Thursday Majors: Gokul Muru Wins Godfather; Tarun Goyal Leads Full House Day 1A Survivors

It was a thundering Thursday on Adda52 with several big money tournaments taking place on the platform. Adda52`s 1 Crore GTD Full House played out its first starting flight – Day 1A. A total of 177 runners entered the opening flight of the tourney, and only 23 of them survived. Bagging the chip lead was Adda52 Team Pro Tarun “aggtarun” Goyal (324,815 chips), with Rishab “rish1994” Malik (276,703) & Vikranth “borntrouble” Varma (234,605) rounding out top three stacks of the day.

Full House Day 1A Top 10 Stacks:

30 Lac GTD Godfather

The biggest guaranteed Adda52 tourney to conclude on Thursday was the 30 Lac GTD Godfather. The INR 5,500 buy-in tourney began proceedings at 8 PM and attracted 497 entries by the time the late registrations closed. After over nine hours of grueling play, Gokul “gokul5381” Muru emerged victorious after outlasting Uttam “chinunew” Kumar Sinha in the heads-up. Muru banked INR 7,20,000 for his win, while Kumar Sinha walked away with INR 4,20,000 for finishing runner-up.

  • Total Entries – 497
  • Prizepool – 30 Lac
  • Places Paid – 55
  • Min Cash – 13500

Other notable regs ending their run at the FT included WSOP gold bracelet winner Aditya Sushant (3rd for INR 2.85 Lac), Mithun Mahesh (5th for INR 1.50 Lac) and Somesh Patel (6th for INR 1.05 Lac).

5 Lac GTD Table for 6

Another major tourney on Adda52 last night, the 5 Lac GTD Table for 6 featuring a buy-in of INR 2750 managed to pull in 171 entries and coming out on top of the field was anonymous user in “StupidCommonMan” who banked INR 1,00,660. Finishing right behind him was the well-known MTT pro Ujjwal Narwal aka “fourteenk” who walked away with INR 94,976 for his runner-up finish.

  • Total Entries – 171
  • Prizepool – 5 Lac
  • Places Paid – 17
  • Min Cash – 7500

Himanshu Bagdwal (3rd for INR 86,864), Neeraj Kumar (5th for INR 33,750),’BulletsBaby’ (6th for INR 23,750) and Harsh Dembla (8th for INR 15,000) were the other notables to post deep finishes.