Kyle Ray the best poker player that does BJJ?

Trains with me when he is in town. Just took 291k from Viktor Bloom yesterday

As ever, the reappearance of Viktor "Isildur1" Blom and Phil "Polarizing" Ivey sparked more nosebleed action than we've seen in the past week or so. There was heavy action at the 2-7 Triple Draw and FLO8 tables throughout the day, with several big winners emerging at the end of the day.

The biggest winner was Kyle "KPR16" Ray, who won all of his $291.7k from two $2k/$4k FLO8 matches with Isildur1. Their first match started early afternoon and lasted for an hour and three quarters and for 85% of the match things were even. It was only during the last 15 minutes when KPR16 literally ran away with the match, ending up $162k.

They met again a couple of hours later and this time there was no even stretch. In just 27 minutes, KPR16 relieved his Swedish opponent of another $130k.

If it hadn't been for the FLO8 tables, Isildur1 would have enjoyed a second successive profitable day. As well as the losses to KPR16, he also dropped $70k to Carloooo13 in a 14 minute session immediately after his first session with KPR16. Isildur1 actually won $200k at the 2-7 Triple Draw tables, winning 5 out of the 6 sessions he played against the likes of SanIker, Alexonmoon, and Kagome Kagome.

Phil "Polarizing" Ivey was the second biggest winner yesterday, taking $253.8k from a single three hour session of $2k/$4k FLO8 against Carlooo13. At one point, Ivey was up over $430k in the match, but Carlooo13 made a good comeback during the final 25 minutes of the encounter.

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durkee is a brown belt under cyborg.  former wrestling coach for northwestern univ.  used to train with us until he hit it big in playing cards. now living the life in FL.

http://www.pokerlistings.com/poker-player_will-durkee

Not better than Kyle Ray, sorry

Don't think you're going to have many people who know who KPR16 is on here.

He is bigger online. You're correct Phone Post 3.0