Godfather Glory: Anish Arora’s Triumph in Adda52’s Godfather for INR 5.21 Lac

In the ever-evolving world of online poker, online MTT regular Anish Arora aka”PapaNegreanu,” topped the Thursday charts on Adda52.com by clinching the top spot in the site’s Thursday headliner “Godfather” , taking home an impressive prize of INR 5.21 Lac for his top-notch performance.

Sporting a buy-in of INR 5,500, Godfather, a tourney renowned in the Indian poker community, attracted a 369-entry field comprising both seasoned professionals and ambitious newcomers, offering them a platform to showcase their skills and compete for a massive prize pool of INR 25 Lac. With a minimum cash prize of INR 15,000, the competition was fierce, and the stakes were high. In the end, Anish Arora topped the field to claim the coveted title. Kritagya Sharma, competing as “Kritagya_17,” put up an impressive performance, finishing in strong second place for INR 4.83 Lac.  

  • Total Entries: 369
  • Prizepool: INR 25 Lac
  • Places Paid: 38
  • Min Cash: INR 15,000

The third spot was secured by another formidable player, Saurabh Rohila aka “saurabh21,” who pocketed INR 2 Lac for his efforts. Tanmay Benara, who goes by the moniker “PlusEv,” clinched the sixth position and earned a sum of INR 93,750. Shardul Parthasarathi who plays under “vamos96,” finished just behind him in seventh place, winning INR 75,000. Sakshi Pandey competing as “sakshipandey,” secured the eighth place and walked away with INR 62,500 in prize money.

Anish Arora’s victory is an inspiring example for aspiring players. His journey from being a novice to being a top poker talent in India demonstrates that dedication, strategic thinking, and a deep understanding of the game can lead to substantial success in the poker world. Arora’s Godfather win  is a testament to the potential rewards that await those who consistently strive for excellence.

As the poker scene in India continues to expand, we are set to see more players like Arora emerging from the virtual tables to make their mark on India’s poker landscape. Stay tuned in for more stories.