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DPT November 2022 1.1L High Roller: Live Updates Poker
Mrinal Gujare
Posted on 11 Nov, 2022
By Mrinal Gujare
On 11 Nov, 2022
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By Mrinal Gujare
On 11 Nov, 2022
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DPT November 2022 1.1L High Roller: Live Updates


22:15: Sanat and Ashish are all smiles

Take a look at the DPT Nov 2022 High Roller winner and runner-up posing with their respective trophies. Congratulations to both the players!

Sanat Mehrotra

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Ashish Ahuja

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22:00: Final table payouts

  1. Sanat Mehrotra – ₹37,57,900
  2. Ashish Ahuja – ₹31,94,000
  3. Shashank Shekhar – 36,44,476
  4. Kanchan Sharma – ₹16,90,303
  5. Himanshu Chhikara – ₹12,68,776
  6. Deepak Agarwal – ₹10,15,021
  7. Gopi Krishna – ₹8,43,054 
  8. Somashekar KM –  ₹6,75,282

21: 40: Sanat Mehrotra wins DPT Nov 2022 High Roller

Sanat Mehrotrahas shipped the title after beating Ashish Ahuja in the heads-up. Mehrotra held A 7 against Ahuja’s Q T , on the board of 3 3 4 7 6 .

  • Mehrotra: A 7
  • Ahuja: Q T
  • Board: 3 3 4 7 6

21: 00: Shashank Shekhar out in 3rd spot

After a long three-way play, the game is now to the final two contenders.  Shashank Shekhar raised to 240K from the button with A Q and received a caller in Ashish Ahuja who held Q 7 in the big blind. The board showed Q 6 T keeping Shekhar in the lead. Ahuja checked and Shekhar bet 180K. Ahuja flat called to see 2 on the river. Ahuja again checked and this time Shekhar bet 560K chips and was tank called by Ahuja.  The 7 river, Ahuja checked and Shekhar shoved his 1.9 M all-in. Ahuja called, and Shekhar suffered a bad beat and walked away with the second runner-up title. GG, Shashank!

Shashank Shekhar all smiles

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  • Ahuja: Q 7
  • Shekhar: A Q
  • Board: Q 6 T 2 7  

20:35: It’s a three-way deal

The final three players, Ashish Ahuja, Sanat Mehrotra and Shashank Shekhar have chopped and settled on a three-way independent chip model (ICM) deal. According to the deal, Mehrotra will cash the highest ₹37,57,900, Shekhar will pocket ₹36,44,476, while Ahuja will walk home with a pay cheque of ₹31,94,000. However, the three players will continue to play for the title and the trophy. 

20:15: Kanchan Sharma out in 4th spot

Online reg Kanchan Sharma gets eliminated in the 4th spot for ₹16,90,303. In a hand that was AJ vs AK, Sharma went all-in with her Big Slick but her rival Ashish Ahuja (like we mentioned previously was blessed) found two Jacks on the board and took down the pot which led to the female pro’s elimination.

Kanchan Sharma is all smiles

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Kanchan Sharma out

20:10: Top three payouts are heavy duty!

  • 1st –  ₹50,64,621
  • 2nd – ₹35,50,475
  • 3rd –  ₹22,81,699

20:00: Sanat and Shashank both have 4.3 million chips!

At this stage in the final table Sanat Mehrotra and Shashank Shekhar both are leading with 4.3 million chips. Take a look at the updated count.

Sanat Mehrotra and Shashank Shekhar

19:40: Ashish and Shashank chop the pot!

Ashish Ahuja (AQs) and Shashank Shekhar (AKo) went all-in and the pot stood at 3.2 million. With Ahuja throwing in a vibe of ‘I’m not lucky, I’m blessed’ both the players ended the hand in a chop as the board revealed Qs Kc Jh Tc 4h!

Ashish and Shashank chop the pot!

19: 20: Chip counts update

The play is moving ahead slowly and cautiously and no player wants to make an error that will cost them the DPT Nov 2022 HR title. Take a look at the chip counts below.

DPT Nov 2022 High Roller final table set

18: 50: Final table boils down to four!

Kanchan Sharma, Sanat Mehrotra, Ashish Ahuja and Shashank Shekhar continue to battle it out for the DPT Nov 2022 HR title. 

Final table boils down to four!

18:30: Shashank Shekhar enters the final table as chip lead!

DPT Nov 2022 High Roller final table set

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Chip counts at the start of the final table 

  1. Shashank Shekhar – 44.6 Lakh
  2. Sanat Mehrotra – 25.15 Lakh
  3. Kanchan Sharma – 11.5 Lakh
  4. Ashish Ahuja – 10.3 Lakh
  5. Deepak Aggarwal – 610K
  6. Himanshu Chhikara – 460K
  7. Gopi Reddy – 430K
  8. Somashekhar KM – 270K

18:00: DPT Nov 2022 High Roller final table set!

Adda52 Game Ambassador Kunal Patni shared a picture of the DPT Nov 2022 High Roller final table contenders. Take a look.

DPT Nov 2022 High Roller final table set

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17:45: Two-time IPC Main Event champion Kanishka Samant out!

This well-known player from the Indian poker circuit busted from the DPT Nov 2022 High Roller event at the 9th spot. Kanishka Samant takes a pay cheque of ₹5,05,413. Take a look at Samant’s bust out hand below. 

On Level 23, blinds: 25K – 50K/ big blind ante 50K, two-time IPC Main Event champion Kanishka Samant (Kh 3h) went all-in with 260K and the lawyer turned pro Ashish Ahuja (Ah Qs) made the call to up the preflop action. The dealer fanned out 4d 6c 7s Js Ts which led to Ahuja winning the hand with an Ace-high and sadly for Samant it was game over.

  • Kanishka Samant: Kh 3h
  • Ashish Ahuja: Ah Qs
  • Board: 4d 6c 7s Js Ts
Kanishka Samant out of the race

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17:15: Areyann Gurbaxani next one to go!

Areyann Gurbaxani takes the 10th and a pay cheque of ₹3,69,098.

Areyann Gurbaxani takes the 10th and a pay cheque of ₹3,69,098

16:55: Arsh Grover couldn’t get his chips back. Busted 12th

Previously we reported how Arsh Grover lost a big pot and now the pro has been eliminated from the DPT Nov 2022 HR at the 12th spot for ₹3,69,098. Grover posted this update on his Instagram handle and he will now look to come back stronger in the Main Event. 

 DPT Nov 2022 HR Day 2 eliminations from 25th to 15th spots

16:35: Sanjay Reddy finishes 13th

Eliminations continue in the High Roller event and looks like we will have the final table set pretty soon. Sanjay Reddy left the High Roller tourney at the 13th for ₹3,04,087. Stay tuned for live updates.

16:10: Gokul Krishna out in 14th spot for 3,04,087

On Level 21, blinds: 15,000 – 30,000/ big blind ante 30,000, the end of Day 1 chip leader, Shashank Shekar opened with 60K from the button position. With nothing much left in hand, Gopi Krishna went all-in with 5K. The player in the big blind position folded after thinking for a bit and the hand was to be played between Shekar and Krishna. The community cards fell 5h Qd Ac 9s 10s and with that Shekar got his Ten-pair and his rival was already looking at the exit door.

  • Gopi Krishna: 3s 2d
  • Shashank Shekar: Tc 8d
  • Board: 5h Qd Ac 9s Ts

15:35: DPT Nov 2022 HR Day 2 eliminations from 25th to 15th spots

  • Rajashekhar Puttamsetty – 23rd – ₹2,01,326
  • Vivek Singh – 22nd – ₹2,01,326
  • Vikash Shah – 21st – 2,26,492
  • Yuvraj Chaudhary – 20th – ₹2,26,492
  • Goonjan Mall – 19th – ₹2,26,492
  • Mayank Maruka – 18th – ₹2,57,949
  • Karan Kapur – 17th – ₹2,57,949
  • Tanmay Benara – 16th – ₹2,57,949
  • Pranav Bagai – 15th – ₹3,69,098

15:10: Tanmay Benara busted! Finished 16th for ₹2,57,949

Online reg Tanmay Benara took the exit path from the DPT Nov 2022 High Roller event after busting in the 16th position for ₹2,57,949. Benara busted at the hands of Areyann Gurbaxani. Take a look at the hand below. On Level 21, blinds 15,000 – 30,000/big blind ante 30,000, Tanmay Benara shoved 110K from the cutoff and his rival in the hand Areyann Gurbaxani made the call from the big blind position. The board revealed 3 2 2 A 4 (a straight draw on the board was interesting to see!) and Gurbaxani got his two pairs to survive and Benara busted as his hole cards and the board did him no good.

DPT Nov 2022: 1.1 Lakh High Roller Live Updates

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  • Tanmay Benara: 8 J
  • Areyann Gurbaxani: 3x K
  • Board: 3 2 2 A 4

14:35: Arsh Grover lost a big pot!

The winner of the fourth edition of Final Table Series (FTS), Arsh Grover has shared an update about him losing a big pot. Grover shared this update on his Instagram handle and looks like this pro will have to do some damage control ASAP!

DPT Nov 2022 1.1 Lakh High Roller Live Updates

14:10: Birthday girl Kanchan Sharma is all smiles

It is poker pro Kanchan Sharma’s birthday and this poker dynamo is grinding hard for the top spot. As the game gets more fierce, it would be interesting to see how this pro stifles competition for the High Roller title.

DPT Nov 2022 1.1 Lakh High Roller Live Updates

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13:40: Check out the recent eliminations from the High Roller Day 2

  • Karan Kapur – 17th – ₹2,57,949
  • Yuvraj Choudhary – 20th – ₹2,01,326
  • Vikas Shah – 21st – ₹2,01,326
  • Vivek Singh – 22nd – ₹2,01,326

13: 15: Arsh Grover in beast mode!

Arsh Grover has turned on his beast mode and you need proof we’ve got it. The popular pro has shared an update on his Instagram handle wherein he shared the update on his chip stack and may we say, we are utterly impressed. Take a look below.

12:45: Laksh Pal Singh shown the door

Laksh pal Singh

IOPC Jan 2021 Main Event winner Laksh Pal Singh was shown the door by female pro Kanchan Sharma. Singh lost a flip against Sharma and exited at the 24th spot with a pay cheque of ₹2,01,326.

12:30: Waiting to see how Day 2 turns out?

Well, you are not alone. We all are waiting to see how Day 2 turns out and most importantly the winner!

12:00: All eyes on how Shashank Shekhar navigates Day 2

Shashank Shekhar will be the player everyone is looking at. He is the chip lead at the end of Day 1 of the DPT 1.1L High Roller. Will he maintain his chip lead? We shall wait and watch.

Shashank Shekhar

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01:15: End of Day 1 Chip Counts

Day 1 has ended and 40 players will progress onto Day 2 of the High Roller event.

Name Chips
Shashank Shekhar 1,011,000
Goonjan Mall 605,000
Gopi Krishna Reddy 573,000
Sanat Mehrotra 540,000
Gokul Raj 501,000
Areyann Gurbaxani 498,000
Himanshu Chhikara 409,000
Vikaash Shah 361,000
Ashish Ahuja 338,000
Arsh Griver 320,000
Laksh Pal Singh 297,000
Shardul Parthasarathi 281,000
Kanishka Samant 280,000
Loveleen Singh 263,000
Vivek Singh 257,000
Roshan Bharadwaj 246,000
Sanjay Reddy 236,000
Pranav Bagai 209,000
Karan Kapur 205,000
Rajasekhar Puttamsetty 198,000
Kunal Patni 195,000
Samay Parikh 179,000
Yuvraj Chaudhary 177,000
Nikhil Gutta 173,000
Mayank Maruka 169,000
Deepak Aggarwal 166,000
Somashekar KM 160,000
Raj R 154,000
Peush Singhvi 146,000
Siddhanth Kripalani 145,000
Saransh Garg 144,000
Kanchan Sharma 136,000
Siddharth Singhvi 124,000
Tanmay Benara 123,000
Nitin Gupta 109,000
Avinash Tauro 101,000
Eka Vedantham 89,000
Myron Pereira 52,000
Harshad Barve 47,000
Vikhyat Ahlawat 41,000

00:15: End of Day 1

Day 1 has officially ended, and 41 players have progressed to Day 2. The day ended at Level 16: blinds 4,000/8,000, big blind ante 8,000. Day 2 will resume with the 40 survivors tomorrow at Level 17: Blinds 6,000/8,000. 

23:30: Payouts Announced!

The payouts for the 1.1L High Roller have been announced! The prize pool of ₹2,09,71,500 will be shared by the top 24 players. The min-cash will be ₹2,01,326, while the winner will pocket a massive ₹50,64,621. 

Here are the 1st to 24th places payouts

  • 1st – ₹50,64,621
  • 2nd – ₹35,50,475
  • 3rd – ₹22,81,699
  • 4th – ₹16,90,303
  • 5th – ₹12,68,776
  • 6th – ₹10,15,021
  • 7th – ₹8,43,054
  • 8th – ₹6,75,282
  • 9th – ₹5,05,413
  • 10th-12th – ₹3,69,098
  • 13th-15th – ₹3,04,087
  • 16th-18th – ₹2,57,949
  • 19th-21th – ₹2,26,492
  • 22nd-24th – ₹2,01,326

23:00: Abhishek Goindi out of the High Roller race!

On Level 16, blinds: 4,000 – 8,000/ big blind ante 8,000, Abhishek Goindi shoves his tournament life of 42K into the pot and Sanjay Reddy tanks for a while before making the call from the big blind position. Both the players reveal their hole cards and sadly for Goindi his pocket kings don’t hold water against Reddy’s ATs on a board of A 2 7 5 3 . The former DPT High Roller player was out as Reddy won the pot with Ace-pair.

  • Abhishek Goindi: K K
  • Sanjay Reddy: A T
  • Board: A 2 7 5 3
DPT Nov 2022: 1.1 Lakh High Roller Live Updates

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23:00: End Of late-registration

Level 13 has ended, and so has the late registration for the DPT 1.1L High Roller. The event has registered a total of 205 entries, and generated a final prize pool of ₹2,09,71,500. For payout details stay tuned to Gutshot Magazine!

22:30: Adda52 pro Arun Sriram busted

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Adda52 pro Arun Sriram open shoved to 27.4K from the cutoff, only to be called from the button by Vikas Shah. Sriram showed A 6 , while Vikas flipped fish hooks. The board revealed Q 6 K 8 2 . Vikas took down the pot with his pocket jacks and Sriram had to walk away. 

  • Sriram: A 6
  • Vikas: J J
  • Board: Q 6 K 8 2

22:00: 180 entries and more coming

The DPT Nov 2022 ₹1.1 Lakh High Roller has some high intensity action unfolding. So far the reported entries stand at 180 and the count is expected to go up. Two more levels to go and the event will have the official number for its player field.

21:30: Meherzad Munsaf shown the door by Ritesh Khatwani

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At Level 10, blinds: 800 – 1,600/ big blind ante 1,600, Meherzad Munsaf open shoved with 27K from under the gun and Ritesh Khatwani also shoved with 94K from the middle position. Remaining players on the table folded  and the hand went into a showdown between Munsaf and Khatwani. The community cards fell A J 6 4 2 . Munsaf got J-pair but Khatwani was ahead with his Ace-pair and with that it was time for the former to bid adieu to the High Roller.

  • Munsaf Meherzad: J 8
  • Ritesh Khatwani: A Q
  • Board: A J 6 4 2

21:15: Take a look at some chip counts post the third break!

DPT Nov 2022: 1.1 Lakh High Roller Live Updates

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  • Karan Kapur – 245K
  • Loveleen Singh – 245K
  • Ashish Munot – 225K
  • Rajashekhar Puttamsetty – 220K
  • Yuvraj Chaudhary – 217K
  • Siddharth Singhvi – 200K
  • Raghav Bansal – 200K
  • Siddhanth Kripalani – 160K
  • Samay Parikh – 150K
  • Deepankar Gupta – 145K

20:50: Abhishek Goindi doubles up

At Level 10, blinds: 800 – 1,600/ big blind ante 1,600, Siddhanth Kripalani (pocket kings) opens with 3.5K. A player from the button position calls. Abhishek Goindi (AQo) takes the all-in route from the small blind position with 51K. Kripalani tanks for a while and then makes the call and the player in the button position folds. The board of 4 4 3 A 3 does no good to the IPC Megastacks May 2022 ME winner while Goindi has the last laugh as he finds an Ace on the turn to get the better hand.

Abhishek Goindi doubles up

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  • Abhishek Goindi: Ah Qd
  • Siddhanth Kripalani: Kh Kd
  • Board: 4h 4c 3d As 3c

20:30: Adda52 Colossus Aug 2022 Main Event winner Nishant Sharma is out

At Level 9, blinds: 600 – 1,200/ big blind ante 1,200, a player opens with 2.4K from the hijack and another grinder calls from the cutoff position. From the button position, Karan Kapur (7x 5x) also matches the bet. The came to Nishant Sharma who raise to 12K from small blind which leads to players in hijack and cutoff fold. Sharma checks the river of 5x and Kapur shoves. After some tanking Sharma makes the call. The community cards fell in the favour of Kapur who got a three of kind but sadly for Sharma it was game over.

Adda52 Colossus Aug 2022 Main Event winner Nishant Sharma is out

  • Karan Kapur: 7x 5x
  • Nishant Sharma: Mucked
  • Board: J 4 5 4x 5x

19:55: Siddhanth Kripalani building his chip stack

At Level 8, blinds: 500 – 1,000/ big blind ante: 1,000, former DPT High Roller winner Aayush Arya limped from the cutoff with AQo. From the small blind position, Siddhanth Kripalani raises to 13K with pocket queens. The player in the UTG position calls and Arya takes the all-in route. UTG player folds and the IPC Megastacks May 2022 Main Event winner matches the bet. The board reveals Jh 5h 9s 2d 8S. The Ladies sure gave Kripalani a win.

Siddhanth Kripalani Doubles Up With Queens

  • Aayush Arya: A Q
  • Siddhanth Kripalani: Q Q
  • Board: J 5 9 2 8

19:30: Kunal Patni is back! Fires 3rd bullet

Now that Kunal Patni is back in the game, we are hoping that this pro will turn things around in his favour. Well, people do say, “Third time’s a charm.”

Kunal Patni in the house! Expect fireworks now!

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19:15: Birthday boy is all smiles 

It is FTS 3.0 winner Ankit Wadhawan’s birthday today and looks like the pro is enjoying his time grinding. Shardul Parthasarathi shared an update on his Instagram handle wherein the birthday boy is seen all smiles.

DPT Nov 2022: 1.1 Lakh High Roller Live Updates

19:00 Kunal Patni exits the High Roller event!

Adda52 Game Ambassador Kunal Patni is out of the DPT Nov 2022 1.1L High Roller race. The pro busted on Level 8 when Rajashekhar Puttamsetty’s pocket aces smashed Patni’s KJo hand. 

Kunal Patni

18:30: Chip counts at second break

Krishna Seetharaman is leading the chip count at the second break, followed by defending champion Aayush Arya with 151K chips. The third spot is shared by Archit Khandelwal and Rajasekhar Puttamsetty, who sit with 145K chips each. 

  • Krishna Seetharaman – 165K
  • Aayush Arya – 151K
  • Archit khandelwal – 145K
  • Rajasekhar Puttamsetty – 145K
  • Siddharth Singhvi – 125K
  • Faiz Alam – 128K
  • Anirudh P – 121K
  • Shashank Jain – 120K

17: 55: RRT fires third bullet!

Ramesh Rao Thotapalli, fondly known as RRT, has shot the third bullet in the DPT Nov 2022 1.1L High Roller. Will ‘third times the charm’ prove to be correct for RRT? Well, let’s wait and watch!

RRT fires a third bullet!

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17: 35: Siddhanth Kripalani and Nikita Luther are here!

Two massively popular pros from the Indian circuit have marked their attendance in the DPT Nov 2022 High Roller event. Kripalani previously took down the IPC Megastacks May 2022 Main Event, while Luther was runner at the Adda52 Colossus 2022 Main Event

Siddhanth Kripalani and Nikita Luther are here!

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Check out our story on Siddhanth Kripalani shipping the IPC Megastacks May 2022 Main Event

17:00: Extended break for players

The organisers of DPT Nov 2022 extended the break. Why? To witness the iconic India vs England semi final clash. The organisers had put up a huge display screen for players to enjoy  the match on a big screen. Poker coach Abhishek Goindi shared the extended break scenes on his Instagram handle.

DPT Nov 2022: 1.1 Lakh High Roller Live Updates

16:40: Players’ day out!

While all the high-stake pros are grinding at the ₹1.1L buy-in High Roller, a few players who were seen grinding for the past two days have taken a day off the felts to enjoy the tourist life in Goa. Harsh Bubna shared a picture of the serene Goan beach, while Harsh Dev Jhirmiria was seen enjoying a scrumptious meal. Take a look below.

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16:15: Former DPT High Roller winner has an update

Yes, you guessed it right. We are talking about poker coach Abhishek Goindi. The pro has shared an update on his Twitter handle about his stack in the ongoing High Roller and you cannot miss it! Take a look.

15:55: Ramesh Rao Thotapalli out of the HR race

Poker player and CEO of Cards52.com, Ramesh Rao Thotapalli is out of the DPT Nov 2022 High Roller event. The player who is fondly called RRT busted at the hands of Avinash Tauro. Rao’s Fishhooks could not withstand Tauro’s Pocket Rockets. 

DPT Nov 2022: 1.1 Lakh High Roller Live Updates

15:30: Rajashekhar Puttamsetty is going strong!

Rajashekhar Puttamsetty has swiftly doubled up through Utkarsh Somaaieyaa and is seen going strong in the game. This pro was eliminated in the 8th spot for ₹5,47,100 at the India Poker Championship (IPC) Megastacks May 2022 Main Event. Will he make it to the DPT Nov 2022 High Roller final table?

Rajashekhar Puttamsetty

15:00: Poker pros are sharing the excitement on Instagram

Popular poker pros like Amit Kaushik, Neel Joshi, and Arsh Grover have shared updates on their respective Instagram Stories about grinding in DPT Nov 2022 High Roller. Take a look below.

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14:40: Abhishek Goindi is expected to join the High Roller

Poker coach Abhishek Goindi shared an update on his Instagram Stories. The pro is super excited about this game and coming back to the live felts in Goa. He also speaks about shipping this tourney in 2019 and we would love to see this pro nail the title once again.

DPT Nov 2022: 1.1 Lakh High Roller Live Updates

Check out our story on Abhishek Goindi winning the DPT High Roller in Feb 2019.

14:15 Kunal Patni in the house! Expect fireworks now!

Would it be possible that our beloved Kunal Patni is grinding and there aren’t blazing poker moves happening? Not possible! We expect the same from this pro in today’s game and are looking forward to some intense poker action from him. (Cheering for KP!)

Kunal Patni in the house! Expect fireworks now!

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13:40: Some well-known faces in the High Roller

Poker coach Abhishek Goindi, Eka Vedantham (9th in DPT Nov 2022 NL Bounty), Adda52 Game Ambassador Kunal Patni, Poker Sports League co-founder, Pranav Bagai. More pros are expected to join the game soon.

Some well-known faces in the High Roller

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13:25: Defending champ Aayush Arya looks determined

Aayush Arya won the DPT Apr 2022 High Roller for a sum of ₹36,63,725. Will this pro defend his HR title or will we see a new champion? Only time will tell.

Defending champ Aayush Arya looks determined

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Check out our story on DPT High Roller winners

12:20: This is what Abhishek Goindi preparation looks like

Poker pro, coach and founder of Poker Bootcamp India (PBCI) shared how he prepares himself for a long grind on his Instagram stories. Seems like the pro prepares himself by taking a dip before the game. He shared a picture of a swimming pool and captioned it saying “Pre Game Routine! #PokerLife” (sic.)

11:56: Arsh Grover’s prep for the High Roller 

Arsh Grover, one of the most popular pros in the country shared an Instagram update. The winner of the fourth edition of FTS shared a picture of the gym where he would be working out. Looks like the High Roller prep is going full steam. And we cannot wait to see how this poker dynamo sets the live felts of Deltin Royale ablaze with his poker moves.

Arsh Grover

11:45: 15 minutes to go…

The live felts of Deltin Royale will be buzzing with high energy. This high roller event is expected to have top pros of the country locking horns for a jaw-dropping prize money. 

11:00: DPT Nov 2022 ₹1.1 L High Roller will begin in an hour

This high roller event is expected to have some of the best pros in the country mark their attendance. Pros like Shardul Parthasarathi, Ankit Wadhawan, Ashish Munot, World Series of Poker (WSOP) bracelet winner Aditya Sushant, Gaurav Sood, Abhishek Goindi among others will be grinding in this event. If you are looking for some high octane poker action then stay tuned to Gutshot Magazine for all latest updates from this event.

Welcome to the live updates of the ₹1.1 L High Roller event at the ongoing Deltin Poker Tournament (DPT) November 2022. This edition is raising the bar with each passing day at the Deltin Royale casino in Goa. Running between 8th to 14th November 2022, this edition has six tournaments with buy-ins ranging between ₹15,000 to ₹1,10,000. Additionally, it has games in different formats like No-limit Hold’em (NLH), Pot Limit Omaha (PLO) and Bounty., which means there is something for everyone.

The past two days saw two players being crowned champions. And now the players are back to grind harder at the biggest buy-in event on the schedule. Planned to begin on 10th November 2022 at 12 PM, the High Roller is a two-day event, with a buy-in of ₹1,10,000, of which ₹1,02,300 will go into the tournament’s prize pool and ₹7,700 will be the tournament fee. Looking at the hefty buy-in, it is needless to say that some of the top pros in the country will be seen battling it (expect some fireworks)!


ALSO READ: DPT April 2022: Aayush Arya Ships 65K High Roller For 36.63 Lakh


Each player will get a starting stack of 50,000 chips. The blinds will start at 100/200 on Level 1. The big blind ante will be introduced at Level 2. The late registration period will close after the end of Level 13 on Day 1. On Day 1 the player will get four breaks of 15-minutes each. The day will draw its curtains at the end of Level 16. The players who survive will proceed to play on Day 2, which will commence on 11th November 2022 at noon. 

The High Roller event at the last edition, i.e., April 2022 was shipped by Aayush Arya for ₹36.63 Lakh. Will we witness the same prize pool or will the records of the previous edition be crushed? To know, stay tuned to Gutshot Magazine!

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