Ryan Hughes

Ryan Hughes – Poker Player
Name: Ryan Hughes
Current Residence: Phoenix, Ariz.
Birth Place: San Francisco, Calif.
In 2007, Ryan Hughes won his first World Series of Poker bracelet.
However, he was absolutely familiar to poker when he did it.
Born in San Francisco, Hughes starts playing poker seriously after college at Arizona State University.
Ryan played poker for about five years when he won his WORLD SERIES OF POKER (WSOP) bracelet in 2007 in the $2,000 Seven-Card Stud Hi-Low Eight-or-Better incident.
Ryan went up opposite a field of 340 performers to reach the final table that included the redoubtable Greg Raymer.
When PokerIce.com asked Rayan about Greg Raymer at the final table, Hughes said:
“I thought he was a violent gambler. I had to get lucky twice to strike him out.
It’s always probable since he was the best gambler at that table at that match.”
It was Hughes first triumph, may be because of few final table experience at the 2006 World Series of Poker that provided him some serious skills at the table as well.
In 2006, Rayan Hughes made his first final-table show in his poker profession during the $5,000 Omaha Hi-Lo incident.
Rayan dreamed of the day, he will be at the same table with champions such as Sammy Farha, Phil Ivey and Kirill Gerasimov.
It was also helping a little more when many other cashes in World Series incidents past and decreased the pressure.
Rayan had three in 2006, two in 2005 and one in 2004.
Not to forget his several other cashes in smaller incidents, with a twins of wins at the California State Poker Championship and the L.A. Poker Classic.
Rayan Hughes appears to be striking his steps in the world poker play-offs, that many more bracelets are promising in his future.
Trivia
2007 WORLD SERIES OF POKER (WSOP) bracelet winner

Ryan Hughes – Poker Player

Name: Ryan Hughes

Current Residence: Phoenix, Ariz.

Birth Place: San Francisco, Calif.

In 2007, Ryan Hughes won his first World Series of Poker bracelet.

However, he was absolutely familiar to poker when he did it.

Born in San Francisco, Hughes starts playing poker seriously after college at Arizona State University.

Ryan played poker for about five years when he won his WORLD SERIES OF POKER (WSOP) bracelet in 2007 in the $2,000 Seven-Card Stud Hi-Low Eight-or-Better incident.

Ryan went up opposite a field of 340 performers to reach the final table that included the redoubtable Greg Raymer.

When PokerIce.com asked Rayan about Greg Raymer at the final table, Hughes said:

“I thought he was a violent gambler. I had to get lucky twice to strike him out.

It’s always probable since he was the best gambler at that table at that match.”

It was Hughes first triumph, may be because of few final table experience at the 2006 World Series of Poker that provided him some serious skills at the table as well.

In 2006, Rayan Hughes made his first final-table show in his poker profession during the $5,000 Omaha Hi-Lo incident.

Rayan dreamed of the day, he will be at the same table with champions such as Sammy Farha, Phil Ivey and Kirill Gerasimov.

It was also helping a little more when many other cashes in World Series incidents past and decreased the pressure.

Rayan had three in 2006, two in 2005 and one in 2004.

Not to forget his several other cashes in smaller incidents, with a twins of wins at the California State Poker Championship and the L.A. Poker Classic.

Rayan Hughes appears to be striking his steps in the world poker play-offs, that many more bracelets are promising in his future.

Trivia

2007 (WSOP) WORLD SERIES OF POKER  bracelet winner

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