Let's have a look at today's Poker Nation news post about poker in India.
Chinese high-roller regular Quan Zhou reigned victorious at the HK$206,000 Single-Day High Roller at the PokerStars Championship in Macau. The 32-year old Chinese player prevailed over rival Nick Petrangelo in a 14-hour heads-up battle for the first-place cash prize of HK$3,645,000. Additionally, the local player returned home with the PokerStars Championship trophy.
The single-day tournament occurred at the PokerStars Live poker room at the City of Dreams Resort & Casino, situated on the Cotai Strip in Macau. The field drew as many as 62 players, who contributed to the assimilation of a large prize pool of HK$12, 152,000.
The single-day event attracted some of the most well-known names in the poker world, including notables like of Daniel Neilson, Fedor Holz, Mustapha Kanit, and Isaac Haxton. Steve O’Dwyer won the HK$400,000 Super High Roller champion title the previous day.
Quon Zhou from Harbin claimed the HK$206,000 Single-Day NL Hold'em Single Re-Entry for HK$3,645,000. An ecstatic Zhou announced that he was planning to donate HK$45,000 to charity. This is his currently career’s largest score and his lifetime earnings rank at $1.4 million.
1. Quan Zhou - HK$3,645,000
2. Nick Petrangelo - HK$2,639,000
3. Jack Salter - HK$1,700,000
4. Davidi Kitai - HK$1,290,000
5. Zuo Wang - HK$995,000
6. David Peters - HK$778,000
7. Shuo Li - HK$620,000
8. Mikita Badziakouski - HK$485,000
The World Poker Tour India edition has successfully concluded and has been regarded by many as a trailblazing event for poker in India
The Casino Deltin Royale is currently playing host to the inaugural WPT India, a tournament which has so far attracted many enthusiasts of poker in India.
Fans of poker in India can rejoice in the fact that Team India is performing splendidly at the series.