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:
Fantasy League: https://www.pokerbaazi.com/fantasy-leaderboard#
Good luck to all the Baazigars for Day 4 and the PLO High-roller event!
Poker games at times bring you down to situations where players are supposed to come with spontaneous actions, many stressful plays and also requires high concentration.
The ability of decision-making is a key ingredient for the players out there, and this is must be attained. There are many techniques that could be excelled through experience but some that could be attained by your diet.
Poker can help meet all the expectations you list. Apart from that, it provides you entertainment, money, and a way to meet new friends. However, one thing that poker games can’t help you with is staying in shape and enough of energy that a poker player demands.
Poker is a very sedentary activity where people sit around for longer periods of time without burning any calories. To reduce this stress we have motioned a quick healthy routine one should follow in order to keep your brain healthy, focused and working optimally for maximum wins and mastering the Texas hold’em Poker game and other variants of poker too.
Drink a Lot
Well, when it is stated drink a lot, we nowhere mean that players target on hard drinks but normal water, tea or coffee. Drinking a lot of water is important because when you sit at the tables either playing online poker tournaments or the live poker games, it can get your body rejuvenated, also, will keep you awake and much more alert.
For the extra boost and energy, players should stick to tea or coffee as it works well with stress on the heart. Also, players should be aware that the consumption of sodas and fruit juices can lead to high blood sugar then suddenly drop which is due to the high content of sugar that can affect poker playing skills.
Focus on Eating Habits
Aiming to get best poker sequences should be listed second here because the prior thing to think of is a healthy diet first. Why? Because, players are often traveling and living with unhealthy diet – junks all the time. A big no to junks, hands-on healthy food players!
Make sure to have complete meals three times a day. Additionally, eat light snacks in between to refuel your batteries. The players should be eating every couple of hours to maintain the energy levels so that they can focus better.
Make sure that you are having a moderate sized meal before you sit for the game. You will agree to it, eat less as you tend to be more alert when your stomach is not full.
Increase Your Sleep Hours
A tournament can make you sit constantly for 10- 12 hours that too with high concentration and stressful situations. After all, money cannot be piled that easily! Though it’s fun as every poker hand gets intriguing as the time passes, pretty much-indulging things tend to be. To deal with these hard situations, players should make sure that they have a complete round of 8 hours peaceful sleep. Not sleeping properly can bulge you too vague decisions and keep your emotions on an even keel.
Moreover, overdosing can also hurt your performances and lead you to difficult downswings like the unnecessary anger, depression, aggressiveness and uncontrollable emotions.
So, Poker lovers have a balanced blend of sleep, food, and drinks so that you give a splendid performance in the poker table.
The 2.4 Cr PokerBaazi Premier League Special Edition got off to a flyer yesterday with the first 4 events attracting guarantee-crushing numbers! Here are some highlights from yesterday’s action:
Event 1 featured: We kicked off with the 1 Lac GTD RA event which saw “usermane” oust a field of 241 (unique) entries to take down the top prize of Rs 31,647. The runner up of this event was the ever consistent “Amit1Sur”.
Event 2 highlighted: This 1Lac GTD FO tournament offered Rs 138,000 in the total prize pool. The top prize of Rs 26,315 was won by “shove_allin”, with “AnshAA” finishing runner-up.
Event 3 draw out: The highlight of the day, this 15 LAC GTD Deepstack event registered 245 entries battling it out for the top spot and a sweet score of Rs 348,425 in prize money. After over 7 hours of high octane poker, it was “rajjo_” who defeated “VnutsG” in the heads-up battle to be crowned the winner. A special congratulation to our very own Navkiran “baazigar21” Singh for finishing 3rd.
Event 4: The 1 LAC GTD PLO event was the final event of Day 1. This event attracted 133 entries and the GTD prize pool was more than double! The top prize of Rs 47,300 was won by “qazxsw2”, followed by runner up “Pokeraces”.
PokerBaazi would like to congratulate all the winners of Day 1 and wish you the best for the remainder of the PPL Special Edition.
Join us for Day 2 today kicking off at 5 pm and stand a chance to win from the massive 2.4 Cr prize pool! Here are the Leaderboard standings after Day 1: https://www.pokerbaazi.com/ppl7-leaderboard
Good luck Baazigars!
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Au revoir clammy summer and hello quick-witted summertime. Time to put your summer shades on as PokerBaazi.com is here to amplify the super poker action. PokerBaazi invites you to dance to the chip rhythm of the Baazi Summer Carnival 2017.
Baazi Summer Carnival brings you the biggest cash games and tournaments promotions with grand prizes. You won’t only play to win but with PokerBaazi you will assuredly win daily prizes. Seize the sunny chance by completing the targeted number of hands to win daily prizes up to 50,000. You can also play the maximum number of hands to win the weekly and overall leaderboard prizes.
Hey! Stick around because it’s about to get even bigger!!
PokerBaazi has added more and bigger value tournaments to its daily schedule. There will be a separate tournament leaderboard for the tournaments that will be held in the summer carnival. The new additions include:
BAAZI SUMMER CARNIVAL TOURNAMENT LEADERBOARD comes with the attracting two international packages to Macau and Manila reserved for the top two winners.
Wanna know the best part. PokerBaazi antes up the opportunity to all stake players to win big prizes. All carnival cash prizes will be divided into four categories.
So check off the most exquisite poker destinations off your bucket list with PokerBaazi.com. From cash games to various new tournaments, you can win the golden chance to take home packages of LAS VEGAS, MACAU, MANILA, AND THAILAND.
All you have to do to participate is to use the deposit code CARNIVAL.
So come on board with the Baazi Summer Carnival starting 19th June to 13th August 2017.
As we all now, Poker games is a game of skill and there is no set formula to become a master poker player. However, with a few tips and tricks, you can indeed change the game in your favour. You can do this by mastering the art of manipulation which can help you in winning more pots irrespective of the cards you have in your hands. Floating the flop is a move that turns the tables against your opponent by spinning his/her continuation bets to their disadvantage. It is a bluffing technique that needs to be perfected before you attempt it for some obvious reasons.
It is commonly used in every form of Texas Hold’em and considered as an influential poker move. Look out for any weakness by calling your opponent’s bets on a flop with a confidence and make the situation favorable for you. You should have all the vivacious information before you make this move as some players can also fake control of a variety of hands and involves in persistence bets. Seeing that you are liberally calling his bets when you take away the pot from him/her on the turn or river, he may be less inclined to fire continuation bets.
What it simply means?
When an opponent checks on the turn, you make a move that calls a bet on the flop with the only intention of betting with the pot in mind. The biggest benefit of Floating is that you can take a note of what your opponent does in the next round of betting; you can release if he bets and you can attack if he checks. But you also need to remember that if your opponent becomes aware that you are betting most turns that he checks, then he might begin defending himself against the float. So, utilize it smartly with moderation.
What to remember?