Thursday Majors: ‘sadhu16’ Denies Dhawal Makani Godfather Title; Goonjan Mall Wins Monster Turbo 5L

It was a thundering Thursday on with several exciting events running on the platform. The headline tourney of the day was the 25 Lac GTD Godfather that did reasonably well, pulling in a packed field of 556 entries to crush its listed guarantee and create a prize pool worth INR 27.80 Lac.

After a little under 9 hours of play, the mystery player “sadhu16” took it down for INR 5.58 Lac, with online MTT reg Dhawal “dhawalmakani” Makani finishing runner-up for INR 4.76 Lac. The  winner “sadhu16” also final-tabled Adda52’s Monster Turbo 5L last night, finishing 6th for INR 27,084.

  • Total Entries – 556
  • Prizepool – 27.80 Lac
  • Places Paid – 63
  • Min cash – 11,815

The mystery player “gouthamishan” (3rd for INR 2,52,980), Aman “Karmapoker” Parakh  (6th for INR 97,300) & Guneet “guntz” Kwatra  (7th for INR 76,450) were the other regs finishing on the final table.

5 Lac GTD Monster Turbo

The other marquee event to play down to a winner on Adda52 yesterday was the Monster Turbo 5L. The INR 2500 entry buy-in tourney enjoyed an eventful run, logging in 321 entries and generating a guarantee-crushing prize pool of INR 7.22 Lac that was eventually divided among the top 34 players.

  • Total Entries – 321
  • Prizepool – 7.22 Lac
  • Places paid – 34
  • Min Cash – 3611

Walking away with the title and top prize worth INR 1.91 Lac was none other than the online MTT reg in Goonjan “gmtesting” Mall who eventually defeated Atishay “pokergod56” Samuel (runner-up for INR 1,10,143). Online poker phenom, Gaurav “gauravarod” Sood finished third for INR 79,448.

Anuj “anuj1610” Laddhad (4th for INR 60,308), Tanmay “PlusEv” Benara (5th place for INR 41,529), Kanav “alibaba_kings” Parwal (7th for INR 21,668), Anurag “NormanBates” Srivastava (8th for INR 18,056), & Gagandeep “gaganhyd” Singh (9th for INR 14,445) were the other notable FT finishers.

Among other winners on, the mystery player “Boobaachu” took down the Nighttide DST Adda for INR 47,148 after outlasting a field of 158 players. Aman “karmapoker” Parakh came close to winning the title but eventually settled for the runner-up prize money of INR 34,559.