Kazuki Ikeuchi

Kazuki Ikeuchi
GPI Rank : 29132
GPI Nat. Rank : 225
Total Earnings : $1,997,448
GPI Score : 279,69
First Cash : 2007-06-15
Last Updated on May 26, 2024

Last Result

Date Country Place Prize
Jul 10, 2023 No Limit Hold'em - Freezeout (Online Ring Event #10)
16 $639


Kazuki Ikeuchi is a poker player from Japan with over one million in live earnings. At the 50th annual World Series of Poker, Ikeuchi nearly brought home a coveted gold bracelet for his country after finishing 2nd out of 8,809 entries at the US$ 1500 Millionaire Maker event. He did however ship the largest payout of his career of US$ 830,783. This was the second time in his career that he missed the strap by one spot. Prior to this achievement, Ikeuchi was already decorated with a long list of deep runs and victories throughout Asia and the USA.

Ikeuchi’s earliest marks date back to 2007 cashing for the first time at the WSOP for US$ 20,761. He added another three WSOP deep runs in 2008 earning US$ 23,162 at the US$ 10,000 World Championship Pot Limit Hold’em event. 2009 onwards saw him cash minimally in Asia though none as big as his five-digit scores at the WSOP.

In 2017, Ikeuchi began to peek out of obscurity reaching the final table in all six of his cashes. He triumphed at three events: WPT Legends of Poker in Los Angeles at the US$ 240 No Limit Hold’em, WPT Korea Jeju KRW 400K Head Hunter 1 and the KRW 400K No Limit Hold’em Shot Clock.

While the Asia events had small fields, the LA event had 778 entries. Ikeuchi pocketed US$35,856 for his victory.

2018 saw another five-figure payout of $19,469 at the WSOP for 15th place out of 1,663 entries at the No Limit Hold’em 6-Handed event. His largest that year was a near win at the WSOP US$ 1,000 Tag Team event. He teamed up with Sho Mori and Hiroki Iwata. They each earned US$ 36,202 for runner-up.

The last quarter of 2018 to May 2019, Ikeuchi racked up numerous cashes in Korea and Taiwan. One of his largest was at the WPT Korea Incheon KRW 4,000,000 buy-in High Roller (~US$ 3,400) finishing 5th for KRW 22,239,000 (US$ 19,969).

Just before arriving at the WSOP, he won the Japan Highroller Festival 7 KRW 10,000,000 No Limit Hold’em Special High Roller Charity event in Busan for KRW 32,076,000 (US$ 27,051).

To date, Ikeuchi has 15 WSOP career cashes and is ranked 21st in THM’s All Time Money List for Japan.

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Graduated in Media Communication at the University of Lausanne, Louis Hartman is a co-founder of He began his career in Cambodia as freelance journalist. In same time he was making his living by playing poker every night at that time. Intense learner, he read dozens of poker strategy books to improve his skills during many years. With a strong interest about poker "behind the scene" in Asia and his communication skills, Louis launched Somuchpoker in 2014.

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