Indian poker pro Santhosh Suvarna wins his second WSOP bracelet, bagging over Rs 45 crore

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Indian poker player Santhosh Suvarna has won his second bracelet at the World Series of Poker (WSOP), bagging a prize money exceeding INR 45 crore in event#55 of WSOP 2024. Suvarna’s three-day performance saw him outsmart some of the best poker players globally.

Suvarna, a businessman from Bangalore, India, is a known figure in both the Indian and international poker circuits. Initially competing in domestic tournaments, he has now become a regular in the world’s most notable poker events.

Navkiran Singh, Founder & CEO of Baazi Games, congratulated Suvarna on his historic win, stating, “I believe that Indian poker is entering its golden period, and Santhosh’s win has confirmed this belief. In recent years, we’ve seen an uptick in Indian players participating in global poker tournaments, and victories like these reiterate that India is set to dominate the world poker circuits. Congratulations to him for making India proud.”

Suvarna’s victory can be watched on PokerGo India’s website and social media platforms. The platform offers the series in regional languages like Hindi, bringing poker to a wider Indian audience.

Santhosh Suvarna’s victory at the World Series of Poker is expected to inspire and encourage aspiring players across India to participate in global poker events, marking progress for poker in India as a sport.