Sandeep Rajora Wins Adda52 Millions Main Event

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  • 28 November,2018

The Adda52 Millions Series has been going gung-ho since its inception by attracting numerous pro and amateur players. Almost all the big events have proved to be a grand success with the series reaching its final phase. Many players are claiming the winning titles and grabbing massive cash prizes with the tourneys coming to an end.

And here is some amazing poker news India for all poker fans. Sandeep ‘homelite’ Rajora won the Millions Main Event this Sunday which was held at 8 PM. The event witnessed an impressive entry of over 500 players taking their shot at the INR 25 lakhs GTD and a massive prize pool INR 27,55500. Although all the players fought hard, Sandeep came out as the toughest warrior by outlasting the battlefield.

He not only claimed the winning title by defeating Vinayak ‘vinayakbajaj93’ Bajaj in a heads-up match but also bagged a sweet cash prize of INR 688875. However, Vinayak did not go home empty handed either. For finishing as the runner-up, he won a cool prize money of INR 440880. The event saw a total of thirty six players making it to the money at the main event and all of them were paid out with the 36th place winner receiving a minimum cash of INR 12400.

In the heads-up match, Vinayak Bajaj was strategically and effectively defeated by Sandeep Rajora. With blinds 40,000/80,000 & ante 8000, Vinayak held Qc-10c from small blind & Sandeep had Jc-Jh on the final hand. The board had Qd-8h-7s-Js-Qh and Sandeep won the title with a full house while Vinayak had a set of queens.

Delhi boy Sandeep Rajora is an ace at the skill game and is a regular at the Deltin Poker Tournament (DPT) at Deltin Royale, Goa. He is an avid online poker player and has made numerous deep runs in various online tournaments. However, his Adda52 Millions Main Event victory is perhaps the most impressive win in recent times.

We wish Sandeep the best for all his future tourneys!

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