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The next thing everyone knew, Farber was short once again. On the final hand, Hand of the final table , Farber was all in with the against Riess'.
While Riess had a powerful hand in the confrontation, Farber had two very live cards and a solid chance at doubling up once again. Following the flop, Farber was looking for a five to stay alive. His queen would now give Riess a Broadway straight, and that would've spelled the end.
The turn was the , leaving just one more card for Riess to dodge. The paired the board on the river, and the swarming began. Riess' rail stormed the stage, engulfing the new champion and piling on top of him.
Chants of "Riess the beast! Overcome with joy, Riess hugged his railbirds one by one, grabbing his close family members a little tighter than the others, but nonetheless showing emotion with each person individually. He came into the final table believing he was the best player remaining, and he can now rightfully call himself world champion.
Ryan Riess had the button, and he raised to 2. Jay Farber reraised all in for 14 million, and Riess called. Farber tabled the and his tournament life was on the line against Riess'. The flop came down , taking away Farber's outs to a queen because it would make Riess a Broadway straight. The turn was the , putting Farber down to just one more card to double up and stay alive. The dealer burned one last time and dealt the! That proved to be the final card of the tournament as Ryan Riess has held on to become the World Series of Poker Main Event champion.
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