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Home : Poker News : Denis Timofeev Wins World Series of Poker $1,000 Double Stack Turbo Denis Timofeev Wins World Series of Poker $1,000 Double Stack Turbo Russian Poker Player Earns $199,586 and First Bracelet by Julio Rodriguez | Published: Jul 13, 2018 | Card Player’s 2018 WSOP coverage is sponsored http://casinobingoopq.biznewsselect.com by BetOnline Poker. Get a 100 percent bonus, up to $1,000, by joining now. The site offers great cash game action and a chance to win more than $1 million in guaranteed tournaments throughout the month. Russian poker player Denis Timofeev topped a field of 1,221 players in the $1,000 double stack turbo event at the 2018 World Series of Poker, earning the biggest payday of his career, $199,586, and his first bracelet. The 31-year-old from Perm, Russia, admitted that he was a little fortunate along the way in the fast-paced, two-day event. “I don’t understand what’s happened,” Timofeev told WSOP reporters. “I like to play Turbos and Hypers online, and http://casinobingo1rk.nightsgarden.com it’s good in live tournaments too because you don’t need to play for a lot of days to win the big money. I just played my game, sometimes I was very lucky.” Timofeev, whose previous best score was a third-place showing in last year’s PokerStars Championship Panama event for $161,340, topped a formidable final table that included Thiago Nishijima (8th), Justin Young (5th), Ben Yu (4th), and Leo Margets (2nd). Yu, the two-time bracelet winner, has been red-hot this summer with 13 cashes, three final tables, and more than $1.1 million in earnings.
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