The long-time poker pro has had significant success during the current tournament series
The World Series of Poker (WSOP) continues to draw thousands of players from around the world and there are some pro players who are winning plenty of cash from most events. That’s the case of Ryan Laplante, who had a good performance at the latest WSOP event that took place on Wednesday. During the $500 No-Limit Hold’em Turbo event, Laplante did not win, and was busted in 31st place for $2,913. However, this latest cash was number 14th in the whole series and, in addition to that, he has cashed in each of the past nine events he has played.
During this series, Laplante has been working hard to get his second gold bracelet. He won a WSOP gold bracelet for the first time in 2016 when he was crowned the winner of the $565 Pot-Limit Omaha event and won $190,328 besides the jewelry. Since then, he has continued to win and, according to Hendon Mob, he has earned just over $2.5 million in live tournaments and another $2.24 million playing online.
So far, across this WSOP online series, Laplante hasn’t been close to reaching his second bracelet yet, but he is surely getting a lot closer as time passes. The founder and coach of Learn Pro Poker has 14 cashes and a streak of nine cashes in a row; no other player has more cashes than him during this online series. His career-best winning happened this past July 5 when he finished 11th and picked up $8,681. He now expects to conquer a double-digit win during Event #23, the $500 No-Limit Hold’em Knockout, that starts at 3:00 PM.