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WPT World Championship 2023 Day 4: Ankit Ahuja In Top 5 Chip Counts Poker
Mrinal Gujare
Posted on 19 Dec, 2023
By Mrinal Gujare
On 19 Dec, 2023
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By Mrinal Gujare
On 19 Dec, 2023
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WPT World Championship 2023: Ankit Ahuja Makes Day 5


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Ankit Ahuja has qualified for Day 5 of the coveted WPT World Championship 2023. The event which is held at Wynn Las Vegas will tpsee Ahuja bring a stack of 6,950,000 to Day 5 where the remaining 45 survivors will be battling it out for the top prize of $5,678,000 and the $10,400 ticket intoWPT World Championship 2024.


The World Poker Tour’s (WPT) World Championship 2023 at Wynn Las Vegas is running full steam with the event concluding its Day 3 after an intense battle. India’s Ankit Ahuja has qualified for Day 4 with the fourth highest stack of 9,090,000 chips. Ahuja shared this happy news on his Instagram handle as well. Day 3 ended with Naj Ajez leading the pack of 132 survivors into Day 4. 

WPT World Championship 2023 Day 4: Ankit Ahuja In Top 5 Chip Counts

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This highly anticipated event had four starting day flights with Day 2 seeing Kartik Ved grinding apart from Ahuja. Sadly for Ved, he couldn’t advance further in the game. 

Talking about this event, the tournament came with a massive prize pool of $40 Million. The total number of entries stood at 3,835 with 132 vying for the top prize worth $5,678,000 and the coveted WPT trophy.

With Ahuja being in the top 5 stacks ahead of Day 4 at the WPT World Championship Wynn Las Vegas 2023, all eyes will be on how this Indian pro spins the game in his favour. Ahuja has been making headlines with his deep runs and he also shipped the Eureka Main Event at the European Poker Tour (EPT) Cyprus 2023. 


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Ahuja took home a pay cheque of $362,365 (~₹3,01,45,325) for his spectacular victory. Can Ahuja book another win at the ongoing WPT event? Only time will tell. Day 4 will resume at 12 noon (local time) and players will be grinding in five 90-minute levels.

Coming back to the WPT event, the $10,400 buy-in tournament saw his defending champion Eliot Hudon make an exit on Day 3. There was a strong speculation that Hudon could be a repeat winner at the WPT World Championship Wynn Las Vegas 2023. 

But that did not happen and Hudon was shown the door at the 186th position by Ardit Kurshumi. The WPT World Championship defending champ added $27,000 to his bankroll for his latest WPT outing. Stay tuned to Gutshot Magazine for more updates on WPT World Championship Wynn Las Vegas 2023. 

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