Action folded to Ralph Wong in the small blind, and he moved all in. From the big blind, Ryan Riess called all in for 260,000. Wong: [7d6d] Riess: [5d5c] The board ran out [AsQc7cKsJs] and with Wong connecting on the flop, he sent Riess to the rail.
Sean Perry raised to 30,000 in the cutoff and Ryan Riess moved all in for 110,000 from the big blind. Perry called. Riess: [AdQc] Perry: [Ts9d] The board ran out [8d2d4sQh3c] and Riess doubled through.
Brandon Adams opened to 18,000 from middle position. Ryan Riess and Manig Loeser called from the cutoff and big blind respectively. The flop came [Qd9d4d] and Manig shoved for his last 45,000. Adams made the call and Riess folded. Adams: [AdTc] Loeser: [QsJd] The turn was the [7s] and the river the [Qc] to
Action folded to Brock Wilson in the hijack and he raised to 14,000, getting called by Ryan Riess from the cutoff and Joseph Cheong from the small blind. Jerry Robinson then three-bets from the big blind, Wilson four-bet shoved behind and Reiss asked for a count, folding once the dealer confirmed
The action folded to Byron Kaverman in the cutoff who open-shoved for his last 49,000. The button folded and Ryan Riess was next to act in the small blind and shoved all-in over the top for 84,000 total. The big blind folded and the cards were tabled. Kaverman [7s7h] Riess [Ac8d] The flop
In a hand that featured 16 WSOP bracelets and three Main Event victories, Phil Hellmuth won a 46,000 chip pot against Ryan Riess. Riess tried to bet Hellmuth out of the pot on the turn when the board showed [9s2cJs8s] but Hellmuth, holding the nut flush draw and three outs to
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