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Blog Time: Fantain's winners

When the players are playing on the field, we also do on the Fantain Fantasy platform. It is time we acknowledge our winners as well as the ones on the field.
Let’s start with the first match of the Nidahas Trophy 2018. India was defeated by Sri Lanka.
I wrote enough and more about it @ https://goo.gl/uxoH1y. But let’s now talk about our
winners. We have so many pools in such matches due to popular demand, we are happy
to introduce our winners to you.
Rs.750 Pool
Nela Srrei Rs.1000 (365.25 points)
Tss Rs.800 (343.50 points)


Rs.500 Pool
Akki Rs.1200 (318 points)
Rs.500 Pool
Aju Rs.1000 (386.50 points)
Viratkohlis fan 786 Rs. 600 (274.75 points)


Rs.325 Pool
Quaint Isildur 1492 Rs. 650 (255.50 points)
Josu Rs. 125 (197.75 points)


Rs. 250 Pool
Jai Ma Aashpura Rs.585 (291.50 points)
Aju Rs.500 (386.50 points)

Second match was between India and Bangladesh. India defeats Bangladesh and
has gone up the points table by one. Bangladesh trails behind.


Let’s take a look at the winners of this match.
Rs.750 Pool
Vratkohlis fan 786 Rs. 1000 (298.25 points )
Aju Rs. 800 (292.75 points)


Rs.500 pool
Kohli Rs.1000 (304 points)
Nela Srrei Rs. 600 (303.75 points)


Rs.325 pool
Billowy dobby 5296 Rs. 650 (309 points)
Rebel Roy @17 Rs.125 (308.50 points)


Rs.250 pool
Ahir Da Chora Rs.500 (321 points)
Billowy dobby 5296 Rs. 375 (309 points)


Congrats all of you. Many of you winning multiple times. Good to see you so often.
Do tell your friends about us. Use your referral code, earn bonus fancash and play more.

Team Fantain

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