Paawan Bansal Leads 14 Survivors Into Day 3 Of The DPT 35K Main Event!
DPT 35K Main Event will see another champion as it is set to conclude today with India’s prominent pro Paawan Bansal leading the final 14 survivors into Day 3 of the prestigious tournament, which has attracted an impressive field of 448 entries generating a hefty prizepool of INR 1,50,03,520.
Day 2 of the event saw 152 contenders attacking the poker tables in an attempt to amass huge stacks and scoop up the top of INR 30,00,000. As Day 2 progressed, the field was gradually reduced to 14 contenders and it was Paawan Bansal who ended the day as the chip leader with a stack of 22,65,000. Currently ranked 7th in ‘India All Time Money List’ with $611,795 in total live earnings, Bansal is a highly talented pro and had finished 2nd in The CLOSER event of the WSOP 2018 to claim his career-best INR $378,765. The player who notched up multiple cashes at the 2019 WSOP has already won two prestigious poker titles under his belt and will be looking to add one more today.
Following Bansal in chips is Ankur Sehgal who eliminated several players towards the close of the day and amassed 19,45,000. Third in chips is Samit Mehta (14,35,000) and he is followed by Adda52 Team Pro Tarun Goyal (13,70,000). Here are the chip counts of the final 14 survivors:
Day 3 will play down to a champion today. Play resumes at 3 pm. Blinds will commence at 25k-50k and ante 50K in level 28. Each level for Day 3 will be 60 minutes. Each of the remaining 14 players is guaranteed at least INR 2,10,000 but they all will have their eyes on the top prize of 30,00,000.
Maulik Desai Exits in 15th Place for INR 2,10,000
The last player to get eliminated on Day 2 of the Main Event was Maulik Desai. The action started with Anmol Chawla from UTG who called the big blind for 40k and Maulik Desai from UTG +1 shoved all-in for 240k with 8s 6d. While everyone else folded, the bigger stack Chawala made a snap call with Ad Qh.
The board came down 5c Kc 2d 7c 2c where AQ of Chawla was good and he collected the pot busting Desai in 15th place.
PSL COO Abhishek Goindi Finishes 16th for INR 1,75,000
Abhishek Goindi was in the button and he shoved all-in for 500k holding As 10c. Ankur Sehgal was the only player who wanted to get involved and he called the shove from Goindi with Ah Qh.
The board ran 5d 7d 5s As 4c. While both players paired their ace on the turn, Sehgal won it with better kicker. Goindi was busted in 16th place and he earned INR 1,75,000 for his deep finish.
Matthew George Exits in 17th place for INR 1,75,000
Paawan Bansal busts another player, this time it is Matthew George who was in HJ and had shoved all-in for 500k with Jc Ah. Bansal was in the big blind and he mad the call with his 5d 5c.
The board ran Ks Kc 3 2s Qd where pocket fives of Bansal held up and he took down the pot busting Matthew in 17th place.
Aayush Garg Eliminated in 18th Place for INR 1,75,000
Pre-flop, Amit Kumar from MP1 shoves all-in for 120k holding Ad 10d and Sumit Mehta from SB raises to 300k with Kh Kc.The action reaches the last to act Aayush Garg in BB who shoves 700k stack with Kd Jh.
The board comes down 4h 9d Ac 9h 7h.
Amit Kumar makes two higher pairs with Aces and nines to win the main pot, while Mehta collects the side pot. As for Garg, he does not get any help from the board and gets busted in 18th place.
Akshay Jain Finishes 19th for INR 1,45,000
Akshay Jain from UTG open shoves for 230k holding Ac Jc and gets called by Paawan Bansal in BB who had 7h 7d.
The board runs 7h 2h 4s 9h 5s where Bansal flops a set with sevens to win the pot and bust Jain 19th place.
Raman Gujral Finishes 20th for INR 1,45,000
Anmol Chawla holding As Kc in UTG open shoves for 650k and Raman Gujral from BB calls for 100k holding 5c ks.
The board opens 2d 7c Jc 10c Ad where Anmol rivers a top pair with Aces to win the pot and bust Raman in 20th place.
Vikram Kumar Finishes 21st for INR 1,45,000)
A player in MP1 open raises to 60k and Vikram Kumar from HJ shoved all-in for 210k holding Ah 10d.
The player in MP1 gives it some thought before calling with his 5c 5h. The board runs 5c Qs 3d Qh 7s.
MP1 hits a full house and takes down the pot busting Kumar in 21st place (INR 1,45,000)
Sambhav Raj Eliminated in 22nd Place for INR 1,20,000
Punjab Bluffers captain Abhishek Goindi from MP1 calls the big blind for 20k and the short stack Sambhav Raj from button shoves all-in holding As 7h and Goindi makes the call with Js Kc.
The board comes down 8d 5c Ks 3s 4s where Goindi flops a top pair with Kings to best A7 of Raj and win the pot. Raj’s run eventually ended in 22nd place and he earned a good INR 1,20,000 for his efforts.
Aseem Jain Finishes 24th for INR 1,20,000
Ankur Sehgal eliminates one more player and this time it is Aseem Jain from UTG who open shoved all-in for 110k holding 2d 2s and Ankur Sehgal called from button holding Qs Qc.
The board ran 8s Ad As 8d 9s where Jain’s pocket deuces did not hold up and he was eliminated in 24th place for INR 1,20,000.
Two More Eliminations
Abhishek Sharma (25th for INR 1 Lac )
Sumit Navlani (26th for INR 1 Lac)
Deepak Singh Finishes 27th for INR 1,00,000
Ankur Sehgal is on elimination spree here! He busted one more player, this time it is Deepak Singh.
Sehgal raised it from the button and Deepak Singh from SB shoved all-in for 155k holding Kd Jh.
Sehgal gave it some though before calling with his Kc 5c. The board ran 2c 3h 8c 10c 4c.
While the board missed Singh, it gave Sehgal a winning flush to take down the pot and bust Singh.
Himanshu Chhikara Finishes 28th for INR 85K
Pre-flop, Rishab Vekaria from MP1 open raises to 40k and Himanshu Chhikara from HJ re-raises to 100k, which Rishab calls.
Flop 10c 9c 7h
Rishab bets 60k and Himanshu holding Ad Ah shoves all-in for 400k, which Rishab calls with 7s 9c.
The turn and river bring 4d and Kc.
Rishab flops two pairs with sevens and nines to best bullets of Himanshu who gets busted in 28th place.
Karan Mehta Finishes 29th for INR 85K
Ankur Sehgal eliminates yet another player, this time it is Karan Mehta who open raised to 35k holding Ac Qd and Sehgal re-raised it to 145k. Mehta shoved all-in and it was an easy call for Sehgal with Ad Ks.
The board ran out Qs 6s Kc 5s 10s where Sehgal flopped a top pair with Kings and took down the pot busting Karan from the tournament. Karan exited in 29th place, earning INR 85K for his efforts.
Two More Eliminations
30th Saif Syed (INR 85K)
31st Sachin Kurup (INR 85K)
Apoorva Goel Exits in 32nd Place for INR 85K
Apoorva Goel who was down to 190k stack pitted his Ah 7c against 9h 9s of Ankur Sehgal.
The board ran Qs 8d 7d 2s Kh where Goel did flop a pair with sevens but it was no good against pocket nines of Sehgal. Goel finished 32nd and earned INR 85K for his efforts.
Nikhil R. Finishes 33rd for INR 85K
Ankur Sehgal from UTG open shoved all-in holding 9D 9S and Nikhil R. in CO who had less stack made the call with 8c Jc.
The board ran Ah 8c 10h 3s Qd. While Nikhil did flop a pair of eights but it was no
good against pocket nines of Sehgal who won the pot and busted Nikhil in 33rd place (INR 85k)
Shambu Mandal Goes Out in 34th Place for INR 85K
Shambu Mandal was down to 70k stack and he pitted his pocket threes against Kd Qc of Samit Mehta
The board came down 3d 8d Qd Qd Qd, giving Mehta Quads to win the pot and bust Mandal in 34th place for INR 85K.
Vivek Rughani Finishes 35th for INR 85,000
Recent Eliminations (36th-38th)
36th Aksahy Kamdar (85K)
37th Kanav Parwal (70K)
38th Ankit wadhwan (INR 70K)
Padmendu Sachan Exits in 39th Place for INR 70K
Pre-flop, Padmendu Sachan from HJ shoves his 280k stack holding 9h 9s and gets called by Ankur Sehgal holding Kh Ks in button.
The board runs As 2s Kd 7c Qc where Sehgal flops a set of kings to win the pot and bust Padmendu in 39th.
Gaurav Gupta Finishes 40th for INR 70K
Pre-flop, Raman Gujral from MP1 open raises to 20k and Gaurav Gupta from the big blind shoves all-in for 26k holding 7h 3d. Raman gives it some thought and finally makes the call holding Qh Ah.
The board runs Ks 9h 6s 9s Jc where AQ was good and Raman took down the pot busting Gupta from the tournament. Gupta earned INR 70K for his 40th place finish.
Piyush Chtinish Finishes 41st for INR 70K
Pre-flop, Piyush Chtinish from button shoves all-in for 75k and gets called by Deepak Singh from BB.
Chitnis: Ac 4h
Singh : As 3c
The board runs 5c 6d 5s 4c 2h where Singh hits a straight to take down the pot and bust Chitnis in 41st place.
Piyush Goenka Eliminated in 44th place for INR 70K
Pre-flop, Piyush Goenka from UTG shoves all-in for 60k holding Ac Qd and gets called by Adda52 Team Pro Nikita Luther who had 8h 7h in button.
The board comes down Kd 9s 4s 8d 10d. Unfortunately for Goenka, he gets no help from the board and Luther pairs her 8 to win the pot and bust Goenka in 44th place. Goenka earns INR 70K for his efforts.
Ravi Priya Eliminated in 45th Place (INR 70K)
It was a pre-flop all-in action where Ravi Priya from UTG +1 open shoved for 230k holding As 7h and
Sambhav Raj who had Priya covered shoved behind holding Qc 10h.
The board brought 6x 5x Kx 10x 2x. While Priya did not get any help from the board, Raj paired his 10 on the turn to take down the pot and bust Priya who exited in 45th place for INR 70K.
Shashank Mengade Finishes 46th for INR 64K
Pre-flop, Shashank Mengade announces him all-in for 50k holding Kh 5h and Raman Gujral calls with 6c 6s.
The board comes down Ad 10s 4c 9c 4s where pocket sixes of Gujral hold up and he wins the pot busting Mengade.
Pratibh Saluja Finishes 47th for INR 64K
Anup Palod busts yet another player and this time it was Pratibh Saluja. Palod from HJ raised to 16k and
Pratibh Saluja from SB announced him all-in for 91k stack holding Ah Jh and Palod made the call with 5h 5d.
The board ran 5c 6d 8d 3c where Palod flopped a set of fives to win the pot and bust Saluja in 47th place.
Nisarg Parekh Exits 48th Place for INR 64K
Pre-flop, a player from MP1 raises to 17k and Nisarg Parekh from BB shoves all-in for 31k holding 6c 8c.
The MP1 makes the call with 7d 7d. The board runs Js 4h 5h 5s 3h where pocket sevens of MP1 hold up and
he takes down the pot busting Nisarg in 48th place. Nisarg earns INR 64K for his efforts.
Varun Vohra Finishes 49th for INR 64K
It was a pre-flop action where Varun Vohra from HJ shoved all-in for 40k holding 10h Jh and was called by Anup Palod button who had Ac Qh.
The board came down 5c 8d 7h Qd 5s where Palod made two pairs with five and queens to win the pot
and bust Vohra from the tournament. Vohra earned INR 64K for his 49th place finish in the tournament.
Eka Vedantham Finishes 51st for INR 64K
Pre-flop, Eka Vedantham from MP1 shoves all-in for his 96k stack holding Ah 4d and gets called by Amit Kumar holding Qs Qc in HJ.
The board runs out Jc 7sh 6s 10h 4h where Eka did pair his four on the river but it was not good against pocket queens. Eka exited the tournament in 51st place, earning INR 64,000.
Harjas Wadhwa Finishes 52nd for INR 64,000
In a pre-flop action, Gaurav Gupta from from button shoves all-in for 50k holding Jh Jd and Harjas Wadhwa who had less than 50k calls with Ac 7h, putting his tournament life at risk.
The board Js 4d 9h 5h 9c gives Gupta a full house to win the pot and bust Wadhwa in 52nd place.
Jayjit Ray Exits in 53rd Place for INR 64,000
Pre-flop, a player from UTG open raises to 18k. Jayjit Ray in SB shoves all-in for 40k holding 10s Ah, which UTG calls with Ac Kd.
The board runs Kh 9h Ad 7s 5s where the UTG flops two pairs to win the pot and bust Ray in 53rd place.
SOHAM PAL Finishes 54th Place (INR 64,000)
Anil Adiani from MP open raises to 18k and Soham Pal on button shoves all-in for 50k, which Adiani calls.
Adiani : Ah Kh
Pal : Ac Qc
The board runs Jh Jd 5c 10h 4h, giving Adiani a winning flush on the river to bust Pal in 55th place.
Adda52 Team Pro Kunal Patni Finishes 55th for INR 58,700
Adda52 Team Pro Kunal Patni was down to 12BB stack and he decided to open shove pre-flop from UTG holding Ah 10h and was called by Pradeep Sharma holding Jc Js in MP1.
The board Qx 3x 4x 6x 8x ran safe for Sharma and he won the pot with his pocket jacks, busting Patni in 55th place (INR 58,700)
No Bubble! 56th Place Payout (INR 58,700) Chopped Between 57th and 56th Finishers!
No bubble and it was chopped between the two players who held the same stacks during their bustout! The first player to fall among the two was Aastik Bhatia who was in HJ and he called an open raise by Paawan Bansal from UTG. A player from BB also came along.
Flop 7s 10c 9d
BB and Paawan from UTG checked and Bhatia shoved for 94k. While BB folded, Paawan called all-in.
Paawan: Jc 10s
Bhatia: Ad Ac
While Bhatia hit a set on the turn, Paawan rivered a straight to win the pot and bust Bhatia in 57th place.
The other player to fall in 56th place was Sunil Shah who open shoved from UTG holding As 5s and was called by Anmol Chawla who had Ad Qc. The board ran 3h 5c Qh Ah 7s. Both players got two pairs but Chawla took it downwith higher two pairs of Aces and Queens to bust Sunil in 56th place.
Both Bhatia and Sunil chopped the payout of INR 58,700.
Prizepool & Payout for DPT 35k Main Event
The Main Event has registered an impressive field of 448 entries across the four starting days (1A, 1B, 1C & 1D) and this huge turnout has eventually built a whopping prizepool of INR 1,50,03,520, which is to be shared by top 56 finishers. The winner gets a hefty INR 30 Lac, while min-cashes start from INR 58, 700.
1st – 30,00,000.
2nd – 21,00,000.
3rd – 13,80,000.
4th – 9,30,000.
5th – 7,10,000.
6th – 5,80,000.
7th – 5,00,000.
8th – 4,00,000.
9th – 3,00,000.
10th -12th -2,55,000.
13th 15th – 2,10,000.
16th-18th – 1,75,000.
19th -21st – 1,45,000.
22nd-24th – 1,20,000.
25th -27th – 1,00,000.
28th- 36th – 85,000.
37th -45th – 70,000.
46th 54th – 64,000.
47th – 64,000.
55th- 56th – 58,700.
Sanish Chhabra Busted by Ankur Sehgal
Pre-flop, Ankur Sehgal from button raises to 12k and Sanish Chhabra from small blind shoves all-in for 40k holding 10h 10d. Sehgal makes the call holding Qh Qs. The board runs Jc Jh 6h Qc 8c, giving Sehgal a FULL HOUSE to win the pot and bust his opponent from the tournament.
Sameer Tavanandi Busted
It was three-way action pre-flop where Sameer Tavanandi from UTG shoved for 60k, Vikram Kumar from UTG +1 raised it to 150k and Anmol Chawla from button went all-in for his 142k stack.
Tavanandi: 4c 4s
Kumar : Qx Qc
Chawla: Ad Ah
The board ran Jc Kd Ac 7s 8s where pocket fours of Tavanandi and queens of Kumar did not hold up, while Chawla flopped a set to win the hand. While Kumar chipped behind, Tavanandi got busted
Pratibh Saluja Busted by Anup Palod
It was a pre-flop battle between Pratibh Saluja and Anup Palod who open raised from UTG to 45k and Saluja from MP 1 shoved all-in for 130k stack holding Jh Jc. Palod quickly made the call holding Qc As.
The board ran out 6c 10s Qd 5d 5h where pocket Jacks of Saluja did not hold up as Palid found a queen on the flop and took down the pot with two higher pairs, thus busting Saluja from the tournament.
Apoorva Goel Doubles Up Through Ashish Ahuja
Pre-flop, Ashish Ahuja calls the big blind with 5k. Both UTG +1 and MP1 fold. Apoorva Goel from MP2 shoves all-infor 26k holding 5c 6c. Other players in the hand fold and Ashish makes the call holding As Jh.
Board – 3h Js 4c 7s Ad
While Ahish pairs both his Ace and Jack, Apoorva makes a straight to win the pot and he doubles up.
Lalit Nangia Busted by Raman Gujral
The short stack Lalit Nangia from MP1 shoves all-in holding 10h Jd and Raman Gujral from BB calls with Kd 4d.
The board runs Ks 9c As 4S Jd. While Lalit pairs his jack on the river, Gujral makes two pairs to bust him.
Sunil Saraf Busted by Sumit Mehta
Pre-flop, Sumit Mehta from CO open raises and Sunil Saraf from Button shoves all-in for 48k holding Ah 8s.
The rest of the table folds. Mehta calls with 10c 10h, which hold up on the rundown of 5c Jc 9h 4d 7s.
Akshay Kamdar Busts Tanay H.
Pre-flop, Tanay H. from CO raises to 9k and Akshay Kamdar from BB re-raises to 25k, which Tanay calls.
Flop Ks Qc Kc
Akshay from BB continues for 25k and Tanay shoves all-in for 60k holding Ac Jc and Akshay calls with Ah Qc.
The turn and river bring 9h and 7s.
Akshay takes down the pot with two pairs and busts Tanay H who was probably playing for a flush and unfortunately, he missed it as the turn and river did not bring any club.
Apoorva Goel Busts Two Players in One Hand!
In a three-way all-in action pre-flop, Shawn Chatterton from UTG open shoves for 27.5k with Ad 9d and Anubhav Deswal from MP2 shoves for 60k with Ac Qc and it comes to Apoorva Goel in CO who had both his opponents covered, he shoves behind holding Qs Qh.
The board runs 6h 8s Jd 2d 9c where Apoorva’s pocket queens are good and he wins the pot busting both his opponents.
Anik Ajmera Busted by Gaurav Sood
Pre-flop, Gaurav Sood from UTG open raises to 9k. Everyone folds until it reaches Anik Ajmera in SB who
shoves all-in holding Ah Jh. The big blind gets out of the way and it is back on Sood who calls all-in with 6c 6h. The board runs 5h 4c 2 3s 3c where both players get straight but Sood wins with a better straight.
Vikram Kumar Doubles Up Through Shivam Shukla
Pre-flop, Shivam Shukla from MP1 raises to 6.5k and Vikram Kumar from button shoves all-in for 81.4k, which Shukla calls.
Shukla 8s 8d
Kumar Kd Qs
The board comes down Qh Ac 10d 5d 2s where pockets eights of Shukla don’t hold up as Kumar pairs his queen to win the pot and double up.
Lokesh Budhiraja Doubles Up Through Anik Ajmera
Pre-flop, Lokesh Budhiraja from UTG + 1 shoves all-in for 30k and gets called by Anik Ajmera from button.
Lokesh: Ah 6s
Ajmera: 3s 3c
The board runs Ah 9s 9d Qd 10d where Lokesh takes down the pot with two higher to double up.
Sanish Chhabra Takes it Down
Pre-flop, Sanish Chhabra from MP1 bets 7k and gets one caller in Nisarg from BB.
Flop 8s 8c 3c
Both players check the flop
Nisarg checks and Sanish bets 3k, which Nisarg calls.
Both players check and turn over their cards.
Nisagar turns over Ah Qs, while Sanish tables 10c 10d and takes down the pot.
Vikas Hasija Busted by Ankur Sehgal
Vikas Hasija from UTG open limps, UTG +1 folds, and Ankur Sehgal from MP1 raises to 10k. After the other players fold till BB, it is back on Hasija who thinks for a while and finally makes the call.
Flop 6d 4c 5d
Hasija checks, Sehgal bets 20k to which Hasija then announces him all-in for 55k. Sehgal makes the call.
Hasija: Ac 2h
Sehgal: Qc Qd
The turn 8c and the river Jd go brick-brick.
The board blanks out and Sehgal’s pocket queens win the pot. Hasija gets busted.
Madhav Gupta Doubles Up Through Rohan Thakkar
A stalwart of the Indian poker industry, Madhav Gupta from UTG +1 open raises to 7k and Rohan Thakkar from MP2 re-raises it to 15k to which Madhav Gupta shoves all-in for his remaining 34.5k, which Thakkar calls.
Gupta: 2d 2h
Thakkar: Ad Jd
Board: 3c 10h 8s 9d 4h
The board bricks and Gupta collects the pot with his pocket deuces and doubles up to survive.
Sameer Tavanandi Busts Anand Babu
In pre-flop battle of the blinds, Sameer Tavanandi from SB got his stack of 60k in holding 3d Jd and
the short stack Anand Babu from BB shoved behind for his remaining 30k stack holding 9d Ac.
The board ran Ks Kc 6d Jc 5d where Sameer paired his jack on the turn and it was good to beat Ac 9d of Anand, who happens to be one of the early eliminations after Abhijeet Shetty who was the first to exit.
Shuffle-UP & Deal – Day 2 Begins!
The cards are in the air for Day 2 play. It kicks off at level 14 with blinds 1500-2500 and ante 2500.
Welcome To Day 2 of The DPT 35K Main Event
With all 4 starting days in the books, the remaining field stands at 152 hopefuls out of a total of 448 entries, easily beating the INR 1 Crore guarantee. Blinds will commence today at 1500-2500 in level 14. Day 2 starting at 4:30 pm will play down to the FT, which is set to start tomorrow at 3 pm.
Day 1D chip leader Tarun Goyal (293,200) will start Day 2 as the chip leader. Second is Day 1A chip leader MANOJ P M (284,300). Sunil K Shah from Day 1A is third in chips with a stack of (213,100). Following Shah are Deepak Singh (210,100) and Abhinav Jain (202,800). Other big stacks include Day 1C chip leader Rajnish Kumar (198,900), Rishabh Vekaria (196,900) and Maulik Desai (185,900).
Some big names in contention include Day 1A survivors – Raman Gujral (181,100), Anup Palod (171,100), Sahil Mahboobani (106,900) & Shravan Chhabria ( 68,400), Day 1B survivors – Adda52 Team Pro Kunal Patni (95,800) & Vivek Rughani ( 89,500), Day 1C survivors – Adda52 Team Pro Nikita Luther (145,600), Paawan Bansal (50,400), Madhav Gupta (41,300) & Romit Advani (21,600) and Day 1D survivors – Vikram Kumar (116,000), Abhishek Goindi (47,700), Zarvan Tumboli (36,600) and Nikunj Jhunjhunwala (22,700).
Full Chip Counts for the start of Day 2:
Table Seat Name Chipcount
13 9 AASTIK BHATIA 101,400
11 3 AAYUSH AGARWAL 63700
15 6 AAYUSH GARG 97,800
17 6 ABHIJEET R SHETTY 73,200
13 7 ABHIJIT SANYAL 166,800
26 8 ABHINAV GARG 110,800
16 2 ABHINAV JAIN 202,800
26 5 ABHISHEK GOINDI 47,700
17 4 ABHISHEK SHARMA 122,600
26 6 ADITYA J KULKARNI 59,000
15 4 AKSHAY GHORI 32,000
18 2 AKSHAY JAIN 70,200
24 7 AKSHAY KAMDAR 55,500
24 5 AMARENDRA SAHOO 49,300
24 4 AMIT KUMAR M 116,700
26 3 AMIT KUMAR SEN 53500
19 1 AMIT SUR 67,600
13 3 AMIT TEJURA 154600
19 6 ANAND BABU PALLIKONU 30900
19 8 ANAND BODKE 51,800
19 9 ANIK AJMERA 135,000
14 8 ANIL ADIANI 64100
26 7 ANIL SURENDRA SINGH 75,000
13 2 ANKIT WADHWANI 141,600
21 7 ANKUR SEHGAL 54,200
27 1 ANMALRAJ SINGH CHAWLA 134200
26 9 ANUBHAV DESWAL 63300
23 1 ANUP PALOD 171,100
14 3 APOORVA GOEL 77,400
15 9 ARCHIT KHANDELWAL 80,500
22 5 ARJANVEER S CHADHA 81,100
28 8 ARUN KARTHIK 31,600
27 9 ASEEM JAIN 96300
14 6 ASHISH AHUJA 67700
25 2 ASHISH MUNOT 95000
23 2 ASHRAF ALI 35,600
11 2 AVINASH TAURO 32100
14 5 BINIT SARAF 58,400
11 1 CHIRAG SODHA 93100
26 4 CYRUS NATERWALLA 139500
25 1 CYRUS SIDHWA 22300
22 1 DEEPAK RAINA 150,300
21 8 DEEPAK SINGH 210,100
22 3 DHIREN RUPANI 55,200
21 6 DR. YUVRAJ SINGH 66,500
17 7 EKA VEDANTHAM 83,300
11 7 GAURAV CHAUHAN 36,500
22 4 GAURAV GUPTA 89,900
22 9 GAURAV KALRA 95,100
19 3 GAURAV SOOD 146,400
14 4 GAUTAM SACHDEVA 100700
24 3 GUNEET KWATRA 144300
23 3 HARESH KUKREJA 57200
22 8 HARJAN WADHWA 96,100
19 7 HIMANSHU CHHIKARA 121,900
28 5 J RAJU 27,000
28 1 JAGAT BHANDARI 17,800
22 6 JAGMOHAN SINGH 58,700
27 6 JAIRAM PURAB 49,300
11 6 JAYJIT RAY 163,800
20 2 KANAV PARWAL 58,500
11 4 KARAN MEHTA 43500
17 1 KIRAN KUMAR 20,000
20 9 KRISHNA KUMAR M 62,700
20 1 KUNAL PATNI 95,800
18 3 LALIT NANGIA 149,100
19 4 LOKESH BUDHIRAJA 66,400
20 5 MADHAV GUPTA 41300
21 9 MANOJ P M 284,300
16 7 MANOJ PENTAKOTA 100,900
27 3 MATTHEW GEORGE 61,700
23 5 MAULIK DESAI 185,900
15 2 MAYANK AGARWAL 89400
24 9 MIHIR THAKKAR 33600
26 2 MOHIT GUPTA 51,300
15 5 MYRON PEREIRA 78,200
28 2 NAMAN KHETTRY 34000
25 3 NATESH SIRPAUL 57,300
13 8 NIKHIL R 88,200
17 8 NIKITA LUTHER 145600
28 7 NIKUNJ JHUNJHUNWALA 22,700
13 1 NISARG PAREKH 121700
11 8 OM GAHLOT 41,100
17 3 PAAWAN BANSAL 50400
15 7 PADMENDU SACHAN 71,700
27 2 PIYUSH BAID 13,700
16 4 PIYUSH CHITNIS 54,300
23 9 PIYUSH GOENKA 35,400
20 4 PRADEEP SHARMA 124100
13 1 PRANAY CHAWLA 68,200
23 4 PRATIBH SALUJA 172900
25 5 PRATIK AGARWAL 3,600
27 8 PRATIK MADEVIA 36,100
27 4 RAJ JUNEJA 12500
23 6 RAJAT SINGH DHINGRA 44,800
28 3 RAJESH SINGH 14,000
20 6 RAJNISH KUMAR 198900
18 1 RAMAN GUJRAL 181,100
16 1 RANDEEP LATHER 36,100
25 4 RAVI PRIYA 78200
18 8 RHYTHM MORE 152,900
21 2 RISHABH VEKARIA 196900
15 8 RITESH KHATWANI 57,300
20 7 ROHAN THAKKAR 132,700
27 7 ROMIT ADVANI 21600
25 6 ROSHAN BHARDWAJ 51,000
17 2 RUDRAMANI POKHREL 93,500
20 8 SACHIN KURUP 166100
24 6 SAGAR TUTEJA 84000
16 9 SAHIL MAHBOOBANI 106,900
22 7 SAMBHAV RAJ 78,300
19 5 SAMEER TAVANANDI 93200
24 2 SAMIT MEHTA 79100
17 9 SAMSHER S GANDHI 129200
26 1 SANAT MEHROTRA 101,900
23 8 SANGEETH MOHAN 96,700
13 4 SANISH CHHABUA 97700
11 9 SANJAY REDDY 47,500
28 4 SANKET ARORA 61800
16 8 SANTHOSH SUVARNA 88,200
18 6 SHAMBU MANDAL 83,900
18 5 SHASHANK MENGADE 147,500
14 7 SHAWN CHATTERTON 62,300
19 2 SHIVAM SHUKLA 157,800
17 5 SHRAVAN CHHABRIA 68,400
25 9 SIDDHARTH SINGHVI 140,600
14 2 SOHAM PAL 119,600
27 5 SOMASHEKAR K M 33,800
21 3 SUDHIR NAGARAJAN 72,300
20 3 SUMIT NAULANI 135100
15 3 SUNIL K SHAH 213,100
16 3 SUNIL SARAF 85100
18 7 SUNNY GHERWAL 76,000
21 4 SYED SAIF AHMED 125,200
24 1 TANAY HARGUNANEY 37,700
13 5 TARUN GOYAL 293,200
18 4 TARUN GUWALANI 21,600
25 7 TATHAGATA SENGUPTA 72,200
22 2 UDIT BAID 43,600
15 1 VAIBHAV KHURANA 68,300
18 9 VAIBHAV SHAH 36,700
14 9 VARUN GULATI 91,200
11 5 VARUN VOHRA 136,000
23 7 VENKATA ANNE 135,500
21 5 VIKAS HASIJA 71,700
13 6 VIKAS SINGH 122,800
28 6 VIKRAM KUMAR 116,000
25 8 VINOD HEGDE 77,700
16 5 VIVEK RUGHANI 89,500
16 6 YASHEEL D 117,700
24 8 YOGESH THAKUR 78,400
21 1 ZARVAN TUMBOLI 36,600