The January month of the Go Crazy Promotion ended on a successful note with 21 events coming to their conclusion and players shipping big titles along with the exciting prizes. Thursday night saw the 20 Lac GTD tournament- Godfather, which marked the end of the Go Crazy Leaderboard -I, which found a winner in the Mumbai-based poker player- Shravan Chhabria aka ‘sweatmyass13’, who was awarded INR 7.5 Lac and a DPT Main Event ticket. The 20 Lac GTD event – Godfather drew a record field of 374 entries and outlasting them was Sanjay Khanna aka ‘sanjaykotak75’, who beat none other than the leaderboard topper- Shravan Chhabria and bagged INR 5,20,000 for his win.
On the last hand of the tourney, ‘sanjaykotak75’ in the big blind held 10s-Qh, while ‘sweatmyass13’ had Kh-4d in the small blind. After the flop reading Qd-8d-4s, ‘sweatmyass13’ moved all-in on the turn-Ad and ‘sanjaykotak75’ called. The river was Ah where the player ‘sanjaykotak75’ won the hand with two pairs to claim his first Godfather title on adda52.com.
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Mayank ‘dIds6121’Didwania & Kishor ‘kishorvc’ Kumar Win Judwaa Titles
Before Godfather this week in Go Crazy Tourneys saw Judwaa events. The first Judwaa took place on Tuesday and found a champion in Mayank Didwania aka ‘dIds6121’, who won INR 1,52,250 for his efforts. He outlasted a strong field of 203 entries, which generated a prize pool of INR 5,07501. In heads-up, he faced the well-known Sahil ‘Bhaijiii’ Agarwal, who settled for a cool INR 96,425 for his 2nd place finish. A total of 12 places were paid out in this event with a min-cash of INR 8,881 going to the last week’s Godfather winner and Go Crazy Leaderboard runner-up- Tarun ‘aggtarun’ Goyal.
The next Judwaa tourney this week took place on Wednesday and drew 191 entries in total, generating over INR 5 Lac in the prize pool, which was distributed among the top 12 players with a min-cash of INR 8,750. The eventual winner of this event was the online grinder Kishor ‘kishorvc’ Kumar, who beat Surabhi ‘sur2016’ Chauhan in the heads-up battle to take down the title and top prize money of INR 1,50,000. The runner-up Surbahi settled down for INR 95,000 for his efforts.
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