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Ryan ‘GoFeltaFish2’ Eriquezzo emerges victorious in WSOP

After just over 13 hours on the virtual felt in Online Event #10: $400 NL Hold’em Ultra Deepstack on WSOP.com, it was Ryan “GoFeltaFish2” Eriquezzo who emerged victorious after defeating Richard “labelfree” West in heads-up play to take down the $145,374 first-place prize and coveted gold bracelet.

Eriquezzo navigated a field of 1,810 players who rebought 1,091 times to create a prize pool of $1,044,360, and after the dust settled, scored his third career WSOP gold bracelet.

Eriquezzo, who is no stranger to these fields with over $2.4 million in tournament earnings, added to his already impressive poker resume with a victory here. Most recently, Eriquezzo came off a third-place finish in a $1,700 WSOP circuit event in Pompano Beach Florida for $121,111 earlier this year. Eriquezzo also bagged a second-place stack for Day 2 of Event #56: $500 Salute to Warriors here at the WSOP while competing in this online event.

Many big names jumped in the online action today and some who were fortunate enough to find a cash included Michael “BrockLesnar” Holtz (146th – $1,253), Pete “PeteChen” Chen (105th – $1,357), Krista “Pollux” Gifford (95th – $1,462), and Andrew “GudLife” Moreno (32nd – $3,864), who ran his nines into queens to double up Dan “Albacazapada” Stavila and eventually bust a few hands later.

The eight-handed official final table got off to a hot start with many all-ins early on. Gennaro “L4Vid4EsUn4” Proscia was the first causality when they got their pocket sixes in against the tens for David “Stoic1234” Uvaydov and couldn’t find improvement, sending them out in eighth place.
Seven-handed play went on for quite a while before Stavila got his remaining stack in with ace-six, but was up against the ace-queen for “bustokid”. The board didn’t help Stavila and he was sent to the exit in seventh place.

Soon after, Steve “Sean26Taylor” Karp picked up ace-ten suited and moved in, but again “bustokid” woke up with ace-queen to send Karp out in sixth place.

After some unfortunate hands, “bustokid” was on a short stack and moved all in with king-jack. Uvaydov called with ace-three and when the board ran out with an ace, it was the end of the road for “bustokid” who finished in fifth place.

Kevin “SpecialK333” Calenzo had a great run and was atop the leaderboard for much of the day until he picked up ace-three and moved all in on the button only to be called by West with pocket jacks. The board didn’t improve for Calenzo and he was forced to settle with a fourth-place finish.

Shortly after, Uvaydov exited in third place when his ace-queen suited couldn’t connect against the pocket nines for Eriquezzo.

Heads-up play started with West having a slight lead, but after much back-and-forth battle, it was Eriquezzo that took the lead after showing a massive bluff with seven-high. Soon later, Eriquezzo would open on the button with sixes and West moved in with king-nine. Eriquezzo called to put West at risk, and when the board ran out clean for the sixes, it was Eriquezzo that emerged victorious.

Final table results:
Place Name Country Prize [USD]
1 Ryan “GoFeltaFish2” Eriquezzo United States $145,374
2 Richard “labelfree” West United States $90,023
3 David “Stoic1234” Uvaydov United States $66,421
4 Kevin “SpecialK333” Calenzo United States $49,398
5 “bustokid” Croatia $37,074
6 Steve “Sean26Taylor” Karp United States $27,988
7 Dan “Albacazapada” Stavila United States $21,409
8 Gennaro “L4Vid4EsUn4” Proscia United States $16,292

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