Day 2 of the Highroller event has the unofficial final table (FT) set with Raj Shekhar Puttamsetty leading the final nine players. For the first time in DPT’s history, a Highroller event has reached Day 3 due to the overwhelming turnout of players. With a record-breaking entry field of 281 players, DPT April 2022’s 65K Highroller event proved to be a smashing hit. Day 2 began amid high energy on the live felts of Deltin Royale. The gameplay resumed at level 11 (blinds 600-1,200 & ante 1,200).
The Highroller event which is the biggest tournament in the DPT April 2022 schedule generated a colossal final prize pool of ₹1,65,86,025. The top 36 places will get paid in this 65K buy-in event. The min-cash is worth an impressive ₹1,12,800. The Highroller winner will get a massive sum of ₹36,63,725 in prize money. The second place finisher will get a pay cheque of ₹25,70,800.
Online reg and Adda52 Pro Arun Sriram busted India Online Poker Championship (IOPC) January 2021 Millionaire Legends and Mastermind winner, Aniket Waghmare. IOPC July 2021 leaderboard champion, Anuj Yadav also departed thanks to Avish Sharma’s Jack backing him on a board of Jd 3s 3c Kh 6s.
Another hot favourite is Spartan Pro Nikita Luther. This pro busted player Sarvesh Jagga. Pre-flop action saw UTG open with 2,500. The World Series Of Poker (WSOP) bracelet winner re-raised to 7K and Jagga went all-in with 16K. Luther made the call and others folded.
Sarvesh: Ax 6x
Luther: Kx Qx
The community cards fell as 8c 4d Jc 2s Qd which gave Luther one-pair with queens. The leggy lass won the pot and left Jagga to bite dust.
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