gray31

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  • Favorite Tournament Game NLHE

Gray31 - Poker Player Profile

    Screen Names


    gray31
    swish3113

    Rankings


    Worldwide
    567
    All-Time High
    2 (2016)
    Costa Rica
    11/147
    Sliding PLB
    2,901 (98%)

    Cashes


    Lifetime Total
    $6,352,378
    Largest Cash
    Number of Cashes
    3,262
    Average Cash
    $1,947
    • $5,000,000 in lifetime cashes
    • 567 Ranked 567th World Wide
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    P5s Scouting Report

    Grayson Ramage finished 8th in the PokerStars WCOOP Main Event in September '10 for $183,200. His other key scores include a February '11 3rd place showing in the FTOPS XIX Event #22 ($120+9 NLHE Knockout Multi-Entry) for $157,600 along with a win in the PokerStars $300k Guarantee Sunday Rebuy for $79,400.

    In November 2011, Ramage final tabled the PokerStars Sunday Million and banked $16,000. On the very same day, he chopped the PokerStars $100 Sunday Rebuy for $51,000 after a heads-up deal. One month later, Ramage could be found at the final table of the PokerStars Sunday 500, where he took sixth place for $16,000.

    Finished second in the PokerStars 10th Anniversary High Roller event for $289,000. Won his first Triple Crown in September 2012 with wins on PokerStars, PartyPoker, and Betfair. To close out 2012, Grayson claimed an FTOPS jersey and walked away with $65,000. In that tournament, he defeated fellow P5er "Mutha Flushaa" heads-up. In the first month of 2013, he finished second in the Full Tilt $500K under the screen name "swish3113" and walked off with $67,000.

    August 2014 saw Ramage hit it big in the WCOOP Challenge Main Event, banking $502,000 for the win. In April 2015, gray31 final tabled the Full Tilt Sunday Major and earned $21,000.

    Ramage hit it big in February 2016, chopping the Sunday Million three ways and officially getting second. His reward was $156,000, the largest amount given out.

    "Winning Is Always More Fun, But Third Place Felt Pretty Good"