The founder and CEO of Poker Sports League (PSL), Pranav Bagai, has been eliminated just before the end of registrations. Anmol Narang opened 2.5x only to be faced by a 10 BB all-in from Bagai. Anmol called and flipped AJ, while Bagai showed pocket sixes. The board brought K ♣ Q ♣ 9 ❤ 4 ♦ 3 ♠.
Vinay B opened to 2.2K from UTG preflop and Harsh Dev Jhirmiria flat called from small blind. The flop brought in Q ♦ 8 ♦ T ♦ . Here Vinay B c-bet and was called by Harsh Dev to see the 9 ♠ on the turn.
After both the players check on the turn, the river reveals a 4 ♠. Vinay B checked and the streamer-cum-poker player bet 15K, only to be called by Vinay. Jhirmiria had flopped a flush with 2 ♦ 4 ♦ , while Vinay decided to muck.
This is Jhirmiria’s second bullet. He busted his first bullet early in the day with KJo against Q9 on the JQ38 board.
The first event at DPT July 2023, the Superstack Warm-up, has recorded 170 players by the first break. Level 4 has concluded and the registrations are still open. The registrations end at the start of Level 9. Players are out on their first break for the day and here are the top 10 stacks in the room:
There are several emerging players in the field, including streamers and online regs like Harsh Dev Jhirmiria, Anirudha Joshi and Devrat Singh.
The Superstack Warm-up event at DPT July 2023 has kick-started with over 55 players taking their seats. Some of the early birds in the field include some notable names like Adda52 Game Ambassadors Maria Kirloskar and Ram Kakkar, Shobhit B, Prajit Ghambir and others.
The Deltin Poker Tournament (DPT) July 2023 edition is all set to kick-start today with the Superstack Warm Up event at 1 PM aboard the luxurious Deltin Royale Casino in Goa. The series, which has a sparkling line-up of 12 events on the schedule, will continue to set the Adda52 Live Poker room ablaze till the 24th of July, 2023.
The DPT July 2023 Superstack Warm Up is a two-day event, with Day 1 on 18th July 2023 and Day 2 on 19th July 2021. Day 1 will play 20 levels of 30 minutes each. Similarly, Day 2 will have 30-minute levels and will play till the ultimate winner is crowned.
The event will have a buy-in of ₹16,500 for which each player gets a starting stack of 30,000 chips. The event will follow a big blind ante format starting with blinds 100/100 and ante 100 at Level 1. The late-registrations for this event will be open till the start of Level 9 on Day 1. As per the decision of the organisers, approximately 12.5% of the player field will make it in the money. The players will get a break of 10-minutes after every 120 minutes of play.
We at Gutshot Magazine will be updating you with all the latest happenings from the event. So don’t forget to keep an eye on this space.
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