Nikita Luther has taken down the February 2019 Deltin Poker Tournament’s opening event – 15K Deep Dive NLH – by conquering a field of 187 participants to win the enormous INR 6,80,000 first prize. She emerged as the champion by defeating Parikshit Dhall in the heads-up battle. Dhall bagged Rs. 4,55,000 for his runner-up finish.
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The February edition of Deltin Poker Tournament (DPT) 2019, powered by Adda52, ran at Deltin Royale from 7th to 11th February. Deltin Royale is a luxurious cruise casino anchored on the Mandovi River in Goa. This 5-day mega event featured various popular categories of poker tournaments such as 15K Deep Dive NLH, 3-Seat GTD Main Event Satty, Adda52 High Roller 65K, 35K Main Event, and 15K Bounty.
Nikita Luther Nikita Luther, also popularly known as the ‘Superwoman’ of Indian poker is a Delhi based professional poker player. She made a record by winning a gold bracelet at The World Series of Poker (WSOP) — also dubbed as the ‘Olympic Gold Medal’ of poker, with a victory in $1,000 NLH Tag Team Event in Las Vegas in June 2018. Feb DPT crowns first winner – Nikita Luther by Team Gutshot Posted on 09 Feb, 2019. It had to be her. Adda52 Pro Nikita Luther, one of India’s leading female poker professionals and also the country’s first female to win a WSOP bracelet in Las Vegas, has gone on to ship her maiden DPT title as well. View Nikita Luther’s profile on LinkedIn, the world’s largest professional community. Nikita has 6 jobs listed on their profile. See the complete profile on LinkedIn and discover Nikita’s connections and jobs at similar companies. The latest tweets from @nikitaluther.
Luther is a well-known professional poker player who has some major live poker championship wins to her name. She made headlines last year by conquering the $1000 NLH Tag Team Event in Las Vegas. She, along with her tag team partner German Poker Pro Giuseppe Pantaleo bested a field of 28 teams on the final table to earn the coveted bracelet and top prize money. She is India’s first female player to win a WSOP bracelet. She finished 11th in the Asian Poker Tour (APT) held in Vietnam in October 2018 and pocketed VND 135,160,000 (Rs. 4,30,600) for her efforts.
The final table of 15K Deep Dive NLH was an absolute treat to watch.
Ankit Kapoor was the chip leader and Luther reached the final table with the second-biggest stack. To make her way to the victory, Luther chose to play aggressive and keep attacking. She dominated the action on the table for a significant portion of time and went to knockout Alok Ranjan, Rubin Labroo, Arjun Agrawal, and Ankit Kapoor. Dhall played well heads-up and gave a good fight but he ultimately had to settle for a second place finish as Luther’s gameplay just proved to be too strong.
1- Nikita Luther Rs. 6,80,000
2- Parikshit Dhall Rs. 4,55,000
3- Ankit Kapoor Rs. 2,90,000
4- Shreyabha Pandey Rs. 2,30,000
5- Arjun Agrawal Rs. 1,85,000
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6- Hidangmayum Somesh Rs. 1,55,000
7- Rubin Labroo Rs. 1,25,000
8- Alok Ranjan Rs. 1,00,000
9- Ashraf Ali Rs. 75,000
The February 2019 edition of DPT saw poker players coming in from all over India to participate in the exciting live poker tournaments over 5 days. DPT was launched in 2016 as an effort to provide Indian poker aficionados an international-standard live gaming platform to flaunt their skills and game knowledge and win accolades and exciting prizes worth more than 1 Crore.
DPT February 2019 edition featured a total of five events and all of them already found their winners. Abhishek Goindi claimed the title in the Adda52 High Roller 65K tournament and Rs. 14,50,000 top prize by defeating a field of 86 participants. Ankit Kapoor took down the 35K Main Event to collect the whopping Rs. 22,50,000 prize money. Sajjan Barnwal won the 15K NLH Bounty for Rs. 2,30,000 by beating a field of 120 entries.
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We congratulate all the DPT winners and wish them continued success.