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Final-Table Takedown: Ryan Eriquezzo Wields an Under Control Maniac Image to Baffle Opponents

by Craig Tapscott |  Published: May 01, 2012


Ryan Eriquezzo was first introduced to poker in 2004 while attending the University of Connecticut. Music is Eriquezzo’s first passion, as he can sing, and play guitar and piano. After honing his live and online play during his college years, he placed third for $25,666 at the 2008 Foxwoods World Final $3,000 prelim event. It was his first deep live cash against a field of great players. In 2010 he won the WSOP Circuit event Bayou Poker Challenge and that same year he took 131st at the WSOP main event in Vegas. To date, Eriquezzo has $627,000 in career tournament cashes. Event: 2012 WSOP Circuit – Caesars Atlantic City Main Event Players: 635 Entry: $1,600 First Prize: $191,194 Finish: 1st Hand No. 1 Key Concepts: Being able to give up on multi-street barrel bluffs with unfavorable runouts. Garry Gates raises to 110,000 from UTG+2. Ryan Eriquezzo: I looked down at ...

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