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Final Table Takedown: With Ryan Laplante

High-Stakes Tournament Pro Discusses How To Create A Solid Thought Process In PLO By Dissecting A Hand From The Final Table Of His Poker Masters Title

by Steve Schult |  Published: Jan 15, 2020


Ryan Laplante has quietly become one of the best poker players on the planet. Without much fanfare, the Minnesota-native cashed for more than $5 million between live and online poker tournaments dating back to 2009. His early success came in no-limit hold’em, but he has become proficient in many other games over the last several years, and has developed into an elite pot-limit Omaha player. He won a World Series of Poker bracelet in the 2016 $565 pot-limit Omaha (PLO) for $190,328 and took down the $10,000 pot-limit Omaha (PLO) at Poker Masters last November for $186,000. Aside from dominating his opposition on the felt, Laplante has successfully dove into the coaching realm as well. He has coached dozens of students to successful poker careers before recently launching his own training website aptly named Learn Pro Poker. Laplante’s new training course gives a structured breakdown of game theory optimal strategy ...

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