Indranil Chakraborty from Kolkatta won for his skills and excellent understanding of the game
Kolkata, January 18, 2019: The celebration edition of Ace2Three’s online Rummy Competition concluded with Indranil Chakraborty from Kolkata winning the INR 5 Lakh leaderboard prize. This competition was the largest online rummy tournament conducted by Ace2Three based on the leaderboard and the number of participants. He now joins the select club of Indian online Rummy players who have won upwards of Rs 5 lakhs in one tournament.
Commenting on the win, Indranil said that it has been a really good run for him this year but the winning amount at the leaderboard was beyond his imagination. He also said that many players have been cashing big scores regularly in the competition, and till the last day he was not sure that he will be the leaderboard winner. Just earlier this month, he had a couple of good wins in Ace2Three online board, and that gave him a lot of confidence with the Celebration Competition.
He added a handsome amount of over Rs 5 lakhs to his bank balance, making him the only player to win a 5-figure score in this tournament. Overall, the top 20 players shared the prize pool with minimum cash of Rs 35K each. Indranil said, “It feels good to win after playing against such talented competition. The stakes were difficult due to high participation, and Ace2Three’s algorithms kept me hooked to the game with their innovations.
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