The Final Table Series 3.0 (FTS) is very close to its conclusion. While well-known names from the poker circuit nailed some FTS 3.0 titles, other winners were lesser-known. The final table (FT) action kept everyone glued to their respective screens. So far, the audience has witnessed some edge of the seat drama and spectacular performances, and the Head Hunter game was no different. This event was paused when the FT was set with eight players. Online reg Sahil Chutani is leading the pack with 1,129,183 chips. Read further to know what went down yesterday in this thrilling game.
Sahil Chutani aka ‘$lim$hady19’ is the chip leader with 1,129,183 chips at his disposal. This player grinds across various online poker rooms. Previously, Chutani came 3rd in the Millionaire event for ₹6.61 Lakh and stood 2nd in Elite for ₹4.48 Lakh. This online reg also nailed WPT Tuesday for ₹5.4 Lakh. Chutani did all this in the last week of August 2021. During FTS 3.0, this pro finished 7th in the Saturday Special event.
Moving on to the second-highest chip stack, we have, Chandan Arora aka ‘Flow Like Water’ with 1,018,612 chips. Not much is known about this player, but everyone will keep an eye out for him, considering he is sitting with the second-highest stack.
Mithun Mahesh aka ‘Zima Blue’ sits with the third-highest chip stack of 857,462. This player has made his presence felt in FTS 3.0. Mahesh came 2nd in FTS 3.0 Saturday Special for ₹4.95 Lakh. Previously, this talented player had also nailed the Millionaire title on Spartan Poker for ₹19 Lakh (May 2021) and won the APT Highroller on PokerBaazi for 16.5 Lakh (Aug 2021). It would be interesting to be if Mahesh turns the game in his favour.
Next up is Mohit Gupta aka ’monuguru’ with 576,282 chips at his disposal. Just like Arora, not much is known about this player and his game. Other players on the FT will indeed find Gupta challenging to tackle.
Another lesser-known player on the FT is Ramji Kishore Gundupalli aka ‘bluffpolice123’ with 505,720 chips. Will this player give his rivals a run for their money? Only time will tell.
Ankit Wadhawan aka ‘Shippament’ will battle it out with 453,714 chips in his hands. This player needs no introduction. Wadhawan is an online reg who has shipped many notable titles. This poker player may not have made headlines during FTS 3.0, but Head Hunter could be his game.
Another well-known player is Vikranth Varma aka ‘borntrouble’ with the second-lowest chip stack. This stack size is not ideal, given that Varma is an online reg with some noteworthy titles to his credit. But, he can turn the tables, given his experience in online poker.
With the lowest stack of all, we have M Balakrishnan aka ‘LACHANCE’ with 377,007 chips. This nickname has made many ITM (In The Money) finishes but is yet to nail a headline-grabbing title. Balakrishnan needs to play his game carefully to survive beyond what is expected.
The Head Hunter game will resume today, with the live stream kick-starting at 6 PM on Gutshot’s Facebook page and YouTube channel. Make sure you are tuned in for all the live action from the FT. For more information and updates on FTS 3.0, keep reading Gutshot Magazine. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Telegram
With a Masters’s Degree in Journalism and Communication, Mrinal Gujare currently is cruising through an exciting genre of writing and editing at Gutshot Magazine. Apart from being an Editor, Mrinal is an avid reader and a former contemporary dancer. She is also perennially hungry for intriguing scoops from across the globe. No holds barred is the rule Mrinal follows in life.
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