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WSOP Paradise 2023: Santhosh Suvarna Bags At $10K High Roller Poker
Smit Trivedi
Posted on 13 Dec, 2023
By Smit Trivedi
On 13 Dec, 2023
By Smit Trivedi
On 13 Dec, 2023

WSOP Paradise 2023: Santhosh Suvarna Bags At $10K High Roller

The World Series of Poker Poker (WSOP) has kick-started its last stop of the year, with the ongoing WSOP Paradise 2023 taking place between 3rd to 17th December 2023. Being played at Atlantis Hotel & Casino in the Bahamas, we have seen some Indian players participate in the ongoing WSOP series.

One of the Indian players who’s been grinding at the series is Santhosh Suvarna. The Indian poker pro was playing in the $10,000 High Roller and found a bag at the end of Day 1. Suvarna has already had an outing to remember in WSOP Paradise 2023, with high-stakes regular claiming the 28th spot in the $25,000 High Rollers Championship event to pocket $77,000 for his outing.

The Indian poker pro has made it past the first day in the event which saw the likes of Sam Soverel and Josh Arieh busting out while Shaun Deeb and Daniel Negreanu are still in contention.

The High Roller event boasts a staggering $1,000,000 guarantee with a $10,000 buy-in. It saw 134 entries, with Suvarna being amongst the players who bagged at the end of the first day. With 112,000 chips in the stack, his progress looks quite promising.

ALSO READ: Santhosh Suvarna Finishes 28th In High Rollers Championship At WSOP Paradise 2023 

At the end of Day 1, Jesse Lonis sits at the chip lead position, with the 2-time WSOP winner having 3,275,000 chips against his name. Canada’s Ameer Wakil holds the second place with 1,175,000 chips, while France’s Jean-Noel Thorel has a stack of 444,000 to claim the third spot after nine levels of play on Day 1.

Other players who made it through and are in the top 10 are Yuri Dzivielevski (417,000), Mike Watson (334,500), Weiran Pu (333,500), Danilo Velasevic (269,500), Jessica Teusl (266,500), Lee Kiat (206,500) and Leon Sturm (203,000). With less than 60 players left, it remains interesting to see which player will ship the $10,000 High Roller event at WSOP Paradise 2023.

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