Welcome To The Live Coverage of Adda52 Colossus 200K High Roller Day 2

Welcome To The Live Coverage of Adda52 Colossus 200K High Roller Day 2

Siddhanth Kripalani Champions Adda52 Colossus 200K Highroller for INR 45.28 Lac!

Level: 24

Blinds: 30k-60k

BB Ante: 60k

Finally, it is all over! The MTT beast Siddhanth Kripalani champions the Adda52 Colossus 200K High Roller. He overcame a star-studded field of 69 entries to win the title for a whopping INR 45,28,000.

He entered the final table as the chip leader and eliminated 6 out of the 8 players on the final table. He first busted Spartan Poker Pro Nikita Luther (8th) and then sent Adda52 Game Ambassador Kunal Patni to the rail in 7th place. He continued his domination and went on to bust Roshan Bhardwaj (5th), Vaibhav Sharma (4th) and Santosh Kumar (3rd) before entering the heads-up with Aditya GS.

The heads-up began with Kripalani (45.20 Lac) holding massive chip lead over Aditya (23.80 Lac). While Aditya played well, Kripalani did not let him to gain the control and eventually busted him in the second place. The final hand of the dual saw Siddhanth with As 10d and Aditya with 7c 8c. 

There were 69 Lac chips in play on the final hand. Siddhanth from button went all-in and Aditya from BB called for a 5.50 Lac stack. The board ran out 10s 9c 5c Ah Ad, giving the Siddhanth a winning full house. Aditya who put up a good fight had to settle for the runner-up payout worth INR  25,87,500.

Siddhanth Kripalani Extends His Lead

Level: 24

Blinds: 30k-60k

BB Ante: 60k

Siddhanth Kripalani started the heads-up as a massive chip  leader and continues to hold on to his chip lead. A short while ago, he further extended his lead by winning a pot against Aditya GS.

From button, Siddhanth raised to 150k and Aditya called.

The flop came down 10h 9h 5c. Both players checked the flop.

The dealer brought 9c on the turn. Kripalani checked and Aditya bet 105k, which Kripalani called.

The river came down 3s.

Again, Kripalani checked, Aditya bet 175k and Kripalani made it 700k, forcing Aditya to fold.

Heads-Up For The Title

Finally, the field has whittled down to the heads-up with Santosh Kumar exiting in 3rd place.

The heads-up will take place between Siddhanth Kripalani and Aditya GS with the former holding a massive chip lead (45.20 Lac chips) over his opponent Aditya GS (23.80 Lac chips). 

Heads-up Chip Counts:

Siddhanth Kripalani – 45.20 Lac

Aditya GS – 23.80 Lac

Santosh Kumar Finishes 3rd for INR 15,85,000

Level: 23
Blinds: 20k-40k
BB Ante: 40k

It was a pre-flop where Santosh Kumar from button open-shoved for 340k.

The small blind Siddhanth Kripalani folded and Aditya GS from big blind called.

Santosh: 8h 8d
Aditya: Qh Qc
Board: 5s Kd 10d 9d 6s  

Pocket queens held up and Santosh fell out in 3rd, good for INR 15,85,000.

Vaibhav Sharma Finishes 4th for INR 11,32,000

Level: 22
Blinds: 15k-30k
BB Ante: 15k-30k

Pre-flop, Siddhanth Kripalani from cutoff opens and Vaibhav Sharma shoves, which Kripalani calls.

Vaibhav: Kx 10x
Siddhanth: Qx 10x

While the board does not help Vaibhav, Siddhanth flops a queen pair, which was enough for him to win the pot and bust Vaibhav in 4th place (INR 11,32,000).

Roshan Bhardwaj Finishes 5th For INR  8,73,000

Level: 22
Blinds: 15k-30k
BB Ante: 15k-30k

Pre-flop, Siddhanth Kripalani opens and Roshan Bhardwaj shoves all-in, which Siddhanth calls.

Roshan: Kx Kx

Siddhanth: Ax Jx

Board: 2x 2x 3x Ax 7x

Unfortunately for Roshan, his pocket kings don’t hold up as Siddhanth finds an ace on the turn to take down the pot and bust Roshan Bhardwaj from the final table in 5th place ( INR 8,73,000)

Karan Malhotra Finishes 6th for INR 6,80,000

Level: 21
Blinds: 15k-25k
BB Ante: 25k

In  pre-flop action, Aditya GS from cutoff opens to 60k. Roshan Bhardwaj from button goes all-in for 520k. Karan from SB calls and Aditya folds.

Roshan:  5h 5d
Karan: As Qd

The board runs out Ks 8h 2h 8c 9d where pocket fives hold up, busting Karan in 6th place. 

Adda52 Game Ambassador Kunal Patni Finishes 7th For INR  5,82,000

Level: 21
Blinds: 15k-25k
BB Ante: 25k

Following Nikita Luther, it is now Kunal Patni exiting the high roller. He too was busted by the chip leader Siddhanth Kripalani who raised to 125k and Kunal Patni called. Both then took to the flop.

Flop: 10s 2s 8h

Siddhanth shoved all-in with Ks Kh and Kunal holding Kc 10d called at the risk of his tournament life.

The turn came down 4h and the river opened 7s.

While Kunal flopped a ten pair but it was no good against pocket kings of Siddhanth.

Kunal exited in 7th place, earning an impressive INR 5,82,000 for his deep run.

Spartan Poker Pro Nikita Luther Finishes 8th for INR 5,17,500

Level: 20
Blinds: 10k -20K
BB Ante: 20k

WSOP bracelet winner Nikita Luther was fourth in chips among the final 8 players. Unfortunately for her, she became the first player to exit among them as she exited the event in 8th place a short while ago. In her final hand, she had Kx JX and clashed with Siddhanth Kripalani holding pocket sevens.

The latter got set on the board to  take down the pot and bust Luther in 8th place (INR 5,17,500).

Final 8 Chip Counts – Siddhanth Kripalani Leads The Way

Level: 20
Blinds: 10k -20K
BB Ante: 20k

Finally, we are down to the final 8 players in this high roller tournament. Leading the final 8 is Siddhanth Kripalani (19,05,000) and he is followed by Santosh Kumar (13,05,000). Sitting third in chips is none other than the Adda52 Game Ambassador Kunal Patni with a stack of 11,50,000 chips.

Seat 1 – Nikita Luther – 10,35,000

Seat 2 – Roshan Bhardwaj – 6,30,000

Seat 3 – Karan Malhotra – 4,65,000

Seat 4 – Vaibhav Sharma – 2,20,000

Seat 5 – Kunal Patni – 11,50,000

Seat 6 – Santosh Kumar – 13,05,000

Seat 7 – Siddhanth Kripalani  – 19,05,000

Seat 8 – Aditya GS – 1,90,000

 

The final table will be formed once one of these 8 players gets busted. Stay tuned in for the updates!

Akshay Kapoor Goes Out in 9th Place

Level: 20
Blinds: 10k -20K
BB Ante: 20k

Akshay Kapoor from cutoff opens to 45k, Siddhanth Kripalani from button shoves all-in, which Kapoor calls at the risk of his tournament life. Both players turn over their cards.

Siddhanth: As 5s
Akshay: Ax 10x
Board: 3 6 7 4 9

Siddhanth hits a straight, winning the pot and busting Kapoor in 9th place for INR 4,52,500.

Rajesh Jagannadham Bubbles 200K High Roller

Level: 20
Blinds: 10k -20K
BB Ante: 20k

Kunal Patni from UTG opens to 40k and Rajesh Jagannadham from BB makes the call.

Flop: 6s Jc 4d

Rajesh checks, Patni raises to 25k, Rajesh make it 105000, which Patni calls.

Turn: 8c

Rajesh checks again and Patni bets 25k to which Rajesh goes all-in for 225k. Patni calls.

River: 8d

Patni shows 8c 8s for runner-runner quads and Rajesh turns over Qc Jh for two pairs with jacks and eights.

Patni takes down the pot and Rajesh Jagannadham gets busted.

After this, all players remaining in the field are in the money!

Kanishka Upreti Busted by Santosh Kumar

Level: 20
Blinds: 10k -20K
BB Ante: 20k

Kanishka open-shoves for 225k and Santosh Kumar from the big blind makes a snap call.

Kanishka: Qc 10s
Santosh: 6c Ah
Board: 5s 5h 7c Js 8h

Santosh takes down the pot with Ace high and Kanishka gets eliminated in 11th place.

Kartik Ved Doubles-Up Through Kanishka

Level: 19
Blinds: 8k-16k
BB Ante: 16k

In a pre-flop action, Sumit Sapra from HJ opens to 26k.

Kartik Ved from SB goes all-in and Kanishka (bigger stacked) shoves behind from BB. Sapra folds.

Kanishka: Qh Qs
Kartik: Ac 10s
Board: Jc 6d As 3c Ah

Unfortunately for Kanishka, his pocket queens don’t hold up as Kartik hits trips with Aces and takes down the pot to double up.

Nikita Luther Doubles-Up

Level: 19
Blinds: 8k-16k
BB Ante: 16k

The WSOP bracelet winner Nikita Luther limps and Rajesh Jagannadham from the Big Blind raises to 80k. While everyone else folds, Nikita shoves all-in for 245k and Rajesh makes a snap call.

Rajesh: 10h As
Nikita: Ad Jc
Board: 2h As 5h 5s 8d

Both players get two pairs, but Nikita takes it down with high kicker. 

Chip Counts After Second Break

Level: 20

Blinds: 10k -20K

BB Ante: 20k

Siddhanth Kripalani – 1.8 Million
Santosh Kumar – 1.2 Million
Nikita Luther – 900k
Akshay Kapoor – 630k
Kunal Patni – 550k

 

Pot Chopped Between Kartik and Rajesh

Level: 18
Blinds: 6k-12k
BB Ante: 12k

Rajesh Jagannadham from CO raises to 26k and Kartik Ved from button goes all-in for 76k. Rajesh calls.

Kartik: 8c 7c
Rajesh: Qd 10d
Board: Ah Qs Kd 10s Jh

The board had a straight and so both players chopped.

Rajesh Jagannadham Takes It Down On River

Level: 18
Blinds: 6k-12k
BB Ante: 12k

Santosh Kumar from CO opens to 30k and gets a caller in Rajesh Jagannadham from button.

Flop: 4s 10c 4d

Both players check the flop

Turn: 5s

Both players check again

River: Jh

Santosh bets 30k and Rajesh calls.

Rajesh shows Ad Ks and Santosh mucks his hand. Rajesh takes down the pot.

 

Payouts Announced

Level: 17
Blinds: 5k-10k
BB Ante: 10k

 The payouts for the Adda52 Colossus High Roller have been announced!

Late registrations closed after the end of level 16 today, and a total of 69 entry slips were sold, generating a ginormous INR 1,29,37,500. The top 9 finishers will get paid and a min-cash is worth INR 4,52,500. The eventual champion will collect a hefty INR 45.28 Lac and the runner-up INR 25.87 Lac.

Here is the list of payouts:

1st – 45,28,000

2nd – 25,87,500

3rd – 15,85,000

4th – 11,32,000

5th – 8,73,000

6th – 6,80,000

7th – 5,82,000

8th – 5,17,500

9th – 4,52,500

Aditya G Doubles Up Through Akshay Kapoor

Level: 17
Blinds: 5k-10k
BB Ante: 10k

Pre-flop, Akshay Kapoor opens to 20k and Aditya G from SB goes all-in for 280k, which Kapoor calls.

Aditya: Kc Jh
Kapoor: 9c 9h
Board: Qd As Jd QC Ah

Both players make two pairs but Aditya gets higher two pairs to survive and double up.

Faiz Alam Busted by Santosh Kumar

Level: 17
Blinds: 5k-10k
BB Ante: 10k

Faiz Alam from button open-shoves for 56k and gets called by Santosh Kumar from the big blind.

Santosh: 9c 3c
Faiz: 7d 8d
Board: 7s 4d 6d 6h 9s

Both players make two pairs, but Santosh takes it down with higher two pairs and busts Faiz from the tourney.

Chip Counts After First Break  – Santosh Among Chip Leaders

Level: 17
Blinds: 5k-10k
BB Ante: 10k

Santosh Kumar – 650k
Akshay Kapoor – 550k
Faiz Alam – 550k
Prakash B – 530K
Siddhanth Kripalani – 470k
Roshan Bhardwaj  – 450k
Kanishka Upreti – 440

Late Registration Ends With 69 Entries

Level: 17
Blinds: 5k-10k
BB Ante: 10k

With the end of level 16, the late registration has closed for the Adda52 Colossus high roller. The event has attracted a total of 69 entries (49 unique), breaking the past attendance record of 44 entries. The payouts will be announced soon. Please stay tuned in for our payout update ahead!

Players Re-entering On Day 2

Level: 16
Blinds: 4k-8k
BB Ante: 8k

Sriharsha Doddapaneni
Ranjeet Negi
Manish Lakhotia

Karan Malhotra Takes It Down With The River Bet

Level: 16
Blinds: 4k-8k
BB Ante: 8k

In a three-way action, Vaibhav Sharma from HJ opens to 16k, Santosh from CO calls, and Karan Malhotra from BB also calls.

Flop: 6c 4s 6h

Karan leads out with 10k, Vaibhav flat-calls and Santosh folds

Turn: 2c

Karan c-bets 40k and Vaibhav calls.

River: Kd

Karan continues and bets 120k this time, forcing his opponent to fold and take down the pot.

 

Vikram Kumar Takes It From Kanishka Upreti With Flush

Level: 15
Blinds: 3k-6k
BB Ante: 6k

In a pre-flop action, Vikram Kumar limps from the early position and Kanishka raises to 12k from CO, which Vikram calls. Th flop comes down 8h 6s 2h where Vikram checks and Kanishka bets 15k to which Vikram goes all-in for 82k. Kanishka tanks for a while before finally calling the shove.

The turn opens Kh and the river comes down Js.

Vikram shows Jh 3h for a flush against the Ad 8s of Kanishka and takes down the pot.

Manish Lakhotia Is One of Early Eliminations

Level: 15
Blinds: 3k-6k
BB Ante: 6k

In a pre-flop action, Santosh Kumar from button opened to 14k and Manish Lakhotia, who had re-entered the event today, shoved all-in for 157k. Kumar snap-called and the cards were turn over.

Santosh: Jd Js
Manish: 3c 3d
Board: 2c 5s Kd 6c 7s

Pocket jacks held up and Santosh won the pot, busting Manish Lakhotia in the process.

Akshay Kapoor Gets Off To A Thundering Start With A Huge Double Up

Level: 14
Blinds: 3000-5000
BB Ante: 500

A roaring start for Akshay Kapoor! He is making some noise and won a huge double up a short while ago through the start of the day chip leader Siddhanth Kripalani. Kapoor had pocket deuces, while Kripalani held T6. The latter jammed on the river board 2x8x6x10x 5x and Kapoor called and hit a set against the two pairs of Kripalani to win the pot and double up in the process. Immediately after winning the big hand, Kapoor took to his insta to share the news with his friends and well-wishers.

Defending Champion Sriharsha Doddapaneni and Ranjeet Negi Among New Entries

Level: 14
Blinds: 3000-5000
BB Ante: 500

The action for Day 2 is already underway. With late registration open till level 16 today, the field continues to grow. Defending Champion Sriharsha Doddapaneni and Ranjeet Negi among the new entries coming on Day 2 and the total field has reached 64 entries as per the tournament clock.

Shuffle Up and Deal – Day 2 Gets Underway

 

Level: 14
Blinds: 3000-5000
BB Ante: 500

The cards are in the air on Day 2  of the Adda52 Colossus High Roller here at the Deltin Royale, Goa.

Welcome To Adda52 Colossus 200K High Roller Day 2

After a staggering 61 entries (47 unique entries) were recorded on the opening day, there will be 25  players returning to their seats for Day 2 of the Adda52 Colossus 200K High Roller here at the luxurious Deltin Royale in Goa. The action will be getting underway at 1 p.m. local time.

It was a Who’s Who of Poker on Day 1 with some of India’s top pros colliding with each other. “This is one of the best high rollers events,” was definitely the consensus amongst the field and it showed, surpassing the previous best attendance record of 44 entries early in the day and late registration is still open. Yes, players can register for the mega event till the end of level 16 on Day 2 (TODAY).

Returning to Day 2 as the chip leader is  the 2020 WPT India Super High Roller champion Siddhanth Kripalani (641k chips). He is followed by Santosh Kumar (553k) and Karan Malhotra (331k).

Among some of the greats returning to the field include WSOP bracelet winner Kartik Ved (327,000), 2017 DPT September 75k High  Roller runner-up finisher Sahil Agarwal (316,000), WSOP bracelet winner and Spartan Poker Pro Nikita Luther (303,000), Veteran poker pro Sumit Sapra (267,000), defending champion Aditya Agarwal (168,000), Vikram Kumar (123,000), 2018  DPT Colossus 25k Bounty runner-up Kunal Patni (94,000) who finished 4th in this event in 2019 &Apoorva Goel (73,000).

Late registration will remain open until the end of level 16 today, which will likely attract many more players considering they will be given a starting stack of 100k. Play resumes at level 14 with blinds of 3000–5000 and ante of 5000. The schedule is to play down to the final table today. The remaining players from Day 2 will be returning for Day 3, which is scheduled to start tomorrow at 1 PM.

It is going to be a busy day here at the Deltin Royale in Goa with two events running today. Apart from the High Roller Day 2, we have the 100k Main Event Day 1, which will begin at 7 PM.

Day 2 Seat Draw

Please note that late registration remains open until the end of level 16 on Day 2.

Author: Charles Price