Dmitry Yurasov Wins His Second Globe Series of Poker Gold Bracelet

Dmitry Yurasov Wins His Second World Series of Poker Gold Bracelet

Russia’s Dmitry Yurasov won his 1st Planet Series of Poker gold bracelet by taking down the 2017 $10,000 six-max no-limit hold’em event. Just over four years later he secured his second piece of WSOP hardware by winning the $1,050 buy-in pot-limit Omaha bounty occasion for the duration of the 2021 WSOP On the web. Yurasov outlasted a field of 896 entries in the occasion to safe the title and $92,711 in total prize cash.

This score improved Yurasov’s recorded profession tournament earnings to $3,760,934. His biggest-ever payday was the $775,923 he earned alongside his 1st bracelet at the Rio in 2017.

The final day of this occasion started with ten players remaining and Germany’s Daniel Perkusic in the lead. Yurasov sat in fourth chip position to commence the day and remained around the middle of the pack by the time the seven-handed final table was set.

Two-time bracelet winner Anson Tsang was the very first to fall, with his flopped pair and wrap drawing losing out to the pair and higher kickers of David Mzareulov, who improved to kings up by the river. Tsang earned $18,565 for his eighth-location displaying.

Ami Barer2014 Aussie Millions primary occasion winner Ami Barer secured his 1st knockout at the final table by cracking the pocket aces of Fausto Tantillo ($19,063), with the cash receiving in on the flop with Barer obtaining a pair and a lot of outs against Tantillo’s overpair. Barer improved to two pair on the river to send the pot his way and narrow the field to five.

Barer surged into the lead thanks to a double knockout. All of the chips went into the middle preflop and the cards were revealed:

Ami Barer: QSpade Suit10Club Suit9Heart Suit7Club Suit
David Mzareulov: ADiamond SuitJClub Suit7Heart SuittwoDiamond Suit
Daniel Perkusic: JHeart SuittenSpade SuittenDiamond Suit4Heart Suit

The board ran out KHeart Suit9Club SuitfourSpade SuitJDiamond Suit6Club Suit, providing Barer a king-higher straight to safe both the main and side pots. Mzareulov had the shortest stack and was sent residence in fifth location ($34,084), although Perkusic earned $36,731 as the fourth-place finisher.

Samuel Saariaho’s run in this event came to an end when his set of eights and turned flush draw clashed with the flopped jack higher-straight of Yurasov. Saariaho identified no assist on the river and was eliminated in third spot ($33,630).

Heads-up play began with Barer holding almost a 2:1 chip benefit over Yurasov. The Russian was able to close that gap significantly prior to winning the pivotal hand of their showdown with a set of tens against the top pair, flush draw and straight draw of Barer. The set held up to give Yurasov much more than an eight:1 lead. Not long right after that Yurasov raised to 750,000 from the button with AClub Suit9Club SuitsixHeart Suit3Diamond Suit. Barer known as from the big blind with JSpade Suit7Spade SuitfiveClub SuittwoClub Suit. The flop brought the tenDiamond SuiteightDiamond Suit7Heart Suit and Barer bet 1,560,000 with his pair and gutshot straight draw. Yurasov raised with his flopped ten-high straight and Barer named all-in for 491,180. The 4Spade Suit turn and 4Club Suit river had been of no support to Barer, who hit the virtual rail with $69,347 for his runner-up displaying.

Right here is a look at the payouts awarded at the final table:

Location Player Earnings
1 Dmitry Yurasov $92,711
two Ami Barer $69,347
three Samuel Saariaho $33,630
4 Daniel Perkusic $36,731
five David Mzareulov $34,084
six Fausto Tantillo $19,063
7 Anson Tsang $18,565

Barer photo credit: Globe Poker Tour.