Chennai pro Aditya Sushant muscled his way to win the concluding event of Deltin Poker Tournament (DPT) April Edition i.e. ₹15K PLO for a royal sum of ₹4,76,950. Considered one of the most consistent players of poker, Sushant has an impressive history in online poker tournaments as well as live ones.
Final Table Review
The first elimination on the final table arrived in just 20 minutes when Sushant busted Mayank Jaggi at sixth, with both having a pair on the board, but Sushant’s nines outweighing the latter’s pair of deuces.
45 minutes later Goindi ousted Panda in fifth place and thereafter, Sushant again was seen in action as he eliminated Manoj Pentakota at fourth place.
Goindi had reached his own tournament demise too, when some time later Sushant ensured he was headed to the rails in third. The hand saw two pairs of Jacks and Aces of Sushant beating Goindi’s pair.
Heads up lasted roughly 20 minutes and it appeared a natural conclusion when the final hand arrived. Sushant called to see the flop display . Birewar declared all in holding only to get the immediate call from Sushant who tabled . The turn showcased the but the river drew forth a
that cemented the title for Sushant with the rivered flush. Alok Birewar settled for a runner-up finish bagging ₹3,02,000.
Final Standings (₹)
1. Aditya Sushant - ₹4,76,950
2. Alok Birewar - ₹3,02,000
3. Abhishek Goindi - ₹2,10,000
4. Manoj Pentakota - ₹1,67,000
5. Abhisek Panda - ₹1,19,000
6. Mayank Jaggi - ₹87,000
7. Eka Vedantham - ₹60,000
8. Vineet Kumar - ₹47,000
9. Paawan Bansal - ₹36,000
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