Deltin Poker Tournament Aug’16 – 60K High Roller – Live Reporting

Rohit Tiwari wins the 60K High Roller

Level: 28 Blinds: 30,000/60,000/10,000IMG_4602 - Copy

After over half an hour of heads up battle, Rohit Tiwari went all-in int he last hand from Small Blind and Kim tank called to showdown:

Rohit: dkd10

Kim: h7h10

Board ran dqc8cjsqh3 giving the pot as well the trophy to Rohit Tiwari. Y J Kim bagged Rs 1,745,000 for hsi runner-up finish. Rohit Tiwari took home the top prize of Rs 2,770,000.

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880x90Keshav Chadha finishes 3rd for Rs 1,231,000

Level: 26 Blinds: 20,000/40,000/5000

Rohit Tiwari opens with 200,000 preflop and Keshav goes all-in with 600,000.  Rohit makes the call to showdown:

Keshav – cjhq

Rohit – sqdk

Board: h1h3c1d8c3

Rohit takes down the pot and Keshav departs in 3rd place bagging Rs 1,231,000.

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Heads Up with Adda52 pro Madan Kumar

Manpreet Chadha goes out in 4th place for Rs 925,000

Level: 26 Blinds: 20,000/40,000/5000

Manpreet opesn with 175,000 from Small Blind which Rohit Tiwari raise to 400,000. Manpreet moves all-in and Rohit makes the call.

Manpreet – s1cq

Rohit – skdk

Tables runs h7c5c8cjd9 giving Tiwari the pot and eliminating Mr. Chadha in th place.

Raghav Bansal finishes in the 5th Place for Rs 665,000

Level: 26 Blinds: 20,000/40,000/5000

In a preflop action, Raghav Bansal goes all-in for 600,000 and Rohit Tiwari makes the call. At showdown:


Rohit Tiwari:d10c10


Raghav gets eliminated form the 60K High Roller in 5th place

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Heads Up with Poker High Pro Clawin D’Souza

The Battle of Last Five

Level: 25 Blinds: 15,000/30,000/5000

Krishna SM got eliminated in 7th place with the prize money of Rs. 410,000 followed by Lawrence Melvin in 6th place taking home Rs. 515,000. Now five players are left on the final table, here are the chip counts:

Raghav Bansal:890,000

Keshav Chadha: 1,700,000

YJ Kim:1,030,000

Manpreet Chadha:1,125,000

Rohit Tiwari:635,000

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Raghav Bansal doubles up

Level: 24 Blinds: 12,000/2,000/4000

Raghav goes all-in preflop from the button with 430,000 and Kim makes the call. At the showdown:

Raghav: d5h5

Kim: cjdk

Community: c2d7s7h8d3

Raghav’s pocket fives survive to give him a doubled up stack.

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Hussain Lakda finishes 8th

Level: 24 Blinds: 12,000/2,000/4000

In a 3-way preflop all-in on the final table, Hussain Lakda got eliminated in the 8th place.

Hussain: c5d5

Rahgav: cjsj

Kim: cqsq

Table: dqd4h3c4s9

Kim took down the pot with set of queens and Hussain departed in 8th place.

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Monish Kumar Finishes 9th

Level: 24 Blinds: 12,000/2,000/4000

Krishna and Monish limp, while Keshav raises to 55,000 which Monish called going all-in.




Monish, an online qualifier form  got eliminated in the 9th place bagging Rs 255,000.

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Final Table Formed

Level: 23 Blinds: 10,000/20,000/3000

Vivek Rughani (11th)takes home Rs. 205,000 and Vaibhav (10th)Rs. 255,000.

After two back to back eliminations, we have reached to the final table. Here are the chip counts of the final 9 players on the table:

1.Manpreet Chadha:1,210,000

2.Keshav Chadha:1,159,000

3.Rohit Tiwari: 613,000

4.Raghav Bansal: 596,000

5.Lawrence T Melwin: 501,000

6.Hussain Lakdawala:395,000

7.Monish Kumar:343,000

8.Krishna SM:327,000

9.Y J Kim:185,000

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Anil Gulati (15th), Pranjal Batra (14th), Grish Sampath (13th) and Rahul Trivedi(12th)

Level: 22 Blinds: 8000/16000/2000

Anil Gulati, Pranjal Batra and Grish Sampath take home Rs. 155,000 each.

In a three-way pot,Vaibhav Sharma opens with Rs. 35,000 chips and Rohit Tiwari calls. Rahul Trivedi being big blind shoves with Rs.140,000 chips. Vaibhav folds and Rohit tanks for a while and calls.



The board comes asd8d2c3sjh5 and Rohit takes home the pot. Rahul goes out in the 12th place for Rs. 205,000.

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Rishab Chawla ( 18th),  Sameer Chaturvedi (17th) and Akhil Jain (16th).

Level: 21 Blinds: 6000/12000/2000

Rishab Chawla, Sameer Chaturvedi and Akhil Jain take home Rs. 103,000 each. After a few hands, they clashed with Akhil Jain and Monish Kumar. Akhil Jain with short stack goes preflop on him and gets called by Monish.



The board comes:h1s4s3c1d6

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We are in the money!

Level: 18 Blinds: 5000/10000/1000

After over a half an hour of hand for hand play, the money bubble bursted in 60K High Roller. Here are the key players leading with the chip count:

Keshav Chadha:980,000

Rohit Tiwari:771,000

Pranjal Batra:495,000

Manpreet Chadha:500,000

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Jason Gets Eliminated

Level: 18 Blinds: 3000/6000/1000

Jason went all- in with c10s10 and Keshav Chadha called with h4s4.

The board opens:h2dqhqh5h3

Keshav makes a flush and Jason gets eliminated.

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Full House vs Staright – Keshav Chadha the new chip lead

Level: 18 Blinds: 3000/6000/1000

In a big pot hand which shot up Keshav Chadha to the chip lead position, he opened with 12,000 and  Siddarth Singhvi flats. On flop s10sjhq, Siddharth checks again while Keshav bets 18,000 and Siddharth raises it to 40,000. Keshav calls to see the turn hj. Siddharth checks again  and Keshav bets 55,000. Siddharth goes all-in and Keshav calls.



River was a brick  and Keshav won the big pot with his Full House and now he is leading the field with 620,000

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Moves & actions at 60K high roller event of Deltin Poker Tournament

35 Players Left in 60 K High Roller

Level: 17 Blinds: 2500/5000/500

The high roller event, which resumed at 3 pm today with 50 survivors from the day 1 is down to 35 players. Here are the major chip counts in the field:

Pranjal Batra: 385,000

Girish Sampath:300,000

Manpreet Chadha:250,000

Gaurav Jain:245,000

Rishabh Chawla:233,000

Raghav Bansal:232,000

Krishna SM:211,500


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Vinay SK Gets Eliminated

Level: 16 Blinds: 2000/4000/500

In a preflop action, Vaibhav Sharma opens with 9,000 chips and Vinay shoves with 24,000 chips:

Vaibhav Sharma: c1hk

Vinay SK:d1d4


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Sameer Chaturvedi Doubles Up

Level: 15 Blinds: 1500/3000/500

The opponent opens with 7500 and Sameer shoves with 24,000 chips and the opponent calls. Sameer shows pocket Aces and the opponent shows pocket Kings. The board favors none of them and Sameer gets his stack doubled.

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50 players survive for Day 2; Prashant Tiwari leading with 210,000 chips

Level: 14 Blinds: 1200/2400/400

The Day 1 of 60K High Roller has ended with 50 players remaining in the field. Prashant Tiwari leads the Day 1 survivors with 210,000 chips followed by Manpreet Chada (203,000). Players will resume the action on Saturday at 3PM at blinds 1500/3000/500. Here are the tablewise chip counts:

Table 18:

  1. Vishrut Jain – 196,500
  2. Aman Dhamija – 54,000
  3. Akhil Jain – 50,500
  4. Vivek Rughani – 136,500
  5. Girish Sampat – 100,000
  6. Santosh Suvarna – 152,000
  7. Nilesh Singhvi – 70,000
  8. Anil Gulati – 62,000
  9. Manish Jain – 85,000

Table 15:

  1. Simon Mint – 98,500
  2. Jason Perera – 110,500
  3. Keshav Chadha – 72,500
  4. Aditya Agarwal – 59,500
  5. Krishna S M – 126,500
  6. Monish Kumar – 147,500
  7. Siddarth Singhvi – 192,000
  8. Lawrance Meazm – 107,000

Table 16:

  1. J. Kim – 142,500
  2. Sasi Kanth Koya – 83,100
  3. Lavsov Chautah – 179,000
  4. Phani Ramineni – 65,500
  5. Pavan Gorapati – 57,500
  6. Rishabh Chawla – 112,000
  7. Romit Advani – 65,000
  8. Manpreet Chadha – 203,000
  9. Vinay SK – 77,500

Table 19:

  1. Vaibhav Khanna – 123,500
  2. Rajat Jain – 50,500
  3. Vaibhav Sharma – 80,500
  4. Vineet Kumar – 33,000
  5. Rohit Tiwari – 56,500
  6. Raghav Bansal – 175,500
  7. Hussain Lakda – 76,000
  8. Abhishek Panda – 82,500

Table 14:

  1. Kavin – 89,000
  2. Mel Judah – 62,500
  3. Pranjal Batra – 49,000
  4. Zubin Panthaki – 84,500
  5. Himanshu sehgal – 17,000
  6. Sameer Tawanandi – 106,500
  7. Sameer Chaturvedi – 36,000
  8. Vasim Rozani – 110,000

Table 13:

  1. Karan Kakkad – 68,500
  2. Prashant Tiwari – 210,000
  3. Rahul Trivedi – 83,000
  4. Gaurav Jain – 186,500
  5. Hitesh – 150,500
  6. Basheer Gani – 99,000
  7. Sumit Sapra – 57,500
  8. Rajeev Kanjani – 89,500

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