

BSS SuperStack 25 LAC GTD:

Our Sunday featured tourney was taken down by Chirag “miyagi” Sodha, an online regular in the Indian poker circuit. He took down the title for a handsome paycheque of INR 5,04,208.

The Bout 10 LAC GTD:

It was Muthukumar “hero1965” Rajagopalan who kicked-off his week walking away with a massive winning prize of INR 2,40,006. He has been around in the domestic online poker circuit with a handful of big cashes and deep runs.

The Endeavour 15 LAC GTD:

The Endeavour was shipped by Ashutosh “indianpro” Pandey for a top prize of INR 3,15,000. He is another regular on the PokerBaazi felts. Indianpro’s other major cashes on PokerBaazi includes making it to the final table of 2 Cr GTD Game Changer. He secured 7th position and walked away with INR 6,00,543!

The Vegas 10 LAC GTD:

This INR 3300 Buy-In tourney was taken down by Jairam “Tiburon” Parab for a payday of INR 2,21,341. Tiburon too is a regular in the community. One of his major deep runs includes posting a score at 2018 WPT India Series.

The Summit SuperStack Turbo 15 LAC GTD:

It was a great show at the PokerBaazi felts as many poker pros were in attendance last night. Ashish “OMG_spew” Munot seized this tourney for a paycheque of INR 3,82,950. OMG_spew’s other major win was securing 6th position in Game Changer (2 Cr GTD) walking away with INR 8,30,940.

Our Baazigars make us proud every day. Keep shining and keep winning. We wish you all the luck!

The Biggest-Ever World Series of Poker

According to the latest updates, the 50th World Series of Poker (WSOP) is hosting the biggest player field any live poker tournament has hosted so far.  It is also expected that there will be the largest-ever Indian cadre on the 2019 WSOP felts and they are not far behind in the biggies. We are proud to announce that they are all doing a phenomenal job!

Here’s a brief recap of the 50th World Series of Poker (WSOP) from May 30th to June 11:

May 30

Event #3 (Big 50- $500 No-Limit Hold’em): The first starting flight registered a gigantic player field of 6,148 players. Looking at the numbers, this event could soon be deemed as the biggest WSOP event. The second flight saw 1,620 players returning to the tables with Italian Cosimo Bisgno (932,000) in the lead.

From the Indian team, a total of nine players made it to Day 2A with Vivek Rughani (487,000) taking the lead.

Player

Chip Count

Vivek Rughani

487,000

Paawan Bansal

342,000

Abhinav Iyer

298,000

Kunal Patni

265,000

Deepak Bothra

232,000

Sriharsha Doddapaneni

219,000

Dhawal Lachhwani

94,000

Nipun Java

87,000

Aman Kejriwal

56,000

 

May 31

Event #3 (Big 50- $500 No-Limit Hold’em): Day 1B and Day 2A were rolling out simultaneously. Five Indians managed to enter Day 2B from Day 1B with Siddharth Mundada (509,000) in the lead.

Player

Chip Count

Siddharth Mundada

509,000

Nishant Sharma

477,000

Romit Advani

343,000

Ronak Vyas

232,000

Muskan Sethi

145,000

 

The first two Indian pros who made it to Day 3 were Vivek Rughani (1,035,000) and Dhawal Lachhwani (325,000) both entering from Day 2A.

June 1

Event #3 (Big 50- $500 No-Limit Hold’em): June 1st saw the third starting flight of the event adding up to a colossal field of 13,782 entries (approx.).

Just like the second flight, Day 1C and Day 2B were running at the same time. Following are the five Indians who qualified for Day 2C from Day 1C:

Player

Chip Counts

Kunal Patni

404,000

Sriharsha Doddapaneni

330,000

Prashray Rai

330,000

Kartik Ved

247,000

Deepak Bothra

148,000

 

Among these top five, only two of them made it to Day 3: Nishant Sharma (1,180,000), and Romit Advani (1,090,000).

June 2

Event #3 (Big 50- $500 No-Limit Hold’em): Day 1D was the last starting flight of the BIG 50 and according to the expectations it attracted a field of 9,171 players.

It was Andrei Khosh (970,000) who bested the 2,103 surviving players of Day 1D and Sikander Rajwade led the four Indians who made it to Day 2D.

Player

Chip Count

Sikander Rajwade

434,000

Shravan Chhabria

114,000

Nipun Java

92,000

Raghav Bansal

59,000

 

The survivors of Day 1C were namely Kunal Patni (404,000), Sriharsha Doddapaneni (330,000), Prashray Rai (330,000), Kartik Ved (247,000), and Deepak Bothra (148,000) who later joined the others on Day 2C.

By this time, Nishant Sharma (1,180,000), Romit Advani (1,090,000), Vivek Rughani (1,035,000), and Dhawal Lachhwani (325,000) had already qualified for Day 3. They were joined by the rest of the Indian players from Day 2C and Day 2D later.

Event #9 ($600 No-Limit Hold’em Deepstack): The most-renowned Indian pros Aditya Sushant (679,000) and Paawan Bansal (464,000) booked their slots in Day 2. Others from the Indian team who won their WSOP scores were Raghav Bansal (771st for $923 – ₹63,934) and Gokul Parvathaneni (834th for $923 -₹63,934).

June 3

Event #3 (Big 50- $500 No-Limit Hold’em): Day 2C opened with 1,504 survivors from Day 1C. The numbers eventually whittled down to 404. Among the survivors who entered Day 3 later were two Indians namely, Kartik Ved (1,150,000) and Deepak Bothra (400,000).

A few others who made it in the money were Prashray Rai (442nd for $1,361 – ₹94,279), Chakshu Raina (557th for $1,102 – ₹76,338) and Kunal Patni (876th for $797 – ₹55,210).

Event #9 ($600 No-Limit Hold’em Deepstack): Towards the end of Day 1, only two Indian pros survived in the game namely, Aditya Sushant (679,000) and Paawan Bansal (464,000).

This event was one of those ones in which the money flew right from Day 1 itself. Raghav Bansal (771st for $923 – ₹63,934) and Gokul Parvathaneni (834th for $923 – ₹63,934) both made it to the money.

June 4

Event #3 (Big 50- $500 No-Limit Hold’em): Day 2D witnessed only Shravan Chhabria (1,195,000) making it to Day 3. At this point, he led a group of seven Indian pros who entered Day 3 eventually.

The remaining Indian players who walked away with cashes were Sikander Rajwade (1,128th for $821 – ₹56,893) and Nipun Java (1,173rd for $782 – ₹54,190).

Event #9 ($600 No-Limit Hold’em Deepstack): 582 players started off in hopes of reaching the final table among these were Team India’s players Paawan Bansal (145th for $2,603 – ₹1.80 Lakhs) and Aditya Sushant (229th for $1,973 – ₹1.36 Lakhs) who were  later sent to the rails.

Event #12 ($1,000 No-Limit Hold’em Super Turbo Bounty): The event rolled out successfully with 2,452 entrants. Team India’s pros who posted scores in this super-fast event were Kartik Ved (110th for $1,598 ~₹1.10 Lakhs), Siddharth Mundada (151st for $1,423 ~₹98,649), Mayukh Ghosh (205th for $1,281~₹88,805) and Vivek Rughani (213th for $1,281~₹88,805).

Others who left empty-handed were Aditya AgarwalMuskan Sethi, and 2018 WPT Vietnam Main Event winner Dhaval Mudgal.

June 5

Event #3 (Big 50- $500 No-Limit Hold’em): Out of the 127 surviving players, the only Indians who made it to Day 4 were Shravan Chhabria (11,775,000) and  Kartik Ved (7,875,000).

The others who made it to the money were Nishant Sharma (215th for $6,054 – ₹4.19 Lakhs), Romit Advani (292nd for $6,054 – ₹4.19 Lakhs), Vivek Rughani (665th for $3,273 – ₹2.26 Lakhs), Dhawal Lachhwani (721st for $2,850 – ₹1.91 Lakhs) and Deepak Bothra (1,090th for $1,953 – ₹1.35 Lakhs).

Event#16 ($1,500 No-Limit Hold’em 6-Handed): Among the field of 1,832 players, the Indian players who made it to Day 2 were Ashish Ahuja (237,500) in the lead, Siddharth Mundada (225,000), Nipun Java (137,500) and Sriharsha Doddapaneni (45,000).

Event#9: $600 No-Limit Hold ‘em Deepstack: With Jeremy Pekarek leading a field of 6,151 players, two Indians who posted scores in the event were Paawan Bansal (145th for $2,603 – ₹1.80 Lakhs) and Aditya Sushant (229th for $1,973 – ₹1.36 Lakhs).

June 6

Event #3 (Big 50- $500 No-Limit Hold’em): Only 7 players remained out of the 127 player field for Day 4. Two of the Indian players who walked home with hefty amounts were Shravan Chhabria who finished at 18th place for $53,714 (~₹37.26 Lakhs), and Ved exited in 29th place for $34,279 (~₹23.77 Lakhs). This called off the event for the Indian cadre.

Event #16 ($1,500 NLHE 6- Handed): Day 2 witnessed all the four Indian pros finishing in the money. Nipun Java finished at 78th position for $4,290 (~₹2.98 Lakhs), Ashish Ahuja secured 142nd position for $2,742 – ₹1.90 Lakhs, Siddharth Mundada secured 236th place for $2,265 – ₹1.57 Lakhs, and Sriharsha Doddapaneni finished at 239th place for $2,265 – ₹1.57 Lakhs.

June 7

Event#16 ($1,500 NLHE 6- Handed): A massive field of 1,832 players was created which later shrank to 21 as Day 3 began. This eventually created the seven-handed final table.

It was American pro Isaac Baron and Singapore’s Ong Dingxiang who had a heads-up battle which was later halted.

On Day 2, four Indians made it to the money namely, Nipun Java (78th for $4,290 – ₹2.98 Lakhs), Ashish Ahuja (142nd for $2,742 – ₹1.90 Lakhs), Siddharth Mundada (236th for $2,265 – ₹1.57 Lakhs) and Sriharsha Doddapaneni (239th place for $2,265 – ₹1.57 Lakhs). This concluded the event for Team India.

Event#19 (Millionaire Maker: $1,500 No-Limit Hold ‘em): This event is one of the most-awaited events every year during the WSOP and as expected a huge group of Indian pros registered themselves for it. The players who made it to Day 2 were Ashish Ahuja (238,900), Neel Joshi (195,900), Abhishek Goindi (165,200), Romit Advani (117,300) and Vivek Rughani (65,100).

June 8

Event#19 (Millionaire Maker: $1,500 No-Limit Hold ‘em): After the roll out of Day 1A and Day 1B, a total of 14 Indian pros made it to Day 2.

Seasoned pro and APT 2019 Vietnam Main Event Winner Abhinav Iyer lead the group with a chip count of 299,900.

Others who made it to Day 2 were Deepak Bothra (233,800), Sriharsha Doddapaneni (211,500), Raghav Bansal (117,800), India’s first WSOP bracelet champion Aditya Sushant (116,700), Vinod Megalmani (110,000), Prashray Rai (97,000), 2-time WSOP bracelet winner Nipun Java (96,700) and Muskan Sethi (78,500).

Player

Flight

Chip Counts

Abhinav Iyer

Day 1B

299,900

Ashish Ahuja

Day 1A

238,900

Deepak Bothra

Day 1B

233,800

Sriharsha Doddapaneni

Day 1B

211,500

Neel Joshi

Day 1A

195,900

Abhishek Goindi

Day 1A

165,200

Raghav Bansal

Day 1B

117,800

Romit Advani

Day 1A

117,300

Aditya Sushant

Day 1B

116,700

Vinod Megalmani

Day 1B

110,000

 

June 9

Event#19 (Millionaire Maker: $1,500 No-Limit Hold ‘em):  Day 2 began with a total of 2,269 entrants which later came down to 309. Among the 14 Indian players, only 2 of them made it to Day 3 namely, Ashish Ahuja (996,000) and Abhinav Iyer (381,500).

Out of the remaining 12 players seven of them finished in the money. They were:

 

Player

 

Finish

 

Prize Money (USD-INR)

Deepak Bothra

382nd

$5,144 – ₹3.57 Lakhs

Abhishek Goindi

484th

$4,106 – ₹2.85 Lakhs

Neel Joshi

534th

$4,106 – ₹2.85 Lakhs

Raghav Bansal

757th

$3,113 – ₹2.16 Lakhs

Aditya Sushant

946th

$2,699 – ₹1.87 Lakhs

Vivek Rughani

1,101th

$2,421 – ₹1.68 Lakhs

Sriharsha Doddapaneni

1,217th

$2,324 – ₹1.61 Lakhs

 

Event#22 ($1,000 Double Stack NLHE): The event kicked-off with a field of 3,253 players which later came down to 430. Among the qualifiers entering Day 2 were Paawan Bansal (612,000), Sriharsha Doddapaneni (493,000) and Romit Advani (294,000).

June 10

Event#19 (Millionaire Maker: $1,500 No-Limit Hold ‘em): The last two Indian players Ashish Ahuja (133rd for $8,893 – ₹6.17 Lakhs) and Young Gun Abhinav Iyer (274th for $6,657 -₹4.61 Lakhs) competing on Day 3 got busted out. This increased the total number of payouts for Team India to nine.

Player

Finish

Prize Money (USD-INR)

Deepak Bothra

382nd

$5,144 – ₹3.57 Lakhs

Abhishek Goindi

484th

$4,106 – ₹2.85 Lakhs

Neel Joshi

534th

$4,106 – ₹2.85 Lakhs

Raghav Bansal

757th

$3,113 – ₹2.16 Lakhs

Aditya Sushant

946th

$2,699 – ₹1.87 Lakhs

Vivek Rughani

1,101th

$2,421 – ₹1.68 Lakhs

Sriharsha Doddapaneni

1,217th

$2,324 – ₹1.61 Lakhs

Abhinav Iyer

274th

$6,657 -₹4.61 Lakhs

Ashish Ahuja

133rd

$8,893 - ₹6.17 Lakhs

 

Event#22 ($1,000 Double Stack NLH): Day 2 of the event witnessed three Indians busting in the money namely, Paawan Bansal ($4,385 -₹3.04 Lakhs), Sriharsha Doddapaneni ($7,582 -₹5.26 Lakhs) and Romit Advani ($2,742 -₹1.90 Lakhs).

Event #25 ($600 PLO Deep Stack): Among the 215 players who made it to Day 2 are two Indians namely, Deepak Bothra (406,000), and Abhishek Goindi (312,000). Vivek Rughani on the hand busted out securing 294th place ($1,026 -₹71,260).

Event #26 (The Marathon $2,620 NLHE): One of the most-anticipated event, The Marathon kicked off on June 10. The field shrank from 941 entries to 467 among which there were six Indians furthering their participation in the WSOP namely, Abhinav Iyer (96,200), Sriharsha Doddapaneni (72,100), Raghav Bansal (42,500), Nishant Sharma (35,100), Aditya Sushant (32,700), and Paawan Bansal (8,500).`

June 11

Event #26 (The Marathon $2,620 NLHE): Among the six Indian survivors who entered Day 2, only Abhinav Iyer (270,400) made it to Day 3. The rest of the Indian pros namely Sriharsha DoddapaneniRaghav BansalNishant SharmaAditya Sushant, and Paawan Bansal hit the rails out of the money line.

Event #28 ($1,000 No-Limit Hold’em – Day 1): Day 1 kick-started with 2,477 players, out of which only 346 players made it to Day 2. Among these were six of our countrymen namely, Yudhishter Jaswal (207,000), Paawan Bansal (176,000), Ashish Ahuja (126,500), Nipun Java (55,000), Muskan Sethi (50,000) and Aditya Sushant (45,500).

As expected WSOP 2019 is all about action and we are excited and glad to report about our country’s representatives who are making us all proud by their massive winnings.

All the best Team India!

Baazi Grinders Series (June 3- 9) Sum Up

We, at PokerBaazi, have always been instrumental in supporting the rising stars of the domestic online poker circuit. Baazi Grinders Series, our monthly featured online tournament series fulfills our goal of enabling the new players to win from massive guarantees, all while spending small Buy-Ins.

Baazi Grinders Series (40 LAC GTD) rolled out its June Edition between June 3 and June 9 with Buy-Ins starting from only INR 50. It boasted guarantees ranging between INR 15,000 to INR 5 LAC. We were proud to host several new players who outshined even the popular professional players on the tables.

While there were many rookies in the field, some of the familiar ones were:

  • Pritam “PRITAMROCKON” Dhokane seized the winning prize of INR 18,905 by taking down the 2 LAC GTD tournament on Day 6. Consistency is the key to ace in LeaderBoard Standings. Dhokane secured the first position and became INR 1 LAC richer by having that consistency!
  • Vinay “vinay09” Rajpal shipped the 60K GTD tournament on Day 5 for the top prize of INR 14,742. He also secured the second position in the LeaderBoard Standings walking away with INR 70,000.
  • Shefali “YOUNGGUN” Garg another known name in the Indian online poker circuit secured 7th position taking home INR 10,000!

The Main Event of the tournament series featured a guaranteed prize pool of INR 5 LAC with a Buy-In of only INR 1100. The player who took down the top prize was Santosh Kumar “DREX7” Tantu who became INR 1,07,642 richer! During the June Edition of Grinders Series, there were several poker pros on the felts, however, the new players stole the show evidently.

PokerBaazi feels privileged to be able to offer a huge array of tournaments that cater to all kinds of players (low-stakes, mid-stakes and high-stakes). We offer guarantees as massive as INR 3.77 CRORE and as small as INR 1000 and Baazi Grinders Series is just another testament of the same.

What’s in store?

PokerBaazi is hosting Free Entry Tournaments which feature a monthly guaranteed prize pool of INR 40 LAC along with Leaderboard Prizes such as OnePlus 6T, Amazon Echo and JBL headphones. In addition, there are our daily featured tournaments which promise a minimum guarantee of INR 10 LAC!

Apart from this, we also have a surprise for all our players which will be revealed soon. So stay tuned!

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