Ravi Sheth Takes Down GUKPT London Midi Main Event And Collects £48,550

Last Updated on August 22, 2023 Author:Adrian Sterne

Ravi ShethSummary:

  • Ravi Sheth topped a 369-entry field to win the GUKPT London Midi ME
  • The win came after his 4th-place finish in the WSOP Super Circuit Main Event two weeks ago
  • The GUKPT London runs until Aug 27, and the tour then heads to Luton for Leg 7

The latest leg of the Grosvenor UK Poker Tour (GUKPT) currently running at The Vic in London is nearly over, with the series set to wrap up on August 27.

Among the big winners to emerge from the series was Ravi Sheth who recently took down the £550 GUKPT Midi Main Event and collected £48,550.

Final Table Results

The £550 GUKPT Midi Main Event attracted a total of 369 entries to create £184,500 in total prize pool. Those who made it to the top 34 walked away with some cash, including players well-known in the UK poker circuit such as Michael Howard, Martins Adeniya and Lorenc Boci.

The field dwindled down to just nine during the final action, with Iwan Jones becoming the first player to bust, taking home £3,190 for his 9th-place finish.

Following Jones to the rail was Karim Louis who finished 8th for £3,900. Chris Johnson and Brandon Sheils took the 7th and 6th spots respectively with £4,600 and £6,020 in winnings.

Callum Gordon won £8,330 for finishing 5th, while Garry Bush took home £12,400 for finishing in 4th place. Jamie Dwan was then eliminated in 3rd place for £19,660, setting up heads-up play between Sheth and Arian Hassankashani.

Sheth outclassed Hassankashani to claim the top prize, and that victory came just two weeks after he finished 4th in the £3,300 No-Limit Hold’em World Series of Poker (WSOP) Super Circuit Main Event at the WSOPC Super Circuit Series in London.

That final table finish earned him his largest score to date of £140,000 ($178,387). With his recent win, Ravi Sheth’s live cashes have climbed to nearly $270,000, most of that he won in 2023 alone.

GUKPT London Continues

GUKPT action continues in London with a number of key events yet to play down to a winner, including the £2,000 NLHE High Roller (August 23-24), the £550 NLHE GUKPT Cup (August 26-27) and the £1,250 NLHE Main Event (August 24-27).

Other events playing out on the final day of the series include the £200 NLHE Seniors (50+) and the £330 PLO 4/5/6 Card Bounty.

The next GUKPT stop is in Luton, running from September 14-24.

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