Tag: Christopher Reider

Christopher Reider Elminated in Third Place ($28,655)

Arthur Vea limped on the button and Hoai Pham folded in the small blind. Next door in the big blind, Christopher Reider shoved and Vea snap-called.

Hand #164 - Hoain Pham

Hoai Pham raised 50,000 in the small blind and Chris Reider re-raised, putting himself all in preflop. Pham, who had less chips than Reider going into the hand, snap-called.

Hand #160 - Arhur Vea

Arthur Vea has built his stack up to 785,000. Sitting in the small blind, he called Chris Reider's button raise to 90,000. When Reider bet 90,000 into the flop, Vea went all in for 481,000, and Reider folded.

Hand #141 - Christopher Reider

Christopher Reider raised to 90,000 from the button. In the big blind, Matthew Hollinger re-raised and Reider four-bet all in, getting a call from Hollinger. The flop brought along giving Reider an open-ended straight-draw.

Hand #135 - Arthur Vea

Arthur Vea doubled up off Christopher Reider. The two got it all in preflop and this is how it went down: Vea: Reider: The board helped Vea win the race, delivering Vea is now sitting with about 800,000.

Hand #121 - Christopher Reider

Christopher Reider opened to 95,000 from the small blind and Arthur Vea called in the big blind. The two saw a flop of and Reider led out for the same bet; 95,000. Vea folded and Reider chipped up.

Kent Washington Eliminated in 6th Place ($11,829)

Hand #108 Kent Washington reached his second ever World Series of Poker Final Table this evening, but he was unable to win a coveted bracelet.

Hand #89 - Christopher Reider

It's Christopher Reider's turn to go on a heater. Kent Washington opened to 54,000 on the button and Reider called from the small blind. The flop was and both players checked. The turn was the and Reider led for 100,000.

Hand #88 - Christopher Reider

Action folded to Hoai Pham in the cutoff who raised to 52,000. Christopher Reider was last to act in the big blind, and he elected to three-bet shove for almost 300,000 more.

Hand #83 - Christopher Reider

Christopher Reider completed the small blind and and Arthur Vea checked in the big blind. The flop came and Reider check-raised Vea to 90,000. Vea folded and Reider took down the pot.

Hand #82 - Kent Washington

Action folded to Kent Washington in the small blind who raised to 38,000. Christopher Reider called in the big blind and the flop fell . The two checked and the turn was the . Washington led for 24,000 and Reider folded.

Hand #80 - Matt Hollinger

Make it three in a row for Matt Hollinger. Action folded to Christopher Reider who opened to 48,000 from the high jack and Hollinger three-bet all-in on the button. The blinds folded and so too did Reider, sending the pot to Hollinger.

Hand #76 – Christopher Reider

Kent Washington opened to 30,000 from the small blind and Christopher Reider three-bet all-in. Washington mucked quickly and Reider was awarded the pot.

Hand #60 - Hoai Pham

Christopher Reider opened to 36,000 from early position and action folded to Hoai Pham on the button. Pham made a big raise to 200,000 and Reider folded. Pham showed and said he didn't want to see a flop.

Hand #53 - Christopher Reider

It was Christopher Reider's turn to act under the gun and he chose to raise to 31,000. Everybody again folded and Reider tabled .

Hand #49 - Christopher Reider

From the cutoff Christopher Reider elected to raise to 35,000. He was met with a series of folds and won the blinds and antes.

Hand #47 - Christopher Reider

All the chips were in preflop between Christopher Reider and Arthur Vea. Reider: Vea: The flop was which kept Veh ahead, but not without a sweat. The turn was giving Reider an ace-high straight.

Hand #39- Reider Shoves and Steals

Christopher Reider shoved all in for 96,000 and everyone folded.

Updated Chip Counts

Here are what the current chip stacks look like at the final table: 1: Christopher Reider- 120,000 2: Arthur Vea- 560,000 3: Matthew Hollinger- 250,000 4: Empty 5: Jeffrey Bennett- 140,000 6: Hoai Pham- 400,000 7: Patrick Silvey- 250,000 8:

Final Ten Players Set

The remaining ten players have combined to one table. With one more elimination we will have our official final table.