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Adda52 Colossus 2022: 200K High Roller Live Updates Poker
Amarylisa Gonsalves
Posted on 06 Aug, 2022
By Amarylisa Gonsalves
On 06 Aug, 2022
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By Amarylisa Gonsalves
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Adda52 Colossus 2022: 200K High Roller Live Updates


1.00 AM: Siddhanth Kripalani Wins Adda52 Colossus 200K High Roller For ₹45.28 Lakh

Siddhanth Kripalani ships 200K High Roller

(Level: 24, Blinds 30,000/60,000, Big Blind Ante: 60,000)

The heads-up duel between Siddhanth Kripalani and Aditya GS saw the former extending his lead further and dominate the High Roller game. In the final hand, the IPC Megastacks May 2022 Main Event champ played with A 10 and his rival had 7 8 . Kripalani took the all-in route and Aditya made the call with 550,000 and the pot size was 6,900,000. The community cards fell as 10 9 5 A A . The poker Gods were surely looking over Kripalani as he hit a full boat on the river and his rival lost the battle.

Kripalani: A 10

Aditya: 7 8

Board: 10 9 5 A A


11:05 PM: Final Table Heads-Up Is Set!

The Adda52 Colossus 200K High Roller event has finally boiled down to the last two players. Siddhanth Kripalani and Aditya GS overcame a field of 69 entries to reach the final table heads up after Santosh Kumar was eliminated in 3rd place by Aditya GS. Kripalani, as usual, holds the chip lead in the final table with 4,520,000 chips while Aditya GS has the shorter stack of 2,380,000 chips. 


11:00 PM: Heads-up Chip Counts:

  • Siddhanth Kripalani – 4,520,000
  • Aditya GS – 2,380,000

10:50 PM: Santosh Kumar Exits In 3rd for ₹15,85,000

(Level: 23, Blinds: 20,000/40,000, Big Blind Ante: 40,000)

Preflop, Santosh Kumar open shoves from the button for 340,000 with pocket eights. Kripalani folds, and Kumar’s shove is called by Aditya GS from the big blind with pocket queens. The board opens to reveal cards 5 K T 9 6 and Aditya’s Ladies help him take the pot. Kumar’s tournament life comes to an end as he finishes in the 3rd position for ₹15,85,000.

  • Kumar: 8 8
  • Aditya: Q Q
  • Board: 5 K T 9 6  

10:30 PM: Vaibhav Sharma Bids Adieu In 4th For ₹11,32,000

(Level: 22, Blinds: 15,000/30,000, Big Blind Ante: 30,000)

Siddhanth Kripalani is on a role as he delivers his third FT knockout. Kripalani opens from the cutoff position with Queen-Ten, and Vaibhav Sharma shoves his entire stack holding King-Ten. Kripalani confidently calls, and showdown begins. The board is no help to Sharma, but Kripalani scores a Queen pair and adds another pot to his growing chip stack. Sharma exits in 4th place for ₹11,32,000.

  • Sharma: Kx 10x
  • Kripalani: Qx 10x

10:10 PM: Pocket Kings Let Down Rohan Bhardwaj (5th, ₹8,73,000)

(Level: 22, Blinds: 15,000/30,000, Big Blind Ante: 30,000)

After knocking out Karan Malhotra, Rohan Bhardwaj soon followed. IPC Megastacks May 2022 ME winner Siddhanth Kripalani bet preflop with Ace-Jack. Bhardwaj, with a premium hand of pocket kings, shoves all his chips into the pot. Kripalani calls his all-in, and the community cards fan out. Bhardwaj leads on the flop as cards 2x 2x 3x fall on the board. However, the poker gods had other plans, as an ace on the turn gave Kripalani the upper hand. With a 7x on the river making no difference, Kripalani scoops up the pot and busts Bhardwaj in 5th place for ₹8,73,000.

  • Kripalani: Ax Jx
  • Bhardwaj: Kx Kx
  • Board: 2x 2x 3x Ax 7x

9:35 PM: Karan Malhotra Gone in 6th for ₹6,80,000

(Level: 21, Blinds: 15,000/25,000, Big Blind Ante: 25,000)

Aditya GS bet 60,000 preflop from the cutoff. Roshan Bhardwaj, with pocket fives for hole cards, shoves from the button for 520,000. Karan Malhotra goes all-in from the small blind with Ace-Queen offsuit. This prompts Aditya to fold, and showdown begins. The board opens to K 8 2 8 9 and with two pairs (88,55), Bhardwaj wins the pot as Malhotra’s Ace-Queen held no water. Malhotra exited the final table in 6th place for ₹6,80,000. 

  • Bhardwaj: 5 5
  • Malhotra: A Q
  • Board: K 8 2 8 9

9:11 PM: Nikita Luther And Kunal Patni Succumb

(Level: 21, Blinds: 15,000/25,000, Big Blind Ante: 25,000)

Spartan Poker pro Nikita Luther was the first casualty on the final table as she busted at the eighth spot for ₹5,17,500. The WSOP bracelet winner’s Kx Jx couldn’t hold water against Siddhanth Kripalani‘s pocket sevens. She began the FT with the fourth highest stack, but unfortunately succumbed early at the hands of her poker buddy. 

Adda52 Game Ambassador Kunal Patni followed in seventh place taking home ₹5,82,000 for his run. Chip leader Kripalani raised to 125K and was called by Patni called. On seeing the flop of T 2 8 , Kripalani shoved all-in with his pocket kings, and Patni called by going all-in with K T . The turn and river showed 4 and 7 , sending off Patni at the seventh place. 

  • Kripalani: Kx Kx
  • Patni: K T
  • Board: T 2 8 4 7

7:45 PM: Final Table Set With The Top Eight

(Level: 20, Blinds: 10,000/20,000, Big Blind Ante: 20,000)

Colossus 2022 HR FTThe final table of the 200K High Roller is set after Akshay Kapoor bubbled the FT.  Kapoor busted at the ninth place for ₹4,52,500. The final table of eight is one of the sickest, with top pros in the grind. These include Adda552 Game Ambassador Kunal Patni, Spartan Poker pro Nikita Luther, IPC Megastacks May 2022 Main Event winner Siddhanth Kripalani, and popular grinder Vaibhav Sharma, among others. Kripalani, who started Day 2 as the chip leader, is still leading the pack with a stack of 19,05,000 at his disposal.

Here are the Final Table Chip Counts:

  1. Siddhanth Kripalani – 1,905,000
  2. Santosh Kumar – 1,305,000
  3. Kunal Patni – 1,150,000
  4. Nikita Luther – 1,035,000
  5. Roshan Bhardwaj – 630,000
  6. Karan Malhotra – 465,000
  7. Vaibhav Sharma – 220,000
  8. Aditya GS – 190,000

7:00 PM: Rajesh Jagannadham Bubbles The Event

(Level: 20, Blinds: 10,000/20,000, Big Blind Ante: 20,000)

The 50K Warm Up Bounty second runner-up Rajesh Jagannadhamis the unfortunate bubble boy at the Adda52 Colossus 2022 200K High Roller. Jagannadhamis, who finished third for ₹3,60,000 at yesterday’s 50K Warm Up Bounty event, has busted at the tenth spot. According to the payouts, the remaining nine have secured themselves a min-cash of ₹4,52,500.


4:35 PM: Faiz Alam Heads To The Exit Door

(Level: 17, Blinds: 5,000/10,000, Big Blind Ante: 10,000)

Faiz Alam

Faiz Alam went all-in from the button for 56,000 with eight-seven suited. Santosh Kumar calls from the big blind with nine-three suited. The board opened to 7 4 6 6 9 , and while Alam made two pairs on the turn, the river gave Kumar the higher two pairs (99,66). He took the pot and busted Alam in the process. 

  • Santosh: 9 3
  • Faiz: 7 8
  • Board: 7 4 6 6 9

4:15 PM: Chip Counts After First Break

(Level: 17, Blinds: 5,000/10,000, Big Blind Ante: 10,000)

  1. Santosh Kumar – 650k
  2. Akshay Kapoor – 550k
  3. Faiz Alam – 550k
  4. Prakash B – 530K
  5. Siddhanth Kripalani – 470k
  6. Roshan Bhardwaj  – 450k
  7. Kanishka Upreti – 440

4:00 PM: Late Registration Ends With 69 Total Entries

(Level: 17, Blinds: 5,000/10,000, Big Blind Ante: 10,000)

Level 16 has now ended and the late registration for the High Roller has been closed. In total, the event weclomed 69 entries out of which 49 were unique entries. This broke the previous High Roller record of 44 entries. 


2:30 PM: Manish Lakhotia Out Early!

(Level: 15, Blinds: 3,000/6,000, Big Blind Ante: 6,000)

Manish Lakhotia

Santosh Kumar from button opened to 14,000 preflop with pocket jacks. Poker pro Manish Lakhotia, who had re-entered earlier today shoved all-in for 157,000 with pocket threes. Kumar snap-called and the cards went face up. The board had 2 5 K 6 7 which gave the higher pair (JJ) and he took the post while eliminating Lakhotia in the process. 

  • Santosh: J J
  • Manish: 3 3
  • Board: 2 5 K 6 7

1:40 PM: Sriharsha Doddapaneni Among Re-Entries 

(Level: 14, Blinds: 3,000/5,000, Big Blind Ante: 5,000)

Sriharsha Doddapaneni

Late registrations for the event are open till the end of level 16 on Day 2. The player field continues to grow as many prominent pros re-enter for another shot at the title. Defending High Roller champion Sriharsha Doddapaneni is among the day’s re-entries after he was eliminated close to the end of Day 1. Ranjeet Negi is also among the new entries coming on Day 2 and the total field has reached 64 entries as per the tournament clock.

 


1:00 PM: High Roller Day 2 Underway

The opening day of the Adda52 Colossus 200K High Roller witnessed a total of 61 entries participating in the event, out of which 47 were unique. A total of 25 players survived and returned to their seats for Day 2 at the Deltin Royale in Goa. The cards are up in the air, and the action for Day 2 has now commenced. 


Siddhanth Kripalani Keeps His ‘Chip Leader’ Tradition Alive

Siddhanth Kripalani

Day 1 of the 200K High Roller at Adda52 Colossus 2022 has finally come to an end. The event has registered 61 entries so far, and the number is expected to increase with late registrations continuing till the end of Level 16 on Day 2. Out of the 61 entries, 25 players have managed to survive the day. India Poker Championship (IPC) Megastacks May 2022 Main Event winner Siddhanth Kripalani is keeping his tradition of leading the chip counts alive. Kripalani, who was the chip leader after Day 1 at the IPC Megastacks 25K Warm-up event and the Main Event during May 2022, has bagged and tagged the highest stack of 641k chips, followed by Santosh Kumar (553k chips), Karan Malhotra (331k chips), WSOP bracelet winner Kartik Ved (327k chips) and Sahil Agarwal (316k chips) at the top five spots.

Here’s a list of all the 25 survivors at the end of Day 1:


1:30 AM: Defending Champion Sriharsha Doddapaneni Eliminated

(Level: 13, Blinds: 2,000/4,000, Big Blind Ante: 4,000)

Defending Champion Sriharsha Doddapaneni EliminatedOn Level 13, blinds 2,000/4,000, ante 4,000, Sriharsha Doddapaneni (8 J ) open-shoved from the UTG position only to be called by Rajesh Jagannadham (A J ). The community cards revealed 3 5 6 6 7 and Jagannadham Ace-high hand did the trick for him. Doddapaneni couldn’t defend his Colossus High Roller title and took the exit route.

  • Jagannadham: A J
  • Doddapaneni: 8 J
  • Board: 3 5 6 6 7

12:30 AM: Chip Counts Update

Take a look at some of the chip counts at Level 12, blinds 1,500/3,000, ante 3,000.

  • Karan – 472K
  • Siddhanth Kripalani – 420K
  • Aditya G – 345K
  • Prakash Bulchandani – 340K
  • Sahil Agarwal – 330K
  • Santosh Kumar – 328K
  • Nikita Luther – 270K

12:10 AM: Kanishka Triples Up Like A Pro

(Level: 12, Blinds: 1,500/3,000, Big Blind Ante: 3,000)

On Level 12, blinds 1,500/3,000, ante 3,000, Kanishka (2 2 ) open-shoved with 43,500 from the UTG position. Spartan Poker Pro Zarvan Tumboli (A K ) called from the button position. Another well-known pro Sumit Sapra (A K ) takes the all-in route from the small blind position; the WPT Prime Vietnam 2022 Main Event winner makes the call gain. The two-time IPC champ has the last laugh with his set of deuces. The other two players in the hand chop the side pot.

  • Tumboli: A K
  • Sapra: A K
  • Kanishka: 2 2
  • Board: 2 7 4s 10 9

11:00 PM: Sriharsha Eliminates Deepankur Gupta 

(Level: 11, Blinds: 1,500/2,500, Big Blind Ante: 2,500)

Sriharsha Doddapaneni

Deepankur Gupta shoves all-in for 18,500 from the cutoff. Sriharsha Doddapaneni calls from the small blind with Snowmen. At showdown, the board fans out 5 3 6 J 3 , and Doddapaneni takes the pot as his pocket eights held up against Gupta’s ace-seven suited. Gupta busts in the process.

  • Doddapaneni: 8 8
  • Gupta: A 7   
  • Board: 5 3 6 J 3

10:30 PM: Kartik Ved Delivers A Bust

(Level: 10, Blinds: 1,000/2,000, Big Blind Ante: 2,000)

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In a three-way action, player Bhavit bets 4,000 preflop from the button. Guarav Bhandari went all-in for 100,000 with pocket kings, and Kartik Ved calls from the big blind with pocket rockets. The action was back on Bhavit, and he folds to get out of the way. The board opened to Q Q 5 9 3 , and Ved flopped a higher two pairs (AA,QQ) and took home the pot. With this win, he knocked out Bhandari from the tournament.

  • Ved: A A
  • Bhandari: K K
  • Board: Q Q 5 9 3

10:10 PM: Chip Counts After Dinner Break

(Level: 10, Blinds: 1,000/2,000, Big Blind Ante: 2,000)

  • Santosh Kumar – 360K
  • Roshan Bhardwaj – 300k
  • Karan – 300k
  • Prakash Bulchandani – 250k
  • Bhavit – 250k

9:45 PM: Kunal Patni Knocks Out Girish Shahane

(Level: 9, Blinds: 800/1,600, Big Blind Ante: 1,600)

Kunal Patni

Girish Shahane open-shoves for 23,000 preflop with starting cards K T . Adda52 Game Ambassador Kunal Patni calls from the small blind with Hooks. The board opens to 5 6 8 3 7 . While Shahane flopped a flush draw, the turn and river did not complete it and gave the victory to Patni’s pocket jacks. Shahane exited the tournament with this loss. 

  • Patni: J J
  • Girish: K T
  • Board: 5 6 8 3 7

9:35 PM: Santosh Kumar Busts Meherzad Munsaf

(Level: 9, Blinds: 800/1,600, Big Blind Ante: 1,600)

Adda52 Colossus 2022: 200K High Roller Live Updates

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Santosh Kumar bets 3,300 preflop from the hi-jack position holding cards 7 6 . Meherzad Munsaf with A 3 shoves 5,700 into the pot. Kumar snap calls, and the board opens to 4 9 6 5 K . At showdown, Kumar flopped a pair (6,6) and took home the post. Munsaf busted in the process. 

  • Kumar: 7 6
  • Meherzad: A 3
  • Board: 4 9 6 5 K

9:15 PM: Somashekar Eliminates Arjanveer Singh Chadha

(Level: 8, Blinds: 600/1,200, Big Blind Ante: 1,200)

Arjanveer Singh Chadha

The end was nigh for poker pro Arjanveer Singh Chadha as he open-shoves from UTG open-shoves for 11,300 with hole cards A 4 . His opponent, Somashekar, calls from the small blind position with King-ten suited. The board opened to J 5 2 K Q and delivered a top pair to Somashekar. This helped him win the pot and eliminate Chadha in the process.

  • Somashekar: K T
  • Chadha: A 4
  • Board: J 5 2 K Q

8:55 PM: Three-Way Pot Victory For Vaibhav Sharma

(Level: 8, Blinds: 600/1,200, Big Blind Ante: 1,200)

Adda52 Colossus 2022: 200K High Roller Live Updates

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In a three-way action, Vaibhav Sharma from the middle position opens with 2,600.  IPC Megastacks 2022 ME winner Siddhanth Kripalani calls from the small blind, and Prakash Bulchandani calls from the big blind. The flop opens to 5 3 2 . Kripalani and Bulchadani check while Sharma bets 5,000. Kripalani calls and Bulchadani folds. The turn opens to 5 , and Kripalani bets another 2,000, which Sahrama calls. Both check the river A , and Kripalani turns up pocket eights, which is beaten by Sharma’s pocket tens.

  • Sharma: Tx Tx
  • Kripalani: 8x 8x
  • Board: 5 3 2 5 A

8:40 PM: Meherzad Munsaf Doubles Up 

(Level: 8, Blinds: 600/1,200, Big Blind Ante: 1,200)

Adda52 Colossus 2022: 200K High Roller Live Updates

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Santosh Kumar from UTG opens to 2,400 pre-flop with hooks and is called by a player from the hi-jack position. Meherzad Munsaf moves all-in for 17,200 from the button holding pocket aces, and Kumar shoves his stack into the pot. The player from the hi-jack folds. The board fans out to reveal T 4 Q 4 K giving Meherzad a much-needed double up. Meherzad had finished as a runner-up in this event back in 2018.

  • Meherzad: A A
  • Santosh: J J
  • Board: T 4 Q 4 K

8:20 PM: Hooks Win The Pot For Santosh Kumar

(Level: 7, Blinds: 500/1,000, Big Blind Ante: 1,000)

Adda52 Colossus 2022: 200K High Roller Live Updates

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Santosh Kumar opens to 5,000 from UTG, and defending champion Sriharsha Doddapaneni calls from the small blind. The flop opens to 9 4 2 . Doddapaneni checks and Kumar bets 20,000 prompting Doddapaneni to call. The turn brings K and Doddapaneni checks again. Kumar, who is not ready to back down, bets 30,000 which is called by Doddapaneni again. The river flips open 2 and both check on the river. The players’ cards go face up and unfortunately for Doddapaneni, his pocket tens don’t hold up against Kumar’s pocket jacks.

  • Kumar: Jx Jx 
  • Doddapaneni: Tx Tx
  • Board: 9 4 2 K 2

8:00 PM: Chip Count After Second Break

Here are the top five chip counts after the second break post Level 6:

  1. Prakash Bulchandani – 260k
  2. Shashank Jain – 229k
  3. Kunal Patni – 179k
  4. Karan – 240k
  5. Sahil Agarwal – 223k

7:40 PM: Abraham Busted

Abraham;s open-shove 8500 preflop turned unfruitful for his 8 7  on the dry board of Q J 5 6 J , and Vaibhav Sharma scooped the pot with his A T .

  • Abraham: 8 7
  • Vaibhav: A T
  • Board: Q J 5 6 J

6:30 PM: It’s a Chop for Abraham And Kripalani 

Abraham opened to 1,600 chips from the hijack and was raised by Ayaz Khan from cut-off to 4,000.India Poker Championship (IPC) Megastacks May 2022 Main Event winner Siddhanth Kripalani called from the big blind. Abraham called to see the flop of 3 8 A . The action was checked by Kripalani and Khan, while Abraham bet 6,000 chips. Here Kripalani called, and Khan decided to fold. 

The action checked on the turn of 4 , and J showed up on the river. Kripalani checked while Abraham bet 18,000. To this Kripalani shoved all-in, and Abraham called. At the showdown, Kripalani showed A J , and Abraham flipped A J . The pot was chopped between the two players. 


5:45 PM: Defending champion Sriharsha Doddapaneni making his presence felt

2018 Colossus High Roller champion Sriharsha Doddapaneni is making some noise to prove that he is here to defend his title. 

Doddapaneni, opened to 1,200 chips and was raised to a massive 11K chips by the 50k Warm Up Bounty final-table finisher Rajesh Jagannadham from the big blind. Doddapaneni called to see the flop of 3 8 7 . Jagannadham bet 11K, and was flat-called by Doddapaneni. The turn showed 2 . This time Doddapaneni bet 22K and Jagannadham check called. The river flipped T , seeing this Jagannadham checked, and the defending champion pushed his 56K chips all-in. Jagannadham tanked for a while before finally folding. 

Doddapaneni scooped a considerable pot in the process.


3:00 PM Notables in the field

The 200K High Roller has kick-started with just a few players in the field so far. Those who have marked thier presence include Adda52 Game Ambassador Kunal Patni, Roshan Bhardwaj and 2018 Colossus 200K High Roller runner-up Meherzad Munsaf.

Adda52 kick-started its most anticipated poker series, Colossus 2022, yesterday. The third edition of the series which returned after a hiatus of two years is being held at the Adda52 LIVE poker room aboard the luxurious Deltin Royale casino in Goa. The series being a High Roller series has some of the most popular high stakes pros all set in Goa looking forward to grinding at the series.

The first event, the 50K Warm Up Bounty event, ended earlier today and crowned Shravan Chhabria the first winner of the series. The event crushed its previous records as it saw participation from 98 entries playing this event. 

The next event on the Adda52 Colossus 2022 schedule, the 200K High Roller, will kick-start today. The most anticipated event will span across two days. Day 1 will start at 2 PM today, 4th August 2022, followed by Day 2 tomorrow, 5th August 2022, at 1 PM. The ₹2,00,000 buy-in event will follow a big blind ante format, beginning at Level 1, featuring blinds 100/200 as each player sits with a starting stack of 100K chips. Each level will last for 40 minutes, and the players will get two 15-minute breaks on Day 1 at the end of every three levels each. There will be a 20-minute dinner break after Level 9. Post dinner, the players will resume and play four more levels before Day 1 ends. The late-registration period ends until the start of level 16 on Day 2. This means players can enter on Day 2 also. 

Looking at the participation at the Warm Up Bounty event and the number of players who have flown to Goa later including Zarvan Tumboli among others, we can expect the High Roller event to witness some record-breaking participation and crazy action too. In the past, top pro Sriharsha Doddapaneni has shipped the High Roller titles at Colossus for hefty amounts. Only time will tell who will clinch the prestigious title this year. Stay tuned for all the latest updates from this event freshly delivered to you only on Gutshot Magazine. If you’re on social media, follow us on FacebookInstagramTwitter, and Telegram.



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