The World Series of Poker $5,000 Six Max No Limit Hold’em event drew 574 players that built a $2.6 million prize pool. The final six players returned on Wednesday, playing out the final table live exclusively on PokerGO and Nadar Kakhmazov and won his first bracelet for $580,338 in just his third WSOP cash.

“I am very happy – I have wanted to do this for three years but every time I lose two big pots deep in the tournament,” Kakhmazov said. “I try all the time to play better and better – it’s great for Russian poker.”

Kakhmazov just came off a big win at the Venetian MSPT Main Event for $440,029 – totaling $1.02 million inside a week. A suddenly flush bankroll has him committed to play the $10,000 Six Max No Limit Hold’em Championship, the $25,000 Pot Limit Omaha High Roller and the Main Event.

“I have played other events but had not won much for prizes,” he said. “But now, it’s a good year.”

The entire final table is available in its entirety on PokerGO, along with all of the other WSOP streams from this year. 

Final Table Payouts

1. Nadar Kakhmazov – $580,338
2. Chris Hunichen – $358,677
3. Kenny Hallaert – $238,855
4. Sam Soverel – $162,257
5. Faraz Jaka – $112,484
6. Christian Rudolph – $79,611