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Posted on 01 May, 2023
By Amarylisa Gonsalves
On 01 May, 2023
By Amarylisa Gonsalves
On 01 May, 2023

Santhosh Suvarna On The FT Of EPT 100K Super High Roller

Indian poker pro Santhosh Suvarna has made it to the final table of 2023 PokerStars European Poker Tour (EPT) Monte Carlo €100K Super High Roller event. The FT of seven includes notable names like Mikita Badziakouski, Artur Martirosian, Orpen Kisacikoglu, Ben Heath, Adrian Mateos, and Alex Kulev.

The final table has been paused and will resume today, 1st May 2023 at 4 PM. The top six players will be paid with the top finisher taking home an impressive sum of €1,238,740. Suvarna will resume the final table with a stack size of 645,000 chips at his disposal. Leading the final seven is Kulev, who has 2,085,000 chips to resume with.

The €100,000 buy-in event gathered a total of 37 entries who generated a prize pool of €3,589,740. Day 2 resumed with 26 players in the field and concluded when the final table of the top seven was set.

Suvarna was the first bust out on Day 1 at the hands of Mateos, following which he fired his second bullet. Unfortunately, his second bullet failed too. He returned on Day 2 and re-entered the event marking his third bullet. Three times the charm, they say, and Suvarna’s third bullet has led him to the final table. 

2023 EPT Monte Carlo Super High Roller FT Chip Count

  1. Alex Kulev – 2,085,000 chips
  2. Mikita Badziakouski – 1,895,000 chips 
  3. Artur Martirosian – 1,810,000 chips
  4. Orpen Kisacikoglu – 1,435,000 chips
  5. Ben Heath – 755,000 chips
  6. Santhosh Suvarna – 645,000 chips
  7. Adrian Mateos – 625,000 chips

Suvarna was seen grinding at the recently concluded World Poker Tour (WPT) Prime India 2023 in Goa last month. He was seen playing the High Roller event. However, he couldn’t run deep in the event. In March this year, Suvarna was seen at the Triton Poker Vietnam 2023 Super High Roller Series, wherein he grabbed the biggest cash of his career by finishing fourth at one of the events and cashed $628,000. 

Image Credit: Danny Maxwell/PokerNews

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