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- Ryan Riess isn't a one-hit wonder any more. He's got a #WPT title, too. . In what he admitted felt like a validation of sorts, Ryan Riess won the WPT $10K #SHRPO Finale for $716,088. . It's the biggest cash he's had outside of his win in the 2013 #WSOP Main Event for over $8.3M, after which he famously proclaimed himself the best player in the world. . "It was something I said in the moment. Now, I realize how bad I was four years ago." . His winning hand from 2013? A♥K♥
- Ryan Riess isn& #39;t a one-hit wonder any more. He& #39;s got a #WPT title, too. . In what he admitted felt like a validation of sorts, Ryan Riess won the WPT $10K #SHRPO Finale for $716,088. . It& #39;s the biggest cash he& #39;s had outside of his win in the 2013 #WSOP Main Event for over $8.3M, after which he famously proclaimed himself the best player in the world. . "It was something I said in the moment. Now, I realize how bad I was four years ago." . His winning hand from 2013? A♥K♥
- Ryan Riess isn't a one-hit wonder any more. He's got a #WPT title, too. . In what he admitted felt like a validation of sorts, Ryan Riess won the WPT $10K #SHRPO Finale for $716,088. . It's the biggest cash he's had outside of his win in the 2013 #WSOP Main Event for over $8.3M, after which he famously proclaimed himself the best player in the world. . "It was something I said in the moment. Now, I realize how bad I was four years ago." . His winning hand from 2013? A♥K♥
- Poker isn't always about the glory. Daniel Colman went from chip leader to fourth-place finisher in two consecutive hands. So close. ($217,686) (swipe 👈) . Hand 1: Colman raised to 425k from the BTN and Tony Sinishtaj called in the BB to the 8♠6♦2♥ flop. Sinishtaj bet 550k, Colman raised to 1,500,000 and Sinishtaj moved all-in for 8,275,000. Colman agonized over the decision; standing up, sitting down, shuffling chips, and talking it out. He eventually called with a slightly bigger stack. Sinishtaj: K♦8♦ Colman: A♠A♥ Turn: 10♦ River: A♦giving Sinishtaj the flush. Hand 2: Colman was down to 525k and they were all-in on the next hand. Darryll Fish and Sinishtaj checked down the 9♣8♣7♣3♦5♦board and Fish took the pot with 10♥7♦ against Colman’s 2♦2♣. (Info via @worldpokertour)
- Poker isn& #39;t always about the glory. Daniel Colman went from chip leader to fourth-place finisher in two consecutive hands. So close. ($217,686) (swipe 👈) . Hand 1: Colman raised to 425k from the BTN and Tony Sinishtaj called in the BB to the 8♠6♦2♥ flop. Sinishtaj bet 550k, Colman raised to 1,500,000 and Sinishtaj moved all-in for 8,275,000. Colman agonized over the decision; standing up, sitting down, shuffling chips, and talking it out. He eventually called with a slightly bigger stack. Sinishtaj: K♦8♦ Colman: A♠A♥ Turn: 10♦ River: A♦giving Sinishtaj the flush. Hand 2: Colman was down to 525k and they were all-in on the next hand. Darryll Fish and Sinishtaj checked down the 9♣8♣7♣3♦5♦board and Fish took the pot with 10♥7♦ against Colman’s 2♦2♣. (Info via @worldpokertour )
- Poker isn't always about the glory. Daniel Colman went from chip leader to fourth-place finisher in two consecutive hands. So close. ($217,686) (swipe 👈) . Hand 1: Colman raised to 425k from the BTN and Tony Sinishtaj called in the BB to the 8♠6♦2♥ flop. Sinishtaj bet 550k, Colman raised to 1,500,000 and Sinishtaj moved all-in for 8,275,000. Colman agonized over the decision; standing up, sitting down, shuffling chips, and talking it out. He eventually called with a slightly bigger stack. Sinishtaj: K♦8♦ Colman: A♠A♥ Turn: 10♦ River: A♦giving Sinishtaj the flush. Hand 2: Colman was down to 525k and they were all-in on the next hand. Darryll Fish and Sinishtaj checked down the 9♣8♣7♣3♦5♦board and Fish took the pot with 10♥7♦ against Colman’s 2♦2♣. (Info via @worldpokertour)

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