The action-packed extravaganza of poker has begun with the Deltin Poker Tournament’s (DPT) July Edition. The series is scheduled to run till July 24. The opening ₹15K Kick-off event attracted 243 entries that guaranteed ₹20 lakhs in prize money.
After almost 13 hours of intense action, Vishal Tulsyan came out on top and bagged a cool ₹9,74,300 for first place.
Final Table Review
The first elimination of the final table came in Siddharth S who went all-in possessing and got the call from Sumit Chandani who displayed. The board did no favours as Siddharth exited the event in tenth place.
The next casualty was Sudheer Y which was soon followed by Prabhat Mukherjea who had arrived to the final table with a sizeable stack, but he was relegated to the rails at eighth place.
Ankit Bajaj was knocked out in seventh place, while Kanishk Upreti claimed sixth place.
Sumit Chandani was impressive but his dream run ended at fifth place and next to be busted was Apaar Gautam, courtesy the eventual winner Tulsyan.
With Vaibhav Sharma departing at third place, Vikram Jain and Vishal Tulsyan were the sole players left in contention for the title.
The last hand of the tournament witnessed a short stacked Vikram Jain limping in and Tulsyan who had a firm grasp on the game, moved all-in holding . Jain called with and the board revealed . Tulsyan pocketed ₹9,74,300 for his efforts.
Final Table Results (INR)
1. Vishal Tulsyan - ₹9,74,300
2. Vikram Jain - ₹5,95,410
3. Vaibhav Sharma - ₹3,96,940
4. Apaar Gautam - ₹2,88,685
5. Sumit Chandani - ₹2,52,600
6. Kanish Upreti - ₹1,98,470
7. Ankit Bajaj - ₹1,62,390
8. Prabhat Mukherjea - ₹1,08,260
9. Sudheer Y - ₹63,150
10. Siddharth S - ₹45,120
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