The Final Table Series 3.0 (FTS 3.0) is now on its fifth day and excited viewers flocked to their screens to watch the FT action for the featured Double Stack event. After Day 4, the final table for FTS 3.0 Double Stack was set with Archit Saraogi leading the lot. However, in probably one of the quickest final tables yet, it was Ashish Munot aka ‘Donkey07’ who ultimately clinched the FTS 3.0 Double Stack title. Here’s a complete recap of what went down.
Busting out first was Abhishek Kumar Chaurasia aka ‘Bittur’ who entered the final table with 2,236,721 chips (19 BB) in fourth position. However, in a quick knockout he ended up busting in the eight position for ₹57,912.
Next to bid goodbye to his pals on the FT was Mohammad Azhar aka ‘Cupid stunt.’ Azhar did have a strong lead earlier on in the game but was unable to hold on to his stack. In no time he was the second to bust out and finished in the seventh position for ₹81,534.
Finishing off where he started was player Dharambir Yadav aka ‘Baba1981’ who entered the FT with the sixth-highest chip stack. As the game progressed, Yadav did his best to chip up but unfortunately was knocked out of the game. He busted in the sixth position for ₹1,08,458.
Eshan Kapoor aka ‘Ekapoor’ started at the bottom of the FT with only 6 BB. However, he didn’t let this stop him as he also made the final table back in November 2020 for the FTS Big Game. While he didn’t clinch the tournament, his fifth-place finish for ₹1,38,430 proves this player still has a lot of fight left in him.
Entering the FT in the best position was Archit Saraogi aka ‘Archit789’ who had a massive 93 BB to start with. However, Saraogi ended up busting in the fourth position and pocketed ₹1,76,530.
Mystery player ‘sivaas’ who started in the seventh position with only 9 BB played extremely well in the FT. Rising from his starting stack, ‘sivaas’ went on to finish in the third position for ₹2,22,250.
It seems that both the event’s mystery players managed to grab the third and second spots in the event. Player ‘Strangler’ did his best in the game but ultimately finished as the runner up in the event for ₹3,09,880.
Finally, it was Ashish Munot aka ‘Donkey 07’ who climbed his way to the top and ended up shipping the Double Stack title. Starting from the fifth position, Munot played aggressively and chipped up to eventually take his place at the top. He ended up adding ₹4,91,490 to his bankroll.
Donna Amo is a writer at Gutshot Magazine. She is a graduate from Sophia College of Women, Mumbai with a degree in English Literature. When this October born foodie is not writing content or poetry, she spends her time laughing at memes or watching series. Based out of Mizoram, she is drawn to all things nature and has a soft spot for puppies.
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