The European edition of the World Series of Poker is in full flow at King’s Casino Rozvadov. Regular player of poker in India, Devesh Thapar, made an impressive run at the recently concluded Colossus Event.
Indian competitors were once again the frontrunners in the event. However, all players hit the rails on Day 2 with Devesh Thapar making the deepest run placing 66th to pocket €3,361. Simon Mint (68th), Sacheen Ramchandani (70th), Harsh Shori (180th) and Rahul Marwaha (204th) were among the others who managed to make it in the money.
The event attracted a massive field of 4,115 runners. In the end, it was Matous Skorepa who bested Florian Fuchs heads-up to claim his first WSOP bracelet and took home the first-place pay-out of €270,015. Skorepa is now the third Czech bracelet winner this year.
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.