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DPT November 2022 45K Main Event: Live Updates Poker
Amarylisa Gonsalves
Posted on 15 Nov, 2022
By Amarylisa Gonsalves
On 15 Nov, 2022
By Amarylisa Gonsalves
On 15 Nov, 2022

DPT November 2022 45K Main Event: Live Updates

04:10: Check out the final table payouts

1. Abhishek Paul – ₹55,13,434
2. Anand Thakur – ₹33,73,849
3. Pranav Bagai – ₹24,10,308
4. Abhishek Goindi – ₹18,25,197
5. Laksh Pal Singh – ₹14,52,589
6. Archit Khandelwal – ₹11,14,913
7. Mohit Mehta – ₹8,06,347
8. Roopak Garbhe – ₹5,50,179

03:56: Abhishek Paul is the new DPT Main Event champion

After a few jitters here and there during heads-up against Anand Thakur, Abhishek Paul has shipped the DPT Nov 2022 Main Event for a whopping sum of ₹55,13,434. The runner-up played passively for a good part of the final table, shifted gears and took charge and made it to heads-up. Thakur impressed many with his play and some amazing acting skills which truly deserve an oscar as per the commentators. He takes home a pay cheque of ₹33,73,849.

Abhishek Paul is the new DPT Main Event champ

Abhishek Paul is the new DPT Main Event champ

03:16: Anand takes the chip lead away from Abhishek

This hand changed the deal for Anand Thakur who made good use of his acting skills and take the chip lead away from his rival.

Anand Mohan Singh Thakur takes the chip lead

02:56: Dealer read the outcome wrong?

This hand that left onlookers confused. Abhishek Paul took down the pot just because his rival Anand Mohan Singh Thakur showed only one card (Ace) which would have been a chop pot if the latter had revealed his other hole card. The Tournament Director stepped in after a hand was played post this confusion and made sure the matter was resolved.

Anand Mohan Singh Thakur

02:48: Heads-up begins between Anand and Abhishek Paul

02:47: Pranav Bagai out in 3rd spot for ₹24,10,308

Pranav Bagai out in 3rd spot

02:27: Abhishek Paul is current chip lead

Abhishek Paul is the new chip lead with 9.4 million chips.

2:18: Abhishek Goindi leaves in the 4th place for ₹18,25,197

Abhishek Goindi leaves in the 4th place for ₹18,25,197

Abhishek Goindi leaves in the 4th place for ₹18,25,197

2:14: Pranav Bagai takes the chip lead

Pranav Bagai takes the chip lead

1:49: Laksh Pal Singh falls in the 5th position

With ATs IOPC Jan 2021 Main Event champ went all-in and Pranav Bagai calls with AJo. The board read T J J 2 6 and that was end game for Singh. He takes a pay cheque of ₹14,52,589 for his 5th place finish.

Laksh Pal Singh out

1:40: Pranav Bagai shows Archit Khandelwal the door

Archit Khandelwal after being card dead for most of the duration, chose to go all-in with pocket tens and Pranav Bagai with pocket queens makes the call. The board did not run in the favour of Khandelwal and is eliminated in the 6th spot for ₹11,14,913.

Archit Khandelwal out in 6th place

01:30: Abhishek Paul takes the chip lead away

Abhishek Paul is playing a good game so far and the proof of that is his current chip lead position. Paul snatched the chip lead away from former IOPC Main Event champ Laksh Pal Singh.

DPT Nov 2022 Main Event Day 2

01:20: Pranav Bagai flaunts an Ace

In a hand that Pranav Bagai went all-in with an A7o made sure he flaunted his Ace card as everyone else folded on the table and Bagai ended grabbing some free money.

Pranav Bagai's ace card

01:10: Take a look at the current chip counts

DPT Nov 2022 Main Event Day 2

01:00: Mohit Mehta out in 7th spot for ₹8,06,347

Online reg Mohit Mehta out in 7th spot.

00:40: Seven-handed play begins, Laksh Pal Singh is current chip lead

00:05: Roopak Garbe first to exit the final table

Roopak Garbhe who was chip lead at the end of Day 1A flight has busted at the 8th spot for a sum of ₹5,50,179.

Roopak Garbhe

23:30: We have our final table set 

Kunal Patni shared an update that we all have been waiting for—the final table of the DPT Nov 2022 Main Event. Take a look.

DPT Nov 2022 Main Event Day 2

23:20: Vishal Bajaj is the DPT Nov 2022 Main Event final table bubble boy

23:15: Rubin Labroo takes the 10th spot

Rubin Labroo takes the 10th spot

Image Credit: Online Poker News

22: 50: Kunal Patni shares an update on the FT

Adda52 Game Ambassador Kunal Patni shared an update on his Instagram Stories that the final table of the DPT Nov 2022 will begin soon. Check out his update below.

DPT Nov 2022 Main Event Day 2

22:30: Unofficial final table set?

Abhishek Goindi shared an update on his Twitter handle about the unofficial final table. Take a look.

22: 15: Raghav Bansal finishes 11th

22:00: Gurpal Singh finishes 12th Place

21:30: FTS 3.0 winner Ankit Wadhawan finishes 13th

On Level 26, blinds 100K – 200K, big blind ante 200K Abhishek Paul (A Q ) open-shoves from the cutoff position while Gutshot Magazine’s Oct 2021 cover star Ankit Wadhawan (A K ) calls with a shorter stack. Both the players flip their cards to read a board of 3h Qc 8d Ts 2s. With this Paul got his Queen-pair and Wadhawan busted in the 13th spot.

FTS 3.0 winner Ankit Wadhawan finishes 13th

Image Credit: Online Poker News

  • Abhishek Paul: A Q
  • Ankit Wadhawan: A K
  • Board: 3 Q 8 T 2

21:00: Paawan Bansal out in 14th spot

On Level 25, blinds 75K – 150K/big blind ante 150K, a short stacked Paawan Bansal (8d 7d) went all-in from the big blind position with 195K and Gurpal Singh (Ac 7h) from the middle position matches the bet. The community cards fell 6h 5d 7c Qc 2d. Both player hit one pair with their seven but Singh scooped the pot with an Ace kicker and sadly for Bansal it was game over.

Paawan Bansal out in 14th spot

Image Credit: Online Poker News

  • Paawan Bansal: 8 7
  • Gurpal Singh: A 7
  • Board: 6 5 7 Q 2

20:30: Vishal Bajaj shows Shardul Parthasarathi the exit route

On Level 25, blinds 75K – 150K/big blind ante 150K, Shardul Parthasarathi (Kd Js) open shoves with 330K and Vishal Bajaj (Ac Js) went all-in from the small blind, the player in the big blind position folded. The board read Ts 5s Qh Qd 8d which gave both players Queen-pair but Bajaj won the pot with his Ace kicker and his rival was out in the 15th position.

Vishal Bajaj shows Shardul Parthasarathi the exit route

Image Credit: Online Poker News

  • Shardul Parthasarathi: K J
  • Vishal Bajaj: A J
  • Board: T 5 Q Q 8

20:15: Aditya Sushant out in the 16th spot

On Level: 24, blinds 50K – 100K/big blinds ante 100K, WSOP bracelet winner Aditya Sushant (As 5h) raises from under the gun with 180K and Paawan Bansal (Ad Kd) re-raises the bet to 360K from the big blind position. Sushant calls Bansal’s bet with his remaining chips (20K). The board read 9d 4h Jh 7h Jd which gave both players Jack-pair but Bansal scooped the pot with a better kicker.

Aditya Sushant out in the16th spot

Image Credit: Online Poker News

  • Aditya Sushant: A 5
  • Paawan Bansal: A K
  • Board: 9 4 J 7 J

20:05: Harsh Dev Jhirmiria finishes 17th

On Level 23, blinds: 50K – 75K/big blind ante 75K, PSL co-founder Pranav Bagai (3s 3h) opened from the hijack spot and Jhirmiria (8c 7s) went all-in from the big blind position. Bagai matches his rival’s bet with Treys. The community cards fell Qh 6c Qs Ks Ac and with that Bagai scored two pairs and Jhirmiria was out. This 17th place finish was Jhirmiria’s biggest score to date be it live or online. The young chap is also a streamer and is associated with Spartan Poker. Folks from the circuit will surely keep an eye on this Mumbai lad to see what he does next.

Harsh Dev Jhirmiria finishes 17th

  • Harsh Dev Jhirmiria: 8 7
  • Pranav Bagai: 3 3
  • Board: Q 6 Q K A

20:00: What’s Kunal Patni saying about the Main Event FT?

Adda52 Game Ambassador Kunal Patni shared an update on his Instagram handle about the DPT Nov 2022 Main Event final table (FT). The banker turned pro stated in his Instagram Stories that the FT will be a sick one given that some of the pros in the country are inching closer to securing a spot on the coveted FT. Take a look below.

DPT Nov 2022 Main Event DPT Nov 2022 Main Event 

19:40: 16 players left in the game

Poker coach Abhishek Goindi shared an update about his stack and the game on his Twitter handle. Take a look.

19:35: Abhiroop Gupta takes the 19th spot

Abhiroop Gupta takes the 19th spot

Image Credit: Online Poker News

19:30: Siddhanth Kripalani busted in the 21st spot

India Poker Championship (IPC) Megastacks May 2022 Main Event champ Siddhanth Kripalani leaves the DPT Nov 2022 ME race in the 21st spot. The pro shared an update on his Instagram handle.

19:15: Ritesh Khatwani finishes 22nd 

19:00: Rajashekar Puttamsetty finishes 24th ₹1,60,105

Rajshekar Puttamsetty finishes 24th ₹1,60,105

Image Credit: Online Poker News

18:30: Rubin Labroo doubles up swiftly

On Level 21, blinds 20K – 40K/big blind ante 40K, a player form under the gun opened with 60K, Rajashekar Puttamsetty (Ah Jc ) matches the bet from the middle position and Rubin Labroo (Kd Kc ) raises to 130K from the button. The UTG player folds and Puttamsetty shoves 790K. The former IPC Main Event champ tanks for a bit and then goes all-in for 790K. Showdown saw the board read 9 J 3 7 9 which gave Labroo and his rival two pairs by but Labroo had a better hand to wins the hand and add more chips to his stack.

  • Rajashekar Puttamsetty: Ah Jc
  • Rubin Labroo: Kd Kc
  • Board: 9 J 3 7 9

18:15: Nikita Luther Instagram post on her bustout

Spartan Poker pro Nikita Luther shared an update on her bustout hand on her Instagram handle. The pro chopped the money bubble with kamal Punjabi and was seen sharing her opinion about the same. Take a look below.

Nikita Luther busted

18:00: Prabhat Kumar out in 27th spot

17:45: Shane Hodges leaves in the 31st position

17:30: Roopak Garbhe is currently leading in chip counts

17:20: Vipul Tiwari out in 33rd position

In a three-way all-in action, Paawal Bansal, Vipul Tiwari and Ritesh Khatwani locked horns. The result of the hand was such that Bansal took down the main pot, Tiwari was busted and Khatwani scooped the side pot.

17:00: Two more players exit the Main Event race!

  • Dheeraj B Busted in 35th position
  • Vipul Tiwari Exits in 33rd position

16:40: Raghav Bansal shows Abhishek Sharma the door

Abhishek Sharma is out in the 37th spot place for ₹1,22,262. Sharma only had an open-ended straight (which he hit on the river) and Bansal had the last laugh as he took down the pot with one pair.

Abhishek Sharma out in 37th spot

Image Credit: Online Poker News

16:20: Neel Joshi out in 42nd spot

After busting Kunal Patni a while ago, Neel Joshi (Cowboys) was left with 5K at his disposal when it was an auto all-in for him from the small blind position. Dheeraj Bairineni (Qd Jh ) raised to 100K from the button position which made everyone else on the table fold. The hand was down to Bairineni and Joshi. The board revealed 2 6 9 J Q and Bairineni hit two pairs (QQ, JJ). Sadly for the young gun Joshi, it was game over.

Neel Joshi out in 42nd post

Image Credit: PokerNews/ Katerina Lukina

  • Neel Joshi: Kh Kd
  • Dheeraj Bairineni: Qd Jh
  • Board: 2 6 9 J Q

16:00: Shardul Parthasarathi robs a great deal of chips from Abhishek Goindi

On Level 19, blinds 10K – 20K/big blind ante 20K, from the middle position Shardul Parthasarathi (A 5 ) went for an open shoves with 252K and former DPT High Roller winner Abhishek Goindi (Dimes) calls from the small blind. The board revealed J A 6 2 7 and Parthasarathi hit an Ace-pair and Goindi lost a good deal of his chips.

  • Shardul Parthasarathi: A 5
  • Abhishek Goindi: T T
  • Board: J A 6 2 7

15:45: Eliminations spree continus

Players like Saransh Garg, Alok Birewar and Ashish Ahuja have busted from Day 2 of the DPT Nov 2022 Main Event. Garg exited on the 49th spot for ₹1,07,707. Birewar left the tourney at the 47th place and Ahuja left at the 46th position. 

Take a look at Ashish Ahuja’s bustout hand:

On Level 18 with blinds 10K – 15K/big blind ante 15K, Archit Khandelwal (Ax Qx) limped from under the gun and the lawyer turned pro (7x 2x) open shoved with 236K. Khandelwal snapcalled and both the players flipped their respective cards. The board presented 4 K A T 9 which gave Khandelwal an Ace-pair and Ahuja the direction to the exit route. (7x 2x were good enough for an open shove?)

  • Ashish Ahuja: 7x 2x
  • Archit Khandelwal: Ax Qx
  • Board: 4 K A T 9

15:30: Siddharth Karia out at 91st place

Siddharth Karia, Gokul Raj, Shashank Jain Among Top Winners  

Siddharth Karia

MPL Poker pro Siddharth Karia has been eliminated at the 91st place from the Main Event.  He walked away with ₹84,419 for his efforts.

15:00: Arsh Grover busted early

Arsh Grover busted DPT HR

Image Credit: Online Poker News

Poker pro Arsh Grover, who qualified for Day 2 via flight Day 1A with a stack of 93,000 chips at his disposal, busted early on Day 2 without making in the money. He shared the update on his Instagram stories saying ‘quick Exit in the Main’ (sic.) He further wrote that he lost with AQ suited to AK off-suited. 

14:30: Money bubble bursted

The money bubble has officially bursted and all the remaining 103 players are in the money. Meanwhile, Deepankur Gupta was eliminated after the bubble was bursted. He cashed the min-cash of ₹78,597 for his efforts.

14: 15: Nikita Luther and Kamal Punjabi chop the bubble

Image Credit: Online Poker News

Since there were two hands running simultaneously at the bubble, WSOP bracelet winner Nikita Luther and Kamal Punjabi busted in the two hands and chopped the money bubble.

Spartan Poker pro Luther was auto all-in from the big blind with her remaining 9K chips. Rubin Labroo raised to 16K from the button and the action folded on the table. Luther held T 5 , while Labroo had J and 9 . The board fanned out to 8 2 2 8 J , and Labroo took down the pot with his two pairs. 

  • Luther: T 5
  • Rubin: J and 9
  • Board: 8 2 2 8 J

On the other table, Kamal Panjabi opened to 17K from the hijack to be raised to 51K from the cutoff. Abhishek Paul called, and the action was back to Punjabi, who re-raised to 155K.  The player in the cut-off folded, while Paul shoved all-in with 426K. After tanking for a while, Punjabi called with his short stack. Paul had pocket kings, while Punjabi held the big slick. The board showed 6 Q 4 9 2 . Punjabi’s hand did not improve and he was eliminated.

  • Paul: K K
  • Punjabi: A K
  • Board: 6 Q 4 9 2

Punjabi and Luther will chop the 103rd spot and split the ₹78,597 prize for the 103rd position. 

14:00: Bubble madness

The scenes at the casino as the bubble approached were crazy. Amit Kaushik shared a picture on his Instagram stories showing the chaos.

13:30: Final Payouts

The Main Event is nearing its money bubble. From the total of 710 entries across the three starting flights, the top 129 players had made it to Day 2. It has generated a final prize pool of ₹2,91,10,000. The top 103 players will take home a min-cash of ₹78,597. The ultimate winner will pocket a massive ₹55,13,434. 

Here is a look at the final payouts:

  • 1st- ₹55,13,434
  • 2nd- ₹33,73,849
  • 3rd- ₹24,10,308
  • 4th- ₹18,25,197
  • 5th – ₹14,52,589
  • 6th – ₹11,14,913
  • 7th- ₹8,06,347
  • 8th- ₹5,50,179
  • 9th- 4,36,650
  • 10th-11th – ₹3,55,142
  • 12th-13th – ₹3,05,655
  • 14th- 15th – ₹2,76,545
  • 16th-17th – ₹2,47,435
  • 18th-20th – ₹2,18,325
  • 21st-23rd – ₹1,89,215
  • 24th-27th – ₹1,60,105
  • 28th-31st – ₹1,36,817
  • 32nd-39th – ₹1,22,262
  • 40th-55th – ₹1,07,707
  • 56th-71st – ₹93,152
  • 72nd-95th – ₹84,419
  • 96th-103rd- ₹78,597 

1:00: Sameer Agarwal Out at 105th

Sameer Agarwal

Sameer Agarwal

Poker pro Sameer Agarwal has busted on Day 2 at the 105th spot. He marginally missed the money as the top 103 places will be paid at the event. He started the day with an above-average stack of 183,000, however, succumbed early on Day 2 after running deep in Day 1A flight. GG, Sameer!

12:45: Siddharth Kadel Busted

Siddharh Kadel

Day 1B chip leader Siddharth Kadel found an early exit on Day 2. Gaurav Goru opened to 12K from the UTG. Kadel raised it to 36K from the hijack. The action folded back to Goru, who pushed his 145K all-in. Kadel who has just 125K remaining in his kitty, tanked and made the call. Goru showed 9 9 , while Kadel flipped the big slick. The board of 8 T K 9 T , gave Goru a full house to take down the pot and eliminate Kadel. 

  • Gaurav: 9 9
  • Kadel: A K
  • Board: 8 T K 9 T h.

12:15: Day 2 Begins!

The most awaited Day 2 of the DPT Main Event has begun with the top 129 survivors. The day resumes at Level 14 with blinds 3,000-6,000, big blind ante 6,000.

Here’s the complete tally of stacks of the 129 survivors:

  • Manish Lakhotia – 449,000
  • Roopak Garbe – 420,000
  • Kishor Kumar V. C – 406,000
  • Gagandeep Malik – 378,000
  • Siddharth Kadel – 363,000
  • Abhishek Paul – 344,000
  • Harsh Bubna – 341,000
  • Neel Joshi – 335,000
  • Gaurav Idnani – 326,000
  • Vipul Tiwari – 321,000
  • Archit Khandelwal – 307,000
  • Jaiveer Singh – 302,000
  • Abhiroop Gupta – 293,000
  • Saransh Garg – 289,000
  • Gurpal Singh – 279,000
  • Kamal Punjabi – 272,000
  • Karan Kapur – 264,000
  • Priya Agarwal – 257,000
  • Gregory Rosario – 255,000
  • Ankit R Takle – 247,000
  • Amit Tejura – 242,000
  • Ritesh Khatwani – 241,000
  • Gaurav Sood – 236,000
  • Siddharth Jain – 228,000
  • Shardul Parthasarathi – 226,000
  • Abhishek Sharma – 225,000
  • Srinivas Lankireddy – 221,000
  • Udit Baid – 221,000
  • Rajasekhar Puttamsetty – 218,000
  • Puneet Sachan – 215,000
  • Jayant Deshmukh – 209,000
  • Sairaghu Uppala – 208,000
  • Avinash Sharma – 206,000
  • Raju – 204,000
  • Nikita Luther – 202,000
  • Pranav Bagai – 202,000
  • Anil Adiani – 191,000
  • Faiz Alam – 189,000
  • Sameer Agarwal – 183,000
  • Kunal Gupta – 181,000
  • Digvijay Singh Lamba – 181,000
  • Shashank Shekhar – 180,000
  • Pawan Jaiswal – 176,000
  • Amit Kaushik – 176,000
  • Tahseen A Girkar – 175,000
  • Akhilendra Singh – 175,000
  • Eka Vedantham – 171,000
  • Gaurav Goru – 171,000
  • Binit Saraf – 170,000
  • Rahul Kumar – 170,000
  • Rakesh Mishra – 168,000
  • Ram Kakkar – 167,000
  • Abhishek Goindi – 162,000
  • Himanshu Chhikara – 158,000
  • Manoj Pentakota – 155,000
  • Nishant Sharma – 154,000
  • Yuvraj Chaudhary – 153,000
  • Rubin Labroo – 151,000
  • Lakshpal Singh – 150,000
  • Loveleen Singh – 150,000
  • Samyak Sethi – 149,000
  • Madhav Sethi – 149,000
  • Gautam Sachdeva – 147,000
  • Kunal Patni – 147,000
  • Alok Bhatt – 145,500
  • Dhaval Mudgal – 145,000
  • Vishal Ojha – 143,000
  • Gaurav Gupta – 143,000
  • Aditya Reddy – 142,000
  • Arshdeep Singh – 142,000
  • Harshdev Jhirmiria – 141,000
  • Paawan Bansal – 139,000
  • Aditya Sushant – 139,000
  • Siddhanth Kripalani – 138,000
  • Vishal Bajaj – 136,000
  • Premnath K – 131,000
  • Rana Pratap – 131,000
  • Deepankar Gupta – 130,000
  • Prabhat – 130,000
  • Nikhil Gutta – 129,000
  • Sanjay Reddy – 128,000
  • Vaibhav Sharma – 128,000
  • Chirag Sodha – 126,000
  • Harshad Barve – 125,000
  • Siddarth Singhvi – 123,000
  • Siddharth Arya Jolly – 118,000
  • Pranay Chawla – 115,000
  • Shion Hossain – 114,000
  • Nikesh Chawla – 114,000
  • Alok Birewar – 114,000
  • Dheeraj Bairineni – 112,000
  • Mitang Soni – 111,000
  • Rakesh P Sadhija – 107,000
  • Harshit Kamwani – 107,000
  • Deepak Aggarwal – 107,000
  • Harsh Singhania – 106,000
  • Vikas Awal – 105,000
  • Rajesh Jagannadham – 104,000
  • Gautam Kaul – 99,000
  • Niyut Shah – 98,000
  • Ankit Wadhawan – 95,000
  • Siddharth Karia – 95,000
  • Anand Mohan Singh Thakur – 94,000
  • Jyoti Ranjan Nayak – 94,000
  • Arsh Grover – 93,000
  • Vikram Aditya – 92,000
  • Pratik Kumar – 92,000
  • Sachin Kinger – 91,000
  • Anuj Kodam – 90,000
  • Ashish Ahuja – 90,000
  • Mohit Mehta – 90,000
  • Avneesh Munjal – 90,000
  • Aditya Sarin – 90,000
  • Ayush Singhal – 86,000
  • Mithun Mahesh – 85,000
  • Yogesh Thakur – 84,000
  • Puneet Mishra – 82,000
  • Tanmay Benara – 77,000
  • Shivam Shukla – 76,000
  • Ranjeet Negi – 74,000
  • Nikhil Kedia – 73,000
  • Raghav Bansal – 71,000
  • Sanjay Khanna – 60,000
  • Nikhil Gutta – 57,000
  • Arun Sriram – 57,000
  • Jagat Singh Reddy – 51,000
  • Ashish Munot – 40,000
  • Shane Oswald Hodges – 36,000
  • Mayank Maruka – 33,000

Heading into Day 2 of the DPT Nov 2022 Main Event

Day 2 of the Main Event (ME) at the Deltin Poker Tournament (DPT) Nov 2022 will see survivors from the three starting flights lock horns for the ultimate title of the series—DPT Main Event champion. The two ME starting flights namely Day 1A and Day 1B (Turbo) saw 50 and 34 survivors qualifying for Day 2. Day 1C which was the final flight, sent 45 survivors into Day 2. A total of 129 survivors across the three flights will battle it out for the ultimate Main Event title. Day 1C chip leader Manish Lakhotia is leading the end of Day 1 survivors too, with a massive 445K chips at his disposal. 

Day 1C

Flight Day 1C leading to the Main Event has concluded after recording a total of 265 entries. Manish Lakhotia with a stack of 445K chips, is leading the pack of 45 survivors who have secured a spot in Day 2. Kishore Kumar V.C follows at the second spot with 406K while Gaurav Idnani has the third highest stack of 326K. Some other notable names have also made it to Day 2, have a look:

  • Gurpal Singh – 279K
  • Gaurav Sood – 236K
  • Raja SekharPuttamsetty – 218K
  • Nikita Luther – 202K
  • Shashank Shekhar – 180K
  • Manish Lakhotia – 166K
  • Himanshu Chhikara – 158K
  • Manoj Pentakota – 155K
  • Nishant Sharma- 154K
  • Dhaval Mudgal – 145K
  • Ankit Wadhawan – 95K
  • Ashish Ahuja – 90K
  • Mohit Mehta – 90K
  • Tanmay Benara – 77K

Day 1B (Turbo)

Siddharth Kadel is leading the DPT Nov 2022 ME Day 1B survivors. Kadel holds the highest chip stack of 363K, followed by Abhiroop Gupta (293,000). Saransh Garg has the third highest chip stack (289,000) and another massively popular crusher Shardul Parthasarathi is fourth in chips 226,000. This flight registered 169 entries and only 34 will battle it out on Day 2. Some notable players from Day 1B are below.

Siddharh Kadel

  • Faiz Alam – 189,000
  • Ram Kakkar – 167,000
  • Harshad Barve – 125,000
  • Alok Birewar – 114,000
  • Raghav Bansal – 71,000
  • Arun Sriram – 57,000

Day 1A

This flight has Roopak Garbe leading the pack of survivors with a stack of 420K. A total of 277 entries participated in this flight. Garbe is followed by a well-known player from the circuit, Gagandeep Malik (378K). Abhishek Paul has the third highest chip stack of 344K. Online reg Harsh Bubna is fourth highest in chips (341K), and popular player Neel Joshi has 335K chips at his disposal. Take a look at some notable players who will be grinding in Day 2 of the ME.

Roopak Garbe

  • Neel Joshi – 335,000
  • Sameer Agarwal – 183,000
  • Amit kaushik – 176,000
  • Abhishek Goindi – 162,000
  • Rubin Labroo – 151,000
  • Kunal Patni – 147,000
  • Aditya Sushant – 139,000
  • Siddhanth Kripalani – 138,000
  • Chirag Sodha – 126,000
  • Siddharth Karia – 95,000
  • Arsh Grover – 93,000
  • Ashish Munot – 40,000

Deltin Poker Tournament (DPT) November 2022 has been going on in full steam at the Deltin Royale casino in Goa. The DPT November 2022 schedule features six tournaments running between 8th to 14th November 2022. With buy-ins ranging between ₹15,000 going up to ₹1,10,000. One can play in different formats, including No-limit Hold’em (NLH), Pot Limit Omaha (PLO) and Bounty.

The flights leading to the 45K Main Event will begin today. The first flight, Day 1A will start at 12 PM, followed by Day 1B at 7 PM today. The third and final flight will take place on 13th November at 12 PM. For a buy-in of ₹45,000, every player will get a starting stack of 30,000. The players can enter/re-enter till the end of Level 10, and four levels later after the end of Level 14 the flight will come too an end. All those who survive till the end of Level 14 will progress to the Day of the Main Event. The event will feature blinds starting from 100/200. The big blind ante will kick in at Level 2. From the buy-in amount, ₹41,000 will go into the tournament prize pool, while ₹4,000 will be the tournament fee. The players get two 15-minute breaks and one 5-minute break on all Day 1 flight. Day 2 will have eight 15-minute breaks.

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