Day 1 completed
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Day 1 completed
From the small blind, Vidur Sethi min-raises to 20000 and his opponent Shyam Shahani put him all in for all his chips. Sethi made the call and tabled big slick and was behind Shahani's Cowboys .
No Aces on the board meant that Shahani's Kings held and he takes down the second event of the Golden Aces Poker League's Season Finale. He bested a field of 40 players to take down the lion's share of the prizepool. PokerNews India would like to congratulate all of tonight's money finishers.
We will be back tomorrow night with the exclusive coverage of the 25k Super Deep Stack Main Event. Until then...
Adding the whole of Rakesh Kant's stack to his own proved no good for Vidur Sethi as even after grinding for almost 8 hours, Sethi found himself having caught a case of second best.
Sethi's big slick didn't catch a bullet against his opponent Shyam Shahani's Cowboys and he gets knocked out as the 2nd place finisher at the Golden Aces Poker League Ten plus Five Bounty event.
Rakesh Kant matched from the small blind and Vidur Sethi moved all in. He had Kant covered who made the call for his remaining chips.
No suck outs on the board meant that Kant's long grind at the Ten plus Five Bounty event ends in a 3rd place finish.
From the cutoff, Vikramaditya Chawla moved all in holding and got called by Shyam Shahani from the button who had as the blinds got out of the way.
on the board wasn't what Chawla was looking for and he busts out of the Ten plus Five Bounty in 4th place, just inside the money.
The bubble was set at 5th place with the top 4 players making the money in tonight's event.
Deepak Rao found himself on the wrong side of that line and he lost his stack in back to back hands.
In the first one, Shyam Shahani moved all in and Deepak Rao made the call, who had Shahani covered.
Rao was in good shape against Shahani's . The flop kept Rao in the lead, however the turn made Shahani a set. No King on the river meant that Shahani got a huge double up and Rao was down to just about 4 big blinds.
In the very next hand, Rao shoved his remaining stack of 17700 into the middle and got called by Rakesh Kant. Rao was trailing Kant's .
No help on the board for Rao meant that he is tonight's bubble boy. All the remaining players are now in the money.