Hossein Ensan of Germany won the World Series of Poker main event in Las Vegas overnight. The 55-year-old beat Dario Sammartino of Italy with a pair of kings when Sammartino missed a flush.
Ensan takes home the $10 million first-place prize and the coveted World Series of Poker bracelet. Sammartino takes home $6 million.
Ensan is an Iran native who immigrated to Germany 30 years ago. He had won $2.6 million playing poker since 2013.
Alex Livingston of Canada finished third.
The international trio advanced Monday night to the final table at the Rio Convention Center where Garry Gates of Henderson, a survivor of the 2017 mass shooting on the Las Vegas Strip, took home $3 million for finishing fourth.
Kevin Maahs of Chicago pocketed $2.2 million for fifth. Play began July 3 with a field of 8,569.