PokerMet is the new online poker gaming platform with android and iOS compatible gaming apps running successfully since, 7th June this year. Dhaval was the first team pro signed by PokerMet as they prepared for their launch. The company also houses other notable names in the Indian as well as international poker community like Shuchi Chamaria Agarwal, Anil Adiani and Victor Lemos from Panama as their Team Pros.
Dhaval Mudgal a rockstart turned musician has been grinding for several years now and was previously attached with Thrill Poker as their Team Pro. He had announced his dissociation from Thrill’s team this March and was bagged in by the new entrant into online poker – PokerMet.com.
As the poker community gains recognition and slowly inches into the mainstream spotlight, brand alliances have made big news in the industry. They add much appreciated additional income and staking for successful poker players and in turn poker companies and gaming platforms get a share of their spotlight having their names and logos displayed at major poker events around the globe.
While we have no reports on Dhaval’s appearances in any major poker events or significant wins this year, except his recent visit to Macau for the ongoing MPC 27 series. PokerMet’s Facebook reported on a small win at the PokerStars Live Manila, where he ranked 4th at the 6th Handed event.
PokerMet recently announced their unique depositors’ freeroll series named War of Zehn, which is to run for 10 consecutive weeks and will garner 5.5 million in culminated winning for the players. The Zehn series began 2nd August, 2017 with 100K GTD for the first event and increased the prize pool by 100K for every consecutive tourney, ending the final at a massive 1000K GTD!
The best thing about their Zehn series is the fact that a single deposit will offer players tickets to all the tourneys remaining in the series. Presently the series is running successfully inching the 6th week. To register fresh for the series one must make a deposit of 1500/- with code ZEHN1500. They will get tickets to all the remaining tourneys.
Dhaval Mudgal reported about his separation from PokerMet to popular online poker news as, “PokerMet and I have amicably parted ways. Sometimes people have different visions for a project and that was the case here. I wish the company and its remaining pro’s the best of luck for the future.”
Aditya Das, MD at PokerMet also spoke on this issue, saying “It was an absolute pleasure being associated with Dhaval. Wish him all the best for his future endeavors”.
Just as the Indian poker boom had spread with exciting brand alliances, it seems things are shuffling up owing to the competition in the industry. Meanwhile us fans and railers are awaiting more exciting alliances for PokerMet as well as Dhaval Mudgal in the near future. Presently no such plans have been announced by either of two parties.
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