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Big Bounty NLH WPT Prime India 2023 Live Updates

Gaurav Kalra Takes Home The Big Bounty NLH Trophy!

Gaurav Kalra

After a deal was struck between Gaurav Kalra and Vinay B to end the Big Bounty NLH tourney, both players grinded for the trophy. Kalra triumphed over his rival and grabbed the coveted WPT Prime India 2023 Big Bounty NLH for a prize money worth ₹6,70,000.

Vinay B Finishes Runner-Up In Big Bounty!

Level 31, Blinds: 100K/200K, Ante 200K

Vinay B 2nd position

It was a long battle in the Big Bounty NLH where online and live poker reg Vinay B finished as runner-up. For the unversed, Vinay and his heads-up rival Gaurav Kalra struck a deal to end the tourney and fought for the title. Let’s take a look at Vinay’s bust out hand which led to Kalra winning the shiny new Big Bounty NLH. 

Vinay (K 7 ) from the button goes all-in and Guarav (T 8 ) makes the call. The board ran out A 5 J T 3 . This gave Guarav T-pair which was good enough to thrash Vinay’s dream of winning a WPT Big Bounty title. Vinay finished 2nd for ₹6,63,000.

  • Vinay: K 7
  • Kalra: T 8
  • Board: A 5 J T 3

It’s a Deal! Play Continues For The Title

The two finalists have decided on a two-way deal after playing the heads-up for almost two hours now. According to the deal, Gaurav Kalra will take home ₹6,70,000, while Vinay B will have ₹6,63,000 to carry home. However, the two players will continue to play for the title and the coveted WPT trophy. 

Vinay B Leading The Heads-Up

Turbo HUThe heads-up battle is set at the WPT Prime India 2023 Big Bounty NLH with Vinay B leading against Gaurav Kalra with most than double his stack. Vinay B sits with a stack size of 49.15 Million chips, while Kalra has 23.2 Million chips at his disposal. 

Advait Goes In 3rd Place

Level 27: Blinds: 40K/80K, Ante 80

Online reg Advait Rajguru had to pack up from the Big Bounty tournament after busting at the hands of Vinay B. Yes, once again it is Vinay who showed his opponent the door. What happened? Keep reading further to know what action unfolded. Rajguru (K Q ) from the button position went all-in. Vinay called holding A T from the small blind. The board ran out a Q 3 8 4 A . Vinay hits Ace-pair on the river. This was Rajguru’s cue to get and leave on the 3rd spot for ₹3,54,000. 

  • Rajguru: K Q
  • Vinay: A T
  • Board: Q 3 8 4 A

Harikrishna Busted 4th

Level 27, Blinds: 40K.80K, Ante 80K

And we have yet another player who was shown the door by the brutal live poker player Vinay B. This player has been collecting bounties steadily after knocking out players one after the other. In this hand, Vinay goes all-in from the small blind position Q 3 . Harikrishna Reddy from big blind position calls with K 9 . The dealer opened the board as: 9 T Q 8 5 . Vinay’s Q-pair holds and his rival is shown the door at the 4th position. Reddy took home a pay cheque of ₹2,21,000.

  • Reddy: K 9
  • Vinay: Q 3
  • Board: 9 T Q 8 5

Big Bounty NLH Has Two Bust Outs!

Two players have now exited the super intense Big Bounty NLH. The tourney saw two players, namely, Zerxes Mistry and Ravi Prabhakar. Zerxes and Mistry’s journey ended in this event when Vinay B played the perfect villain (he knocked out both the above mentioned players). 

Vinay made sure the final table is lighter with these two eliminations at his hands, and now the pro has inched closer to the top prize of ₹7.83 Lakh. While Mistry left at the 8th place for ₹98,000 Check out the hand where Vinay B hits a flush to drown his rival Prabhakar.

Prabhakar had K J and goes on all-in preflop. Vinay sits with 8 8 and follows suit. Guarav Kalra folds. The dealer reveals the board as: J K 5 5 7  . These cards gave Vinay a flush and with that his rival’s dream of winning the Big Bounty event were thrashed. Prabhakar left at the 6th pace for a payday of ₹1,41,500. 

  • Vinay: 8 8
  • Prabhakar: K J
  • Board: J K 5 5 7  

Cyrus Sidhwa Busted From Big Bounty NLH!

Level 25, Blinds: 25/50K, Ante 50K

And we have an elimination in the Big Bounty NLH event which lets other remaining players inch closer to the top prize and a shiny new trophy. Take a look at how the bust out hand unfolded. 

Cyrus Sidhwa goes all-in with 400K holding Ad Qh . His rival Advait Rajguru (6d 6c ), makes the call with pocket sixes. The community cards fell Qs 8c 4d Jc 6s . The online reg Rajguru hit a set with his sixes and Sidhwa’s hand (Q-pair) was rendered useless. Sidhwa took the 7th spot for ₹1,19,000

  • Rajguru: 6d 6c
  • Sidhwa: Ad Qh
  • Board: Qs 8c 4d Jc 6s

What A Bustling Day At WPT Prime India 2023!

Deltin floor

It’s a busy and bustling day here at the WPT Prime India 2023 aboard the Deltin Royale poker room with five events taking place at the same time. The events that are currently happening are MegaStack Closer, 50K 8 Max and Turbo Closer, as well as two final tables namely High Roller and Big Bounty NLH. 

The action is in full swing, and the players are excited. A big shoutout to the organisers and Tournament Directors, who are leaving no stone unturned to make sure that everything functions smoothly. 

Vinay B Knocks Out Somashekhar!

Level 26, Blinds, 30K/60, Ante 60K

The Big Bounty NLH tournament continues to see bust outs. The next player to bow out was Somashekhar KM. This time around too, it was Vinay B who knocked his rival out and added bounties to his credit. Take a look at Somashekhar’s bust out hand below.

The flop (J 4 2 ) and turn (A ) was checked by both warring rivals. The river of (8 ) saw Vinay B (A 4 ) go all-in (hit two pairs) and Somashekhar (A 6 ) called whilst banking on his Ace-pair. But that did not end well for  Somashekhar as his one pair did him no good and he had to leave the tourney at the 5th place for ₹171,000.

  • Somashekhar: A 6
  • Vinay: A 4
  • Board: J 4 2 A 8

Peush Singhvi First Casualty On The FT

Peush Singhvi has become the first player to get eliminated from the WPT Prime India 2023 Big Bounty event. After he shoved all-in from the UTG with 215K chips holding A 9 . Xerxes Mistry called from the cut-off with the Big Slick. The board brought J 6 T 5 2 and Singhvi’s hole cards did not hold any water. Singhvi took the ninth place for ₹77,700.

  • Singhvi: A 9
  • Singh: A K
  • Board: J 6 T 5 2  

Big Bounty Final Table Chip Counts Are Here!

Deepankur Gupta sadly became the final table bubble boy at the Big Bounty NLH event. Now the final table contenders will battle it out for the top spot and the shiny new WPT Prime India 2023 trophy. Check out the final table chip counts below.

Name – Chip Counts

  • Cyrus Sidwa – 46,50,000
  • Vinay B – 16,45,000
  • Harekrishna Reddy – 12,25,000
  • Somashekar KM – 10,95,000
  • Gaurav Kalra – 5,90,000 
  • Ravi Prabhakar – 4,45,000
  • Xerxes Mistry – 8,40,000
  • Advait Rajguru – 6,20,000
  • Peush Singhvi – 2,90,000

 

Deepankur Gupta Is Big Bounty FT Bubble Boy

Level 23, Blinds: 15K/30K, Ante 30K

Online reg Deepankur Gupta’s journey came to an end in the Big Bounty NLH event. The poker pro locked horns with Harikrishna Reddy (8c 9h) who was on the small blind. Reddy went all-in and Gupta (8d 8s) called with a shorter stack. The dealer fanned out a board of J J A 4 9 . This gave Reddy two pairs (JJ, 99) and Gupta busted as his pocket eights couldn’t hold water. Sadly Gupta turned the bubble boy in this WPT Prime India 2023 Big Bounty NLH tourney. Gupta busted at the 10th spot for ₹66K.

  • Gupta: 8 8
  • Reddy: 8 9
  • Board: J J A 4 9

Recent Eliminations

The event has seen some more eliminations as the players draw closer to the final table. Players like Chirag Sodha and Girish Shahane among others have headed towards the exit door from this event. Players taking the 13th to the 15th places have taken home ₹56,500, while the 11th and 12th place finishers cashed ₹66,000.

Take a look at the recent eliminations:

  • 11th place – Kashish Gupta
  • 12th place – Chirag Sodha
  • 13th place – Rohan Gupta
  • 14th place – TBU
  • 15th place – Girish Shahane 

*TBU – To Be Updated

Break Time, 13 Players Left

It’s break time at the Big Bounty event. The field is down to the top 13 players. The day resumed with 23 players and thanks to quick and early bustouts, the field quickly reached its top 13. The ultimate winner will take home the top prize of ₹7,83,000. 

More Players Out Of The Race

More players have exited the WPT Prime India 2023 Big Bounty NLH event. The 19th to 21st place finishers cashed ₹38,500, while players who finished from 16th to 18th place got ₹47,000.

Here are some recent eliminations from the event: 

  • 16th place – Vishrant Goyal
  • 17th place – Gautam Sachdeva
  • 18th place – Karan Sawhney
  • 19th place – Tarush Gupta
  • 20th place – Anil Adiani
  • 21st place – Mandar Darade 

Tarush Gupta Blinded Out At 19th

Tarush Gupta

Tarush Gupta, who had qualified for Day 2 with a stack of 87K did not turn up to play the event. He was eventually blinded out and he took the 19th place for a payday of ₹38,500. 

Early Bustouts On Day 2

From the 23 survivors on Day 2, several players busted out quickly since they had all made it in the money. The 25th to 27th place got paid ₹27,500 for their respective finishes, while 22nd to 24th place took home ₹31,000.

Check out the early recent bustouts:

  • 22nd place – Aditya Sharma
  • 23rd place – TBU
  • 24th place – Vineet Kumar
  • 25th place – Sanjay Chandy
  • 26th place – TBU
  • 27th place – Premnath K 

*TBU – To be updated

Welcome To Day 2 Of Big Bounty NLH

Day 2 of the Big Bounty NLH event has begun with the top 23 players all set to lock horns for the ultimate title. The event resumes today at Level 19 with blinds 6K/12K, with each level lasting for 40 minutes. All the remaining 23 players have assured a place in the money with the event paying out the top 36 players. 

23 Players Advance To Day 2

The field is down to the final 23 players who will return tomorrow to battle it out. All the 23 are in the money and have assured themselves a minimum of ₹31,000. The player played 18 levels of 30 minutes each. The game will resume tomorrow at Level 19, with each level lasting for 40 minutes each. 

First Set Of Payouts

After the bubble burst, the event saw some quick bustouts at the Big Bounty event with all the players making it in the money. The first set of payouts was paid from the 28th to the 37th place. All the players who finished in these spots took home ₹24,000.

  • 28th – Mark Seagraves
  • 29th – Romit Advani
  • 30th – Arun Sriram
  • 31st – Yash Wadhawan
  • 32nd – Aniruddha Joshi
  • 33th – Siddharth Ranshevre
  • 34th – Vishal Rathod
  • 35th – Ram Kakkar
  • 36th – Animesh Thakur
  • 37th – Anish Arora

Abhijeet Singh Bubbles The Event

The bubble has burst at the WPT Prime India 2023 Big Bounty event. All the remaining 37 players have made it in the money and assured a min-cash of ₹24,000. Abhijeet Singh was the unfortunate Bubble boy who bowed out at 38th place. 

Deepankur And Double Bustouts!

Level 8, Blinds: 500/1,000, Ante 1,000

Online reg Deepankur Gupta looks like he’s on a spree to knock players out. In this particular hand, Gupta (Kc 7c  ), Vikhayat Ahlawat (8c 4c ) both go all-in and find a caller in Ayush Singha (Ad Qh ). The board ran out Qc Ac 2h Ts Jc . This gave Gupta a straight (A-T) and sadly for the other two players it was game over in the Big Bounty NLH. 

  • Gupta: Kc 7c  
  • Ahlawat: 8c 4c
  • Singha: Ad Qh
  • Board: Qc Ac 2h Ts Jc

Payouts Announced For The Big Bounty NLH!

The Big Bounty NLH which is running full steam will see the top place finisher take home a prize money of ₹7.83 Lakh. The runner-up will grab a pay cheque of ₹5.50 Lakh. The min-cash in this bounty tournament stands at ₹24,000 which will go to players placed between 28th to 37th position. Take a look below at the Big Bounty NLH payouts.

Payouts

1st – ₹7.83 Lakh

2nd – ₹5.50 Lakh

3rd – ₹3.54 Lakh

4th – ₹2.21 Lakh

5th – ₹1.71 Lakh

6th – ₹1.41 Lakh

7th – ₹1.19 Lakh

8th – ₹98K

9th – ₹77.7K

10th – 12th – ₹66K

13th – 15th – ₹56.5K

16th – 18th – ₹47K

19th – 21st – ₹38.5K

22nd – 24th – ₹31K

25th – 27th – ₹27.5K

28th – 37th – ₹24K

Paleja Smiles As Mistry Exits

Level 5, Blinds: 300/500, Ante 500

Monish Paleja from under the gun (UTG) goes all-in and his rival Xerxes Mistry follows suit holding K 3 from highjack. Monish Paleja on the other hand had A 6 . The community cards read: 4 6 8 2 6 . This gave Paleja three of a kind with his sixes and for Mistry it was time to exit the Big Bounty NLH.

  • Mistry: K 3
  • Paleja: A 6
  • Board: 4 6 8 2 6

Ankit vs Rajat Goes Haywire For One!

Level 5, Blinds: 300/500, Ante 500

In a hand where Ankit Gunwan locked horns with Rajat Dehgra, it ended in one player’s journey in the Big Bounty coming to an end. Take a look at how the hand unfolded. From the small blind position, Gunwan goes all-in with 16K holding KJs. Dehgra (K J ) from UTG+1 makes the call only to see the board of A 9 6 8 T

  • Gunwan: A K
  • Dehgra: K J
  • Board: A 9 6 8 T

Crazy Scenes At The Registration Desk

The registration desk is flooded with players flocking in large numbers to enter theWPT Prime India 2023 Big Bounty NLH event. It’s been the most flooded registration desk in the past few days, with the registration team finding it difficult to manage the players who are excited and eager to enter the event. 

Welcome To The Live Coverage Of Big Bounty NLH

The Big Bounty NLH event of the WPT Prime India 2023 has kick-started with a bang, here, at the Deltin Royale Casino in Goa. The 10th event on the schedule has so far received some overwhelming response from the players.

The Big Bounty NLH is a two-day event with Day 1 rolling from 2 PM at Level 1 with blinds 100/100, ante 100. Day 2 will resume tomorrow, 18th April 2023 at 1 PM. The players get a starting stack of 25,000 chips for a buy-in of ₹30,000. Day 1 will play until Level 18, with each level lasting 30 minutes each. Day 2 will resume at Level 19 with a 40-minute level each. 

Welcome To The Live Coverage Of Big Bounty NLH

The Big Bounty NLH event of the WPT Prime India 2023 has kick-started with a bang, here, at the Deltin Royale Casino in Goa. The 10th event on the schedule has so far received some overwhelming response from the players.

The Big Bounty NLH is a two-day event with Day 1 rolling from 2 PM at Level 1 with blinds 100/100, Ante 100. Day 2 will resume tomorrow, 18th April 2023 at 1 PM. The players get a starting stack of 25,000 chips for a buy-in of ₹30,000. Day 1 will play until Level 18, with each level lasting 30 minutes each. Day 2 will resume at Level 19 with a 40-minute level each. 

 

Place Winner Name Prize
1st place Gaurav Kalra ₹6,70,000 (deal)
2nd place Vinay B ₹6,63,000 (deal)
3rd place Advait Rajguru ₹3,54,000
4th place Hari Krishna ₹2,21,000
5th place Somashekar KM ₹1,71,000
6th place Raviprabhakar ₹1,41,000
7th place Cyrus Sidhwa ₹1,19,000
8th place Xerxes Mistry ₹98,000
9th place Peush Singhvi ₹77,700
10th place Deepankur Gupta ₹66,000
11th place Kashish Gupta ₹66,000
12th place Chirag Sodha ₹66,000
13th place Rohan Gupta ₹56,500
14th place Atul Nagpal ₹56,500
15th place Girish Shahane ₹56,500
16th place Vishrant Goyal ₹47,000
17th place Gautam Sachdeva ₹47,000
18th place Karan Sawhney ₹47,000
19th place Tarush Gupta ₹38,500
20th place Anil Adiani ₹38,500
21st place Mandar Darade ₹38,500
22nd place Aditya Sharma ₹31,000
23rd place Basant Singh ₹31,000
24th place Vineet Kumar ₹31,000
25th place Sanjay Chandy ₹27,500
26th place - ₹27,500
27th place Premnath K ₹27,500
28th place Mark Seagraves ₹24,000
29th place Romit Advani ₹24,000
30th place Arun Sriram ₹24,000
31st place Yash Wadhawan ₹24,000
32nd place Aniruddha Joshi ₹24,000
33rd place Siddharth Ranshevre ₹24,000
34th place Vishal Rathod ₹24,000
35th place Ram Kakkar ₹24,000
36th place Animesh Thakur ₹24,000
37th place Anish Arora ₹24,000
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