Joseph Wagganer Continues to Rise

John Riordan limped the cutoff and Joseph Wagganer three-bet to 12,000 from the button. Riordan called as the flop landed [Ah7dTs]. Riordan checked and Wagganer bet 18,000. Riordan called before the turn landed the [2h] and he checked once again. Wagganer bet 34,000 and Riordan called before the river fell the [Ad]

Joseph Wagganer vs. John Riordan

Isaac Kempton raised to 7,000 from the hijack and John Riordan called on the button. From the small blind, Joseph Wagganer three-bet to 28,000 in the small blind. Kempton folded and Riordan called as the flop landed [KcAd8c]. Wagganer bet out 46,000 and Riordan folded.

Nathan Zimnik Wins with Ace-High

Jeremy Ausmus limped in from under the gun and John Riordan raised to 9,000 from the hijack. Nathan Zimnik called in the small blind, as did Ausmus before the flop landed [7cKhKc]. Action checked through to reveal the [8h] on the turn. Ausmus bet 15,000 and both Riordan and Zimnik called

Matthew Wantman Doubles Through John Riordan

John Riordan raised the pot to 17,500 from the cutoff and Matthew Wantman called in the big blind. The flop landed [9s8d5c] and Wantman bet his final 3,500 holding [9s4d3d2s] and Riordan called with [AdJs6d4h]. The turn and river landed the [Kd] and [3s] and Wantman hit the river to scoop the

Tommy Le Doubles with Full House

On a flop of [9h3dTs], Tommy Le bet his final 73,500 from the big blind. Matthew Wantman folded in the cutoff, but John Riordan called on the button. Le: [KhKdJd6h] Riordan: [Qc8c8s7d] The turn and river landed the [Kc] and [3c] and Le doubled through.

Robert Cowen Raises John Riordan

With roughly 60,000 in the middle and the board reading [2dJs7s9d3d], John Riordan bet out 25,000 from the small blind. Robert Cowen was in the hijack, and he raised to 92,500. Riordan used a time extension and opted to fold.

Lucky Eights Send Riordan Packing

Ren Lin raised to 22,000 before the flop to which John Riordan responded by moving all in for 143,000. "14 big blinds?" Lin contemplated out loud, "I don't think I can fold." Lin called and after Riordan tabled [9d9s] he cried out, "Oh you're in trouble buddy, super eights!" Lin showed [8h8s] and

Japan’s Tamon Nakamura Wins Event #4: $10,000 Big Bet Mix

Tamon Nakamura wins Event #4 at the 2022 U.S. Poker Open

Tamon Nakamura wins Event #4: $10,000 Big Bet Mix at the 2022 U.S. Poker Open, taking home a payday of $169,600. It was Nakamura’s largest live tournament cash to date and his first victory on the PokerGO Tour (PGT) and inside the PokerGO Studio. Nakamura topped a field of 53 entries