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IPC Megastacks May 2022 - 15K Mystery Bounty Live Updates

Vivek Singh Wins The 15K Mystery Bounty

The 15K Mystery Bounty has come to an end after more than 9-hours of play. And we have a winner in the form of Vivek Singh. Like we mentioned earlier, he has been killing the event like a champ and now, we can safely say he has nailed it. The heads-up began with Vivek Singh leading the heads-up with a hefty lead against Yuvraj Singh. Both players shoved all-in in the final hand; Vivek flipped suited connectors 6 5 , and Yuvraj showed K 2 . The board opened to 5 4 6 5 9 , giving Vivek two pairs to take down the title. Yuvraj finished at the second spot for ₹1,94,300. Vivek took the final two bounties of ₹29,400 and ₹97,100. 

‘KasolHeights’ has reached new heights by nailing this title as he now holds an IPC title to flaunt. He also takes home a top prize of ₹3,14,900, an IPC trophy and the nine bounties out of the fourteen bounties. What a game Vivek!

  • Yuvraj: K 2
  • Vivek: 6 5
  • Board: 5 4 6 5 9

Vivek Singh Ships The IPC 15K Mystery Bounty

Vivek SinghThe India Poker Championship (IPC) Megastacks May 2022 15K Mystery Bounty event was shipped by Vivek Singh. This player was leading even when the Final Table was set as he had a crazy chip stack. The runner up in the event was Yuvraj Singh who had the second largest chip stack after Vivek.

Vivek accumulated nine bounties to his nmae and pocketed ₹3,14,900 in prize money. 





Yuvraj Singh is All Set to Ship The 15k Mystery Bounty

Before the start of the final table of the IPC 15k Mystery Bounty, we caught up with Yuvraj Singh who entered the table second in chips. He eventually ended as the runner-up but take a look at what he had to say before the FT began:

Avijit Knocked Out By Vivek In 3rd

Avijit JaiswalWith the FT reaching its crescendo, it was Avijit Jaiswal that bubbled the heads up and busted in the 3rd position. Currently, on a busting spree, Vivek Singh took out his next victim at Level 24. Avijit Jaiswal bet 215,000 preflop with K 7 and Singh called the raise with K Q . The flop opened to Q 7 6 and Singh flopped a flush draw and a pair while Jaiswal only had a pair and bet 150,000. Singh called and the turn card opened 8 and Singh went all-in. Jaiswal called and the river brings 3 . This did not make a difference for Jaiwasl as Singh already had a top pair. With this, Jaiswal busted in 3rd place for ₹1,16,600. This was Singh’s third bust out in the FT and he collected

  • Singh: K Q
  • Jaiswal: K 7  
  • Board: Q 7 6 8 3

Vivek On Fire; Sarala And Abhishek Out

Vivek Singh has been killing the 15K Mystery Bounty event like a champ. He has scored two more bounties at the FT now, taking his total bounties tally to six bounties worth ₹1,28,000. He scored his two bounties on the FT with a double bustout. Gutshot raffle winner Sarala Ramakrishnan shoved her 70,000 all-in and it was called by Vivek Singh. Abhishek Jain raised 2,25,000, and Singh also shoved all-in. The flop opened to 6 J K , and Jain bet 1,85,000, which was called all-in by Singh. Jain called. The turn and river opened to 5 7 , and Singh flopped a set with pocket sixes in hand. Ramakrishnan and Jain succumbed with K Q , and K J , respectively. Ramakrishnan took the 4th spot for ₹76,100, while Jain ended at the fifth spot for ₹58,800.

  • Ramakrishnan: K Q
  • Jain: K J
  • Singh: 6 6
  • Board: 6 J K 5 7  


Dhaval Mudgal Ends IPC Megastacks on a High

We caught up with poker pro and MPL Poker ambassador Dhaval Mudgal after his run in the IPC 60k Main Event (33rd place) came to an end. We spoke to him about his experience in Nepal, his future plans in live poker as well as his run in this series. Take a look:

Q-Pair In Faiz Out

Faiz AlamOn Level 22 with blinds at 15,000/25,000, ante 25,000, Faiz Alam and Vivek Singh went head to head. Preflop saw Singh bet 50,000 and Alam taking the all-in route with 205,000. The community cards fell 3 Q 4 K 5 . Even though Alam was sitting with an open ended straight draw, it did not help him and was busted at the 6th position for ₹48,300.

  • Singh: Q T
  • Alam: A 6
  • Board: 3 Q 4 K 5

Barve Little Slicks His Way Home

Harshad BarvePreflop Harshad Barve shoved with 180,000 holding A Q and Yuvraj Singh called the all-in. The board opened to K 3 Q 6 6 and although Barve was in the lead preflop, it was Singh who won with two pairs (KK, 66) on the baord. Barve busted in 7th place for ₹41,000 as his Little Slick did not hold up.

  • Singh: K T
  • Barve: A Q
  • Board: K 3 Q 6 6  

Gutshot caught up with Barve after he exited the final table. Here’s what he had to say:

Abhishek Shows Vikaash The Door

At Level 20 with blinds at 10,000/15,000, ante 15,000, preflop witnessed Abhishek Jain and Vikaash Shah going all-in. The board ran out T 9 9 T 8 . Shah had Nickels and Jain was playing with Rocket Queen. With two pairs on the board, Jain’s Ace kicked in and directed his rival towards the exit route. Shah busted at the 8th spot for ₹35,700. The mega bounty was introduced at the start of the FT and Jain picked it with the elimination on the table itself. The table yelled in applause as Jain collected the mega bounty of ₹1,57,400!

  • Jain: A Q
  • Shah: 5 5
  • Board: T 9 9 T 8  


Sarala Ramakrishnan Makes It To The Mystery Bounty FT

Sarala RamakrishnanWe’re railing for Sarala Ramakrishnan! Do you know why? Ramakrishnan won the 15K Mystery Bounty ticket through Gutshot’s raffle booth. Ramakrishnan has been running deep in this IPC Megastacks event and we cannot wait to see her crush it big in this event. Along with Ramakrishnan, Samay Modi won a ticket to the Myst

The 15K Mystery Bounty FT Is Set

After a long grind from 4 PM, the IPC 15K Mystery Bounty event has come to the final seven. The final table consists of some of the most well known players from the industry, namely Yuvraj Singh, Sarala Ramakrishnan, Harshad Barve, Abhishek Jain, Faiz Alam, Avijit Jaiswal, Vivek Singh, and Vikaash Shah. Take a look at the chip stacks of these players:

Players Chips
Vivek Singh 909,000
Yuvraj Singh 813,000
Harshad Barve 420,000
Faiz Alam 349,000
Avijit Jaiswal 180,000
Vikaash Shah 160,000
Sarala Ramakrishnan 154,000
Abhishek Jain 151,000


Samay Singh Modi Gets Free Entry to Mystery Bounty From Gutshot

Gutshot Magazine ran a contest at the Casino Vegas in Nepal where three lucky winners could win free entries into the IPC 15k Mystery Bounty tournament. Earlier in the day, we caught up with one of the winners Samay Singh Modi who spoke about his experience in Nepal so far. Unfortunately, the patched up Gutshot player couldn’t run too deep in this mystery bounty event. See here:  

Still Confused About How Mystery Bounty Works?

The IPC 15K Mystery Bounty event is a one of a kind tournament. Usually, the bounty on every player is fixed but in this event, it will be a mystery. So, every player who gets busted after ITM is supposed to pick a chit which is the bounty amount for the grinder who busted them.

This will go on till the end, and the winner will get two bounty amounts. The bounty of the player they busted and the one on their head. The players who make it to the FT also get a chance to win a mega bounty as that will be added to the chit only then.


Vivek On A Bounty Spree

Ever since the money bubble has busted, and the bounties have been introduced, Vivek Singh seems to be on a roll. Singh has scored his fourth bounty so far. He shoved all-in preflop and was called by Nishant Sharma. The board opened 4 8 2 A 6 . Sharma showed A Q and Singh showed A 8 . Singh won the hand with two pairs (AA, 88) and busted Sharma, grabbing the latter’s bounty worth ₹12,300. 

  • Sharma: A Q  
  • Singh: A 8
  • Board: 4 8 2 A 6

Third Bounty For Vivek

Vivek Singh seems to be on a bounty winning spree. A player bet 12,000, and Harsh Bubna raised to 24,000. Singh re-raised to 68,000. The player who started the action folded and Bubna shoved all-in. Singh called and the board showed 9 K 5 3 8 . Singh showed K K and Bubna revealed Q Q . Bubna busted and Singh picked a draw for the bounty of Babna. Thebounty draw read out ₹13,900.

  • Singh: K K
  • Bubna: Q Q
  • Board: 9 K 5 3 8

Gagandeep Shown The Door

Gagandeep MalikThe bust-outs continue and in 11th place is Gagandeep Malik who got the boot by doctor turned poker player Yuvraj Singh. The preflop action saw Singh bet 36,000 with A T and Malik jammed with Ladies and Singh called. The board opened with A 3 4 6 K . Both the players got a pair but Singh’s pair of aces launched the pot to him leaving Malik in the dust. The knocked-out Malik took home a prize money of ₹27,800 and Singh picked up a mystery bounty amount of ₹24,200. 

  • Singh: A T  
  • Malik: Q Q
  • Board: A 3 4 6 K

Vivek Busts Rishab In 13th

Rishab MalikAt Level 19, we’ve got another bust out in the money and this time it was Rishab Malik that exited the tournament in 13th place. Vivek Singh with Pocket Rockets bet 24,000 preflop which was called by Malik who pushed his 160,000 into the pot with T T . Singh called and the board opened. Sadly for Malik, Singh rivered a full house and his cards stood no chance against that and was shown the door. Malik away with ₹24,700 after finishing in 13th place. As Singh busted Malik, he was called to pick out his bounty and he added a lovely ₹58,300 as his bounty money. 

  • Singh: A A
  • Malik: T T
  • Board: 8 7 4 8 A

Defending Champ Prajit Takes 14th Place

Prajit Ghambir - 14th in IPC 15k Mystery BountyA while after the bubble burst, we had Prajit Ghambir walking away in the 14th place and the first to take home a paid prize in this tournament. His ITM finish got him a prize of ₹24,700 but interestingly, we should tell you that Ghambir is the defending champion of the IPC Bounty Event, winning the last one in Goa in January 2020. 

Here, he was busted by Vivek Singh and the latter picked the mystery bounty chit to reveal an additional bounty prize of ₹20,500. 




Carol Is The Bubble Girl

Carol D’souzaAt Level 17 with blinds 4,000/8,000, ante 8,000, the bubble broke. Preflop saw Carol D’souza and Avijit Jaiswal taking the all-in route. Jaiswal and D’souza locked horns and hoped for the best outcomes for themselves. The board ran out 3 T 9 J K . D’souza was the unfortunate bubble girl who sat with a Magnum and had a flush draw which did not improve and Jaiswal had the last laugh with J 7

  • D’souza: 4 4
  • Jaiswal: J 7
  • Board: 3 T 9 J K

Rishab Takes Out Sandeep

We are approaching the money bubble for the 15K Mystery Bounty and out in 16th position is Sandeep Sharma. At Level 17, Sharma shoved 46,000 (5BB) into the pot with A J . Rishab Malik called the shove with Q J . The board ran out Q 4 T 2 T and although Sharma was leading preflop, it was Malik that rivered two pairs (QQ, TT) and snatched the pot away from Sharma. With that, Sharma busted from the tournament and missed reaching the money by just a few spots. 

  • Malik: Q J
  • Sharma: A J
  • Board: Q 4 T 2 T  

Sarala’s Dimes Brings In Twice The Chips

Vikaash Shah bet 21,000 preflop and Gutshot raffle winner Sarala Ramakrishnan shoved all-in with 67,000 chips. Shah called to see the board of 2 9 A Q 3 . Ramakrishnan showed pocket tens and Shah flipped K J . Ramakrishnan won the pot with T-pair to double up. 

  • Ramakrishnan: T T
  • Shah: K J
  • Board: 2 9 A Q 3

Kumar Goes Home

Anil KumarAt Level 16, Anil Kumar with K T bet 14,000 and Gagandeep Malik who had pocket jacks raised 50,000 and Kumar goes all-in. The community cards are 8 9 8 6 9 . Malik’s Hooks grabbed the pot for him as he hit two pairs (JJ, 99). Kumar exited the tournament after his cards held no water. 

  • Malik: J J
  • Kumar: K T  
  • Board: 8 9 8 6 9

IPC 15K Mystery Bounty Chip Counts At Level 16

We’re at Level 16 of the IPC 15K Mystery Bounty event. The top chips across tables are:

Players Chips
Gagandeep Malik 500,000
Faiz Alam 210,000
Sarala Ramakrishnan 200,000
Nishant Sharma 196,000
Vivek Singh 170,000
Dhirendra Kumar 165,000


Himanshu Shown The Door

The action opened when a player bet 12,000, and Himanshu Kataria raised 30,000 all-in and Vikaash Shah also shoved all-in. The board opened 8 3 7 4 3 . Kataria showed K T , and Shah flipped J J .

  • Kataria: K T
  • Shah: J J
  • Board: 8 3 7 4 3

IPC Megastacks 15K Mystery Bounty Payouts

The action in the 15K Mystery Bounty event has been getting intense by the minute. Only 22 players are in the game during Level 16. The payouts of the Bounty event are as follows: 

Position Payouts
1st ₹3,14,900
2nd ₹1,94,300
3rd ₹1,16,600
4th ₹76,100
5th ₹58,800
6th ₹48,300
7th ₹41,000
8th ₹35,700
9th ₹31,500
10th-12th ₹27,800
13th-14th ₹24,700


Rajasekhar Suffers A Knock Out

Rajasekhar PuttamsettyGagandeep Malik bet 21,000 on Level 15 with Pocket Rockets. Rajasekhar Puttamsetty who had 112,500 (22BBs) shoved his entire stack holding Jack-nine suited (J 9 ). This resulted in the hand going to showdown with 5 K J K 9 appearing on the board. Both players got two pairs, but unfortunately for Puttamsetty, Malik hit higher two pairs with his aces (AA, KK) and won the pot. Puttamsetty was quickly shown the door with this defeat. 

  • Malik: A A
  • Puttamsetty: J 9
  • Board: 5 K J K 9


Kunal Out On A High

Kunal PatniAs the 15K Mystery Bounty event progresses, Kunal Patni is the latest victim after he was knocked out by Faiz Alam at Level 13 on Table 6.

Patni went all-in preflop with 41,000 holding K 9 and Alam called his shove with A Q . The board ran out 7 5 T J 2 . As Alam was armed with an Ace he won with an ace-high and Patni was booted from the event. 

  • Alam: A Q
  • Patni: K 9
  • Board: 7 5 T J 2

Puneeth Bids Adieu

Puneeth Mishra jammed all-in with his 19,500 stack. Vivek Singh called and flipped A T , while Mishra showed K 9 . The board of A 6 T J K gave Singh a lead as he showed Mishra the door.

  • Mishra: K 9
  • Singh: A T
  • Board: A 6 T J K  

Battle Of Pockets

Aayush AggarwalAnkit Jajodia and Aayush Aggarwal locked horns at Level 13 in the 15K Mystery Bounty event. Preflop saw Jajodia going all-in with his Treys and it must have hurt him to see Aggarwal making the call with his Magnum. The board ran out 4 7 J Q 7 . These community cards gave Agarwal three of a kind and his rival got the boot. 

  • Agarwal: 4 4
  • Jajodia: 3 3
  • Board: 4 7 J Q 7

Navaneeth Exits

Sandip Sharma bet 5,500 preflop and was called by Dhirendra Kumar. Navaneeth Anantharaman decided to go all-in with 19,000 chips and was flat called by Kumar and Sharma. The flop showed 2 K 8 , and the action checked. On the turn of 5 , Kumar bet 10,000 and was called by Sharma. The river showed 8 and both players checked. Kumar showed K 9 , while Sharma flipped A 2 . Having seen Kumar’s K-pair, Anantharaman decided to muck and walked away from the tournament. 

  • Anantharaman: Mucked
  • Sharma: A 2
  • Kumar:K 9
  • Board: 2 K 8 5 8

Quads For Karwa, Loss For Patel

Vivek KarwaThe grind doesn’t stop for Vivek Karwa at the 15K Mystery Bounty tournament as he chipped up from Nimit Patel.

The preflop action on Table 11 at Level 12, saw both players go all-in. Karwa had 43,500 in the pot with pocket sevens while Patel shoved with A Q . The board flowed and 3 4 7 7 3 appeared. While Patel had a Little Slick, it was no use as Karwa was blessed quads on the turn. This ensured his victory and he took the pot and doubled up. 

  • Karwa: 7 7
  • Patel: A Q
  • Board: 3 4 7 7 3  

Chip Counts Of 15K Mystery Bounty Event

Ankit Jajodia is leading in the 15K Mystery Bounty event with a stack of 176,000 chips. He is followed by Nishant Sharma and Abhishek Jaiswal who have 170,000 and 140,000 respectively. Here are some of the chip counts of players grinding in this event: 

Players Chips
Ankit Jajodia 176,000
Nishant Sharma 170,000
Abhishek Jaiswal 140,000
Gagandeep Malik 139,000
Abhishek Jain 135,000
Rajasekhar Puttamsetty 125,000
Sandeep Sharma 115,000
Samay Modi 83,000
Dhirendra Kumar 80,000
Sarala Ramakrishnan 73,000


Varad Exits Post Grabbing Chips

Varad PatilIn a classic Hitchcock twist, Varad Patil has exited the 15K Mystery Bounty event after grabbing chips impressively from Puneet Mishra. On Table 13, at Level 11, blinds at 1,000/2,000, ante 2,000, Patil shoved all-in with 30,000 holding pocket jacks. Mishra who was waiting to avenge (looked like it) his loss of chips made the call with A K . The board ran out 7 T A 3 K . Patil’s one pair was outlasted by his rival’s two pairs. This is how Mishra pulled off a ‘nehle pe dehla.’

Patil: J J

Mishra: A K

Board: 7 T A 3 K

Varad Ships A Pot

Varad PatilOn Table 2 at Level 9 with blinds 600/1,200, ante 1,200, Varad Patil shoved all his chips into the pot and Puneet Mishra matched the bet. The board ran out 6 J 2 4 A . The community cards gifted Patil two pairs (AA, 44) and sadly Mishra lost a huge pot since his one-pair was just not good enough to counter Patil’s hand.

  • Patil: A 4
  • Mishra: A Q
  • Board: 6 J 2 4 A

Jain Trips Sharma To The Exit

Nishant SharmaIt’s Level 9 of the 15K Mystery Bounty, preflop Abhishek Jain bet 2,800 with A Q . Nishant Sharma with only 13BB and K 7 jammed his stack and was called by Jain. When the dealer fanned out the cards, Jain flopped a set with his Ace and was already in the lead. While Sharma hit a King-pair on the turn, it was no use for him because the river soon followed and Jain still had the upper hand. With that Sharma busted out of the tournament. If he wants another go at the title, he will have to re-enter soon because late registration closes at the end of Level 9!

  • Jain: A Q
  • Sharma: K 7
  • Board: 4 A A K T

Players Are Loving The Mystery Bounty Event

This is the first time that the 15K Mystery Bounty tournament is being hosted in the India Poker Championship series. Players are swooning to the registration desk to get themselves registered for the Bounty event. So far, 87 players have registered for this event. The obsession for this event is such that most players who busted from the Main Event Day 2 are not regretting a tad bit but are immediately registering for the bounty event! 



Samay Modi Wins A Free Ticket To 15K Mystery Bounty

Samay Singh ModiGutshot’s 15K Mystery Bounty event was looked forward to among poker players. Samay Modi wins the free ticket to the event as he registered at Gutshot’s raffle booth. If you’re on the floor, you can spot Modi wearing a bright yellow t-shirt and our Gutshot patch, ofcourse! Can’t wait to see Modi crush it big in this knockout event! 

Dhirendra Busted

 Dhirendra KumarThe 15K Mystery Bounty event at IPC Megastacks May 2022 is a unique format and players were eagerly looking forward to participating. At Level 3, Gutshot sponsored pro Dhirendra Kumar lost a huge pot with pocket eights against Jaydeep Dawer (A 9 ) and a few minutes later got busted with J8 at the hands of Vivek Karwa who had 7 6

. Kumar probably shoved all his chips into the pot post losing a sizable stack to Dawer. None of Kumar’s moves helped him progress further into the Main Event and he had to bid adieu to the game.

  • Kumar: 8 J
  • Karwa: 7 6
  • Board: 9 A 7 9 Q

Sarala Ramakrishnan Is The First 15K Mystery Bounty Ticket Winner

Sarala RamakrishnanGutshot Magazine had set up a raffle booth for IPC Megastacks 2022. Players had to register themselves at the booth since the day IPC began and we now announce the name of the first player who won a free ticket to the Mystery Bounty event.


It is Sarala Ramakrishnan! 

Ramakrishnan has been grinding quite intensely since day 1 of IPC Megastacks. We are super excited to watch this powerhouse in action. Keep crushing it Ramakrishnan! 


Sameer Shown The Door

Viney Singal bet 600 preflop to be called by two players and raised to 3,200 by the 25K Kick-off Event runner up Sameer Agarwal. Singal with his pocket kings happily called.

On the flop of 8 K 6 , Singal hit a set and bet 8,600 but due to the wetness of the board, Agarwal jammed his entire 28,200 stack with no hearts or any pair only to be called off by Singal. The 6 on the turn sealed the deal for Singal as he made his full house and busted Agarwal.

  • Singal: K K
  • Agarwal: A J
  • Board: 8 K 6 6 J

Registrations Are Flooding In For 15K Mystery Bounty

The IPC 15K Mystery Bounty tournament started at 4 PM and we already have 23 registrations. This was one event several players were looking forward to grind in. So far, well-known grinders Aayush Agarwal, Sameer Shivhare, Gopal Bajaj, Vineet Kumar, Harsh Bubna, Avneesh Munjal, Gagandeep Malik among others. 

IOPC June 2022 Schedule Out Now!

15K Mystery Bounty Begins

The 15K Mystery Bounty has kick-off here, at Casino Vegas in Hotel Mechi Crown (HMC), Jhapa Nepal. As we told you earlier, this tournament has a unique format and will bring in some exciting surprises. All players playing this ₹15,000 buy-in event, will get a starting stack of 30,000 chips to play with. Each blind level at this tournament will last for 20 minutes and will have six breaks including four 10-minute breaks and three 15-minute breaks. The late registration period will end after Level 9 (Blinds 600/1,200). 

Have a look at the structure:

Mystery Bounty

Players Choosing To Sleep Over 15K Mystery Bounty?

In less than a few minutes, the much awaited 15K Mystery Bounty will start. This is the first time that such a tournament is being hosted in the Indian felts for the first time. The suspense factor adds to the excitement of the bounty tournament. Bounty events are always looked forward to as it gives an additional bonus along with the prize money. Although there are so many benefits to it, our players choose to sleep instead of grinding in the event? 

As per our registration desk, most players are telling them that they’re sleepy and would come and register later. Some even asked the folks on the front desk to do the registration on their behalf. 

Get Ready For The 15K Mystery Bounty

As we closely witness and update you about the latest updates on India Poker Championship (IPC) Megastacks May 2022, Main Event Day 2, we will also bring you the updates from the 15K Mystery Bounty tournament happening alongside. This one-day event is all set to begin at 5 PM today and is expected to welcome registrations from several popular names. 

Mystery bounty is a unique twist on the knockout bounty variant of poker. Players have to buy-in with ₹15,000. Out of this, ₹10,000 goes to the tournament’s prize pool, and ₹5,000 goes into a mystery bounty prize pool, instead of a ₹5,000 bounty on every player. Interesting, right? And the fun part is, that no one knows how much bounty a player carries. The bounty prize pool will be divided into multiple bounty amounts and placed in a box. Additionally, these mystery bounties will be introduced once the money bubble has burst. Players have to pick out a draw to know their bounty amount. 

So, stay tuned to Gutshot Magazine for the latest updates about this fun and exciting tournament, and watch the drama unfold. 

Place Winner Name Prize
1 Vivek Singh ₹3,14,900
2 Yuvraj Singh ₹1,94,300
3 Avijit Jaiswal ₹1,16,600
4 Abhishek Jain ₹76,100
5 Sarala Ramakrishnan ₹58,800
6 Faiz Alam ₹48,300
7 Harshad Barve ₹41,000
8 Vikaash Shah ₹35,700
9 Gopal Bajaj ₹31,500
10 Nishant Sharma ₹27,800
11 Harsh Bubna ₹27,800
12 Gagandeep Malik ₹27,800
13 Rishab Malik ₹24,700
14 Prajit Ghambir ₹24,700

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