Unveiling the Winners: Sagar Raj Takes Down Adda52’s Godfather For INR 4.57 Lac

It was a thundering Thursday on Adda52.com, with the site hosting several high-value tournaments. The headliner of the day was the 25 Lac GTD Godfather, an INR 5,500 buy-in tourney that stood as a testament to the competitive fervor and intensity on the poker tables. The Thursday flagship drew a staggering total of 394 challengers, transforming the poker tables into an intense battleground of wit and nerve. The allure of the 25 Lac prize pool attracted both seasoned pros and aspiring contenders, each eyeing the coveted top spots and the substantial rewards they promised. In the end, Sagar “rajsagar32” Raj emerged as the champion, securing the top spot and a grand prize of INR 4,56,766.

  • Buy-in: INR 5,500
    Total Entries: 394
    Prizpool: 25 Lac
    Places Paid: 62

Sagar’s strategic fineness and calculated gameplay navigated him to victory in a field teeming with formidable opponents. Close behind him was the enigmatic ‘tsb2127’ claiming the second spot and a reward of INR 3.35 Lac. The intensity of the competition was palpable as Deep “ChristopherCoke” Patel clinched the third place for a prize of INR 2,45,414, showcasing an impressive poker prowess.

Also on the final table was Anmol “inki_pinky_ponky” Agarwal who secured the fourth position for INR 1,79,887. Debapriya “debapriya_12345” Manna followed him, seizing the fifth spot and INR 1,31,857. Gokul “Niruha” Raj claimed the sixth position, securing INR 96,651 for his remarkable performance. Advait “ronaldinho018” Rajguru claimed the eighth position, earning INR 51,929.

The Godfather tourney not only displayed thrilling gameplay but also provided a platform for enthusiasts to witness the exhilarating journey of poker aficionados striving for glory. As the curtains fell on this prestigious event, it left behind a trail of remarkable performances and memorable moments, and excitement that poker continues to evoke among its avid followers in the country.

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