Day 1 completed
The 30k Main Event at the IPC is down to its last 15 players. Play has been stopped for Day 1 and will continue this evening from 5pm onwards. PokerNews India will be back with all the action leading up to when the new India Poker Champion is crowned.
In the meantime, here are the chip counts of the remaining players. Husain Lakda is in the lead, followed by Aditya 'Intervention' Agarwal and Sikander Kher round up the top 3. We'll be back later with all the action. Until then...
|Amit R Jain||103,100||25,100|
In preflop action Rishi B moved all in 17300 and got called by Rohit Malu.
The flop made Malu bottom pair and gave him the lead. The turn put out a flush draw for Rishi B. However, the river made Malu a full house and he adds the remainder of Rishi B's chips to his stack as the latter busts.
In preflop action Manoj Singh raised it to 3500. Rajesh Goyal re-raised all in to make it 29200 total. Amit Jain makes the call and Singh folds.
Jain flopped top pair . No help on the turn or river for Goyal and he is sent to the rails.
Sikander Kher opened the pot for 3200 and got called by Rohit Malu. Dushyant Shekhawat moved all in with about 25000 chips. Malu called as Kher folded.
Malu flopped top two against Shekhawat's with the board showing and he shipped that pot, eliminating Shekhawat along the way.
A couple of hands later, Uri Yochelman moved all in for his last 3800 from the small blind. Sikander Kher raised that to 10800 from the big blind and the limpers got out of the way.
Kher flopped a full house against Yochelman's and the dealer completed the board with as Yochelman made his way to the exit.
Nikita S moved all in for 21400 and got called by Naveen T.
No Ten on the board which meant that Naveen T shipped that pot and Nikita S heads to the rails.
Rakesh Sharma opened the pot for 2800 and Anuruddha M moved all in. He had Sharma covered who made the call for the rest of his stack.
made Anuruddha M a rivered diamond flush to eliminate Rakesh Sharma from the proceedings.
Here are the biggest stacks at the end of the last level
|Amit R Jain||78,000||78,000|