The richest poker prize for the year seems to be bagged by a young grasp for 2013. The esteemed Las Vegas hosted World Series of Poker has culminated into its final 2 stage with two 23-year olds vying for the magnanimous 8.4 million USD prize.
Among the two young finalists for 2013 World Series of Poker, one is a poker pro from Michigan named Ryan Riess while Jay Farber is a club promoter from Las Vegas. Both Riess and Farber had to beat 6,352 entrants in the July held No-Limit Hold’em poker & then 7 finalists in a rushing all-night poker session on November 4 & 5.
The final stage of the WSOP is held at Vegas’ Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino.
Tattoo clad Farber was seen leaving the stage in wee hours with promise to enjoy the remaining night partying and clubbing in victory. The two finalists took their lead on the Monday evening & then had to wait for long till the weaker contestants busted out. Finally all 4 were out within fifteen hands, in about forty-five minutes.
Marc McLaughlin from Brossard finished at 6th earning a prize value worth 1,601,024 USD. The other finalist Reiss attributed his access to lucky cards as the major reason behind his present status at the prestigious tournament. The Michigan lad seemed pretty impressive with his boyish outlook and the strawberry blond mane.
“Everything was quite standard today. No one was down with a big blow-up & bluffed off the whole stack. Everybody was playing truly solid & the cards came to my route today”, stated Reiss while asked to speak his escalation to the final round of the most esteemed poker tournament. The blonde Michigan is reportedly the youngest of all the participants who took part in the 2013 WSOP. He seemed to have a huge bunch of fans who kept on cheering for him.