Event #71: $1,111 One More for One Drop
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Event Info

Prijavnina $1,111
Nagradni sklad $5,074,891
Players 5,702

Informacije o trenutnem nivoju

Nivo 44
Slepe stave 2,000,000 / 4,000,000
Ante 4,000,000

Informacije o igralcih - Dan 5

Število preostalih igralcev 1
Vseh prijavljenih 3

Highlights

Highlights

Event #71: $1,111 One More for One Drop
Dan 5 končan

Mike Allis Potentially Going Out on a High After Winning the One Drop ($535,610)

• Nivo 44: Blinds 2,000,000-4,000,000, 4,000,000 ante
Mike Allis
Mike Allis

The 2022 World Series of Poker Event #71: $1,111 One More for One Drop No-Limit Hold'em was an incredible event that not only supported a great cause but also provided plenty of drama with a handful of big names making deep runs.

At the end of five days, there could only be one winner from the 5,702-entry field to collect the famous WSOP gold bracelet and $535,610 in prize money: Mike Allis.

The Idaho native came out on top after an absolute battle with 2013 WSOP Main Event Champion Ryan Riess that went back-and-forth for nearly three hours before a champion was finally crowned in bizarre fashion.

Ryan Riess
Ryan Riess

According to The Hendon Mob, Allis’ previous lifetime-high live cash was for $32,882 when he finished in 35th place at the 2013 WSOP $1,500 Millionaire Maker, with his cash earnings totaling $299,210.

Allis is no stranger to deep runs in Las Vegas as this tournament marked his second WSOP final table experience. He previously finished sixth in the 2012 $1,500 Pot Limit Hold'em event. He also placed 11th at the $1,000 WSOP Seniors World Championship back in 2008.

This was also Allis’ 37th career WSOP cash and this event marked his fourth cash of 2022.

Event #71: $1,111 One More for One Drop Final Table Results

PlacePlayerCountryPrize
1Mike AllisUnited States$535,610
2Ryan RiessUnited States$331,056
3Basel ChauraUnited States$250,157
4Mohammed JaafarUnited States$190,363
5Leonardo De SouzaBrazil$145,892
6Salah NimerUnited States$112,612
7Andrew RobinsonUnited States$87,551
8Rio FujitaUnited States$68,562
9Niklas WarlichGermany$54,085
10Boris AkopovUnited States$42,980

Winner's Reaction

His first bracelet is the cherry on top of a lifetime of poker, with this potentially being his final World Series of Poker tournament. He plans on giving the majority of his prize money to his grandchildren.

“I was very tired and mentally fatigued. The dealers were really awesome helping me with my chip counts. I was very nervous [at the final table].

“I didn’t know if I was going to win or not, I said going into today that a lot of it would have to come down to my cards but I did feel comfortable playing such a good opponent because that guy [Riess] is terrific. If I had to play heads-up with him again, he’d probably kill me. I think I got very fortunate.

“If my health holds up, I’d like to [come back and defend my title] but one of the reasons that I’ve been here for six weeks is because of my bad health. I said that I’m going to play the whole series and I had a few min-cashes. I kept saying to myself ‘My luck’s gotta change’ because I was losing all my flips and then in this tournament, I won a few flips. I feel really grateful.”

Mike Allis
Mike Allis

Final Table Action

The first player out was Boris Akopov ($42,980), who came into the ten-handed final table as the short stack. Even though he had pocket aces, they got cracked by Riess’ pocket nines, which flopped a set.

A little over a half hour went by before Niklas Warlich ($54,085) was eliminated in ninth place. He ran his ace-king into the pocket aces of Allis.

Out in eighth was Rio Fujita ($68,562). After being down to two big blinds, his pocket threes did not hold up against the ace-queen of Mohammed Jaafar.

In seventh place was Andrew Robinson ($87,551), who was on fumes when he was all in three ways with king-jack suited. Riess’ ace-queen won the hand.

Salah Nimer ($112,612) was the next one out, being the first to collect six figures for his efforts. He was down to under four big blinds when he shoved ten-nine suited from the small blind. Unfortunately for Nimer, Basel Chaura woke up with jack-ten in the big blind.

Salah Nimer
Salah Nimer

Out in fifth was Brazil’s Leonardo De Souza ($145,892). He was down to six bigs when he shoved pocket fives from the small blind. Chaura called with eight-seven off and hit a runner-runner straight.

The final elimination on Day 4 was Mohammed Jaafar ($190,363). He jammed for roughly 20 big blinds from the button with ace-five off and was called by Aliss in the small blind, who had ace-queen. Allis claimed the pot with a queen on the flop.

Three players came back for Day 5 and Basel Chaura was the first to exit ($250,157). After Riess opened from the button, Chaura shoved with queen-jack off for nine bigs from the small blind. Riess called with pocket fours and although Chaura turned a queen, Riess back-doored a flush on the river.

Heads-up play went on for nearly three hours but it was 2013 WSOP Main Event Champion Ryan Riess ($331,056) who finished second, missing out on his second-career bracelet. In a truly strange hand, Riess got it all in with pocket nines against the six-three offsuit of Allis. Allis rivered a straight to claim the title.

That does it for PokerNews coverage of Event #71: $1,111 One More for One Drop, but stay tuned as we continue live updates on the final tournaments of the 2022 WSOP including the last days of the Main Event.

Oznake: Mike AllisRyan Riess

Ryan Riess Eliminated in 2nd Place ($331,056)

• Nivo 44: Blinds 2,000,000-4,000,000, 4,000,000 ante
Ryan Riess
Ryan Riess

It was Ryan Riess' turn to act yet Mike Allis had announced all in. Ryan Riess called and Allis was forced to shove and Riess called.

Ryan Riess: {9-Hearts}{9-Clubs}
Mike Allis: {6-Spades}{3-Hearts}

Riess was an overwhelming favorite with his overpair to Allis' hole cards. However, the {5-Spades}{8-Spades}{4-Diamonds} flop gave Allis an open-eded straight draw.

The turn brought the {4-Hearts}, giving Allis no help.

The river was the {2-Clubs} and the 2013 WSOP Main Event Champion was denied his second bracelet courtesy of a rivered straight.

Mike Allis us
Mike Allis
us 228,000,000 48,000,000
Ryan Riess us
Ryan Riess
us Izpadel

Oznake: Mike AllisRyan Riess

Ryan Riess with 12 Big Blinds

• Nivo 44: Blinds 2,000,000-4,000,000, 4,000,000 ante

The players now have just 57 big blinds between them and Mike Allis has gradually chipped away from Ryan Riess.

The 2013 WSOP Main Event champion now has just 48,000,000 in chips, equivalent to 12 big blinds.

Mike Allis us
Mike Allis
us 180,000,000 14,000,000
Ryan Riess us
Ryan Riess
us 48,000,000 -14,000,000

Oznake: Mike AlissRyan Riess

Nivo:
44
Slepe stave:
2,000,000/4,000,000
Ante:
4,000,000

Riess Takes One Down

• Nivo 43: Blinds 1,500,000-3,000,000, 3,000,000 ante

Ryan Riess opened to 6,000,000 and Mike Allis called.

The flop came {3-Hearts}{k-Spades}{a-Clubs} and both players checked.

On the {7-Clubs} turn, Riess put out a bet of 6,000,000 and Allis called.

Both players checked the river and Riess showed {k-Clubs}{9-Hearts} for the win.

Mike Allis us
Mike Allis
us 138,000,000 -6,000,000
Ryan Riess us
Ryan Riess
us 90,000,000 6,000,000

Oznake: Mike AllisRyan Riess

Allis Stretching Lead Again

• Nivo 43: Blinds 1,500,000-3,000,000, 3,000,000 ante

Mike Allis opened to 6,500,000 and Ryan Riess called.

The flop came {7-Hearts}{4-Spades}{j-Diamonds} and Allis continued for 6,000,000. Riess called.

The {q-Diamonds} came on the turn and Allis bet once more for 13,000,000. Riess folded.

Mike Allis us
Mike Allis
us 144,000,000 18,000,000
Ryan Riess us
Ryan Riess
us 84,000,000 -18,000,000

Oznake: Mike AllisRyan Riess

Riess Gets Fold After Reraising Flop

• Nivo 43: Blinds 1,500,000-3,000,000, 3,000,000 ante

Ryan Riess opened to 6,000,000 and Mike Allis called.

The flop came {a-Diamonds}{7-Hearts}{9-Spades} and Riess continued for 6,000,000. Allis raised to 14,000,000 and Riess reraised to 26,000,000. Allis folded.

Mike Allis us
Mike Allis
us 126,000,000 -22,000,000
Ryan Riess us
Ryan Riess
us 102,000,000 22,000,000

Oznake: Mike AllisRyan Riess