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IPL and IRL Final Cut - Who Scores Big in the End

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Published in: Winners
Date: 28 May 2018
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IPL and IRL Final Cut - Who Scores Big in the End

The first-ever and magnificent ‘Predict and Win’ contest at India’s Most Loved Rummy Site turned out to be a thumping success. The amazing cricket and rummy combo won the hearts of a whole lot of Indians and received an enormous response from enthusiastic players all over the nation. Cricket and rummy buffs took this contest as a perfect opportunity to exhibit their knowledge about cricket, IPL and the participating teams alongside their rummy playing skills. There were great cash prizes to be won, and it was indeed a gala festival with players revelling in the joys of watching cricket and playing Online Rummy at the vibrant tables of Rummy Passion.

With the ending of IPL and IRL, we would like to congratulate all our loyal players and cricket fans who enjoyed wow moments at the site. Let’s check out who won what in IPL and IRL.

Indian Premier League

CSK’s victory in the IPL 2018 final has ensured an INR 20 crore cheque for them. The SRH, the runners-up team received a cheque of INR 12.5 crore.

Most Stylish or Emerging Player of the Season

DD’s wicket-keeper and batsman Rishabh Pant won the most Stylish Player of IPL 2018 award. He has scored 684 runs in the tournament after playing 14 games and also finished as the 2nd highest run-scorer in the 11th Season of IPL and was rewarded with this title after the final on Sunday.

The Perfect Catch Award

New Zealand pacer Trent Boult won the Perfect Catch Award. As a part of DD’s team, Boult took a stunning one-handed catch of Royal Challenger Bangalore (RCB) skipper Virat Kohli.

Super Striker and Valuable Player

Sunil Narine managed to pick up two coveted awards -- Super Striker and Valuable Player.

Other Awards

Among other awards, Aditya Tare has got the IPL Fair play Award, Shane Watson has won Man of the Match for the Final match, Orange Cap (Most Runs) award has been given to Kane Williamson (SRH), Andrew Tye (KXIP) grabbed the Purple Cap (Most Wickets) and the Punjab Cricket Association has received the best Pitch and Ground award.

Indian Rummy League

During the IRL fest, Rummy Passion has disbursed a whopping Rs 11,40,000 to the eligible winners of the daily ‘Predict and Win’ contest at the site, which ended yesterday with the closing of IPL 2018.The exciting contest at Rummy Passion entailed answering a few questions based on your cricketing knowledge such as predicting the winning team for that day’s IPL match and playing 25 or more Cash Rummy games at the site. On the platter was a sum of Rs 25K per match to be won by the eligible players.

A lot of players emerged successful and won their share of the cash prizes. Rummy Passion congratulates all the winners of the contest. The site would also like to thank and appreciate all the players who passionately participated in the competition.

Here we proudly present our outstanding winners.

The Player who Participated in the Maximum Number of Contests

Player Gemini played the longest innings and participated in the maximum number of contests - 60 to be specific, without giving a second thought to victory and defeat. That is what life is all about – enjoying the journey rather than just waiting for the destination. And this is something that the card game of skills also instils in its players i.e., to live in the present moment and do your best.

The Player Who Won in the Maximum Number of Contests

Player MMraja managed to register his name among the winners in the maximum number of contests - he continued to play with a great gusto to grab a share of the biggest prize money in so many contests. This is the kind of positivity we need to excel in life. Instead of waiting for big things to happen to make us happy, we should take pride in every small achievement.

The Player Who Bagged the Maximum Cash

Player Shakthiss displayed par excellence cricketing knowledge as also rummy skills. He beat all the odds to win the highest amount of 2.5L by being a part of a record number of ‘Predict and Win’ contests. In cricket, it is about knowing the trends and capitalizing on your expertise in the application of probability. In rummy online too, it is about being aware of the game strategies and of course, applying probability.

Once again, we extend our heartiest congratulations to all our esteemed players for their zest for cricket, rummy and life.

To Conclude

IPL might be over but festivities are never over at Rummy Passion. We will continue to spice up your life with our out-of-the-box promotions. And we hope that you would also stay tuned to us to have great times ahead. After all, life itself is a celebration. Celebrate it with Rummy Passion!

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