Final Table Takedown: Alex Masek Captures Another World Series Of Poker Circuit Ring
by Craig Tapscott | Published: May 28, 2014
Alex Masek is a professional poker player residing in Los Angeles, California. Since completing a law degree in 2011, he has been playing poker full time. He currently holds the record for most WSOP Circuit (WSOPC) rings with eight. He won the Los Angeles Commerce Casino hold’em series main event in 2011 for $78,000, finished second to Freddy Deeb in the WSOPC main event in LA in 2012 for $106,000, and captured a fourth-place finish at WPT Legends of Poker in 2013 for $156,000. Masek has more than $910,000 in career live tournament cashes. Event WSOP Circuit St. Louis Event No. 7 Players 245 Entry $365 First Prize $19,474 Finish 1st Hand No. 1 Key Concepts: Semibluffing; Opponent Bet-Sizing Tells Craig Tapscott: Set the final table up for us. Alex Masek: I came into the final table second in chips, with only Phil Stelzer having me covered. On the first ...
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