Ryan Eriquezzo Leads in the WSOP Event No.10: $400 NL Hold’em Ultra Deepstack to Win $145,374 and His Third Gold Bracelet

The 2023 World Series of Poker (WSOP) Online Event No.10: $400 NL Hold'em Ultra Deepstack attracted 1,810 entrants. It had 1,091 re-buys and a $1,044,360 prize pool. Ryan "GoFeltaFish2" Eriquezzo emerged the winner after beating Richard "labelfree" West in a tough battle of the blinds to bag his third bracelet and $145,374.

The final day's action lasted for 13 hours before the tournament ended. Eriquezzo is a regular WSOP player and he has more than $2.4 million in various poker tournaments.

He recently finished third with $121,111 in the Pompano Beach, Florida $1,700 WSOP Circuit tournament. Still, the poker pro finished second in the WSOP Event No.56: $500 Salute to Warriors event.

The Tournament's Top Prizes

  1. Ryan "GoFeltaFish2" Eriquezzo from the U.S.-$145,374
  2. Richard "labelfree" West from the U.S.-$90,023
  3. David "Stoic1234" Uvavdov from the U.S.-66,421
  4. Kevin "SpecialK333" Calenzo from the U.S.-$49,398
  5. "bustokid" from Croatia-$37,074
  6. Steve "Sean26Taylor" Karp from the U.S.-$27,988
  7. Dan "Albacazapada" Stavila from the U.S.-$21,409
  8. Gennaro "L4Vid4EsUn4" Proscia from the U.S.-$16,292

The Last Day's Action

Some of the tournament's participants who cashed but failed to reach the final table included Andrew "GudLife" Moreno, Krista "Pollux" Gillford, Pete "PeteChen" Chen, and Michael "BrockLesnar" Holtz. The final table was set after a while and its action kicked off with many all-in moves.

Gennaro Proscia was the first finalist to leave the table after their pocket sixes lost to David "Stoic1234" Uvavdov's tens and he failed to improve. So, he finished eighth with $16,292.

The remaining players battled it out for a while before Stavila used ace-six to wager his remaining chips in a clash with bustokid's ace-queen. Unfortunately, he didn't get help from the board and left the table in seventh place.

Karp used ace-ten suited to go in while bustokid used ace-queen to wake up. But the former's run ended in sixth place.

bustokid dropped his position to the bottom of the chip standings after a few hands. He used king-jack to move all in and Uvavdov used ace-three to call. Yet, an ace landed on the board and eliminated bustokid in the fifth position.

Calenzo maintained the stack lead most of the day. He used ace-three to go all-in on the button before West used pocket jacks to call him. The odds turned against Calenzo when the board failed to improve and sent him packing in fourth place.

Uvavdov followed Calenzo in third place after a few minutes. His ace-queen suited lost to Eriquezzo's pocket nines. Uvavdov's exit set up heads-up action between Eriquezzo and West, who had a small chip lead.

Even so, Eriquezzo used seven-high to make a big bluff and got the stack lead. He later used sixes to open the button and West used king-nine to go all-in.

Eriquezzo put West in a tricky position. The board ran out for sixes and West finished second with $90,023.


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