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WSOP 2023: Gokul Raj And Neel Joshi Advance To Day 3 Of Deepstack Championship Poker
Amarylisa Gonsalves
Posted on 30 Jun, 2023
By Amarylisa Gonsalves
On 30 Jun, 2023
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By Amarylisa Gonsalves
On 30 Jun, 2023
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WSOP 2023: Gokul Raj And Neel Joshi Advance To Day 3 Of Deepstack Championship


After Kunal Patni’s notable finish on the final table of Event #59: $3,000 No-Limit Hold’em Freezeout, it is now Indian pros Gokul Raj and Neel Joshi who have made it to Day 3 of Event #64: $600 No-Limit Hold’em Deepstack Championship.

The event saw a lot of Indian players playing, out of which only Raj and Joshi managed to bag and tag at the end of Day 2. The $600 buy-in event had a total of 4,303 entries which generated a prize pool of $2,194,530.

Joshi carries the 18th highest stack of 2,935,000 chips into Day 3. While Raj will advance to Day 3 with the 37th highest stack of 1,535,000 chips. Leading the pack of the top 44 survivors is WSOP bracelet winner Cade Lautenbacher, who has a monster stack of 7,205,000 at his disposal. With the second-highest stack is Morocco’s  Jonathan Fhima, who has a stack of 6,665,000 chips, followed by Colombia’s Julian Pineda with 5,860,000 chips.

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Event #64: $600 No-Limit Hold’em Deepstack Championship Chip Count

  1. Cade Lautenbacher – 7,205,000
  2. Jonathan Fhima – 6,665,000    
  3. Julian Pineda – 5,860,000
  4. Joe Ebanks – 5,355,000
  5. Will Thysell – 5,100,000
  6. Ahmed Karrim – 5,075,000
  7. Romain Kowalczyk – 4,550,000
  8. Mauro Gomez – 4,425,000
  9. Dominic Cabuhat – 4,425,000
  10. Nicholas Lee – 4,195,000

Apart from Raj and Joshi, poker pro Jasven Saigal and WSOP bracelet winner Aditya Sushant from India were also grinding at this event. Both the pros recorded cashes by making it in the money at the event. While Saigal finished at the 100th place for a pay cheque of $2,218, Sushant pocketed $1,956 for his 151st place finish.

Recently, Patni was the last Indian surviving at Event #59: $3,000 No-Limit Hold’em Freezeout, wherein he finished at the eighth place for $73,225 (~₹60,09,758). To know which Indians cashed at WSOP 2023, click here.

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