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Kihara wins Japan's first bracelet

Updated: June 25, 2012, 3:10 PM ET
By Andrew Feldman | ESPN.com

In the 43-year history of the World Series of Poker, hundreds of thousands of poker players from around the world have competed for a chance to make history. Most of these players fail to even make the money, but every once in a while, a champion emerges that can truly change the way the world sees the game. Naoya Kihara won the $5,000 six-handed pot-limit Omaha Event 34 to not only capture his first WSOP bracelet, but also to earn the honor of being the first Japanese champion in WSOP history. ...

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