• May 9, 2021

Robert Kuhn Picks Off Bluff-Shove To Win WSOP Circuit Harrah's Atlantic City Main Event

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(pokernews.com) – The World Series of Poker Circuit Harrah’s Atlantic City $1,675 Main Event ended in a flash on Sunday. After approximately five hours and 107 hands of action, Robert Kuhn emerged victorious to win the event for $122,098.
The victory proved the largest score of Kuhn’s live poker career, topping his previous best of $72,137 and increasing his career earnings to $394,801. He topped a field of 370 entries, including Ari Engel, who Kuhn denied a record-tying ninth gold ring by sending Engel home in fourth place.
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Final Table Results

Place Player Prize
1 Robert Kuhn $122,098
2 Nenad Cvetkovic $75,452
3 Dorian Rios $55,134
4 Ari Engel $40,937
5 David Cossio $30,869
6 Joseph Liberta $23,626
7 Joseph Cappello $18,348
8 Jared Jaffee $14,452
9 Oliver Entine $11,544

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