The National Poker Series Day 6 Round-Up

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The National Poker Series Day 6 Round-Up

The National Poker Series worth INR 15 Crores GTD kicked-off on 13th June on PokerBaazi and we’re already past Day 6 of the series. It’s time to look back at who made the biggest impact on Day 6 of the NPS! 

  • NPS#33 DST (7-MAX) 2.5 LAC GTD (RE)

The first event of the NPS Day 6 was the NPS#33 DST 7-Max 2.5 LAC GTD (RE) event. The tournament received a total of 1,194 entries creating a prize pool of INR 7,14,600 with a min. cash of INR 1,003 and 135 places paid. The first 3-way deal took place for the first time in the NPS!  

Also See: The National Poker Series Day 5 Round-Up

Suman ‘Molik06’ Saraswat shipped the event and earned himself a payout of INR 89,809! Anonymous ID, ‘Wahi77’ finished in second place and earned himself a payout of INR 74,775! Anonymous ID, ‘TigerGemini1974’ finished in third position for a payout of INR 95,183. All players receive Gold, Silver and Bronze medals respectively.

  • NPS#34 NPS GOLDEN RUSH 1 CR GTD (FLIGHT 1F)

The second event of the day was none other than the NPS Golden Rush 1CR. GTD Flight 1F! The fourth flight of the high value tournament received a total of 1,353 entries from which 135 players were able to survive 27 levels and earn their spots on the all important Day 2 of the Golden Rush. Here are the top 10 finishers from Flight 1F of the Golden Rush:

NPS#8 NPS GOLDEN RUSH 1 CR GTD (FLIGHT 1F)
RANK USERNAME CHIP COUNT
1 iamhorizon 6.02L
2 1diot 5.52L
3 Killar90 5.15L
4 CARDashian66 4.47L
5 snickers21 4.47L
6 wolfofwasseypur 4.22L
7 callmeifyoucan 4.19L
8 neverfoldlaundry 3.81L
9 Naazgul 3.63L
10 Seven4 3.37L

  • NPS#35 KNOCKOUT 5 LAC GTD (RE)

Next up on NPS Day 6 was the NPS#35 Knockout 5 LAC GTD  (RE) event. The tournament received a total of 664 entries creating a prize pool of INR 6,64,000 with a min. cash of INR 1,660 and 81 places paid.

Also See: The National Poker Series Day 4 Round-Up

Bhanu ‘Chennaino1’ Prakash shipped the event and earned himself a payout of INR 1,22,641! Anonymous ID, ‘Nirvana20’ finished in second place and earned himself a payout of INR 85,988! Kunal ‘callmeifyoucan’ Yadav finished in third position for a payout of INR 55,444.

  • NPS#36 NPS SUPER HIGHROLLER 1 CR GTD

The feature event of the day was the INR 1CR. GTD The Super Highroller event!  The massive tournament received a total of 379 entries, creating a prize pool of INR 1,13,70,000 with a min. cash of INR 63,672 and 45 places paid.

Anonymous ID, ‘Pkiller28’ shipped the massive event for a payout of INR 23,87,700! Ankit ‘d00mtr00p3r’ Wadhavan came 2nd for a payout of INR 16,71,390 while Manish ‘thekid’ Lakhotia got the bronze for a payout of INR 10,74,465! All players receive Gold, Silver and Bronze medals respectively.

Also See: The National Poker Series Day 3 Round-Up

  • NPS#37 MARATHON 15 LAC GTD (RE)

The penultimate event of Day 6 was the Marathon 15L GTD event. The tournament received a total of 911 entries, creating a prize pool of INR 27,33,000, 108 places paid and a min. cash of INR 4,646.

Anonymous ID, ‘Kritagya_17’ shipped the event for a payout of INR 4,78,275! ‘Elefante’ finished in 2nd place for payout of INR 3,35,066 while Aditya ‘adit11’ Kulkarni finished in third place for INR 2,16,727! All players will receive gold, silver and bronze medals respectively.

  • NPS#38 HYPER SPRINT 5 LAC GTD (RE)

The final event of Day 6 of the NPS was the 5L GTD Sprint event. The tournament received a total of 700 entries creating a prize pool of INR 8,75,000 with a min. cash of INR 2,187 and 81 places paid. Another 3-way deal took place in the final event of Day 6! 

Also See: The National Poker Series Day 2 Round-Up

‘SatyenTrehan’ shipped the event and earned themselves a payout of INR 1,16,996! ‘Freakweird0’ finished in second place and earned themselves a payout of INR 1,15,101! ‘Redstriker’ finished in third position for a payout of INR 1,15,891. All players receive Gold, Silver and Bronze medals respectively. 

So, that was how Day 6 of the National Poker Series panned out! Congratulations to all the winners and everyone who finished in Top 3 and made it to Day 2 of the multi-flight events. The battle for India’s first poker gold medalist is beginning to take shape with only 9 more days of poker to be played. 

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