Another big Sunday concluded on India’s largest poker site-Adda52.com with two high value tournaments-Adda52 Millions and Sunday Suits taking place. The biggest event of the day was the Adda52 Millions, which guaranteed a whopping ₹15 Lakhs GTD. After several hours of grueling action, it was India’s ace player Shravan ‘sweatmyass13’Chhabria who took down this event for 4,27,500. He beat the well-known Rajat ‘Oshoswami’ Sharma in heads-up. Rajat pocketed 2,70,000 for his 2nd place finish. The top 15 players were paid out in this event with min-cash of ₹18750.

When asked about his grand win, Shravan said, “ It feels good to ship the Adda52 Millions. It was fun playing last few tables with lots of friends still in the mix. Looking forward to the next one.”

On the last hand of the tournament of the tournament when the blinds were running 45,000/90,000, sweatmyass13 pushed all-in with   from the small blind and was called, with  , by Oshoswami from the big blind. The board ran out     , giving sweatmyass13 a winning straight to beat ‘Oshoswami’ and to take down the coveted title.

 Final Table Payouts (INR):

sweatmyass13 427500
Oshoswami 270000
zillastar 195000
kornkif 153750
Hammer_Head 112500
Chidu 82500
orionn7 56250
Hellbaron 45000
sumit4game 33750


Anandan ‘Dad_of_Poker’ Murugesan Takes Down Sunday Suits for INR 260000

The second big tournament on Sunday was the Sunday Suits wherein 239 entrants took to battle out for ₹10 Lakhs GTD in the guaranteed prize pool and outlasting them was AnandanDad_of_Poker’ Murugesan who beat Shankar ‘Shanaggi1’ Agarwal in the heads-up battle to take home the 1st place prize money of 2,60,000. Shankar ‘Shanaggi1’ Agarwal walked away with a cool 1,65,000 in prize money. The top27 players were paid out in this tournament with a min-cash of ₹6000.

The last hand of the tournament came with blinds running 35,000/70,000. The action opened with shanaggi1 moving all-in with   and Dad_of_Poker holding   made a quick call. The board was     . As shanaggi1 got no help from the board, Dad_of_Poker won the title with 2 pairs.

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