Godfather happens to be one of the biggest guaranteed online poker tournaments on adda52.com. The INR 5,500 buy-in event takes place every Thursday and features a whopping INR 20 Lac GTD prizepool. It is usually a great pride to win Godfather. Last night, it was the well-known pro Kavish Kukreja aka ‘narcoss’ who emerged victorious after outlasting a strong field of 377 entries. Kukreja eventually defeated Ankit Agarwal aka ‘ankitag182000’ in heads-up to win the title for INR 5 Lac.
The final table of the last night’s Godfather was full of notables and included the likes of Sajal Gupta (3rd for INR 1,60,000), the rising poker talent – Pranay Chawla (5th for INR 1,08,000), Kartik Ved (6th for INR 75,000), Ritam Bhattacharya (7th for INR 60,000) and Sumit Sapra (9th for INR 40,000).
Top 38 finishers were paid with a min-cash of INR 12K and some notables among them were Karan Radia (10th), Ayan Ray (11th), Neel Joshi (14th), Adda52 Team Pro Tarun Goyal (19th), Dhaval Mudgal (22nd), Vaibhav Sharma (23rd), Ragesh Mishra (24th), Anurag Srivastava (28th) , Abhishek Garg (29th), rising talent Ujjwal Narwal (32nd), Goonjan Mall (34th), Siddarth Singhvi (37th) and AshishAhuja (38th).
A Little About Kukreja
Kukreja is one of the most consistent players and can be frequently spotted running deep in several major events on multiple platforms. Apart from registering big wins on other major sites, the talented pro has won several tournaments on adda52.com, including Adda52 Millions, Godfather and The Juice. He is one of the very few players to have shipped Adda52 Millions three times. Last night, he added yet another score to his already impressive resume by winning his 2nd Godfather.
Post his win, we caught-up with Kukreja and he said, “I am glad to win it again as it’s one of the best structured events and the fields are often softer. Overall, it was a great experience for me.”
Talking about the field in last night’s Godfather, Kukreja said. “The field was pretty decent. I had a good final table with 3-4 regulars but it was my day and eventually I ran decent and shipped it.”
Sharing his journey through the tournament, he said, “I was comfortable being average stack most of the tournament. Towards final 3 tables, I was shortish most of the time and entered final table with a half of average stack. I kept chipping up and then heads up also started with other guy having 3x chiplead. Heads up didn’t go on for too long and I won most of the hands to eventually ship it.”
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