Pranay Mungekar Wins DPT 15K Deep Dive For INR 10 Lac!
And it is over! Pranay P Mungekar wins the DPT 15K Deep Dive NLH event. The player outlasted a strong field of 294 entries, which included many top pros and regs. Coming into Day 2 as the 6th largest stack, he played some solid aggressive poker and went on to eliminate several players during the day. At the FT, he scored his first elimination by busting Abhishek Sharma (8th place) and then went on to eliminate Anand Babu (5th place) to further extend his stack into 4-handed play.
Two levels later, he then busted Samit Mehta in 3rd place to take the chip lead into heads-up against Mitang Soni who fought well but could not go all the way, eventually finishing runner-up for INR 6,90,000. The last hand saw Mitang Soni shove for 2.8 million with Jh Qh and Pranay call with Ah 5h. The board ran 10d 9s 3d 6h 4h where Pranay sealed the win to earn his the title, the trophy and the top prize of INR 10 Lac. We congratulate Parnay, Soni and all the players who finished in the money!
Heads-Up Chip Counts – Pranay P Mangekar Leads
Pranay Mangekar 40,79,000
Mitang Soni – 33,43,000
Samit Mehta Finishes 3rd for INR 4,30,000
Samit Mehta from SB shoved all-in for 1500K holding Ks 9h and Pranay Mangekar from BB called with As Qh.
The board came down Ac 7h 9c 7s 5s where both players made two pairs but Pranay took it down with higher two pairs to bust his opponent in 3rd. Now it is heads-up between Mitang Soni and Pranay.
Neerja Pahuja Finishes 4th for INR 2,60,000
Neeraj Pahuja holding 5s 5h in UTG open shoved for 1.M and Samit Mehta in BB called with Kc Qh.
The board opened 4c 3c Jd Kd 10d where Mehta found a king on the turn to bust his opponent in 4th place.
Anand Babu Finishes 5th for INR 2,00,000
It was a pre-flop action where Anand Babu holding Ah 3h in CO shoved all-in for 400k and Pranay Mangekar called from BB with Qd Kh. The board brought Js Qc 5s 4d 5h where Pranay made two pairs with queens and fives to bust his opponent.
Shivam Shukla Busted in 6th Place for INR 1,67,000
Yet another elimination from FT comes in Shivam Shukla who pitted his Kc Qc against Ac Kd of Samit Mehta.
The board ran out Qd 4h 2d As Js where Mehta found an Ace pair on the turn to bust his opponent.
Akshay Ghori Eliminated in 7th place for INR 1,42,000
Pre-flop, Mitang Soni from SB shoved all-in for his 500K+ stack and Akshay Ghori from BB called for his last 210k.
Soni – 4c Kc
Ghori – Qh 7c
The board ran out 4h Qs 4s 6s Jd where Soni made trips with fours to bust his opponent in 7th place.
Abhishek Sharma Exits in 8th place for INR 1,20,000
Another elimination from FT comes in Abhishek Sharma. It was a pre-flop all-in with Pranay Mangekar shoving for 1.4M and Abhishek Sharma getting his 800k stack in with As 7d.
Pranay had Ad 4d and the board ran 6c Kc 3d 8d 5d where Pranay got runner-runner flush to bust his opponent. Sharma went out in 8th place earning INR 1,20,000 for his deep run.
Dheeraj Agarwal Finishes 9th for INR 1,00,000
Here comes the first elimination from FT. Dheeraj Agarwal pitted his Kd Jh against Jh Ah of Mitang Soni.
The board came down 4d Ac As 8s Js. Soni flopped nuts and then super nuts to bust his opponent.
Final 9 for the DPT 15K Deep Dive!
After Debayan Das going out in 10th place during level 23, the field is down to 9-handed final table. The below players have made it to the FT and each of them is guaranteed at least INR 1 Lac. However, they will have their eyes on the coveted title, the trophy and the top prize of INR 10 Lac.
Final 9 Players:
Payouts for final 9:
1st – INR 10,00,000
2nd – INR 6,90,000
3rd – INR 4,30,000
4th – INR 2,60,000
5th – INR 2,00,000
6th – INR 1,67,000
7th – INR 1,42,000
8th – INR 1,20,000
9th – INR 1,00,000
Debayan Das Busted in 10th Place for INR 86K
Pre-flop, Debayan Das pitted his Jd Jc against As Kh of Mitang Soni.
The board ran 8s Kd 2h 10s 4s where Soni clipped a king to best pocket jacks of Das.
Das got eliminated in 10th place. Now it is down to final 9 players.
Shravan Chhabria Finishes 11th for INR 86K
Shravan Chhabria shoved his last 116k stack with Qh 6c and Abhishek Sharma holding Kc 8h called.
The board ran 6s 8s 2s 9c 2h where both players made two pairs but Sharma took down the pot with higher two pairs.
Chhabria got busted in 11th place and he earned INR 86K for his deep finish.
Avinash Tauro Finishes 12th for INR 86,000
A short while ago, we saw another elimination in Avinash Tauro who pitted his Ad 9s against Qs Qh of Samit Mehta.
The board ran Kc Jc 9D 7c Jh where both players made two pairs but Mehta took down the pot with higher two pairs busting Tauro in 12th place.
Cyrus Sidhwa Busted in 13th Place for INR 74K
Cyrus Sidhwa from MP1 shoved all-in for 70k and was called by Pranay P Mangekar with Ac Ad.
The board ran 3d Qs Qd 6c 5h where Pranay made two pairs to bust Sidhwa in 13th place (INR 74K).
Karl Bhesania Goes Out in 14th place for INR 74K
Karl Bhesania from button shoved for 50k holding 8c 8s and was called by Abhishek Sharma in BB with 7c Kh.
Board – 7x 7x 5x 2x 9x
The latter made trips with sevens to best pocket eights and eliminate Karl in 14th place.
Saumil Krishnani Busted in 15th for INR 74,000
Saumil Krishnani from CO shoved all-in for 201k holdign 10h 10s and Debayan Das from SB called with Kh Qd.
The board ran out 2D Ks Qs 6h 6d to give Das two higher pairs to take down the pot and bust Saumil in 15th.
Varun Vohra Finishes 16th for INR 62K
A short while ago, we saw another elimination in Varun Vohra who pitted his 9s9c against AsKh of Shivam Shukla. The board gave Shukla two pairs with Aces and Kings to bust the Day 1 chip leader Vohra in 16th place (INR 62K).
Manish Gandhi Exits in 17th place for INR 62K
Neeraj Pahuja from CO raised to 50k and Manish Gandhi from BB shoved all-in for 450k, which was called by Neeraj.
Gandhi As Kc
Neeraj – Qs Qc
The board 4d 2d 9s Jh Qd gave Neeraj a set to bust his opponent in 17th place (INR 62K)
Amit Kumar Finishes 18th for INR 62K
The short stack Amit Kumar from HJ shoved all-in for his last 18k holding 9s 9c and Mitang Soni holding Kd Jc in button made the call.
Board – Ah Qs Jd 8d 10x.
Both players got straight but Soni took it down with a better straight busting Kumar in 18th place.
Kumar earned INR 62,000 for his deep run in the tournament.
Vineet Kumar Busts in 19th for INR 50k
It was a three way action, with Amit Kumar Sen shoving for 42k with 2c 2d and the short stack Vineet Kumar shoving for his last 21k for 6d 7c. It came to Varun Vohra who called all-in players with Qs Ah.
The board ran 8d 9d 8h 9h Kd where Kumar got busted. He earned INR 50K for his deep run in the event.
Vikas Shah Exits in 20th Place for INR 50K
In a pre-flop action, Vikas Shah in an effort to double up shoved his 250K stack and Pranay P Mangekar quickly called.
Pranay – Ad Kd
Vikas – 10c 10h
The board ran out 10d Qh Kc Ks As. While Vikas got a Full House, Pranay rivered a better Full House to bust his opponent in 20th place.
Radhika Shankar Exits in 21st Place for INR 50K
A short while ago, we saw the short stack Radhika Shankar bust from the tournament. She was the only female player making it to Day 2 of the event. Holding 6c 6h, she confronted with the bigger stack Manish Gandhi having Kd Qc in SB. Both players shoved all-in pre-flop and the board opened Kc 5h 8s Ad 3d where Gandhi spiked a king to bust Radhika in 21st place. Radhik earned INR 50K for his deep run in the event.
Jairam Parab Finishes 22nd for INR 38K
Shivam Shukla holding KxKs in UTG open raises to 45k and Jairam Parab from HJ tanks for a while before shoving all-in for 250k with 8d 8c. Shukla quickly calls all-in.
The board 4s Ac 7c Jh 6d misses both players and Shukla takes down the pot with his cowboys busting his opponent in 22nd place. Jairam earned INR 38k for his efforts.
Deepak Raina Finishes 23rd for INR 38K
Shoving all-in for his last 98k from button, Deepak Raina pitted his As Jc against 10c 10d of his opponent and could not improve his hand as the opponent flopped a set of tens on the board reading 10s 7c 5c 3c 8d. Raina got eliminated in 23rd place for INR 38K.
Rishabh Vekaria Finishes 24th for INR 38K
Pre-flop, Rishabh Vekaria shoved all-in for his 120k stack holding 3h 3d and was called by Neeraj Pahuja holding Ad Ac in CO. The board ran out 4h Jh 10s 8c 6c where his pocket threes could not hold up against Aces of Pahuja who took down the pot. Vekaria exited in 24th place for INR 38k.
Sangeeth Mohan Finishes 25th for INR 33K
Holding Ac 6s, the popular pro Sangeeth Mohan from CO shoved pre-flop for 160K and was called by the bigger stack Mitang Soni holding Qd Jh in BB.
The board 9c Ad 10h 7d 8h did give him a straight but Soni took down the pot with a bigger straight
ending Mohan’s run in 25h place (INR 33K).
Aditya Rawat Exits in 26th place for INR 33K
First Elimination of Day 2 comes in Aditya Rawat who had started the day as one of the shortest stacks. He was in BB and had called a shove from Chirag Agarwal from HJ with As Qs and could not best Ad Kc of Agarwal as the board did not help him to improve his hand. He exited in 26th place for INR 33K.
‘Shuffle-Up & Deal’ – Day 2 Kicks Off!
The cards are in the air for Day 2 of the DPT 15K Deep Dive, which will play down to the winner today. Players begin at 8k-16k and BB Ante of 16k. Stay tuned in for the live updates here!
Welcome to DPT 15K Deep Dive Day 2!
Yesterday saw Day 1 of the DPT 15K Deep Dive NLH and a total of 294 entries were registered on the day. Of those, only 26 players survived from the Day 1 and they will be returning to the felts shortly to battle it out for the title and the top prize of INR 10,00,000 here at the Deltin Royale, Goa.
Varun Vohra will start the day as the chip leader with a stack of 597,000. Mitang Soni (558,000) is second in chips, while Abhishek Sharma (514,000) starts third in chips. Some notables in contention include Shravan Chhabria (477,000), Avinash Tauro (216,000), Sangeeth Mohan (203,000) and Deepak Raina ( 148,000). Each of the players among the 26 runners is guaranteed at least INR 33,000, but they all have their eyes on the top prize of a hefty INR 10,00,000.
Yesterday, play was paused at level 19 and today players start from where they left off, which was level 19, with blinds at 8k-16k and BB ante of 16k. Today, play will continue until the winner is crowned. It kicks off at 2pm in a while from now and we will be here with you to bring live updates!