‘Kartik Mandovi’ becomes the 4th Indian To Win A Bracelet After Winning Event #64 in WSOP
The history has been re-made as India has got its fourth WSOP bracelet! Truly, it is the moment of festivity for India as the notable genius ‘Mandovi’ has secured the slippery gold bracelet at the debut 2020 World Series of Poker (WSOP) Online in the wake of winning Event #64: $840 Turbo Bounty No-Limit Hold’em for $234,433 (~INR 1.75 Crore) and his first bracelet.
‘Mandovi’ is now following the same road traveled by Aditya Sushant, Nikita Luther, and Abhinav Iyer to get the fourth Indian to win a gold bracelet.
‘Mandovi’ has a powerful $377,989 in lifetime profit and is right around a normal at the WSOP with eight previous winnings. He had gotten features a year ago for completing 51st in the WSOP Main Event for $173,015. He is back in the news, and this time for winning the gold band and making the nation proud.
After the end of Gueorgui ‘CONAN14’ Gantchev in the ninth spot of this event, ‘Mandovi’ had the littlest of the eight leftover stacks with around 3.5 big blinds. Throughout the hour, he viewed different players breaking out before him, while he kept on building his stack. He, at last, entered heads-up with Russia’s Konstantin Maslak who couldn’t go as far as possible and being finished up as a runner up for $118,791 to ‘Mandovi’ who banked his career-best $234,433 (~INR 1.75 Crore) for his memorable win.
The turbo bounty competition additionally observed two additional Indians scoring ITM completions, and they incorporate ‘thehulk’ (seventeenth for $11,461 – INR 8.58 Lac), and ‘inonhmeansfu’ 152nd for $2,142 – INR 1.60 Lac).
The occasion pulled in a solid field of 2,207 participants, making $1.70 million in the prize pool. The main 314 players were paid out with a $905 min-money. Some different notables to complete profound were Kilian “Birdie Power” Loeffler (tenth for INR $6,751), Jefferson “Luiz Arruda” Dosso (eleventh for $6,751), Morten “Mokk1” Klein (twelfth for $6,751), Patrick “Muddington” Kennedy (fifteenth for $4,854), Faraz “Pokerguy21” Jaka (23rd for $3,490) and Manuel “RoboCup” Ruivo (24th for $3,490). GGPoker ambassador Daniel Negreanu (85th for $1,781) posted one more ITM finish and has now 27 changes from the arrangement.