The Deltin Poker Tournament Colossus Super High Roller series was only left event to crown a winner. The ₹200K Main Event concluded and taking the top honors at the event was the India’s Aditya Agarwal. He bagged ₹31 Lakhs for his win. Presently, he is ranked on India All Time Money List.
Agarwal entered the Main Event late on Day 2 and enjoyed an exceptional run at the felts to make it all the way to final table with the second largest stack. The PokerStars Team pro dominated the final table, bringing about the eliminations of Kunal Patni and Pradeep Sharma to come up against another seasoned pro and Jasven Saigal in the heads-up confrontation. Saigal also had a remarkable journey on the final table. At the start of the day, he was the shortest stack, but played in a resilient and disciplined way, all the while steadily building his stack. He eliminated Madan Kumar and Alok Birewar, before the heads-up duel with Agarwal.
Saigal faced a chip deficit of 3:2 at the start of the heads-up, eventually he took the chip lead away from Agarwal. Saigal was gunning for a fourth DPT title, but it was not meant to be. Following a short break for a possible deal discussion, Agarwal made quick work of his opponent, whisking the title away from Saigal and collecting ₹31 Lakhs in the process. Saigal walked away with ₹20 Lakhs for finishing second.
The Main Event kicked off on 3rd May and registered a turnout of 42 entries after late registrations closed at the end of level 13 on Day 2. Following eight levels of play on the second day, the field further whittled down to the eight-handed final table.
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