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Brian Yoon picks up fifth WSOP bracelet

Yoon has become part of an elite group of poker players to have at least five bracelets

Adding another name to the brief lineup of poker players who have attained five or more gold bracelets at the World Series of Poker (WSOP), Brian Yoon has emerged triumphant in the 2023 WSOP $10,000 Championship event. His latest victory earned him $311,433 to go along with his fifth championship title, something only a small handful of players can claim.

At 33 years old, Yoon is the only individual in history to have claimed multiple bracelets at such a young age. In 2010, he emerged victorious with three No-Limit Hold ’em bracelets. Eleven years later, he added another accolade to his collection by winning the 2021 $10,000 Triple Draw Lowball tournament, marking his debut straight mixed-game title. This win led Yoon’s career earnings to reach a total of $5.9 million. Furthermore, this year, it was his first and fourth final table title.

Yoon clinched victory and added 311 points to his PokerGO Tour (PGT) leaderboard after marking his second significant accomplishment in tour history. As of now, he stands on the edge of the top 30 PGT rankings, but won’t be there for much longer if he keeps making deep runs.

The event spanned across three days, drawing in 131 participants to form a lucrative prize pool amounting to $1,209,000. Notable names graced the top 20 list of cash winners in the event. Players like Jeff Madsen (19th) and Julien Martini (13th), each a four-time bracelet holder, Chad Eveslage (12th and a three-time bracelet winner), David ‘Bakes’ Baker (11th) and Alex Livingston (10th) advancing almost to the end.

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