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Dmitry Yurasov Wins Six-Max Championship at 2017 WSOP

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Jun/24/2017

Russian poker player Dmitry Yurasov earned several six-figure scores and over $1.2 million in career earnings, including two World Series of Poker cashes prior to winning the 2017 World Series of Poker $10,000 Six-Max No-Limit Hold'em Championship Friday night.

"I've been playing expensive tournaments for a while," said Yurasov, who currently lives in Moscow. "But winning this bracelet has been like a special achievement for me."

He beat a field of 332 players to win $775,923.

Final Table Results:

1st: Dmitry Yurasov - $775,923

2nd: Tommy Chen - $479,561

3rd: Jacob Powers - $308,783

4th: Artem Metalidi - $204,128

5th: Albert Daher - $138,644

6th: Kristen Bicknell - $96,823

- Ace King, Gambling911.com

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