Riding high on confidence and striving hard to earn his second bracelet, Aditya Sushant is going strong in the WSOP.
Following the gold bracelet win by Nikita Luther and the historical run made by Nishant Sharma in the Main Event World Championship, where he cracked in top50, now the country is hoping for another glory.
Aditya Sushant has inched closer to 2nd bracelet making a cut in the final 14 in Little One for One Drop.
Sushant, a suave player missed the final table Event #61: $1,000 WSOP.com ONLINE No-Limit Hold’em Championship as he finished ninth for $20,969 (~14.36 Lakhs).
Nevertheless, he continued his trailblazing form in Event #68: The Little One for Little Drop- $1,000 +111 No-Limit Hold’em.
He is currently one of the top 10 players with a stack of 2,385,000 in chips.
9Stacks qualifier Sanjay Taneja started Day 3 with 203,000 chips but hit the rail in 29th place for $15,042 (~10.31 Lakhs)
Aditya Sushant is the man of the hour for India. He had entered the ongoing tournament on the final starting flight day 1C to end his day with a stack of 145,400.
On Day 2, he continued his dominant run and was placed second in counts with a hefty stack of 1,341,000.
Although he couldn’t sail swiftly at the end of Day 3, he managed to make survive till the end of the day.
Sushant ended Day 3 with 2,385,000 in his kitty and is placed tenth in chips with 14 players remaining.
Sanjay Taneja finishes on 20th place in the Little One for One Drop:
Apart from him, Sanjay Taneja also had a deep run in the event.
He began the action on Day 1A and started Day 2 with a stack of 30,400 which grew to 203,000 by the end of the day’s play.
His wonderful journey, however, came to an end on Day 3 as Taneja lost the pot and he finished in 29th place for $15,042 (~10.31 Lakhs).