Southern California poker player Ramsey Doumani passed away on Thursday. Details about the cause of death aren’t publicly available at this time.
Known by his first name to viewers, Ramsey was previously a regular player on Live at the Bike. He was popular among those who watched the longstanding live-streamed poker show.
Poker Player Remembered by Friends
Many poker players shared memories of the late poker player on social media, including Ryan Feldman, the former Live at the Bike producer.
“Yesterday, we lost a great member of the LA poker community. Ramsey was beloved by everyone who knew him. He was young and full of energy and love. Please pray for his family and friends at this difficult time,” Feldman, who now runs the competing Hustler Casino Live show, tweeted on Tuesday.
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Poker vlogger Andrew Neeme also tweeted out some love to his friend on social media. The World Poker Tour ambassador shared a video of a bad beat he lost on Live at the Bike against Ramsey a few years ago.
“Very sad to hear that we lost Ramsey. So fun loving, warm, and such a supportive dude who’d tell you how much he loved you. Think he hated folding even more than me. Took us out in DTLA for some memorable nights involving arcade bars & high speed electric bikes. He’ll be missed,” Neeme wrote.
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Andy “Stacks” Tsai, a long-time regular in the high stakes games on Live at the Bike, also shared some sentiments about his late friend on Twitter. He praised Ramsey for doing “things out of kindness, asking for nothing,” and said he “could tell him anything and he gave me tough love, not just what I wanted to hear.”
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Many other current and former players from Live at the Bike such as “Israeli Ron” chimed in to send condolences and share stories about the late Ramsey Doumani.
Ramsey’s sister, Stephanie, paid tribute to her brother in a heartfelt Facebook post.
“With a very heavy heart, I am sharing the news that my brother, Ramsey Doumani, has passed away. We in the family – me, my parents, uncles and aunts, cousins – are devastated and already miss him terribly. But we also know that Ramsey, so full of life, wouldn’t want us to be sad but instead remember him for all the good times. We will post more information once arrangements have been made,” she posted.
*Featured image courtesy of Facebook.