Live poker pro Zarvan Tumboli nailed the BPT Highroller title for his career-best ₹50.03 Lakh and walked away with his first BPT trophy. The Highroller event saw 259 entries, but only 107 players made it to Day 2. The final prize pool stood at ₹2.46 Crore and the top 33 players made it in the money. Tumboli had the second highest chip stack when he entered Day 2 but picked up pace immediately. The Highroller was a star-studded event as the final table (FT) had Atul Jaiswal, Sahil Chutani, Jayraj Ninama, Ashish Ahuja, NPS 2022 Super Highroller winner Kartik Ved, and Sreekanth Narayan.
Tumboli struck a deal with Jaiswal and pocketed ₹50.03 Lakh while Jaiswal took home ₹44.72 Lakh. PokerBaazi’s Team Pro Pratibha Arya was the bubble girl as she busted in the 34th position despite having pocket aces. Some of the players who made it in the money in this event were Jaideep Sajwan (9th, ₹5.60 Lakh), Devang Yadav (10th, ₹4.74 Lakh), Sriharsha Doddapaneni (13th, ₹4.06 Lakh), India Online Poker Championship (IOPC) January 2021 Main Event winner Laksh Pal Singh (14th, ₹4.06 Lakh), Nikunj Jhunjhunwala (15th, ₹4.06 Lakh), Romit Advani (17th, ₹3.42 Lakh), Siddhanth Kripalani (20th, ₹2.80 Lakh) Vishal Bajaj (25th, ₹1.92 Lakh), Sahil Mahboobani (33rd, ₹1.70 Lakh) among others.
Take a look at the Highroller payouts here:
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