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Bhavin Khatri Ships 888poker Live London ME For £126,340 Poker
Manthra Koliyer
Posted on 19 Jan, 2022
By Manthra Koliyer
On 19 Jan, 2022
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By Manthra Koliyer
On 19 Jan, 2022
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Bhavin Khatri Ships 888poker Live London ME For £126,340


Indian origin poker player Bhavin Khatri shipped 888poker’s Live London Main Event (ME) hosted at Grosvenor Victoria Casino. The tournament had 642 players who generated a prize pool of £513,600. Khatri outlasted 641 players and took home £126,340 in prize money. This win is Khatri’s largest tournament score. A slice of the prize pool was shared among the 68 players who finished in the money.

Khatri was leading with a massive chip lead of 117 blinds as compared to Shah Athar’s 42 big blinds. The latter became the runner-up for £89,620. The final heads-up of the game saw Athar limp with an A5 while Khatri raised with KJ. A queen-high flop kept the game interesting. A nine on the turn and a 10 on the river gave Khatri ME winning straight. The last three months have been quite eventful for Khatri. He clinched the 29th position in the £ 1,800 + 200 No Limit Hold’em – GUKPT Grand Final event hosted on 2 December and cashed £ 5,650. Likewise, this player took the 40th spot in the £ 330 + 40 No Limit Hold’em – GUKPT Mini Main Event. He received a pay cheque of £ 1,000 in this event hosted on 21 November. 

Fourth place went to Oliver Price who was also the chip leader when the day began. He went home with a prize money of £32,360. Some of the well-known players who made it to the top ranks in this tournament were Tamer Kamel, Jack Oliver, Kevin Allen, Ronan Sweeney, Steve Watts, Jack Hardcastle, and Kully Sidhu.

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Ian Simpson busted in fifth spot for  £19,520 while Oliver White who busted sixth took home £12,840. Steven Game took the seventh spot for £9,750. Nick Marchington scooped £7,190 for his eighth-place finish. Joseph Bodner cashed £6,160 after departing at the ninth position. Bodner was the shortest stack at the FT and failed to turn the game in his favour.

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