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Final Table Takedown: Mike Ermie Shares How to Define Ranges Throughout a Hand

by Craig Tapscott |  Published: Apr 27, 2016

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Michael Ermie, 27, is from Perrysburg, OH. He first started playing poker when he was 15 years old back in 2003 during the post-Moneymaker poker boom after Moneymaker (whose friend and college roommate Bruce Peery took second in the tournament we are about to discuss) won the World Series of Poker main event. Ermie made the decision to pursue poker professionally while in the process of pursuing a degree in criminology at The Ohio State University. He’s always primarily been a live cash game player playing mid-stakes no-limit hold’em and pot-limit Omaha, but the last few years has been focusing more on PLO. Ermie enjoys playing live tournaments as well and probably plays one or two events a month outside of the summer during the WSOP. He has career earnings of more than $250,000. Event: 2016 Hollywood Poker Open – Toledo Players: 323 • Entry: $1,115 • First Prize: $60,017 ...


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