Riess Getting Short

When we arrived, Ryan Riess was seen checking on a flop of [10d2cJs] from the small blind. The big blind checked as well and the player under the gun bet 80,000. Riess called, the big blind folded. Riess check-called another 180,000 on the [8c] turn before they both checked the [2s]

High Roller Finale Back in Action

A few more players (see below) took their seats before the first cards of Day 2 hit the air, and we expect late entries to continue at a steady pace.

Full Starting Line-Up

The requisite number of players to start this event are now at their seats, and cards are in the air. Updates on entries and chip counts will be posted once per level. Table Seat Player 46 1 Chino Rheem 46 2 Christoph Vogelsang 46 3 46 4 John Duthie 46 5 Alexandrios Kolonias 46 6 46 7 Sirzat Hissou 46 8 45 1 45 2 Tibor Nagygyory 45 3 Kahle Burns 45 4 Martin Mathis 45 5 Ryan Riess 45 6 45 7 Govert Metaal 45 8

Early Entrants

The action is underway in Dusk Till Dawn, Nottingham with blinds at 2,000 and 5,000 with a 5,000 big blind ante. The dealer button started in Seat 1. World Series of Poker Main Event champion Ryan Riess is one of the players to start early. He has direct position on Dutch

Ryan Riess Doubles Through Mustapha Kanit

Ryan Riess raised to 1,800,000 from the button and Mustapha Kanit three-bet all in for 22,325,000 from the small blind. "I don't think I can fold," said Riess, who called all in for 20,525,000 after Kanit's count was confirmed. Riess: [7c7s] Kanit: [AhKc] "Swap five?" asked Kanit. "Yeah," replied Riess. The board ran out [7dJd9h6d5c], giving

Fabrizio Gonzalez Eliminated by Ryan Riess

Ryan Riess raised to 350,000 from the cutoff, Fabrizio Gonzalez three-bet all in for about 2,450,000 from the button and Riess called. Riess: [AhKd] Gonzalez: [8h4h] The flop came down [Tc9h7h], giving Gonzalez an open-ended straight draw as well as a flush draw. The turn was the [6h], giving Gonzalez the lead with a

Ryan Riess Shoves the River and Shows One

Following a flop of [7c3s4h], action was on Ryan Riess in the big blind facing a bet of 28,000 from his under-the-gun opponent. Riess check-raised to 80,000 and his opponent called. The turn was the [8s], Riess bet 180,000 and his opponent called. The river was the [Jc], Riess shoved for roughly