Hello and welcome to yet another update from Gutshot on the ongoing Final Table Series (FTS) on Spartan Poker. The opening tournament was FTS #2 INR 40 Lakh GTD which was taken down by Arsh Grover. He had a decent chip lead going into the final table and he rode that advantage to take down the first major of this FTS series!
The action then shifted to Day 2 and here, it was FTS #5 Monster Stack INR 70 Lakh GTD that had a buy-in of INR 11,000 and some of India’s best pros were in action in this tournament. The tournament kicked off at 8pm last evening and by the end of the action, not many of these pros could manage a spot on the final table.
All featured tournaments in the FTS are suspended at the final table and continued the next day on a live stream across all major social media platforms. Here, it was Abhishek Gubba aka ‘Poeticinjustice’ who entered the final table with the chip lead, sitting with a stack of 44L chips. He’s slightly ahead of Pande Saikrishna aka ‘sai4456’ who has a stack of roughly 41L chips going into the FT.
Final table chip counts:
As you can see, there are a few known names in contention like Siddarth Singhvi, Pune-based poker player who has plenty of online and live titles to his name. In fact, last night was brilliant for Singhvi as he also took down a WPT India Online title on Adda52. For more updates, catch the live stream of today’s FT at 6pm IST and stay tuned to GutshotMagazine.com for similar updates…
A graduate in Business Management, Dwayne began his career as a content writer for a virtual sports betting company and then for Gutshot too. Now, he heads marketing and business operations at Gutshot and while he’s no expert in poker, he enjoys the occasional weekend home games. He was introduced to the industry in 2017 and has made quite a few friends along the way. Outside of poker, he is an avid cricket and sports fan, loves his bikes and of course, a good party! If you want to reach out to him for partnerships and collaborations, feel free to send a message at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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