LAS VEGAS -- Scott Blumstein closed out a dominant three-day performance by winning the 2017 World Series of Poker main event early Sunday, taking home $8.15 million and the WSOP bracelet in the process. Other than a brief spell on the first day of the final table Thursday, Blumstein held on to the chip lead from beginning to end. He now joins the ranks of poker's world champions. "I'm really happy with how I played tonight," Blumstein said. "Really happy with the result, really happy with the deuce, because I was playing good, but I'm pretty tired of poker at this point, honestly. To have to go back and battle pretty deep-[stacked] again, I wasn't looking forward to it." The dynamic of Blumstein's
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