Feb 21, 2018

Online poker games have recently taken the poker community by a storm with heavy rewarding promotions, the crazy impact of which has attracted a huge mass in India. The home-grown poker portal, PokerBaazi.com, never fails to keep a strong grip over the interest of its Baazigars; instead takes every step to increase it with each passing day. Realizing the need for poker lovers, the website frequently organizes grand online poker tournaments to turn the boring days into big paydays.

Pokerbaazi.com is ready to host its next big promotion- The Grinder Series!

Grinder Series is scheduled to be hosted from the 11th to 17th of Dec 2017. Get ready for the poker marathon as each day promises to give you some surprising guarantees and rewards.

The seven-day running event features 42 tournaments altogether. The series also features 2 grand events. These are the Small Ball Highroller Event and the Main Event, both having a 5 LAC guarantee each!

The series comes with a highlight because it turns into a grinder’s paradise in the GOLD EDITION this time! The Grinders Series, which is usually a 3-day long series having small to medium buyin ranges for grinders to play and win big, comes with a 7-day long schedule in this edition. An enormous guarantee of 40 LAC is something which you cannot stand to miss. Additionally, the edition also carries leaderboard rewards worth 3 LAC with 1 LAC reserved for the winner.

For the amateur poker players who have just begun their poker journey, this is the right platform where they can start off their journey. With small bankroll get a perfect lead, try your skills in the Grinder Series!

PokerBaazi.com brings you a chance to live your dream with a meagre investment of Rs 33 in form of daily satellite tournaments. Play to win some gigantic prize amount. Furthermore, you can use deposit code GSGOLD and get a free ticket to the main event, 10% extra real cash bonus up to 5000, and 50% extra unclaimed bonus up to 25000. 

 

Check out the Baazi Grinders Series Gold Edition Schedule here: https://www.pokerbaazi.com/promotions/baazi-grinders-series

 

It is correctly said that it takes a minute to learn poker games, but a lifetime to master. Very few people have both immediate and long-term success from the moment they first sit down at the table. Instead, most beginners make huge blunders that cost them noteworthy money.

This article explains some of the common flaws that amateur poker players make so that you are on the road to poker mastery.

Most amateurs think they are much better at poker than they truly are. This perception is likely because most people who stick with poker for any prolonged period of time, experience at least some level of success. Very few people keep playing if they lose the first 20 tournaments they enter. Those players quit and move on to something else.

The people who experience immediate short-term success are the ones who keep playing. This initial success leads most amateurs to be overconfident in their skills. Instead of working hard to polish their skills at the poker table, they assume they must be great and don’t doubt their skills.

If you want to turn out to be an excellent poker player, it is important that you must realize that you have to spend your time at the table persistently, paying attention. As soon as you stop studying, your opponents will quickly pass you by and you might find yourself at the edge.

Most amateurs develop a default poker strategy, and stick to it – they tend to develop their strategies based on what they are comfortable with. This situation usually leads them to almost never bluff or constantly bluff, based on the opponents they frequently play against. They also tend to think in definitive statements, such as “I always raise with top pair”, “I always hit my straight draws” or “Fred always bluffs”.

Do not let your emotions influence your strategy. One more common mistake that amateur poker players make is that they usually play online poker games much too large for their bankroll. The sooner you stop thinking emotionally while playing poker, the better. It is a fact that people who take their opponents’ actions personally do worse than those who simply make the best possible play in each situation.

If you find yourself in a situation when someone continuously re-raises you, you should figure out some strategy to overcome the situation and implement it to take advantage of their aggression, instead of getting annoyed.

You should also try to identify what precisely makes each specific opponent nervous. Making basic reads such as “he is breathing heavily, so he must have a strong hand” and “he is blinking a lot, so he must be bluffing” will only take you so far.

For example, some players get jumpy when they know they are going to win a huge pot while others get excited when running a massive bluff because they're afraid they are going to lose a huge pot. While both players may appear excited, it is for completely different reasons.

Keep in mind these few habits that amateur poker players often exhibit and thus, you’re your strategies accordingly to win more fortune and titles.

 

 

 

 

The PokerBaazi Premier League Winter’17 Edition concluded yesterday with the last flight of tournaments including the 60 Lac guaranteed Main Event. Here’s a look at the results of yesterday’s events along with the final standings of the Leaderboard and Fantasy League.

 

The 1 Lac Re-entry event kicked off yesterday’s action with a field of 127 players and a total prize pool of INR 1,21,500. Head’s up action saw Rubin ‘kornkid’ Labroo defeat ‘ideatheatre11’ for the win and a score of INR 26,730.

Event 27: 5 Lac Deeptrack Turbo               

The next event of the day was the 5 Lac guaranteed Deepstack Turbo event which attracted a field of 152 players taking the total prize pool to INR 6,35,000. ‘ragesh91’ came out on top of the field with a first-place finish for INR 1,33,350 followed by ‘Zombiefish’ in second place.

Event 28: 3 Lac Turbo RE

The 3 Lac guaranteed Turbo re-entry event roped in 147 players and was once again won by Rubin ‘kornkid’ Labroo who received INR 63,000 for his efforts. Runner-up in this event was ‘singhdgreat’.

Event 29: 60 Lac Main EventEvent 26: 1 Lac RE

The highlight of the Series, this event boasted a guaranteed prize pool of INR 60 LAC and 15 LAC to the winner! It took a little under 10 hours to crown the winner, champion of the PPL Winter Edition Main Event – Rohit ‘Allin47’ Mittal, who wins himself INR 16.35 LAC in addition to the title! Huge congratulations from Team PokerBaazi! The runner-up of this event was Rubin ‘kornkid’ Labroo, who enjoyed a brilliant day on the felts with consistent finishes in every event. He received a sweet score of INR 9.6 LAC for his efforts!

Event 30: 10 Lac FO

The 10 LAC guaranteed Freezeout event was next in line and attracted a field of 163 players. First place and INR 2.02 LAC was claimed by ‘CornerPocket’, who defeated ‘intervntion’ heads up.

Event 31: 2 Lac Turbo RE

 The trademark Hangover’ event wrapped up this edition of the PokerBaazi Premier League Winter’17 Edition. 124 players took a shot at this event with a total prize pool of INR 2.08 LAC, and it was Eka ’gettingthere’ Vedhantham who beat ‘rampage863’ heads up for the win and a prize of INR 45,760.

Congratulations to all the winners of the events all through this edition of the PPL. The series was a great success and saw a brilliant week of poker. The leaderboard race heated up towards the end and it was Rubin ’kornkid Labroo who sealed the deal with some great scores and consistent performance throughout the series. He wins himself INR 3 LAC for finishing on top of the table, and of course the title of ‘Baazigar of the Series’! Congratulations Rubin! This also wraps up standings for the Fantasy League Standings, which was won by Team ‘Ghosts’ with 11, 901 points. Congratulations!

Check out the final Leaderboard standings on the links below:

Leaderboard: https://www.pokerbaazi.com/ppl-leaderboard

Fantasy League: https://www.pokerbaazi.com/fantasy-leaderboard#

We would like to thank each and every Baazigar for making this edition of the PokerBaazi Premier League a grand success, and would once again like to congratulate the winners! See you next season!

 

The third day of the 2.6 Crore Guaranteed PokerBaazi Premier League Winter'17 Edition saw a total of 5 events and was highlighted by the 50 Lac guaranteed High-roller event. Let’s take a look at how things unfolded in yesterday’s action.

Event 11: 1 Lac R+A

The first event of the day was the 1 Lac guaranteed Rebuy/Add-on event, which attracted 142 unique entries increasing the prize- pool by nearly 50% to INR 1,42,000. ‘Ohno’ defeated ‘usermane’ heads up to take down the event along with a score of INR 29,925.

Event 12: 1.5 Lac RE

The 1.5 Lac guaranteed Re-entry event was the second of the evening, and roped in 147 unique entries with 139 re-entries. Pole position rewarded INR 31,500, and it was ‘gangajal’ who defeated ‘Hades’ heads up to ship this event.

Event 13: 5 Lac Deepstack Turbo              

The 5 Lac guaranteed deepstack turbo event attracted 156 entries along with 92 re-entries, taking the total prize pool to INR 6,20,000. ‘lokpok’ found himself heads up againt ‘sherkhan88’ and managed to win the event along with a hefty payday of INR 1,25,550.

Event 14: 50 Lac High-roller

The biggest event of the day, this 50 Lac guaranteed 6-max high-roller consisted of 146 of the toughest players in the country battling it out for the title of Highroller champion and the jaw-dropping first place prize of INR 10.55 Lac. 55 Re-entries to this event saw the prize pool sum up to INR 50,20,000. A little under 11 hours later, we had our champion – PokerBaazi Team PRO Abhishek Panda defeated ‘OMG_spew’ heads up to seal the deal and title of the PPL Winter Edition High-roller event.

Event 15: 1 Lac Turbo FO

The I Lac guaranteed Turbo Freeze-out event was the last one for Day 3, and attracted 181 entries totaling to a prize pool of INR 1,08,600. ‘FishermanR’ once again finds himself on top of the field, defeating ‘BAZIGAAR’ heads up for the win and a payday of INR 21,720.

Congratulations to all the winner of Day 3!

Day 4 will kick off at 3 pm today and is headlined by the 25 Lac guaranteed PLO High-roller event.

Check out the complete schedule along with the Leaderboard standings in the links below:

Schedule: https://www.pokerbaazi.com/ppl

Leaderboard: https://www.pokerbaazi.com/ppl-leaderboard

Fantasy League: https://www.pokerbaazi.com/fantasy-leaderboard#

Good luck to all the Baazigars for Day 4 and the PLO High-roller event!

 

Day 2 of the PokerBaazi Premier League Winter Edition concluded with events 6-10 yesterday. Let’s take a look at the winners.

Event 6: 1.5 Lac Turbo RE

The Day kicked off with this turbo re-entry event which brought in 174 entries (+198 RE) and a total prize pool of INR 1,86,000. Heads up saw ‘ChubbyGhost’ and ‘Intruder’ battle it out for the win and INR 37,200, and it was the former that came out on top, winning some valuable leaderboard points in the process. ‘Intruder’ received INR 27,900 for his second-place finish.

Event 7: 2 Lac R+A

This Rebuy Add-on tournament was the second event of the day and attracted 144 unique entries with a top prize of INR 42,000. ‘Rithiktawari’ defeated ‘007Bahubali’ heads up to take down the event and open his account with some leaderboard points.

Event 8: 2 Lac PLO           

The 6-max PLO event was the third event of the day and roped in 119 entries (+124 RE) taking the total prize pool to INR 2,43,000. It took a little under 5 hours to get to heads-up play, which saw well known ‘sherlock52’ take on ‘gangajal’ for the win. It was eventually ‘gangajal’ who came out on top, securing some valuable leaderboard points and INR 53,460 in the process.

Event 9: 10 Lac Deepstack FO

This Deepstack Freeze-out event was the highlight of Day 2 and attracted 204 players pushing the total prize pool up to INR 10,20,000. The event took nearly 7 hours to conclude, and heads up play saw ‘Wraithlord’ defeat ‘griezmann’ to take down the event and a hefty payday of INR 1,98,900. ‘griezmann’ received INR 1,47,900 for his second-place finish.

Event 10: 3 Lac R+A

The final event of the day was the 3 Lac guaranteed 6-max rebuy add-on event, which saw 185 unique entries playing for a total prize pool of INR 3,15,000. It was eventually ‘Manali_Cream’ who took down the event, defeating ‘Ziigmund’ in the heads-up battle and winning himself INR 63,000.

Congratulations to all the winners of Day 2!

Get ready for a thrilling Day 3 which kicks off at 3 pm today and is headlined by the 50 Lac guaranteed High-roller event later this evening. Satellites to the event are running so take your shot -the event is expected to be massive!

Check out the complete schedule along with the Leaderboard standings in the links below:

Schedule: https://www.pokerbaazi.com/ppl

Leaderboard: https://www.pokerbaazi.com/ppl-leaderboard

Fantasy League: https://www.pokerbaazi.com/fantasy-leaderboard#

Good luck to all the Baazigars for Day 3 and the High-roller event!

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