Nov 13, 2017
Arjun Arora (pictured below) completes the small blind preflop, and Vikash Mantri (pictured above) checks his option. Both players check the flop dealt , and then the turn falls . Mantri bets 300,000, Arora raises to 750,000, and Mantri calls.
The river delivers the , Mantri bets 500,000, Arora raises all in for 3.15 million, and Mantri decides to call. Arora shows for jack-high, but Mantri reveals for a flopped two-pair.
Arora is eliminated in second place, good for INR3,947,000, and that makes Mantri the first-ever WPT India champion. Mantri takes home INR6,030,000 in prize money, and the coveted WPT title.
Congratulations to our new WPT Champion – Vikash Mantri!