The Deltin Poker Tournament (DPT) April edition has been an intensified delight with a satisfactory array of players in all events of poker so far. The weekend action was rounded up with Bengaluru based Vidwath taking top honors in the ₹100K High Roller.
A total of 122 entries participated in the highest buy-in event of the series and 37 of those players made it to Day 2. Pradeep N Sharma was leading the charts with 306,000 in chips at the end of Day 1 but Vidwath Shetty finally took down the title.
Final Table Review
Sumit Sapra who shoved with was the first elimination of the final table. The initial raiser Shetty called holding
and then acquired quads on the board to take down the pot.
Rohan Dhawan was the next to bite the dust and was eliminated by Aditya Sushant in eighth place. Santosh Suvarna (7th place), Romit Advani (6th place), Chiraag Patel (5th place) and Samay Parikh (4th place) were the following eliminations.
The day one chip leader Pradeep N Sharma made a splendid run in the event finishing as the runner-up. On Sharma`s final hand, Shetty min-raised and Sharma holding . announced all-in. Shetty waited for a while and called eventually tabling . Shetty drew a flush on the board to eradicate Sharma.
The final hand saw Shetty breaking and getting a 3-bet from Aditya Sushant. Shetty holding Ace-Nine announced all-in and Sushant called with Ace-Four. The board missed both of the players and Shetty acquired the pot with a better kicker to be victorious, ₹36,23,000 prize money along with his first DPT bracelet!
Final Table Results (₹)
1. Vidwath Shetty - ₹36,23,000
2. Aditya Sushant - ₹22,94,000
3. Pradeep N Sharma - ₹16,00,000
4. Samay Parikh – ₹12,68,000
5. Chiraag Patel - ₹9,05,000
6. Romit Advani - ₹6,64,000
7. Santosh Suvarna – ₹4,52,000
8. Rohan Dhawan – ₹3,62,000
9. Sumit Sapra – ₹2,71,000
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