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PSPC 2023: Nikhil Segel Advances To Day 2 Of The Freezeout Event Poker
Amarylisa Gonsalves
Posted on 01 Feb, 2023
By Amarylisa Gonsalves
On 01 Feb, 2023
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By Amarylisa Gonsalves
On 01 Feb, 2023
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PSPC 2023: Nikhil Segel Eliminated From The Freezeout Event


Update on Nikhil Segel from PSPC 2023

India’s Nikhil Segel out of the PokerStars Players Championship (PSPC) No-Limit Hold’em Freezeout event. The player busted at the 485th spot. Segel tweeted the following after his bust out from the PSPC Freezeout tournament, “Busto bled down to 20 bb then AJs vs KJs. K turn and we head to the showers in the #PSPC. Was fun while it lasted.”

Nikhil Segel’s tweet on his bust out


India’s Nikhil Segel has bagged and tagged at the end of Day 1 at the ongoing PokerStars Players Championship (PSPC) No-Limit Hold’em Freezeout event. Segel makes it to Day 2 with a stack of 67,500 chips (45 BB).

Segel shared the update on his Twitter handle. “Found a bag, am I happy? YES! Could it be better yes but I still have 45BB and a dream tomorrow at the @PokerStars @PokerStarsLIVE #PSPC day 2 Onwards and upwards we go!,” he wrote. He also shared a picture of his bag of chips and a picture with other players at the poker table.

Interestingly, it is after four years that PSPC returned to The Bahamas, and Segel was one of the eight players to feature at the 2018 PSPC Bahamas Main Event. Looks like Segel and PSPC Bahamas have a long history together. Segel is an architect, designer and poker player. He is also a Pokerstars Platinum Pass Winner. Last month, Segel had qualified for EPT Prague 2022 by finishing second in the Step 1: 2 seat GTD event on PokerStars. 

The 2023 edition of PSPC finally kicked-off amid much excitement at the Baha Mar Resorts, The Bahamas with the NLH Freezeout event. The $25,000 buy-in event registered a total of 1,005 entries, from this 678 players have made it to Day 2 after eight one-hour levels of gameplay. The event has recorded a final prize pool of $24,622,500.

Leading the chip count at the end of Day 1 are British player Chris Moorman and American player Tony Tran. Bith the players share the chip lead with 356,000 chips each at their disposal. Following the duo is pro player Josh Arieh with 312,500 chips. 

Apart from these, the field also includes other notable names like Tommy Nguyen, Fedor Holz, Paulina Loeliger aka ‘PokerBunny,’ Alejandro Lococo, Jeremy Ausmus, Michael Addamo, and Kitty Kuo among the top 100 stacks. 

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