The series opener ₹5K Burn N Turn Event has culminated, crowing a winner in Anish Juwarkar. We had earlier predicted that Juwarkar would be a player to watch out for, and as it turns out, he was the last player standing from the starting field of 197 entries.
Juwarkar, who has been playing poker for over a decade now, had entered the final table as the short stack. Despite the tough odds, he put his 11 years of experience to good use and eliminated the likes of Niyut Shah, Dhaval Doshi, and Karan Mehta, en route to his heads-up showdown against Rajat Singh.
Once again, Juwarkar had started out on the back-foot at the start of the heads-up play. Still, he managed to make a comeback and whisk the chip lead away from Singh, ultimately claiming his first DPT Xpress title. This win comes as a redemption of sorts for Juwarkar, who had final tabled two events at the last DPT Xpress series in Goa!
When there were just five players left on the final table, the finalists had decided to strike an ICM deal. As per the deal, Singh assured himself the lion`s share worth ₹1.58 Lakhs. Dhaval Doshi (₹1.37 Lakhs), Clinton Fernandes (₹1.28 Lakhs), Anish Juwarkar (₹1.08 Lakhs) and Karan Mehta (₹98,200) divided the remainder of the prize money.
Despite the chip lead, Anish Juwarkar made an incredible comeback and following a well-timed double up took the chip lead away from Rajat Singh. Thereafter, it was a rather short-lived battle.
On the final hand of the tournament, Singh shoved with and Juwarkar called with .
A seven on the flop saw Juwarkar’s hand improve to a set, winning him the title and the DPT Xpress trophy!
Singh walked away with ₹1,58,800 for his runner-up finish, while Juwarkar took home ₹1,08,700 and the title!
Anish Juwarkar has taken over a commanding lead after doubling up through Rajat Singh. His cracked Singh`s with the rundown getting Juwarkar a turned straight!
Karan Mehta’s were outlasted by Rajat Singh’s pocket kings. The former received no help from the board and hit the rail in third place for ₹98,200.
With Mehta’s elimination, the heads-up play between Rajat Singh and Anish Juwarkar has kicked off with the former taking the lead.
Heads-Up Chip Counts
Rajat Singh – 1,735,000
Anish Juwarkar – 835,000
With the five-way deal in place, the eliminations have been coming in steadily. This time it was Dhaval Doshi who hit the rail in 4th place.
Doshi moved all-in with and Anish Juwarkar looked him up with . Two queens on the rundown gave Juwarkar the pot. Doshi goes home with ₹1,37,300, courtesy the deal.
The start of the final table chip leader, Clinton Fernandes, had become one of the shortest stacks at the table after he doubled up Rajat Singh a few hands ago. Unsurprisingly, he become the fifth player to hit the rail.
Fernandes shoved from the small blind for his last 175,000 with . Karan Mehta called from the big blind with . The runout gave Fernandes flopped pair of sixes, while Mehta rivered a higher pair of sevens, ending the former’s dream run in fifth place for ₹1,28,700.
Karan Mehta – 960,000
Clinton Fernandes – Busted
The nature of the fast-paced event and its accompanying high variance has resulted in the remaining five players agreeing to a five-way ICM deal. According to the modified payments, Rajat Singh locked in the biggest amount of ₹1,58,800.
Rajat Singh – ₹1,58,800
Dhaval Doshi – ₹1,37,300
Clinton Fernandes – ₹1,28,700
Anish Juwarkar – ₹1,08,700
Karan Mehta – ₹98,200
Rajat Singh is steadily building his stack and was once again seen doubling up his count. This time the victim was start-of-the-final table chip leader Clinton Fernandes.
The hand in question saw Singh shove with from the UTG and Fernandes called from the small blind with .
The runout missed both players and Singh’s higher pair won him the pot.
Rajat Singh – 744,000
Clinton Fernandes – 554,000
Dhaval Doshi shoved from the small blind with and Anish Juwarkar called from the big blind with . The runout gave Doshi a pair of jack`s on the river for a double up.
Dhaval Doshi – 568,000
Anish Juwarkar – 205,000
Clinton Fernandes opened from the cutoff for 120,000 and Sam Reddy made the call from the small blind, putting his tournament life on the line.
Even though Reddy flopped a pair of sixes, it wasn’t enough to crack Fernandes’ pocket aces. Reddy exited in sixth place for ₹38,000.
Rajat Singh open-shoved with . Sam Reddy, who was next to act, called with .
Singh flopped a pair of kings for a double up!
Anish Juwarkar shoved with and Niyut Shah called with less than 1 BB, holding . The runout saw Juwarkar flopping a set, eliminating Shah in 7th place for ₹32,000.
On the flop , Sharan Randhawa shoved from the small blind and Clinton Fernandes called from the middle position.
The turn and river were of no help to Randhawa and Fernandes’ flopped a pair of queens won him the pot. Randhawa was eliminated in 8th place for ₹29,000.
Niyut Shah limped from the hijack and Karan Mehta shoved from the button for 128,000. Shah called tabling . Mehta showed . The board ran and Mehta completed a queen high straight to get a double up.
Karan Mehta – 346,000
Niyut Shah – 110,000
The way the action is going right now, this FT could get done in record time. Two more players have fallen out and this time it was the lone female player on the final table, Dipika Agarwal, who won the 10th place payout while Anuj Laddhad finished 9th. The start of the final table chip leader, Clinton Fernandes, has once again pulled ahead after a momentary fall by winning this pot.
The raising war began with Fernandes opening. Laddhad shoved and both Agarwal and Fernandes called.
The board blanked out getting Fernandes the pot. He now has over 750K in chips!
Dipika Agarwal – 10th for ₹23,000
Anuj Laddhad – 9th for ₹26,000
This has been a tough tournament to cover given the non-stop action! Minutes after Juwarkar`s double up, it was Sam Reddy who was the short stack at the start of the FT, who doubled up through the chip leader, Clinton Fernandes!
The action saw Fernandes opening for 100K. Reddy shoved with and Fernandes who did not have to put much more in the middle, obliged and turned over .
There were no surprises on the rundown and Reddy doubled up!
Sam Reddy – 240,000
Clinton Fernandes – 400,000
The action has been extremely fast-paced so far and even on the final table we saw a massive hand play out just minutes into play. Anish Juwarkar shoved for almost 175K on just the second hand on the final table with pocket treys. Anuj Laddhad came along with a call with the cowboys.
The odds were clearly in Laddhad`s favor before the rundown saw Juwarkar catch lightning in a bottle. His flopped set won him a monster double-up!
The turbo-paced 5K Burn N Turn has played down to a final table in less than six hours! It is the local player Clinton Fernandes who is leading the final table with a massive stack of 534,000 with Anuj Laddhad (415,000) and Niyut Shah (298,000) carrying the next top stacks. While Laddhad is hot on Fernandes’ heels, Laddhad is a distant third.
Anish Juwarkar is perhaps the most experienced player on the final table and he enters the final table with a stack of 180,000.
The lone female player, Dipika Agarwal, was last seen cashing the ₹10K Kick Off at the 2020 Baazi Poker Tour (BPT) January edition, where she finished 18th for ₹30,400. She too starts the final table with 181,000.
Final Table Chip Counts
|Seat No||Player||Chip Count|
Clinton Fernandes is on a roll and soon after doubling up through Anish Juwarkar, he was involved in a hand that led to the elimination of Prashant Jain Bhutoria. Bhutoria’s pocket sevens were bested by Fernandes’ . The runout saw the latter hit a full house on the river, ousting Bhutoria in 11th place for ₹23,000.
Following Bhutoria’s elimination, the ten-handed final table was formed. We will share the final table chip counts shortly, so stay tuned!
Clinton Fernandes’ were pitted against Anish Juwarkar’s . The board gave Fernandes a straight on the turn, securing him the pot.
With the flop open , Chetan Jain moved all-in for 80,000 from the big blind. Anuj Laddhad called and tabled . Jain showed . Having flopped a pair of tens, Jain was a 75% favorite to take down the pot. However, the on the turn saw Laddhad take the lead. The river bricked for Jain who finished in 12th place for ₹23,000.
Niyut Shah opened to 60,000 from the button and Nikesh Loria called for his tournament life from the small blind.
The board bricked for Loria, resulting in his eliminated in 13th place for ₹20,000.
Two quick eliminations saw Prashant Chawda hitting the rail in 15th place and Surender Pal Nath quickly followed him out in 14th place. Both players locked in ₹20,000 each.
Sam Reddy jammed with only to run into Rajat Singh’s . The runout missed both players and Singh’s aces held, getting him the massive pot!
Rajat Singh – 300,000
Sam Reddy – 100,000
Surender Pal Nath’s seat at the table had remained empty for quite some time, resulting in him getting slowly blinded out. However, as soon as he returned to the table, he more than made up for it by quickly doubling up!
The action saw Nath limping in from under-the-gun and Nikesh Loria went all-in. Nath called for 60,300.
Surender Pal Nath
Nath rivered trip aces to double up!
Surender Pal Nath – 156,000
Nikesh Loria – 45,000
Pranav Agarwal and Akshay Gupta have become the first players to finish in the money, courtesy a double knockout scored by Anish Juwarkar.
Short-stacked Agarwal moved all-in for 30,000 with and Gupta re-shoved over the top with pocket fives. Juwarkar, without realizing that Gupta had also moved all-in (a thing he revealed after the hand had been played), called with .
Juwarkar’s flopped an ace pair, eliminating Agarwal in 17th place and Gupta in 16th place. Both players take away ₹18,000 each.
The money bubble has burst and it was Gaurav Gupta who ended up hitting the rail on the stone cold bubble.
The hand in question saw Anuj Laddhad making a 2x raise from the cutoff and Gupta called from the big blind.
Gupta checked and Laddhad shoved. Gupta called putting his tournament life at risk.
Laddhad, who had both flush and straight outs, rivered a flush, and Gupta had to don the unfortunate label of becoming the tournament bubble boy.
The money bubbled is looming overhead and hand-for-hand play has begun. 18 runners are in the fray and one more elimination is required for the money bubble to burst!
Harsh Tanna’s (suited) were defeated by Sam Reddy’s pocket eights, ending the former’s run in 19th place.
Krishan KA and Anuj Laddhad moved all-in preflop.
Laddhad rivered a set of fives, dismissing Krishna from the event. We are now just two places away from the money.
With the flop open , Karan Mehta open-jammed with from the big blind. Pratik Dhanuka re-shoved with from under-the-gun, risking his tournament life. The remaining two streets brought the and the and Mehta rivered three-of-a-kind jacks won him the pot, dismissing Dhanuka in the process.
Mayer Saul Penkar shoved from the cutoff with and Rajat Singh made the call from the small blind holding . The runout and was of no help to either player and Singh’s strong pair held on, sending Penkar to the rail.
Archit Khandelwal had an uphill climb with pocket fours against Dhaval Doshi’s pocket kings. The board bricked relegating Khandelwal to the rail.
Sneh Thakkar limped and Varun Devayya opened. Next to act, Niyut Shah jammed with pocket jacks. Thakkar called with . Devayya also called, tabling .
Thakkar’s pocket pair wins him the pot, eliminating both Devayya and Shah.
Dipika Agarwal open-shoved with and the action folded to Leo Soares who called with , putting his tournament life on the line. The board blanked out, eliminating Soares from the tournament.
Maurice Britto shoved from the button with . Akshay Gupta made the call from the small blind with .
Gupta found a pair of jacks on the turn, busting Britto from the tournament.
Akshay Gupta – 62,000
Maurice Britto – Busted
Chetan Jain’s went head-to-head with Rahul Trivedi’s . The board missed both players but Trivedi was the player sent packing!
It was three-way to the flop . Surender Pal Nath in the small blind checked. Maurice Britto moved all-in for 8K from the big blind. Sam Reddy came along with a call from the middle position. Nath called.
Akshay Gupta shoved UTG for 18K with and picked up a caller in Bonman Lang Lynden with . The rundown got Gupta a healthy double-up!
Akshay Gupta – 38,000
Bonman Lang Lynden – 70,000
Surender Pal Nath limped from under-the-gun and Akshay Gupta called from middle position. Dilip Kamat shoved from the cutoff for 16,000 and the other two players called. The board was checked down by both Nath and Gupta.
Surender Pal Nath
Gupta mucked his cards. Nath’s rivered two pairs won him the pot and Kamat was eliminated.
Two quick eliminations saw Abhishek Goindi and Aditya Wadhwani hit the rail in quick succession.
Aditya Wadhwani opened for 8,000 from middle position before Anish Juwarkar moved all-in for 37,600 behind him. Wadhwani called and turned over the . Juwarkar showed . The board bricked and Juwarkar’s pocket rockets held, giving him a double up.
Anish Juwarkar – 81,200
Aditya Wadhwani – 16,400
Short-stacked Vikaash Shah shoved with and Pawan Jaiswal came along with a call holding the . The community cards revealed and Jaiswal hit the nut straight on the turn, busting Shah from the series-opener!
In a pre-flop all-in showdown it was Vijay Kochar`s against Gaurav Gupta`s
Gupta rivered a straight to win the pot, eliminating Kochar in the process.
Aman Jaiswal has become the latest player to hit the rail by the hands of Arzoo Jiwani.
The player in the hijack (HJ) limped and Himanshu Chhikara raised to 7,000 from the cutoff. Anuj Laddhad shoved from the small blind and HJ got out of the way. Chhikara called, putting his tournament life at risk.
While Chhikara hit a pair of queens on the turn, it wasn’t enough against Laddhad’s flopped set of tens, ending the former’s run in the event.
Anuj Laddhad – 83,000
Himanshu Chhikara – Busted
The player in middle position (MP) limped and Harsh Tanna led out for 4,000. Ramesh Rao Thotapalli shoved from the big blind for 23,000, holding pocket jacks. MP folded, and Tanna called with pocket kings.
Tanna, who had the , hit a one card flush to oust Thotapalli from the competition.
The payouts for the first event of the 2020 DPT Xpress February edition, the ₹5K Burn N Turn, has been announced. The top 17 places are assured a min-cash of ₹18,000, while the eventual champion is expected to walk away with ₹2.60 Lakhs up top!
|10th - 12th||₹23,000|
|13th - 15th||₹20,000|
|16th - 17th||₹18,000|
We got to the action just in time to see Abhinav Garg shoving all-in with and Pawan Jaiswal tank-called showing . The runout saw Jaiswal river a straight, sending Garg to the rail.
Pawan Jaiswal – 70,000
Abhinav Garg – Busted
Kshitij Bordia’s pocket eights squared off against Sam reddy’s pocket jacks. The board ran and Reddy’s hand held, eliminating Bordia.
With the end of the late registration, the total number of entries stands at 197, which includes 94 unique entries, 41 re-buys, and 62 add-ons.
A little while after Kat De Sol was eliminated, her partner and Business Head of Poker at Delta Corp, Manish Adnani, was also seen departing from the tournament area!
Kat De Sol’s were up against Prashant Jain Bhutoria’s . The rundown brought and Bhutoria turned a queen high straight, eliminating De Sol.
Prashant Jain Bhutoria – 49,000
Kat De Sol – Busted
Harsh Tanna – 68,000
Archit Khandelwal – 55,000
Chetan Jain – 41,000
Chirag Sodha – 40,000
Aditya Wadhwani – 40,000
Nikunj Doshi – 39,000
Kat De Sol – 38,000
Gaurav Gupta – 34,000
Anish Juwarkar – 33,000
Radhika Shankar – 30,000
Himanshu Chhikara – 30,000
Arzoo Jiwani – 28,000
Manish Adnani – 27,000
Banmalang Lynden – 26,000
Prashant Jain Bhutoria – 25,000
Sunil Saraf – 24,500
Dipika Agarwal – 21,000
The first 15-minute break of the night is underway. Late registration will remain open till the start of Level 9 and players also have the chance to secure add-ons during this time.
We will bring you an assorted list of chip counts shortly, so stay tuned!
When we reached the table, three players were on their backs.
Jiwani scored an eight-high straight, getting himself a huge triple up.
Arzoo Jiwani – 15,500
Sunil Saraf – 7,100
Himanchu Chhikara – 3,500
Manish Adnani’s locked horns with Aishwarya Khurana’s . Khurana was a 65% favourite to take down the pot preflop, however, the runout changed the tide in Adnani’s favour. The latter rivered two pairs to secure the double bringing Khurana down to 1.5 BBs.
Manish Adnani – 13,000
Aishwarya Khurana – 2,000
Khurana was seen leaving the table a little while later and she has confirmed that she will not be re-buying.
Anish Kumar pitted his against Rajeev Sachdeva’s . The community cards read and Sachdeva’s pocket queens held, dismissing Kumar from the event. The latter still has the option to re-buy.
Rajeev Sachdeva – 23,000
Anish Kumar – Busted
Radhika Shankar – 60,000
Karan Mehta – 48,000
Chetan Jain – 32,000
Vivek Karwa – 19,850
Sam Reddy – 18,000
Archit Khandelwal – 17,500
Aditya Wadhwani – 16,000
Chirag Sodha – 13,000
Gaurav Gupta – 12,000
Dipika Agarwal – 10,900
All-in showdowns are all that we have seen these last 2 levels and yet again in a pre-flop all-in showdown, it was Ashwin Debbadi`s against Karan Mehta`s .
Karan Mehta – 48,000
Ashwin Debbadi – Busted
Hardik Shah jammed with and Akash Raikwar looked him up with pocket jacks. The runout saw Shah’s hand improve to two pairs of aces and nines on the turn, getting him the double up.
Hardik Shah – 26,000
Akash Raikwar – 2,500
The fast-paced action of the series-opener ₹5K Burn N Turn saw two more runners hitting the rail, namely Arzoo Jiwani and Anish Juwarkar. While Jiwani re-bought into the event, we are unsure whether Juwarkar has done the same.
Pranay Birla limped from the middle position and Sunil Saraf shoved for 3,750 from the big blind. Birla called tabling and Saraf showed .
The runout missed both players and Saraf’s king-high kicker won him the pot, drastically reducing Birla’s stack.
Sunil Saraf – 8,000
Pranay Birla – 3,400
Not surprisingly, Birla was eliminated on the very next hand.
Himanshu Chhikara limped from the middle position for 400 and Pratik Joshi shoved from the seat next to him for 600. Archit Khandelwal, who was in the cutoff, raised to 1,200 and Chhikara called. The flop fell and Chhikara checked, while Khandelwal led out for 700. Chhikara called to see the turn . Chhikara checked yet again and Khandelwal fired a bet of 1,700. Chhikara raised to 6,000, forcing Khandelwal to fold his hand.
Joshi was in the lead with his pocket tens and the river was inconsequential, giving Joshi got a much-needed triple up.
Himanshu Chhikara – 16,000
Pratik Joshi – 2,400
We reached the table when two players were on their backs.
Choudhary paired his nine on the turn, eliminating Pande who immediately made a re-buy!
Its just the start of Level 4 and we already have 75 entries in the field, along with 7 re-buys. Among the notables who recently joined the action are the likes of Prashant Jain Bhutoria, Archit Khandelwal and Chirag Sodha.
Meanwhile, Pratik Dhanuka was recently eliminated.
This is turning out to be a shove fest and the last player to hit the rail was Akshay Gupta. He moved all-in from the cutoff with pocket aces and got lucky as Varun Devvayya picked up cowboys in the big blind and made the call. The luck was short-lived as the board brought the to get Devvaya a full house!
Gupta was forced to ask for a rebuy!
Avinash Sharma opened to 2,500 and Aditya Wadhwani moved all-in for 7,000, holding . Sharma called with pocket jacks.
Wadhwani spiked an ace on the turn to send Sharma to the rail. Sharma confirmed that he will be re-buying soon.
Aditya Wadhwani – 20,000
Avinash Sharma – Busted
The fast structure has resulted in a quick volley of eliminations all across the poker room. One of the most prominent such hand saw two players falling at the same time to Syed Fasiuddin, making him one of the top stacks in the field.
The action saw Fasiuddin opening for 500 from the middle position. Kat De Sol made the call from the hijack before Deen Bandhu Agarwal moved all-in for 4K from the small blind. Both Fasiuddin and Sol made the call to see the flop open . Both checked through to the turn . Fasiuddin jammed putting Sol on a decision. She had just 900 behind and made the call.
Kat De Sol
Deen Bandhu Agarwal
Fasiuddin was the frontrunner to win the pot and with the river bringing the , both Sol and Agarwal were relegated to the rail!
Syed Fasiuddin – 19,900
Kat De Sol – Busted
Deen Bandhu Agarwal – Busted
On the board reading , Chetan Jain fired a bet of 6,000 and Pratik Agarwal called.
Chetan Jain (off-suit)
Agarwal hit a full house on the river to win the pot, crippling Jain in the process.
Pratik Agarwal – 24,000
Chetan Jain – 650
Jain was eliminated in the very next hand. However, with late registration open till the start of Level 9, Jain still has the option to re-buy into the event.
Short-stacked Akshay Gupta has just won himself a much needed double up! He was all-in for 2,250 with against Deen Bandhu Agarwal`s . The board ran getting Gupta the pot!
H. Kumar checked the flop from the small blind. The big blind (BB) bet 1,000. Abhinav Garg, who was in the middle position, called, along with the player in the cutoff (CO). Kumar also called to see the turn . Kumar and BB checked while Garg led out for 3,000. CO folded and Kumar called, prompting BB to get out of the way. The river brought the and Kumar checked. Garg bet 3,000 and Kumar called.
Garg rivered three-of-a-kind queen’s won him the pot!
Abhinav Garg – 22,000
H. Kumar – 2,400
Harsh Tanna led out for 4,900 on the board and Ashwin Debbadi shoved for 6,125. Tanna snap-called, tabling and Debbadi revealed . The on the river completed the board and Tanna’s ace kicker won him the pot, eliminating Debaddi in the process. He was seen immediately walking over to the registration counter to re-buy.
With the community cards open , Aman Gupta jammed with for 4,225. Vivek Anand called and mucked, giving Gupta an early double up.
Aman Gupta – 19,000
Vivek Anand – 4,550
In the very first knockout of the day, Deepak Raina was seen departing from the table. We reached the action with the board open . Raina’s were up against Rajat Singh’s . Singh was already in the lead with a turned Broadway straight, and the river was of no help to Raina. The latter confirmed that he will be making a re-buy shortly.
The ₹5K Burn N Turn Event is now underway and right off the starting blocks we have 39 entries in the field. The known faces include the likes of Kat De Sol, Dipika Agarwal, Deepak Raina, Vivek Karwa, Anish Juwarkar and Ramesh Rao Thotapalli.
Due to some unforeseen feeder-related issues, the start time of the series-opener ₹5K Burn N Turn Event has been delayed to 6.20 PM.
Its almost time for the series opener of the 2020 DPT Xpress February edition, ₹5K Burn N Turn Event, to commence. The registration counter is already buzzing with activity and notable players like Vivek Karwa, star poker commentator Aditya Wadhwani, Anmol Rak Singh, inaugural Burn N Turn Event champion from 2018 Vivek Anand Baskey, Chetan Jain, Gaurav Gupta and poker mom Radhika Shankar, have already booked their seats. The action will kick off in just a few minutes, so stay tuned as PokerGuru brings you all the nail-biting action, live from the luxurious Casino Deltin Royale!
Since last year, the live poker scene in Goa has grown by leaps and bounds. Earlier this year, the Baazi Poker Tour (BPT) and India Poker Championship (IPC) returned with their recently revived series.
Deltin Poker Tournament, on the other hand, has been flourishing in the coastal state for some time now. In this time, the DPT has worked up quite the reputation for itself and has even branched out to offer sub-brands (other live events) that cater to players of different stakes. While the original DPT series is aimed at the mid-to-high stakes players, the DPT Colossal has been curated for the high stakes players.
The DPT Xpress is a one of its kind series that caters to the low-to-mid stakes players and is ideal for newbies looking to get a taste of the live poker scene. Previously hosted in Casino Deltin Denzong in Sikkim, the series shifted base to Goa (Deltin JAQK) last year and immediately witnessed a spike in attendance.
In fact, the last edition was by far the most successful outing for the series thus far, with the ₹15K Main Event recording its largest-ever field of 205 entries. Seasoned pro Anant Purohit claimed his career-first live title for the shipping the event for ₹7.40 Lakhs.
The series-opener last year had pulled in an impressive 303 entries and was championed by Aditya Sardana for ₹3.65 Lakhs.
2019 DPT Xpress June Edition List of Winners
|₹15K Main Event||Anant Purohit||₹7.40 Lakhs|
|₹10K Bounty||Pawan Jaiswal||₹2.40 Lakhs|
|₹5K Burn N Turn Event||Aditya Sardana||₹3.65 Lakhs|
|₹10K Tag Team Event||Pratibh Saluja and Adarsh||₹1.10 Lakhs|
“India’s Most Buzzing Poker Tournament” is back for its fourth edition and, for the very first time, will be hosted on-board the deluxe Casino Deltin Royale. The series will kick off with the ₹5K Burn N Turn Event at 6 PM later today!
Aimed to encourage participation among recreational players, the first DPT Xpress of 2020 is a fast-paced series. The ₹5K Burn N Turn Event comprises of 15-minute blind levels and will offer players a starting stack of 10,000 (Add-on: 20,000). Late registration will close at the start of Level 9, at approximately 8.15 PM. This will also signal the end of the add-on period.
The blind structure for today’s event is as follows:
|Level||Small Blind||Big Blind|
|15 Minutes Break and End of Late Registration & Add-on Period|
|15 Minutes Break|
2020 DPT Xpress February Edition Complete Schedule
|Date||Event||Time||Start Bank||Entry (₹)||Level Duration|
|February 27, Thursday||₹5K Burn N Turn (RE/ A)||6 PM||10,000||₹4,750+₹250||15 mins|
|February 28, Friday||₹10K Bounty (1RE)||5 PM||15,000||₹4,750+₹250+₹5,000||20 mins|
|February 29, Saturday||DPT Xpress ₹15K Main Event (2RE) Day 1||5 PM||20,000||₹14,500+₹500||30 mins|
|March 1, Sunday||DPT Xpress ₹15K Main Event Day 2||3 PM||NA||NA||30 mins|
|March 1, Sunday||₹10K DeepStack Turbo||5 PM||25,000||₹9,750+₹250||15 mins|
PokerGuru is will be present at the venue and will bring all the exciting action, blow-by-blow, so stay tuned!