The Main Event of the WPT Venetian Las Vegas has been going on in full steam at The Venetian Resort in Las Vegas. The flights for the event started on 12th July 2022, with the event now reaching its final day. The event will crown one Main Event champion on 17th July 2022.
Indian pro Arsh Grover who is in Las Vegas for the ongoing 53rd edition of the World Series of Poker (WSOP), was seen grinding at the WPT Main Event. After a successful Day 1, the Delhi-based player finished 84th for a handsome paycheque of $11,150.
The event had 1,178 entries in all who participated in this $5,000 buy-in event. The tournament has a prize pool of $5,418,800, which will be shared by the top 126 players who make it in the money. The player who nails the top spot gets to take home a massive $900,000 up top, along with the WPT Venetian Main Event title.
WPT shared video of the money bubble bursting hand at the event on Instagram:
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Grover enjoyed a swingy run at this Main Event. After Day 1, he bagged and tagged 143,000 chips (3,000 BB) to resume Day 2. He climbed up to 300,000 chips (5,000 BB) at the first break. By the second break of the day, when the playing field was down to 172 players, he managed to stack up to approximately 430,000 chips (8,000 BB). After the event had got its ITM finishers, i.e., the top 126, the players went on a dinner break. At the dinner break, the Grover had a wholesome 377,000 chips (12,000 BB).
The India Poker Championship (IPC) Megastacks May 2022 100K Highroller runner-up shared his progress throughout the tournament on his Instagram stories.
Grover was also seen grinding at the WSOP Main Event last week. He finished 803rd out of 8,663 entries at the $10,000 Main Event on Day 4 and cashed $19,000. He also participated in various other events of the ongoing WSOP 2022 edition. Apart from his live participation, he is also regularly grinding on the online poker felts.
In his Instagram stories, Grover also hinted that he was onto the next game to put his poker skills at work. His 87th/1,178 finish at the WPT Venetian Las Vegas Main Event is indeed a great achievement, and we wish him all the best for his upcoming games. GG Grover!
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