Following a short 20-minute dinner break, the late registrations were closed and the final numbers have come in. The series opener Kick Off event has logged in 286 entries, smashing its advertised guarantee to collect ₹26 Lakhs in the prize pool. The tournament comfortably surpassed its predecessor which had registered 257 entries in the previous edition and also had a steeper buy-in of ₹15,000.
Navkiran Singh (101,500), Pankaj Bhardwaj (88,500) and Vikas Rai (80,500) are among the top chip counts.
PokerBaazi also made an exiting announcement at the start of Level 9. A Bollywood-like tralier revealed that India’s most trusted online poker site was launching ‘the biggest poker tournament in Indian history’ – EndBoss! The winner will bank a never-before-seen ₹1 Crore top prize!
The site also announced a contest to win a ticket to the tournament wherein participants have to guess the guarantee and tag Pokerbaazi.net while using the hashtag – #EndBoss