Top Indian poker pro Aditya Sushant began Day 2AB of the WSOP 2018 Main Event with a healthy stack of 139,600. However, it wasn’t a great start to his day, losing almost every hand he played and busting the Main Event, despite beginning with a good stack. Here’s what he posted on social media after busting out of the event:
However, Sushant is one of India’s best and he decided to look for value elsewhere, registering late to Event #66: $1,500 No-Limit Hold’em and ending Day 1 with an impressive 105,900 chips, finishing just outside the top ten chip leaders. Again, he took to Facebook to post his progress:
Sushant made a late trip to Vegas this year and made an immediate impact, finishing 4th in a Wynn Summer Classic Event, while also finishing 9th in the WSOP Online Championship Event. He now has a chance to come out and try to win his second WSOP bracelet, fighting among the final 227 entries that will come out to play on Day 2.
Keep reading GutshotMagazine.com for all updates on these two and other Indian players at the 2018 World Series of Poker.