₹100K High Roller

Anmol Srivats Wins the ₹100K High Roller!

• Level 27: 20,00,000 -40,00,000,40,00,000 Ante

The verdict is out! Anmol Srivats is the latest IPC High Roller champion! Following a three-handed ICM-based deal that saw Srivats, Raag Fernandes and Zarvan Tumboli flatten the payjumps, Fernandes was eliminated in third place. Srivats who was already assured the biggest payout among the three finalists – ₹39.37 Lakhs in all, then locked horns with Tumboli for the title. All it took was one hand for him to win the title.

It was undoubtedly Srivats day and he ran all over the final table. He hit the cards at the right spots and was not afraid to play aggressively. In fact other than a few close calls and setbacks, it was Srivats who dominated the FT!

Srivats had the advantage of a towering chip lead with 26.175 Million in chips as against Tumboli’s 5.325 Million at the start of the heads-up and he put it to full use. The final hand of the tournament saw Tumboli looking for a double-up with pocket nines but Srivats’ who held queen-three spiked two more threes on the board for trips. With the win, the Bengaluru-based player snagged his career-first title!

Anmol Srivats
Anmol Srivats Wins IPC High Roller Title

We will be returning for a more detailed report on the event, so stay connected! Meanwhile, Day 1A of the Main Event is currently underway and there are 162 players still remaining in the field.

Zarvan Tumboli Finishes Runner-Up

• Level 26: 1,50,000 -3,00,000,3,00,000 Ante

Zarvan Tumboli came whiskers close to the title but eventually finished runner-up. Since there was an ICM deal in place, instead of the ₹35.21 Lakhs that was originally reserved for the second-place finisher, Tumboli pocketed ₹30.59 Lakhs. Nonetheless, it was a great run for the pro who had won his career-first title at the very felts of IPC back in 2015 when he took down the ₹10K Freezeout title.

The heads-up play was over in just one hand. On the final hand of the tournament, Anmol Srivats moved all-in from the small blind, and Tumboli called with his remaining 20 big blinds.

Anmol Srivats

Zarvan Tumboli

Tumboli was in good shape for a double up before the rundown gave Srivats three-of-a-kind treys for the win!

Zarvan Tumboli
Zarvan Tumboli

Heads-Up Chip Counts

• Level 26: 1,50,000 -3,00,000,3,00,000 Ante

With the departure of Raag Fernandes, the heads-up play has been set-up between Anmol Srivats and Zarvan Tumboli. Here are their chip counts at the start of the heads-up match.

Anmol Srivats – 26,175,000

Zarvan Tumboli – 5,325,000

Start-of-Day Chip Leader Raag Fernandes Eliminated in 3rd Place

• Level 26: 1,50,000 -3,00,000,3,00,000 Ante

Raag Fernandes has just been eliminated in third place and takes home the revised payout of ₹37.73 Lakhs.

On the flop , Fernandes checked from the small blind while big blind Srivats bet 300K. Fernandes called.

Fernandes checked the turn . Srivats kept up the aggression with a bet of 2 Million. Fernandes called.

The completed the board and Fernandes checked yet again. Srivats announced all-in. Fernandes went into a deep tank so much so that Srivats asked for the clock to be called. Fernandes finally made the call.

Srivats tabled for quads dominating Fernandes’ to setup the heads-up play.

Raag Fernandes
Raag Fernandes

An ICM-Deal Reached

• Level 26: 1,50,000 -3,00,000,3,00,000 Ante

The clock was paused for the three finalists to discuss an ICM-based deal. Currently their chip counts are –

Anmol Srivats – 13,650,000

Raag Fernandes – 11,775,000

Zarvan Tumboli – 6,100,000

Based on the deal they have locked in the following payouts with only the trophy kept in play.

Anmol Srivats – ₹39,37,812

Raag Fernandes – ₹37,73,340

Zarvan Tumboli – ₹30,59,847

 

Harshad Barve Eliminated in 4th Place

• Level 26: 1,50,000 -3,00,000,3,00,000 Ante

Harshad Barve has been eliminated in fourth place and takes home a payout of ₹12.70 Lakhs. Barve was all-in with versus Zarvan Tumboli’s . The runout saw Tumboli surge ahead, eliminating Barve.

Harshad Barve
Harshad Barve

Sahil Agarwal Eliminated in 5th Place

• Level 26: 1,50,000 -3,00,000,3,00,000 Ante

After getting no callers on his last shove, Sahil Agarwal called small blind Anmol Srivats’ all-in call from the big blind. The battle of the blinds saw Srivats table versus Agarwal’s . The board ran and Srivats flopped two-pair to eliminate Agarwal in fifth place.

Agarwal pocketed ₹9.80 Lakhs for his deep run.

Sahil Agarwal
Sahil Agarwal

Chip Counts After the 4th Break

• Level 25: 1,50,000 -3,00,000,3,00,000 Ante
PlayerChip Counts
Raag Fernandes10,725,000
Zarvan Tumboli6,475,000
Sahil Agarwal6,100,000
Anmol Srivats4,175,000
Harshad Barve4,025,000

Harshad Barve Doubles

• Level 25: 150,000 -300,000,300,000 Ante

On the last hand before the break, Sahil Agarwal raised to 500K from the cutoff with . Harshad Barve who had 1.2M behind had to put in only 250K to call from the big blind and did so with .

Flop

Barve flopped an open-ended straight draw and snap moved all-in. Agarwal was sitting with 7.4M and had to put in 925K to call. Agarwal took his time before making the call.

The turn completed Barve`s straight and with the river bricking, Barve doubled up!

Anmol Srivats is Back in the Game With a Double Up

• Level 25: 125,000 -250,000,250,000 Ante

After losing a massive pot to Zarvan Tumboli with pocket queens, Anmol Srivats has managed to get some of those chips back with a double-up.

Srivats` were pitted against Zarvan Tumboli`s .

The board ran and Srivats got there with a rivered pair to double up.

A Massive Triple Up For Zarvan Tumboli

• Level 25: 1,25,000 -2,50,000,2,50,000 Ante

Anmol Srivats moved all-in on the button and small blind Sahil Agarwal called. Zarvan Tumboli who was in the big blind came along with a call as well.

Sahil Agarwal

Zarvan Tumboli

Anmol Srivats

The dealer fanned out the on the board. Srivats was in good shape till the turn but the king on the river gave Tumboli a better two-pair for a massive triple-up.

After this hand, Tumboli has climbed up to become the second-biggest stack on the final table.

Kanishka Samant Eliminated in 6th Place

• Level 25: 1,25,000 -2,50,000,2,50,000 Ante

Kanishka Samant has been eliminated in sixth place. The action saw Zarvan Tumboli moving all-in for 2.2M from UTG with . The action folded to Kanishka Samant in the big blind and he called with for his last 1.4M.

The board ran and that was the end of the former IPC champion’s High Roller run. Samant collected ₹8,12,800 for his 6th place finish.

A Clash Between Anmol Srivats & Sahil Agarwal

• Level 24: 1,00,000 -2,00,000,2,00,000 Ante

Anmol Srivats and Sahil Agarwal have been among the big stacks on the final table. They clashed over a hand where Raag Fernandes opened cutoff for 475K with . Anmol Srivats shoved from the small blind with and big blind Sahil Agarwal called with . Fernandes folded. The board of saw Srivats and Agarwal split the pot.

Vivek Rughani Eliminated in 7th Place

• Level 24: 1,00,000 -2,00,000,2,00,000 Ante

Vivek Rughani moved all-in for 2.1 Million from the UTG with . Raag Fernandes who held moved all-in over the top from the hijack for 4.1 Million. Rughani needed a jack to stay in contention but the board brought blanked out.

Rughani has hit the rail in seventh place for a ₹6.92 Lakhs payday.

Vivek Rughani
Vivek Rughani

Final Table Chips Counts at Dinner Break

• Level 24: 1,00,000 -2,00,000,2,00,000 Ante
PlayerChip Count
Sahil Agarwal10,565,000
Anmol Srivats5,655,000
Raag Fernandes4,195,000
Harshad Barve3,835,000
Kanishka Samant3,005,000
Zarvan Tumboli2,160,000
Vivek Rughani2,085,000

Millionaire Legends Champion Anish Patra Hits The Rail in 8th Place

• Level 23: 75,000 -1,50,000,1,50,000 Ante

Just one hand after Shekhar’s departure, Sahil Agarwal claimed another victim on the final table and this time it was Millionaire Legends champion Anish Patra who found his tournament life cut short in eighth place.

Agarwal who got dealt open-raised to 300K from the UTG+2 and Patra jammed 1.3 Million from the hijack with . Agarwal called. The board ran and Agarwal’s turned flush won him the pot.

Patra collected ₹6.04 Lakhs in prize money for his 8th place finish.

Anish Patra
Anish Patra

Akash Shekhar Eliminated in 9th Place

• Level 23: 75,000 -1,50,000,1,50,000 Ante

Anmol Srivats raised to 325K from the UTG with and Sahil Agarwal called. Akash Shekhar made it 1 Million from the cutoff. Srivats folded,Agarwal shoved and Shekhar called for his tournament life.

Sahil Agarwal

Akash Shekhar

The board ran out , bringing a full house, of aces and fours for Agarwal.

Shekhar banks ₹5.18 Lakhs for his efforts.

Akash Shekhar
Akash Shekhar

A Double Up For Akash Shekhar

• Level 22: 60,000 -1,20,000,1,20,000 Ante

Akash Shekhar’s came out on top against Harshad Barve’s on the runout , earning him a double-up.

Kanishka Samant Doubles Up

• Level 22: 60,000 -1,20,000,1,20,000 Ante

Kanishka Samant and Raag Fernandes were all-in with Samant at risk. Samant tabled pocket sevens against Fernandes’ . With the board running , Samant scored a double up!

Final Table is Now Live!

• Level 22: 60,000 -1,20,000,1,20,000 Ante

The final table of the 100K High Roller is being live-streamed with a 20-minute delay.

Watch the action below.

Final Table Chip Counts

• Level 23: 75,000 -1,50,000,1,50,000 Ante

The ₹100K High Roller final table is kicking off shortly. Anmol Srivats is the player in pole position with 7,755,000 in chips, followed by the start-of-the-day chip leader Raag Fernandes (57,95,000) and Harshad Barve (38,45,000).

The nine-handed final table
The nine-handed final table

Final Table Chip Counts (By Seat)

Seat Player Chip Count
Seat 1 Raag Fernandes 57,95,000
Seat 2 Harshad Barve 38,45,000
Seat 3 Anmol Srivats 77,55,000
Seat 4 Sahil Agarwal 27,85,000
Seat 5 Anish Patra 19,60,000
Seat 6 Akash Shekhar 20,35,000
Seat 7 Kanishka Samant 17,30,000
Seat 8 Vivek Rughani 23,85,000
Seat 9 Zarvan Tumboli 32,35,000

Final Table Formed

• Level 22: 60000 -120000,120000 Ante

The nine-handed final table has been formed! More details to follow shortly.

Goonjan Mall Bubbles the Final Table

• Level 22: 60000 -120000,120000 Ante

Anmol Mehta shoved with and Goonjan Mall called with pocket queens from the big blind. Mehta hit an ace on the turn, eliminating Mall in 10th place for ₹4.46 Lakhs.

Goonjan Mall
Goonjan Mall

Chip Counts On the Outer Table

• Level 21: 50,000 -1,00,000,1,00,000 Ante

Zarvan Tumboli – 5,300,0000

Raag Fernandes – 3,400,000

Akash Shekhar – 2,300,000

Anish Patra – 1,900,000

Kanishka Samant – 1,800,000

Gaurav Sood Busts in 11th Place

• Level 21: 50,000 -1,00,000,1,00,000 Ante

Gaurav Sood has been eliminated in 11th place and collected ₹4.46 Lakhs for his deep run.

The action saw Zarvan Tumboli open on which Sood shoved his last seven bigs holding . Tumboli called with . The board blanked out for Sood.

Gaurav Sood
Gaurav Sood

Epic Bluff By Zarvan Tumboli

• Level 21: 50,000 -1,00,000,1,00,000 Ante

Small blind Raag Fernandes opened, and big blind Zarvan Tumboli called.

Flop

Fernandes led out and Tumboli called

Turn

Fernandes checked, Tumboli bet 320K. Fernandes re-raised it to 480K on the top and Tumboli 4-bet it to 600K. Fernandes went deep into the tank. The clock was called and Fernandes ran out of time. Tumboli flashed after pulling off a stone-cold bluff!

Zarvan Tumboli
Zarvan Tumboli

Vaibhav Sharma Eliminated in 12th Place, Jai Saha in 13th Place

• Level 20: 40,000 -80,000,80,000 Ante

Jai Saha has just been eliminated in 13th place. Saha earns a ₹3.76 Lakhs payout for his efforts.

Jai Saha
Jai Saha

Several minutes later, Vaibhav Sharma hit the rail in 12th place, collecting ₹4.46 Lakhs.

Vaibhav Sharma
Vaibhav Sharma

Anil Adiani Eliminated in 14th Place, Kanav Parwal Out in 15th Place

• Level 20: 40,000 -80,000,80,000 Ante

Anish Patra opened from the small blind and Anil Adiani shoved. Patra called.

Anil Adiani

Anish Patra

Board –

Patra rivered two-pair and that was the end of Adiani’s deep run in 14th place. Adiani has taken home ₹3.76 Lakhs.

Anil Adiani
Anil Adiani

We have updated this space since the information of the player who busted in 15th place was not available. Kanav Parwal has now been confirmed as the player who took home ₹3.76 Lakhs for finishing 15th.

Kanav Parwal
Kanav Parwal

J. Raju Eliminated in 16th Place

• Level 20: 40,000 -80,000,80,000 Ante

J.Raju open shoved for 650K and action folded to Akash Shekhar who called, tabling pocket jacks. Raju showed .

Board –

Raju was unable to complete his flush and Shekhar’s jacks eliminated him in 16th place. Raju has pocketed ₹3.12 Lakhs for his finish.

Ayush Garg Eliminated in 17th Place

• Level 19: 30,000 -60,000,60,000 Ante

Goonjan Mall opened and Ayush Garg shoved with . Mall tank-called with . He hit two-pair on the board to eliminate Ayush in 17th place. Garg has pocketed ₹3.12 Lakhs for his efforts.

Anil Adiani Doubles

• Level 19: 30,000 -60,000,60,000 Ante

Anil Adiani shoved for 450K and Anish Patra called. Patra tabled and Adiani showed . The board ran and Adiani’s ace-high won him a double-up.

Recent Eliminations...

• Level 19: 30,000 -60,000,60,000 Ante

18th: Somashekhar KM – ₹3,12,700

19th: Sriharsha Doddapaneni – ₹2,29,500

20th Anuj Yadav – ₹2,29,500

Rajat Sharma Eliminated in 21st Place

• Level 19: 30,000 -60,000,60,000 Ante

Anish Patra opened to 140K and short-stacked Rajat Sharma shoved with . Anish Patra called with . The runout of saw Patra river a one-card flush, eliminating Sharma.

Rajat Sharma
Rajat Sharma

Sharma has pocketed ₹2.29 Lakhs for his 21st place finish.

Chip Counts at the 2nd Break

• Level 19: 30,000 -60,000,60,000 Ante

Kanishka Samant – 2,600,000

Zarvan Tumboli – 2,600,000

Sahil Agarwal – 1,900,000

Ayush Garg – 1,840,000

Goonjan Mall – 1,500,000

Gaurav Sood – 1,190,000

Anish Patra – 1,700,000

Anil Adiani – 950,000

J. Raju – 900,000

Vivek Rughani – 900,000

Vaibhav Sharma – 750,000

Rajat Sharma – 450,000

Somashekhar KM – 200,000

Kanishka Samant Doubles Up

• Level 18: 25,000 -50,000,50,000 Ante

Kanishka Samant shoved from the UTG holding pocket kings and action folded to Anil Adiani who rejammed with pocket nines. The board panned out and Samant doubled up.

Anish Patra Eliminates Siddarth Singhvi (23rd) & Prem Amarnani (24th)

• Level 18: 25,000 -50,000,50,000 Ante

Prem Amarnani open shoved with and action folded to Siddarth Singhvi who re-shoved with pocket kings. Next to act was the former Millionaire Legends champion, Anish Patra who woke up with aces to make the easy call. The board ran , and Patra’s aces held up, eliminating Singhvi in 23rd place and Amarnani in 24th place.

Over on another table, Apoorva Goel was eliminated in 22nd place.

All the three players have banked ₹1.88 Lakhs each.

Vaibhav Sharma Doubles Up

• Level 18: 25,000 -50,000,50,000 Ante

Just as Nadeem Basha and Raag Fernandes were clashing on the feature table and Basha eventually busted, on table 30, Vaibhav Sharma also moved all-in and found a caller in Ayush Garg.

Ayush Garg

Vaibhav Sharma

Board- and Sharma’s rivered trip kings won him a double-up.

PokerGuru Ambassador Nadeem Basha Busts On the Money Bubble

• Level 18: 25,000 -50,000,50,000 Ante

PokerGuru Ambassador Nadeem Basha has been eliminated from the feature table at the hands of start-of-day chip leader Raag Fernandes. Basha shoved 860K from the hijack with and Fernandes called in the big blind with . The board ran eliminating Basha on the money bubble.

Nadeem Basha
Nadeem Basha

This leaves the remaining 24 players in the money for at least ₹1.88 Lakhs!

A Barrage of All-Ins & Spin Ups

• Level 18: 25,000 -50,000,50,000 Ante

Several players have moved all-in during the hand-for-hand and managed to spin their stacks up.

Over on one of the tables, short-stacked Somashekhar KM won a hand to improve his stack to 500K. The next hand saw Jai Saha move all-in for a spin up. On a separate table, Sahil Agarwal has also won a pot.

A Double Up for Vivek Rughani

• Level 18: 25,000 -50,000,50,000 Ante

From the small blind, Ayush Garg put enough chips in the middle to put big blind Vivek Rughani all-in. Rughani called.

Ayush Garg

Vivek Rughani

Board –

Garg flopped a flush draw but couldn’t complete it and Rughani took down the pot.

Vivek Rughani
Vivek Rughani

Somashekhar Doubles

• Level 18: 25,000 -50,000,50,000 Ante

Rajat Sharma open-shoved with pocket queens and the shortest stack in the field, Somashekhar KM, called turning over . The board brought two-pair for Somashekhar who doubled up!

Chip Counts on the Feature Table

• Level 18: 25,000 -50,000,50,000 Ante

Raag Fernandes – 3,100,000
Zarvan Tumboli – 1,900,000
Goonjan Mall – 1,800,000
Nadeem Basha – 985,000
Sriharsha Doddapaneni – 970,000
Gaurav Sood – 910,000
Apoorva Goel – 460,000

Free Sky Diving For the Money Bubble!

• Level 17: 20,000 -40,000,40,000 Ante

The money bubble usually goes back empty-handed but not at the IPC High Roller. The tournament director has just announced that the player who busts on the bubble will win a free sky diving package from Sky High India! This is reportedly the only sky diving facility in India and is a four-hour drive from New Delhi.

Nathan Rao Eliminated in 26th Place

• Level 17: 20,000 -40,000,40,000 Ante

J.Raju limped from the cutoff and Kanav Parwal called from the button. Nathan Rao shoved and Raju re-popped. Parwal folded and both Rao and Raju tabled their cards.

Nathan Rao

J.Raju

Board –

Rau rivered a straight eliminating Nathan Rao in 26th place.

Siddarth Singhvi Triples Up, Devang Yadav Sent Packing

• Level 17: 20,000 -40,000,40,000 Ante

Siddarth Singhvi open-shoved, Ayush Garg re-raised and BPT MegaStack champion Devang Yadav shoved over the top for 1.14 Million. Garg instantly called.

Siddarth Singhvi

Ayush Garg

Devang Yadav

Board –

Singhvi took down the main pot with his flopped tens for a triple up. Garg won the side pot and Yadav hit the rail.

Devang Yadav
Devang Yadav

Chip Counts

Siddarth Singhvi – 1,300,000

Ayush Garg – 2,200,000

Devang Yadav – Eliminated

We're Approaching the Money Bubble!

• Level 17: 20,000 -40,000,40,000 Ante

The tournament is now down to its final 26 players and with 24 places to earn a payout, we’re two eliminations away from the money.

The hand for hand play will begin as soon as the field loses another player.

Arsh Grover Eliminated By Anish Patra, Mahboobani Busted on the Feature Table

• Level 17: 20,000 -40,000,40,000 Ante

Arsh Grover open-shoved with and next to act Anish Patra called with . The dealer fanned out the as the community cards and Patra rivered trip aces to bust Grover.

Chip Counts

Anish Patra – 675,000

Arsh Grover – Eliminated

A little back, Sahil Mahboobani was eliminated from the feature table.

Sahil Mahboobani
Sahil Mahboobani

Anil Adiani Triples Up

• Level 16: 15,000 -30,000,30,000 Ante

Anil Adiani open-shoved for 205K from the cutoff and Somashekhar KM called from the button. Jai Saha called from the small blind.

Flop

Both Somashekhar and Saha checked.

Turn

Both Somashekhar and Saha checked.

River

Both Somashekhar and Saha checked. again.

Adiani tabled and both Saha and Somashekhar mucked their cards. Adiani tripled up in the hand.

Anil Adiani
Anil Adiani

Chip Counts

Anil Adiani – 650,000

Somashekhar KM – 800,000

Jai Saha – 1,440,000

Arsh Grover Doubles Up Through Nathan Rao

• Level 16: 15,000 -30,000,30,000 Ante

Nathan Rao opened to 85K and Arsh Grover jammed for 595K. Rao called.

Arsh Grover

Nathan Rao

Board

Grover paired his jack on the river to take down the pot.

Arsh Grover
Arsh Grover

Chip Counts

Arsh Grover – 1,200,000

Nathan Rao – 525,000

Raj Kundra Eliminated By Vaibhav Sharma, Rahul Byrraju Out

• Level 16: 15,000 -30,000,30,000 Ante

Vaibhav Sharma opened to 65K and Raj Kundra shoved for 190K at the risk of his tournament life. Action folded back to Sharma who called.

Raj Kundra

Vaibhav Sharma

The board ran out and Sharma hit a higher two-pair to eliminate Kundra.

Raj Kundra
Raj Kundra

A while back, Rahul Byrraju has also busted.

Rahul Byrraju
Rahul Byrraju

Chip Counts On the Feature Table

• Level 16: 15,000 -30,000,30,000 Ante

It’s the start of Level 16 and the feature table has been set. Here are the stacks of the players now seated on the feature table.

Feature Table Chip Counts

Seat 1: Nadeem Basha – 7,35,000

Seat 2: Goonjan Mall – 15,50,000

Seat 3: Zarvan Tumboli – 13,20,000

Seat 4: Apoorva Goel – 10,55,000

Seat 5: Raag Fernandes – 22,50,000

Seat 6: Sahil Mahboobani – 4,85,000

Seat 7: Sriharsha Doddapaneni – 16,35,000

Assorted Chip Counts at the 1st Break

• Level 16: 15,000 -30,000,30,000 Ante

Vivek Rughani – 1,000,000

Anuj Yadav – 1,345,000

Anmol Srivats – 1,570,000

Devang Yadav – 1,550,000

Vaibhav Sharma – 840,000

J Raju – 1,400,000

Arsh Grover – 550,000

Siddarth Singhvi – 330,000

Raj Kundra – 265,000

First Break of the Day

• Level 16: 15,000 -30,000,30,000 Ante

Only 32 now remain in the ₹100K High Roller and players have gone on a 10-minute break. The feature table is also being set up now and we will shortly update you with the assorted chip counts at the break, stay tuned!

Rajnish Kumar Eliminated by Anuj Yadav

• Level 15: 15,000 -25,000,25,000 Ante

Rajneesh Kumar’s were up against Anuj Yadav’s queens. Kumar clipped a nine on the flop but Yadav’s higher pair kept him ahead through the runout, and that was the end of Kumar’s run in the High Roller.

Down to 33 Players...

• Level 15: 15,000 -25,000,25,000 Ante

We’re minutes away from the start of Level 16 and the field has narrowed down to the last 33 players. Recent eliminations include Ankit Bajaj and Siddharth Chaturvedi.

The blinds will now go up to 15,000/30,000 with a running ante of 30,000.

Rajeev Kanjani & Anujkumar Kodam Eliminated

• Level 15: 15,000 -25,000,25,000 Ante

Vivek Rughani opened and Rajeev Kanjani jammed . Action folded back to Rughani who called and completed a straight on the board to eliminate Kanjani.

Rajeev Kanjani
Rajeev Kanjani

On another table, Anujkumar Kodam has also busted.

Anujkumar Kodam
Anujkumar Kodam

Siddarth Singhvi Doubles Up Through Devang Yadav

• Level 15: 15,000 -25,000,25,000 Ante

Siddarth Singhvi open-shoved UTG for 205K with and action folded to Devang Yadav who called with . Singhvi rivered a straight to double up.

Siddarth Singhvi
Siddarth Singhvi

Some Recent Eliminations...

• Level 15: 15,000 -25,000,25,000 Ante

The field has whittled down fast and some of the prominent players to hit the rail are PokerStars India Team Pro Muskan Sethi and Vikram Reddy.

Muskan Sethi
Muskan Sethi

Chip Counts of Table 28

• Level 15: 15,000 -25,000,25,000 Ante

Table 28

Seat 1: Harshad Barve – 715,000

Seat 2: Rajat Sharma – 1,200,000

Seat 3: Sahil Agarwal – 575,000

Seat 4: Rahul Byrraju – 300,000

Seat 5: Vikram Reddy – 265,000

Seat 6: Somashekhar KM – 1,100,000

Seat 7: Tarun Shah – 325,000

Chip Counts of Table 30

• Level 14: 10,000 -20,000,20,000 Ante

Table 30

Seat 1: Aayush Garg – 1,300,000

Seat 2: Vivek Rughani – 1,100,000

Seat 3: Vaibhav Sharma – 470,000

Seat 4: Anuj Yadav – 790,000

Seat 5: Rajeev Kanjani – 375,000

Seat 6: Raj Kundra – 871,000

Seat 7: Anujkumar Kodam – 380,000

Down to Final 46 Players...

• Level 14: 10,000 -20,000,20,000 Ante

There’s been a slew of rapid eliminations and we’re down to the final 46 players. Some of the known faces who have hit the rail include former IPC champion and last night`s Kick Off runner-up finisher, Siddharth Mundada, and the recent Red Dragon Manila High Roller champion, Ankit Ahuja.

Siddhanth Kapoor Busted By Goonjan Mall

• Level 14: 10,000 -20,000,20,000 Ante
Siddhanth Kapoor
Siddhanth Kapoor

open-shoved from the cutoff holding and Goonjan Mall, who had Kapoor comfortably covered, came along with a call from the big blind with . Mall clipped a on the board eliminating Kapoor.

Mani Singh Eliminated

• Level 14: 10,000 -20,000,20,000 Ante

Mani Singh was down to his last eight big blinds. The player on the hijack opened to 61K holding pocket nines and Singh jammed with pocket treys. Singh was already on the brink and his opponent flopped a set to eliminate him.

The field is now down to the final 51 players.

Mani Singh
Mani Singh

Defending Champion Pranay Chawla Eliminated; Goindi and Rodrigues Out

• Level 13: 8,000 -16,000,16,000 Ante

The defending IPC High Roller champion Pranay Chawla had brought a stack of 324,000 to Day 2. Chawla was unable to spin it up and was eliminated right at the end of the day’s first level.

Some other notables who have hit the rail are Abhishek Goindi and Roshan Rodrigues.

Sahil Agarwal Doubles Up & Goes On to Bust Aditya Sushant

• Level 16: 8,000 -16,000,16,000 Ante

Sahil Agarwal’s pocket sevens got him a double-up against Aditya Sushant’s .

The two top pros came up against each other again a few hands later and this time it was Agarwal`s Vs. Sushant’s . Agarwal’s hand held through the board, ending the former WSOP bracelet champion’s run in the High Roller.

Aditya Sushant
Aditya Sushant

Sanjay Kumar Eliminated

• Level 13: 8,000 -16,000,16,000 Ante

Short-stacked Sanjay Kumar has been eliminated. Kumar was auto all-in from the big blind. Devang Yadav shoved with and the rest of the table folded. Kumar showed and wasn’t able to connect on the runout.

Rajnish Kumar Doubles Up Through Sanjay Kumar

• Level 13: 8,000 -16,000,16,000 Ante

Sanjay Kumar clashed with Rajnish Kumar holding pocket nines versus the latter’s . Rajnish hit three-of-a-kind jacks on the board to double-up.

Rajnish Kumar
Rajnish Kumar

 

Chip Counts

Rajnish Kumar – 570,000

Sanjay Kumar – 20,000

Two Players Still Not In

• Level 13: 8,000 -16,000,16,000 Ante

We’re 15 minutes into the first level of Day 2 play, and two players namely Roshan Rodrigues and Nathan Rao are yet to arrive.

Ankit Bhansali Eliminated

• Level 13: 8,000 -16,000,16,000 Ante

Ankit Bhansali’s were up against Ankit Jajodia’s . Bhansali needed and eight on the board but the runout didn’t bring any, eliminating him.

Day 2 of the ₹100K High Roller Begins!

• Level 13: 8,000 -16,000,16,000 Ante

It`s another eventful day at the IPC as the ₹100K High Roller plays down to a champion.

Most of the 58 Day 1 survivors are back in their seats are the cards are in the air!

Starting out as the chip leader is Raag Fernandes who has brought forward a stack of 1,356,000. Jai Saha (1,277,000) and Nathan Rao (994,000) are the next top stacks in the field. Defending champion Pranay Chawla also made the cut for Day 2 with a workable stack of 324,000.

The tournament logged in a record-smashing field of 210 entries, collecting ₹2.03 Crores in prize money. The top 24 finishers will min-cash for at least ₹1.88 Lakhs. And there is a mouth-watering ₹51.61 Lakhs reserved for the eventual champion and one of these 58 players will walk away with as much!

Play begins at the opening blinds of 8,000/16,000 and a running ante of 16,000. Stay tuned on PokerGuru for the end-to-end coverage of the event.

₹100K High Roller Begins!
₹100K High Roller Begins!

Start of Day 2 Chip Counts

TableSeatPlayerChip Count
29
5
Raag Fernandes
1,356,000
31
8
Jai Saha
1,277,000
31
4
Nathan Rao
994,000
29
6
Sahil Mahboobani
942,000
24
6
Nitin Gupta
929,000
28
5
Rahul Byrraju
915,000
31
6
Prem Amarnani
884,000
28
3
Rajat Sharma
864,000
30
2
Ayush Garg
855,000
29
7
Sriharsha Doddapaneni
814,000
30
7
Raj Kundra
814,000
25
4
Nadeem Basha
812,000
27
2
Goonjan Mall
789,000
27
7
Devang Yadav
775,000
25
6
Anuj Yadav
760,000
27
3
Anish Patra
754,000
31
1
J Raju
713,000
24
7
Arun Karthik
701,000
30
3
Vivek Rughani
651,000
31
3
Gaurav Sood
629,000
24
3
Arsh Grover
625,000
30
6
Rajeev Kanjani
601,000
29
4
Akash Shekhar
571,000
26
5
Pavan Jain
563,000
24
4
Anmol Srivats
544,000
26
3
Abhishek Goindi
542,000
29
2
Ankit Bajaj
538,000
26
6
Anil Adiani
516,000
26
4
Tarun Shah
486,000
30
4
Vaibhav Sharma
468,000
27
5
Sanjay Kumar
464,000
29
1
Jyoti Ranjan Nayak
440,000
28
1
Harshad Barve
413,000
26
7
Apoorva Goel
408,000
24
2
Siddhanth Kapoor
375,000
28
6
Aditya Sushant
369,000
29
3
Zarvan Tumboli
361,000
25
1
Kanav Parwal
361,000
30
8
Anuj Kumar Kodam
360,000
25
5
Vikram Donthi Reddy
354,000
28
7
Somashekhar KM
340,000
26
1
Kanishka Samant
337,000
31
5
Adit Bhatia
334,000
28
2
Roshan Rodriguez
330,000
25
3
Ankit Jajodia
327,000
30
5
Pranay Chawla
324,000
30
1
Ankit Ahuja
322,000
24
1
Rachit Parihar
298,000
31
2
Mani Singh
277,000
31
7
Yuvraj Singh
269,000
25
2
Muskan Sethi
240,000
27
4
Rajnish Kumar
231,000
27
1
Siddarth Singhvi
230,000
27
6
Neel Joshi
222,000
28
4
Sahil Agarwal
210,000
24
5
Siddharth Mundada
195,000
26
2
Siddharth Chaturvedi
183,000
25
7
Ankit Bhansali
183,000

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