One of poker's all-time biggest money earners, Antonio Esfandiari, was among the 106 players still alive at this year's World Series of Poker Main Event Thursday.

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Day 5 of the 2019 World Series of Poker Main Event proved to be the longest yet in the tournament.

Timothy Su rode a late surge to bag 19,235,000, putting him well clear of second-place sam Greenwood (11,950,000), another seasoned pro.

During the final hour, Su busted three-time bracelet winner Brian Yoon when the latter's top pair of kings ran smack into Su's bullets.

Then, Su dragged an even bigger pot when he raised on the button and flopped two pair with king-seven, betting all three streets against Yulian Bogdanov.

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