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Final-Table Takedown: Tyler Reiman Stays Aware of Pay Jumps; Adjusts for Shorthanded Play

by Craig Tapscott |  Published: Apr 17, 2013


Tyler Reiman is a native of Morton, Illinois. He has been playing poker professionally since 2006 when he turned 18. In 2010 he finished second at the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure Main Event for $1,700,000 at 21 years of age. Also in July of 2010, Reiman won the PokerStars Sunday Million event for $228,000. In 2012 he placed ninth at the Wynn Classic Championship event for $21,000. Reiman has more than $3,700,000 in combined online and live career tournament cashes. Event Million Dollar Heater main event Players 255 Entry $2,500 First Prize $185,510 Finish 1st Hand No. 1 Key Concepts: Paying attention to pay jumps and your opponents’ need to move up. Craig Tapscott: Tyler, set this hand up for us please. What has happened prior? Tyler Reiman: From 50 players on I was top three in chips pretty much the whole time and going into the final table I liked ...

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