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Final-Table Takedown: Kyle Cartwright Continues on a Heater to Claim Fourth WSOP Circuit Event Gold Ring

by Craig Tapscott |  Published: Jun 13, 2012


Kyle Cartwright started playing poker at the age of 15 with friends. When he turned 18, he deposited on Party Poker and got second place in the first tournament he played in. In the spring of 2011, Cartwright entered five tournaments at the WSOP Circuit events in Tunica, MS and won two of them and cashed for 14th in one other. He then traveled to the St. Louis WSOP Circuit event and won the main event there for $142,000. It’s by no coincidence he has been traveling the circuit ever since. He has made the final table of one World Series of Poker $1,500 event, eventually taking 8th place for $64,000. Cartwright now is the proud owner of four WSOPC rings and is looking forward to winning his first WSOP bracelet this coming summer. Event 2012 WSOP Circuit Event Harrah’s St Louis Players 229 Entry $1,000 First Prize $55,533 Hand ...

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