John Riordan Eliminated by Miles Rampel

On a flop of [7cTsKs], John Riordan found himself all-in holding [Kc8c7h4h] against the [Qc9s8s6d] of Miles Rampel. The turn and river landed the [8d] and [Qh], and Rampel made a straight to eliminate Riordan.

John Riordan Bets Out The Field

Sam Soverel limped from under the gun, as did Adam Hendrix and John Riordan next to act. Dylan Weisman was on the button and raised to 13,000. Miles Rampel was in the big blind and called. Soverel called, Hendrix folded, and Riordan called. The flop fell [QcJs8c], and action checked

Alex Foxen vs. John Riordan

John Riordan limped the cutoff, as did Alex Foxen on the button, before Dylan Weisman and Daniel Negreanu came along from the blinds. The flop landed [6hTc4h] and action checked to Foxen who bet 4,500. Weisman and Negreanu folded, but Riordan called as the turn landed the [Ad]. Riordan check-called a

Daniel Negreanu Wins on the Flop

John Riordan limped in from under the gun and Daniel Negreanu raised to 4,500 in the cutoff. Sam Soverel reraised to 15,500 from the small blind, and both Riordan and Negreanu called. The flop landed [9cKc3d], and action checked to Negreanu who elected to bet 25,000. Soverel and Riordan quickly folded, and

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John Riordan Doubles Through Matthew Wantman

Action folded to Matthew Wantman in the small blind, and he moved all-in. John Riordan called in the big blind for his last 245,000. Wantman: [Ad2c] Riordan: [KsTs] The board ran out [QhTc5d7s3s], and Riordan flopped a pair of tens to double.

Jonathan Little Doubles Through John Riordan

Jonathan Little open-shoved for his last 115,000 from under the gun and action folded to John Riordan in the big blind, and he called. Little: [6h6d] Riordan: [AcTh] The board ran out [qc3c5c2h2d], and Little's sixes held to double.