3CR GTD Spartan Super Series just two days away
The Spartan Poker is one of the most established brands in the Indian online poker industry. It is one of those companies that when it decides to host a tournament or a series, it just does it on a record-breaking scale. That is exactly what they have done with the Spartan Super Series (SSS).
The SSS is one of the biggest online tournament series ever to be hosted online in India. The previous November edition of the SSS had INR 2.6+ Crores in total guaranteed cashes. Kartik Ved aka ‘TheInternetKid’ was declared the SSS Main Event winner, taking home a colossal 1st place cash prize of INR 15,04,110 from the INR 75 Lakhs guaranteed prize pool.
The December edition, scheduled to be hosted between 12-16 December 2018, will offer INR 3+ Crores in total guaranteed prize pools, upping the previous SSS’ guarantee by a significant margin. A total of 26 events are lined up to suit every pocket. Some of the big events featuring in the 5-day high-stakes extravaganza are:
- PLO Highroller - 15 Lakhs GTD
- Super Highroller - 45 Lakhs GTD
- Texas Highroller - 50 Lakhs GTD
- Warm-up - 10 Lakhs GTD
- The Millionaire – 1 Cr GTD
The SSS Millionaire will round up as the penultimate event of the series, and the biggest tournament of the series. It will take place on 16th December. The Millionaire has a monumental guarantee of INR 1 Crore, with buy-in set at INR 5,500. Players from around the country will be extremely happy with this as the buy-in has dropped from INR 7,700 to INR 5,500 only.
There will also be a leaderboard for the span of the series, having INR 5 Lakhs in guaranteed prizes. The leaderboard is a contest where luck and chance take a secondary role, and your consistency throughout the series is tested. Previous edition’s leaderboard winner was Monish Kumar who “had a great time grinding with all the pros and champs in the SSS series on The Spartan Poker.”
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