SOL 2022 Day 2: Kritarth Pant Wins Enders Game; Siddhanth Kripalani Tops Patni Millionaire Day 1B Survivors

The turnouts on India’s largest poker site – have been pretty impressive. Adding the extra punch is the site’s legendary poker series ‘Series of Legends’ (SOL), which kicked off on 5th December and will run till 11th December. Day 2 of the mega series turned out to be an eventful one with all events of the day crushing their respective guarantees and making Tuesday a more action-packed day than usual. Online MTT reg Kritarth “TightAgressive28” Pant emerged as the day’s top scorer after conquering the 16 Lac GTD Enders Game for INR 3,26,308 and his maiden SOL title.

Pant eventually struck a three-way deal involving Mohammed “Flushme420” Fuzail (runner-up for INR 3,18028), and Kumar “vatsal20” Vatsal (3rd for INR 2,49,424). Pawan “_luffy_1x1” Tez (4th for INR 1,36,800), Anurag “NormanBates” Srivastava (5th for INR 91,200), & Arjanveer “arjan30” Singh (8th for INR 41,040) were the other prominent MTT regs who finished on the Enders Game FT last night. 

  • Total Entries – 456
  • Prize pool – 18.24 Lac
  • Places Paid – 49

The tournament witnessed a strong turnout of 456 entrants, surpassing its specified GTD with a prize pool collection of INR 18.24 Lac, which was finally shared by the top 49 finishers. The bounty prize in this event went to “sarita23” who busted Siddhanth Kripalani to win the bounty worth 5k.

1 Crore GTD Patni Millionaire – Day 1B

Like Day 1, the Series of Legends had two tournaments running on Day 2. The second event to run was the biggest event of the series, 1 Crore GTD Patni Millionaire, which played out its second flight – Day 1B. Compared to a modest turnout of 166 for the opening flight, Day 1B of the INR 4,400 buy-in multi-day tourney registered an impressive 306 entries, taking the event’s field to 472 entries.

  • Total Entries – 306
  • Prize pool – 12.24 Lac
  • Survivors: 31 Players

Day 1B of the event ended after the stipulated 29 levels of play, with only 31 players surviving the day’s onslaught.  This year’s Adda52 Colossus High Roller champion Siddhanth “Sidstack” Kripalani (372,986) topped the list of the survivors, with Nishaanth “superdeluxe” Shanmughasundaram (333,556 chips),Mohammad “blankspace” Azhar  (285,869), “Royalty” (275,810) and Monday’s Acer Arun winner Rajat “oshoswami” Sharma (270,762) rounding out the top five stacks of the day.