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Indian card game online tournaments with epic prize pots

Indians love to play a variety of card games including Teen Patti, Andar Bahar, Rummy, Poker, and others. These games have been played traditionally over the years and are now being played regularly online.

One of the ways people enjoy card games is by playing tournaments. Tournaments allow you to enjoy the game with many other players, learn new skills, and even socialize.

Teen Patti tournaments

One of the most loved card games in India is Teen Patti. The game of luck is interesting when played with 3 to 6 players but it can be more exciting when played in tournaments.

There are several Teen Patti tournaments available for Indian players. An example is the Gamentio Teen Patti tournament. The tournament takes place online and can be played on your Android, iPhones, or tablet devices. You will enjoy the Teen Patti tournament with stylish 3D avatars and a great user interface. All you need to do is download the Gamentio app on your device and you will be able to connect with many other Teen Patti players across India.

However, this tournament does not involve real money. To play Teen Patti with money you will have to join Teen Patti tournaments on online casino sites. Most of these casinos do not have fixed dates for the tournaments, they only happen randomly. You can get to win prize pots reaching one lakh.

Rummy tournaments

Rummy is another popular card game with online tournaments available for Indian players. The tournaments can make you have a different exciting experience of online Rummy. The tournaments usually have scheduled dates on sites that offer them. You will have to register on the sites beforehand or download their apps.

Sites that offer online Rummy tournaments include Rummy Circle, Rummy Central, and Khelplay Rummy. You may have to pay to register for the tournament or be allowed to play for free. Whether or not you pay depends on the site on which you play the tournament and the type of Rummy tournament you choose to participate in.

Rummy Central features tournament types like FreeRoll Delight, Golden Tourney, Century Cash, and many other types. The mentioned types offer prizes of 5000 fun chips, 1800 cash, and 2,300 cash respectively. The FreeRoll tournament requires no entry fee while the others require entry fees.

On Rummy Circle, there are different types of tournaments like Cash, Promotional, Mega, Club, and Practice Tournaments. The Practice tournaments are the easiest to participate in, they require no real money and are meant to help players develop skills to move to other tournaments.

Khelplay Rummy offers Fortune Tournament and Entry Tournament. The Fortune Tournament holds twice daily on the site with a maximum of 500 seats per tournament. Already registered players can enter for free and it offers up to Rs 1000 per tournament and Rs 62,000 monthly. On the other hand, the Entry Tournament on Khelplay is for players who haven’t made any deposit. It also holds twice daily on the site. The site offers Rs 500 per tournament and up to Rs 31,000 monthly.

Poker tournaments

Indians who love to participate in online poker tournaments can do so on sites like Pokerstars, Adda52, and SpartanPoker. You will find different types of Poker games including Omaha Poker, Texas’ Holdem, Razz Poker, 7-Card Stud Poker, etc.

SpartanPoker classifies their types of tournaments such as Scheduled, Guaranteed, Freeroll, Sit and Go, Buy-ins, etc. Pokerstars also offers types like Bounty, Rebuy, Satellites, Sit & Go, Turbos, and Knockouts. The Micro Series on Pokerstars are prescheduled and the April 2020 series offered over Rs 1,00,00,000 as prizes to players.

 

 

 

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