The Heads Up poker championship on 9stacks began on 24 November with a buy-in of INR 5500 and no second chances. Players were expected to knock out their opponent in every level to go ahead and finally win the Heads Up Championship. The finale of the first-ever Heads Up Poker Championship will take place on 10 December. Now that is some exciting game to look forward to.
The final winning hands of the players from the semi-final of Heads Up poker championship are Aditya Wadhwani and Prakash Gupta. The finale of the Heads Up poker championship will be streamed LIVE on YouTube by finalist Aditya Wadhwani. The semi-finals were conducted on 9 December, Aditya Wadhwani won against Rajat Singh and Sam Anand lost to Prakash Gupta.
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Aditya Wadhwani is a recreational poker player, commentator, production wizard, and content creator. He is known for his dedication towards his game. Wadhwani is sure to make a lot of heads turn in this much-awaited Heads Up finale.
A pre-finale chat will take place with the Top 2 happening at 5:30 today with host Karan Sawhney, who has been a key player behind hosting India’s first HUC. Prakash ‘pinnug’ Gupta ran past a field of 106 entrants (48 unique and 58 re-entries) in PokerBaazi’s BSS PLO ₹2 Lakhs GTD and bagged the top prize worth INR 56,300.
The winner will take home the coveted title of ‘Heads Up – Poker Championship of India,’ along with 200K prize money and a trophy. The Heads Up championship on 9stacks is designed in the No-Limit Hold’em format. Starting with a buy-in of INR 5500 and no second chances, players are expected to knock out their opponent in every level and keep climbing the ladder to victory. The upcoming poker championship is going to be a nail-biting event and poker fans from across the country are waiting to see who wins the highly anticipated poker championship.
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