Indian Championship won by young poker expert Anuruddha Meddegoda

Day 2 of the INR 30,000 Main Event at the India Poker Championship (IPC) started at 5pm on Sunday nighttime and a 7 hour later toil, Anuruddha Meddegoda was delegated the India Poker Champion for 2013. It was a clamoring card room on Sunday nighttime in the Royale card room in Panjim, Goa where different members landed with a specific end goal to play the last occasion of the IPC weekend i.e. the Headhunter, an abundance cum-re-section occasion. Be that as it may one table in the poker room drew all the consideration as 10 people were doing fight for the honour and distinction of being delegated the India Poker Champion of the new season.

The country of Sri Lanka is the place the twenty-something Meddegoda lives in. He is a graduate from the London School of Economics. He is part of a minor yet dynamic assembly of homegame players from the island nation. His unmistakable fascination in poker headed him to visit Goa despite anything that might have happened before and in completing so he asserted Indian poker’s prestigious title. The point when the last table started, there were three genuine stacks in discord for the title incorporating Goa consistent Husain Lakda, well known online and live ace Aditya “Intervention” Agarwal and projected runner-up Sikandar Berry.

Meddegoda who was at the lowest part 50% of the last table chipstack-wise most likely would not have fancied his opportunities to an incredible degree. Yet some stubborn determination coupled with a cut of fortunes at significant minutes saw him pick up force when movement was three-route after which he picked up the chiplead. From that point on, he won a few vital pots and in the last hand of the night against Sikrandar Berry. Meddegoda’s rivered set of Sixes brought down the last hand of the night and with it the title and honour of being the new India Poker Champion.