Mukesh Surana wins the trophy of IPC 30k Big Game main event

Mukesh Surana Winner of IPC Big game Main Event

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Mukesh Surana wins the trophy of IPC 30k Big Game main event
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Mukesh Surana emerging as champion

Mukesh Surana toughed it out through a jam-packed field of 196 players and over 19 hours of gameplay throughout this 2-day event. That very first KO fired up Surana’s momentum and he was leading the charge all throughout Day 2 eliminating player after player. The player on the getting end was Neelabh Baranga, who had to make his method to the exit when Surana’s Ace pair beat him. In all, 13 players were eliminated prior to the very first break of the day and amongst the 23 that continued to be were huge stack Pavan Jain followed carefully by Mukesh Surana.

The 30k Big Game (Main Event) of the India Poker Championship (IPC) drew to a close late on Sunday night with Chennai’s Mukesh Surana emerging as champion. Surana toughed it out through a jam-packed field of 196 players and over 19 hours of gameplay throughout this 2-day event.

Aditya Agarwal was running red hot too making the huge moves and knocking out a couple of players himself such as the double removal of Jigar Patel and Sailesh Lohia with his pocket 1010. Karan Khushlani’s run for a 2nd IPC main event title was ruined by Dmitry Marhol, who knocked him out at the 17th position. The chip counts for the final table were led by Agarwal:

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The cash bubble burst soon after that very first break with Ujjwal Rana being the regrettable one knocked out by Naveen Valluri’s pocket Aces. Agarwal was running red hot too making the huge moves and knocking out a couple of players himself such as the double removal of Jigar Patel and Sailesh Lohia with his pocket 10s. Karan Khushlani’s run for a 2nd IPC main event title was spoiled by Dmitry Marhol, who knocked him out at the 17th position.

Chips Count

1. Aditya Agarwal – 631000
2. Jaideep Sajwan – 504000
3. Riyaaz S – 328000
4. Mukesh Surana – 326000
5. Vikram Kumar – 284000
6. Marhol Dzmitry – 272000
7. Pavan Jain – 232000
8. Danish Shaikh – 217000
9. Rajat Sharma – 141000

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