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Adda52 Colossus Aug 2022: Main Event Live Updates Poker
Mrinal Gujare
Posted on 08 Aug, 2022
By Mrinal Gujare
On 08 Aug, 2022
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Adda52 Colossus Aug 2022: Main Event Live Updates


3.40 AM: Nishant Sharma Wins Adda52 Colossus Main Event for ₹33.15 Lakh

Nishant Sharma Wins Adda52 Colossus Main Event

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In the final hand of the Adda52 Colossus Aug 2022 Main Event, Nikita Luther (5h 4h) shoved her 1.5 BB stack from the button. Nishant Sharma (Kc 7c) made the call; the community cards fell Kd 9d 3h 8c 4d. Sharma hit a King-pair and took down the Main Event title for an impressive sum of 33,15,000 and a shiny new trophy.

  • Sharma: K 7
  • Luther: 5 4
  • Board: K 9 3 8 4

 


12.40 AM: Nikita Luther Is Now The Chip Lead
(Level: 28, Blinds: 75,000/1,50,000, Big Blind Ante: 1,50,000)

Nikita Luther Is Now The Chip Lead

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After chipping up consistently from the last few hands, Spartan Poker Pro Nikita Luther is now the chip lead. The heads-up is on and so is the pressure to clinch the top title. Take a look at the chip counts.

  • Nikita Luther – 4.4 Million
  • Nishant Sharma – 3.4 Million

 

 

 

 


10:20 Nikita Luther Scores A Double Up 

(Level: 26, Blinds: 50,000/100,000, Big Blind Ante: 100,000) 

Nikita Luther shoves all-in for 335,000 with J 2 and Faiz Alam from the big blind makes the call with 8 6 . The board opens 7 K 6 3 Q and Luther flops a flush and doubles up from Alam.  

  • Luther: J 2
  • Alam: 8 6
  • Board: 7 K 6 3 Q

10:00 PM: Nishant Sharma Leads Final Three

(Level: 25, Blinds: 40,000/80,000, Big Blind Ante: 80,000) 

After the elimination of Amit Tejura in 4th place, the field has whittled down to the final three players, namely WSOP bracelet winner Nikita Luther, Nishant Sharma, and Faiz Alam. Sharma leads the trio with 4,730,000 in chips. Here are their chip counts:

  1. Nishant  Sharma – 4,730,000
  2. Nikita Luther – 1,855,000
  3. Faiz Alam – 1,220,000

9:15 PM: Amit Tejura Finishes 4th For ₹7,63,000

(Level: 25, Blinds: 40,000/80,000, Big Blind Ante: 80,000) 

Amit Tejura

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Nishant Sharma delivers another knockout as he eliminated Amit Tejura in 4th place for ₹7,63,000. Tejura open shoved from UTG for 835,000 with A 8 . Sharma called the all-in from the big blind with A J . The board 3 4 J 6 9 gave top pair to Sharma and Tejura exited the tournament. 

  • Sharma: A J
  • Tejura: A 8
  • Board: 3 4 J 6 9

 

 


8:50 PM: Mukul Agarwal Exits In 5th for ₹5,81,000

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

Mukul Agarwal

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Mukul Agarwal from the small blind moves all-in for 320,000 with J 4 and Amit Tejura from the big blind calls with K 5 . The community cards A A 5 8 3 fall and Tejura wons the pot with two pairs (AA,55). Agarwal is knocked out in 5th place for ₹5,81,000.

  • Tejura: K 5
  • Agarwal: J 4
  • Board: A A 5 8 3

8:35 PM: Ankit Jajodia Finishes 6th for ₹4,93,000

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

Ankit Jajodia

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The next one to bust out was poker pro Ankit Jajodia. With pocket jacks, he open shoves from UTG for 330,000. Nishant Sharma tank-calls his shove with pocket queens. The board opens to reveal 5 3 7 2 5 . Jajodia’s Hooks fail against Sharma’s Ladies and he busts out from the tournament in 6th place for ₹4,93,000.

  • Sharma: Q Q
  • Jajodia: J J
  • Board: 5 3 7 2 5

8:20 PM: Ratul Steves Out In 7th For ₹4,28,000

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

Ratul Steves

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Ratul Steves with pocket tens, open shoves for 790,000, and Nishant Sharma from cutoff makes the call with Ace-Jack offsuit. The community cards are A 2 K J 6 which delivers the victory to Sharma who flopped top pair (AA,JJ). Steves walks away in 7th place for ₹4,28,000.

  • Sharma: A J
  • Steves: T T
  • Board: A 2 K J 6

8:10 PM: Loveleen Singh Busts In 8th For ₹3,75,000

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

Loveleen Singh

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Loveleen Singh from UTG open shoves for 285,000 with A 8 . Nikita Luther calls from the small blind with 7 6 . The board opens to K K 7 T 6 . Luther wins the pot with two pairs (KK,77). Singh is eliminated in 8th place for₹3,75,000

  • Luther: 7 6
  • Singh: A 8
  • Board: K K 7 T 6

7:55 PM: Nikita Luther Doubles Up Through Nishant Sharma

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

Nikita Luther

Two pros clash as Nishant Sharma bets 125,000 from an early position. His bet is called by WSOP bracelet winner Nikita Luther from big blind, who moves all in for 700,000 with hole cards A 8 . Sharma holding pocket tens, tank calls. The board shows cards Q 8 J 9 K and gave the win to Luther who completed a flush on the river. 

  • Luther: A 8
  • Sharma: T T
  • Board: Q 8 J 9 K

7:30 PM: Ranjeet Negi Bubbles Main Event FT

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

Ranjeet Negi

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Ankit Jajodia open shoves from an early position for 445,000 with pocket kings. Ranjeet Negi with the shortest stack, calls from the big blind for 225,000 with A 2 , putting his tournament life at risk. The community cards go face up to reveal 7 J 4 7 5 . Jajodia takes the pot with two pairs (KK,77) while Negi bubbles the FT and finishes in 9th place for ₹3,31,100.

  • Jajodia: K K
  • Negi: A 2
  • Board: 7 J 4 7 5

6:40 PM: Chip Counts After First Break – Faiz Still In Lead 

(Level: 23, Blinds: 25,000/50,000, Big Blind Ante: 50,000)

  1. Faiz Alam – 219,500
  2. Nishant Sharma – 205,000
  3. Ratul Steves – 79,000
  4. Amit Tejura – 61,500
  5. Nikita Luther –  61,000
  6. Ankit Jajodia – 44,500
  7. Loveleen  Singh –  43,500
  8. Mukul  Agarwal – 44,000
  9. Ranjeet Negi – 22,5oo

6:25 PM: Nishant Sharma Triples Up

(Level: 23, Blinds: 25,000/50,000, Big Blind Ante: 50,000)

Nishant Sharma had the second biggest chip stack at the start of the FT. Sharma tripled up just a while ago when chip lead Faiz Alam open-shoved 2.9 million into the pot. Sharma called Alam’s bet from the hi-jack position for 740,000 and Ankit Jajodia from the button called for 790,000. At showdown, the cards went face up with Alam holding A T , Sharma with pocket jacks, and Jajodia with A K . The board opened to 6 Q 3 6 3 and gave Sharma the better two pairs (JJ,66). The side pot was chopped between Alam and Jajodia. 

  • Sharma: J J
  • Alam: A T
  • Jajodia: A K
  • Board: 6 Q 3 6 3

5:45 PM: Faiz Alam Wins Back-To-Back Pots

(Level: 23, Blinds: 25,000/50,000, Big Blind Ante: 50,000)

FT chip lead and AOPS ME champion Faiz Alam is making most of his massive stack by putting pressure on his opponents at the table. Just sometime ago, he took down back-to-back pots by open-shoving and forcing his opponents to fold. He has over 2.9 million in chips now.


5:15 PM: Shuffle-Up & Deal – Day 3 Begins

(Level: 22, Blinds: 20,000/40,000, Big Blind Ante: 40,000)

The Adda52 Colossus Main Event had nine players make it to the final day. Day 3 of the event started with the Tournament Director’s announcement of the customary ‘Shuffle-up and deal.’


5.45 AM: Final Table of the Main Event Is Set 

(Level: 22, Blinds: 20,000/40,000, Big Blind Ante: 40,000)

Faiz Alam

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The Adda52 Colossus Aug 2022 Main Event has its final table set with nine players. Popular grinder Faiz Alam is leading the pack, followed by Nishant Sharma and Spartan Poker Pro Nikita Luther. The final table will resume today at 5 PM and will crown a champion. Stay tuned for all the live updates on Gutshot Magazine.

 

 

 

 

Top Nine Chip Counts

  • Faiz Alam – 22,40,000 chips
  • Nishant Sharma – 9,80,000 chips
  • Nikita Luther – 9,55,000 chips
  • Amit Tejura – 7,55,000 chips
  • Ankit Jajodia – 6,90,000 chips
  • Ratul Steves – 6,30,000 chips
  • Mukul Agarwal – 5,85,000 chips
  • Loveleen Singh – 5,80,000 chips
  • Ranjeet Negi 3,90,000 chips

5.00 AM: Tanmay Benara Exits In The 10th Spot

(Level: 22, Blinds: 20,000/40,000, Big Blind Ante: 40,000)

Tanmay Benara Exits In The 10th Spot

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In a small blind versus big blind battle, Tanmay Benara (8 6 ) from the small blind went all-in with 105K and online reg Nishant Sharma (Q 7 ) from big blind position snap called. Both players revealed their cards; the community cards fell 3 A 2 J K . This board gave 

It was a battle of the small blind and big blind where Tanmay Benara from SB shoved all-in for 105k and Nishant Sharma from big blind made a snap call. Both players then tabled their cards. Sharma’s Queen sails through and Benara who had a good run in the Colossus Aug 2022 Main Event was out in 10th spot for ₹2,94,000.

  • Tanmay: 8 6
  • Nishant: Q 7
  • Board: 3 A 2 J K

4.30 AM: Chirag Sodha Out In The 11th Position

(Level: 22, Blinds: 20,000/40,000, Big Blind Ante: 40,000)

Chirag Sodha Out In The 11th Position

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Faiz Alam opened with 80K and NPS 2022 Main Event champ Chirag Sodha shoved all-in for 340K from the button position. Faiz made the call. The board ran out 7s 9s 9c 8d Qd and gave the IPC Megastacks May 2022 ₹100K High Roller second runner-up a straight (Q J T 9 8). Sodha’s Cowboys were rendered useless and he exited at the 11th spot for ₹2,94,000.

  • Chirag: Ks Kc
  • Faiz: Ts Jh
  • Board: 7s 9s 9c 8d Qd

3.45 AM: Recent Eliminations
(Level: 20, Blinds: 10,000/15,000, Big Blind Ante: 15,000)

  • Kaushik Waghela (17th, ₹2,26,000)
  • Ramesh Thotapalli (16th, ₹2,26,000)
  • Vikaash Shah (15th, ₹2,58,300)
  • Sahil Agarwal (14th, ₹2,58,300)
  • Vikram Kumar aka ‘Lungi’ (13th, ₹2,58,300)
  • Rahul Jeendgar (12th, ₹2,94,000)

2.50 AM: Vivek Singh bubbled the Colossus Aug 2022 Main Event

Vivek Singh bubbled the Colossus Aug 2022 Main Event

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IPC Megastacks May 2022 15K Mystery Bounty winner Vivek Singh is the Adda52 Colossus Aug 2022 Main Event bubble boy. Check out what this crucial hand played out like. Faiz Alam opened with 30K from the cutoff. Singh (T T ) re-raised it to 1.75 Lakh from the button position. Ratul Steves (Q Q ) went all-in for 2.63 Lakh from the small blind position. Faiz withdrew from the hand, while Singh made the call with his remaining chips. The board ran out 3 4 7 Q 4x. This gave Steves a full house and Singh was eliminated. 

  • Steves: Q Q
  • Singh: T T
  • Board: 3 4 7 Q 4x

1.40 AM: Clock Paused! Time For Money Bubble

The Tournament Director has paused the clock as it’s time for the money bubble (18 players left in the game). Hand-for-hand is in progress and the player who leaves the game now, will sadly be the bubble girl/boy of the Adda52 Colossus Aug 2022 Main Event.


1.10 AM: Payouts Announced

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

Payouts for the Adda52 Colossus Aug 2022 Main Event are announced. The top 17 places will get a share of the ₹1,17,39,000 prize pool with the biggest piece (₹33,15,000) going to the title winner. The min-cash of the Colossus Aug 2022 Main Event is ₹2,26,000. 

Check out the Main Event payouts

  • 1st – ₹33,15,000
  • 2nd – ₹21,00,000
  • 3rd – ₹12,44,000
  • 4th – ₹7,63,000
  • 5th – ₹5,81,000
  • 6th – ₹4,93,000
  • 7th – ₹4,28,000
  • 8th – ₹3,75,000
  • 9th – ₹3,31,100
  • 10th – 2,94,000
  • 11th – ₹2,94,000
  • 12th – ₹2,94,000
  • 13th – ₹2,58,300
  • 14th – ₹2,58,300
  • 15th – ₹2,58,300
  • 16th – ₹2,26,000
  • 17th – ₹2,26,000

00.30 AM: Mukul Eliminates Sriharsha and Gaurav 

(Level: 16, Blinds: 4,000/8,000, Big Blind Ante: 8,000)

Mukul Eliminates Sriharsha and Gaurav

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Looks like poker Gods did not favour Sriharsha Doddapaneni! The pro who made a re-entry into the Main Event on Day 2 was sadly shown the door by Mukul Agarwal. Check out what went down in this action filled hand.

Sahil Agarwal opened with 12K. Gaurav Bhandari took the all-in route for 16K from the button, and Doddapaneni jammed with 122K. Mukul from the big blind made the call. The action on the table circled back to Sahil who folded. The board ran out Tx 8x 8x 9x 3x giving Agarwal his full boat. Unfortunately for the other two players, it was game over.

  • Bhandari: A J
  • Agarwal: T T
  • Doddapaneni: Q Q
  • Board: Tx 8x 8x 9x 3x

11. 45 PM: Sriharsha Makes A Well-Timed Re-Entry, Chops A Pot

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

Sriharsha Doddapaneni

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Sriharsha Doddapaneni who was eliminated by Nikita Luther made a re-entry before late reg was shut. This poker pro was back and back with a bang! Read on to know why.
Doddapaneni (A K ) open-shoved for 81K from under the gun. Sahil Agarwal (A K ) jammed for 178K while Gaurav Bhandari (J J ) took the all-in route for 194K. The board ran out 8 5 A 7 T . This Doddapaneni and Agarwal an Ace-pair while Bhandari already had pocket jacks which did not improve any further. The main pot was chopped between Doddapaneni and Agarwal, while the side pot was won by the latter.

  • Doddapaneni: A K
  • Agarwal: A K
  • Bhandari: J J
  • Board: 8 5 A 7 T

11.30 PM: Siddhanth Kripalani Out Of The ME Race

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

Siddhanth Kripalani (A 9 ) open-shoved for 75K from the cutoff position. Online reg Tanmay Benera (A 8 ) made the call from the small blind position and Ranjeet Negi folded. The community cards fell as K 3 J 8 6 . The Adda52 Colossus Aug 2022 High Roller winner was eliminated as Benara got an one pair with his eight.

  • Kripalani: A 9
  • Benara: A 8
  • Board: K 3 J 8 6

11.15 PM: Late Registration Closed, 129 Entries Registered

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

The late registration for the Adda52 Colossus 2022 Main Event was shut post the conclusion of Level 14.  The highly anticipated event had 129 entries (48 re-entries) locking horns for the title. With this entry field, the Main Event saw the biggest turnout of players. Only 41 players now remain in the game and all eyes are on the final table.


 10.45 PM: Kartik Ved Doubles Up 

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

 Kartik Ved Doubles Up

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Kartik Ved (A Q ) open-shoved for 41K from an early position. Sahil Agarwal (A 9 ) made the call from the button. The board ran out 5 7 J 3 2 and gave the WSOP Online bracelet winner a double up in the process. Ved’s Queen did the trick for him.

  • Ved: A Q
  • Agarwal: A 9
  • Board: 5 7 J 3 2

10.10 PM: Nikita Luther Shows Sriharsha Doddapaneni The Door

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

Sriharsha Doddapaneni (A K ) opened with 8K from the hijack position. World Series of Poker (WSOP) bracelet winner Nikita Luther (7 7 ) raised to 21K from the cutoff position. The maiden DPT Colossus Super High Roller winner Doddapaneni shoved and the Spartan Poker Pro snap called. The community cards were revealed as 6d 4c 5c 6c 9c. The leggy lass took down the pot with her one card flush while her rival was eliminated.

  • Doddapaneni: A K
  • Luther: 7 7
  • Board: 6 4 5 6 9

8.50 PM: 115 Entries So Far, More expected
(Level: 11, Blinds: 1,500/2,500, Big Blind Ante: 2,500)

The player field of the Colossus Aug 2022 Main Event continues to grow bigger on Day 2. The number of entries stand at 115 and more entries are expected till late registration is open till the conclusion of Level 14.
Some well-known grinders who have joined the Main Event action on Day 2 include names like Nikita Luther, Ratul Steves, Sriharsha Doddapaneni, Adda52 Colossus Aug 2022 High Roller winner Siddhanth Kripalani, and online reg Arjanveer Singh Chaddha.


7.30 PM: Shuchi Chamaria Doubles Ups Through Amit Tejura
(Level: 10, Blinds: 1,000/2,000, Big Blind Ante: 2,000)

Shuchi Chamaria Doubles Ups Through Amit Tejura

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The massively popular player Ramesh Rao Thotapalli aka RRT opened with 4.9K from the cutoff. Online reg Vaibhav Sharma flat called from the button position. Shuchi Chamaria (J T ) took the all-in route with 29.3K from the small blind position and Amit Tejura (A Q ) re-raised to 60K from the big blind position. The action on the table then came back to RRT who opted to fold and Sharma too followed suit. The community cards fell 9 T 10 K 8 and Chamaria got three of a kind with her Ten.

Amit: A Q

Shuchi: J T

Board: 9 T T K 8


6 PM: Aditya Agarwal Doubles Up
(Level: 9, Blinds: 800/1,600, Big Blind Ante: 1,600)

Aditya Agarwal Doubles Up

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Aditya Agarwal (A Q ) opens with 3.5K from under the gun (UTG). Day 1 chip lead Meherzad Munsaf from the button position flat called. Mukul Agarwal (K K ) from big blind position raises to 15.5K. The action on the table circles back to Agarwal who shoved 70.2K chips into the pot. Mukul made the call but Munsaf chose to fold. The board ran out T 2 3 T 4 . Mukul’s Cowboys were rendered useless as Aditya made a flush on the river and scooped the pot.

  • Aditya: A Q
  • Mukul: K K
  • Board: T 2 3 T 4

Day 2 of the Adda52 Colossus Aug 2022 Main Event began with some heavy-duty names in contention. Goonjan Mall, Manish Lakhotia, Vaibhav Sharma, Kartik Ved, Adda52 Game Ambassador Kunal Patni, WPT Prime Main Event champion Zarvan Tumboli, Adda52 Colossus 50K Warm Up Bounty Shravan Chhabria among others are grinding in Day 2. When it comes to female players, Shuchi Chamaria and Priya Agarwal have qualified for Day 2.

3 AM: Meherzad Munsaf Leading The Pack Of 50 Survivors

Meherzad Munsaf Leading The Pack Of 50 Survivors

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Adda52 Colossus Main Event Day 1 has well-known poker player Meherzad Munsaf as the chip lead. He is followed by another massively popular player Ramesh Rao Thotapalli aka RRT. Munsaf has 225,000 chips at his disposal to fight for the title spot while RRT has 190,500 chips to take a shot at victory.

Adda52 Colossus Main Event: End of Day 1 Chip Counts

NAME CHIPS
MEHERZAD MUNSAF 225000
RAMESH THOTAPALLI (RRT) 190800
CHIRAG SODHA 190500
RITESH KHATWANI 188000
GAGANDEEP MALIK 165600
AKSHAT SHARMA 165200
VINEET KUMAR 150500
GOONJAN MALL 145000
ROSHAN RODRIGUES 144600
PRASHANT J BHUTORIA 135800
AKSHAY KAPOOR 125600
SHASHANK JAIN 119400
KUNAL CHANDRA 110000
PAWAN JAISWAL 104800
SOMASHEKAR KM 103600
NISHANT SHARMA 103300
FAIZ ALAM 101600
ANKIT JAJODIA 97200
MUKUL AGARWAL 94300
GERA ABRAHAM 92800
YASH JAISWAL 85800
SUMIT SAPRA 85800
PANKAJ BHARDWAJ 81400
SANDEEP SHARMA 80300
VAIBHAV SHARMA 76800
RANJEET NEGI 76500
BINIT SARAF 74200
KARTIK VED 71400
GURPAL SINGH 68000
PRIYA AGARWAL 65700
AVINASH TAURO 63800
SABREESH RAO 62200
AMIT TEJURA 62100
RAJESH JAGANNADHAM 60000
KAUSHIK WAGHELA 59700
TANMAY BENARA 57900
VIRAL LODHIYA 57100
MANISH LAKHOTIA 55500
KANISHK SAMANT 55200
HARSH BUBNA 55000
VIKAASH SHAH 53200
APOORVA GOEL 50100
KUNAL PATNI 49500
ZARVAN TUMBOLI 47200
SHUCHI CHAMARIA 42800
GIRISH 37000
SHRAVAN CHHABRIA 32800
GAURAV BHANDARI 30100
AYAZ KHAN 29100
LOVELEEN SINGH 22100

12.40 AM: Chip Counts At Second Break

Take a look at some chip counts at the second break of Colossus Aug 2022 Main Event Day 1.

(Level: 6, Blinds: 400/800, Big Blind Ante: 800)

  • Chirag Sodha – 200K
  • Akshat Sharma (online satty winner) – 170K
  • Prashant B – 169.3K
  • Vikash Shah – 147.2K
  • Ritesh Khatwani – 142K
  • Shashank Jain – 119K

10: 55 PM: Shashank Jain Doubles Up

(Level: 3, Blinds: 200/400, Big Blind Ante: 400)

Shashank Jain Doubles Up

Shashank Jain (A A ) opened from the UTG position with 1,200. Popular player Tanmay Benara (A K ) raised to 3,000 from the middle position. The action on the table circles back to Jain who threw 12K chips into the pot and Benara kept the heat on by raising the bet to 25K. Jain took the all-in route with 53.9K chips and Benara called. On a board of 7 8 6 J 2 , Jain had the last laugh with his Pocket Rockets that helped him scored a double up.

  • Jain: A A
  • Benara: A K
  • Board: 7 8 6 J 2

9:00 PM: Popular Players In The House

Some notable players grinding in the Main Event are World Series of Poker (WSOP) Online bracelet winner Kartik Ved, Shravan Chhabria, Sriharsha Doddapaneni, Manish Lakhotia, Vaibhav Sharma, Zarvan Tumboli, Gagandeep Malik, Chirag Sodha, and Shashank Jain.

Finally, the highly anticipated event of the Adda52 Colossus Aug 2022 is here. Yes folks, we are talking about Day 1 of the 100K Main Event at Deltin Royale casino in Goa. The event kicked-off amid high energy buzzing through the felts. The event was scheduled to kick-start at 7 PM and was running alongside the 200K High Roller Day 2. 

For those who missed out on the High Roller action, it was poker pro Siddhanth Kripalani who shipped the title and a hefty pay cheque of ₹45.28 Lakh. Coming back to the Colossus Main Event, this tournament is a three-day affair which will run from 5th to 7th August. Day 2 will be on 6th August and Day 3 will follow on 7th August.

As per the tournament structure, every participant will be given a starting stack of 60K and the blinds will start at 100/200 and no big blind ante. Every level in the Main Event will last for 40 minutes and player can enter this tournament till late registration remains open till Level 14 ends (Day 2). Day 1 of the Main Event will have two breaks (20-minute dinner break and 15-minute break). The tournament will call it a night on Day 1 after the completion of Level 8.

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