With the first of seven $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em donkaments (Alex Kravchenko. The two players waged a back-and-forth battle before Kravchenko finally made it happen, getting Devonshire's money all-in having turned a boat against Devo's two pair to clinch his first WSOP bracelet and $228,446 in prize money. In the process he became the first Russian citizen to ever claim a piece from Benny Binion's jewelry collection.
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