Ronnie Pease Wins Card Player Poker Tour Foxwoods Main Event for $91,347
Ronnie Pease Bests Chris Tryba After Four-Hour Heads-Up Match
by Diana Cox | Published: Mar 19, 2014
It was only fitting that Ronnie Pease became the latest edition to the Card Player Poker Tour list of champions. When Day 1A of the CPPT Foxwoods $1,650 No-Limit Hold’em $300,000 Guarantee Main Event wrapped up, Pease bagged the chiplead over the remaining 22 players. When Day 2 came to a close, Pease once again had the chiplead over the final 13 players. After about 13 and a half hours of play the final hand was dealt and it was the J9 held by Pease which bested 2012 World Series of Poker bracelet winner Chris Tryba’s Ace-five off-suite as the board ran out KQ7Q9. “Chris is a friend. It was weird playing heads-up with a friend but it was fun,” Pease said. “He is a really good player and it’s cool to get heads-up with a friend. It was a long battle but I’m happy.” In what turned out to ...
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