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WSOP 2022 ME: Doddapaneni Only Indian To Advance To Day 5 Poker
Amarylisa Gonsalves
Posted on 11 Jul, 2022
By Amarylisa Gonsalves
On 11 Jul, 2022
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By Amarylisa Gonsalves
On 11 Jul, 2022
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WSOP 2022 ME: Doddapaneni Only Indian To Advance To Day 5


The Main Event of the World Series of Poker (WSOP) 2022 has been going on in full steam. Four of the five Indians that played on Day 4 of Event #70: $10,000 No-Limit Hold’em Main Event have successfully cashed. Sriharsha Doddapaneni became the last Indian standing at the event. 

Day 3 concluded with the money bubble bursting at the 1,300th place. Day 4, which resumed with 1,299 players in contention, ended earlier today with 380 survivors making it to Day 5. Out of the 11 Indians on Day 3, just five of them had managed to progress to Day 4. 

After six starting flights, the event recorded the second-highest player field of 8,663 at a WSOP Main Event. The top 1,300 players will share the $80,782,475 prize pool taking home a min-cash of $15,000. 


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Doddapaneni is the only Indian to survive Day 4 and advance to Day 5. The Delhi-based player, who entered the day with 841,000 chips, managed to chip up, thus bagging and tagging 1,025,000 chips (41 big blinds), which he will resume with on Day 5. He has previously cashed at 13 WSOP live events and 18 times at online WSOP events. He hasn’t scored yet at this year’s edition, thus his score at the Main Event will be his first payout at the 2022 WSOP.

The average stack size stood at 1,367,842 chips. Currently, Taylor von Kriegenbergh is leading the pack of 380 survivors with a stack size of 5,305,000 chips (212 BB). Just a few big blinds behind is Dan Colpoys with 4,835,000 chips (193 BB) followed by Day 3 chip leader Aaron Mermelstein with 4,285,000 chips (184 BB).

The other Indian pros who made money at this event include Aditya Systla, who entered Day 4 with a stack of 620,000 chips and busted at 575th place for $25,500. Siddharth Karia, who entered the day with 267,000 chips, exited the tournament at the 747th place for $21,000. IPC Megastacks May 2022 100K Highroller runner-up Arsh Grover resumed Day 4 with 328,000 chips and finished 803rd bagging $19,000. WSOP (Online) bracelet winner Kartik Ved who entered Day 4 with 252,000 chips, was the first Indian to bust, as he cashed $17,000 at the 891st place. Indian-origin player Chiraag Patel also cashed at the event at 869th place for the $17,000. 

Day 5 of the WSOP 2022 Main Event will resume at noon on Monday (Las Vegas local time), where the remaining players will battle it out for the WSOP gold bracelet, the Main Event title and $10,000,000 as the top prize.

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