Nitish Gupta was one of the first young players of Poker Guru who enrolled himself in the year 2013. Back then he recorded the first-ever live score of his career in the Rs 12,000 NLHE – Bounty. This was a tournament by the PokerGuru Tour Season 2, Edition of March. In this match, he bagged the third position and won Rs 1, 10,000. Nitish has certainly evolved as a perfect poker player and has contributed the greater part of the preceding ages performing for high-stakes money tournaments.

The PPL PokerBaazi Premier League for 2018 is running along with the marathon of high-value competitions. These tournaments are keeping the contestants on their toes along with the public on the seat edges. Following the spring, summer and autumn versions, the latest set of matches in the line up for PPL was the Edition of Winter’18 which began on 10th December and continued till 16th December.

The winter edition was filled with amazing events and tournaments. But, one tournament that made it to the news headlines is The MoneyMaker Rs 1 Crore GTD and was perpetually the main attraction of the tournament. The game attracted 1,332 entries upon which 742 were unique and 590 were re-entries. The number of entries cracked the Rs 1 Crore guarantee and assembled Rs 1.33 Crores as a whole. The man of the hour was Nitish Gupta “Somnath” who defeated all the players in the field and accumulated Rs 32.63 Lakhs as the prize money.

The ultimate table of Poker Premier League 31 The MoneyMaker Rs 1 Crore GTD was packed with the expected national line and the starters highlighted titles like Gaurav ‘gaug17’ Sood who bagged the 5th position for Rs 5.99 Lakhs and Guruprasad ‘fish_calling’ Gupta who got placed at the 8th for Rs 2.66 Lakhs. However, Gupta’s final confrontation as was opposite the winner of the 2018 APPT Manila ₱15,000 NLH Turbo. His name is Chiraag ‘Versutus’ Patel. At the closing hours, Gupta took the lead and went ahead to emerge as the latest triumphant for the MoneyMaker tournament.