Poker player KPR16
Real name: Kyle Ray
Age: No data
Country: United States
Also plays as KPR16
Kyle "KPR16" Ray is a professional poker player who is originally from Fayetteville, Georgia, but has re-located to Mexico to play online poker post Black Friday. He is a cash game specialist focusing on the limit games.
He can be seen sitting at the highest stakes limit hold'em tables on Full Tilt waiting for some action but cannot find many players willing to play him in HU LHE these days. He built a reputation as one of the best LHE players in the world and as a result, he has had to transition to other games.
He now plays Omaha Hi/Lo at the high stakes tables where he has already had some big battles heads-up including one against Full Tilt Professional, Gus Hansen, on 16 November 2012. He beat the Great Dane for $650k which got the railers discussing "who this KPR16 was" in the forums.
Kyle has also played and commentated in the WSOP where he has cashed on six occasions. His best result was a 3rd place finish in the $10k Limit Hold'em Championship in 2010 for $190k.