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  1. Saturday delivered more action from the 2019 World Series of Poker, including three more gold bracelet winners and a stacked final 11 in the $10,000 Dealer’s Choice. Here’s everything that went down on June 15 inside the Rio All-Suites Hotel & Casino, an update to the WSOP Player of the Year race, and a look at the schedule for Sunday. Korenev Finishes First in Marathon, Wins $477,401 Russian Roman Korenev earned his first WSOP gold bracelet and largest career live tournament score when he took down the $2,620 Marathon on Saturday in Las Vegas. Korenev finished atop the field of 1,083 en
  2. Two more bracelet winners - one a first-time winner and another snagging his third - highlighted Friday's schedule the 2019 World Series of Poker. Jared Koppel Leads Final Six in $2,620 Marathon The Marathon has hit the home stretch and Jared Koppel is out in front by quite a large margin. Koppel finished Day 5 with 11,700,000, more than double that of the next closest competitor, and nearly 41% of the chips in play with just five players remaining. China's Dong Sheng Peng sits second with 5,800,000. Roman Korenev, of Russia, started Day 5 with the chip lead and managed to bag up the
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