Dukurs, who has won the past three overall World Cup titles, lead from start to finish during the second meeting of the season in America adding to his victory last time out at Lake Placid.
After winning silver at the Vancouver Olympics in 2010, Dukurs has been unstoppable with the past three European titles and past two world crowns to his name as well as his World Cup successes.
And this season appears to be no different with the 28-year-old producing the fastest time of the first run, 49.75seconds, and even allowing himself to go slower second time out but still winning.
Dukurs clocked 49.96 from run two for an overall time of 1:39.71minutes with the top three from the first run one remaining the same after the second, Alexander Kroeckel second and Alexander Tretyakov third.
Dukurs' older brother Tomass pulled off the quickest time second time out, 49.91, however it was not enough to overhaul Tretyakov who finished 0.14 clear in third.
Martins Dukurs won by 0.05 ahead of Kroeckel who was 0.06 better than Tretyakov with Kristan Bromley the best of the three Brits in attendance finishing 11th.
That was well down on his finish of sixth in Lake Placid but he did improve from 14th at the halfway stage while teammate David Swift maintained his standing of 15th after the second run.
That left Ed Smith, 13th in Lake Placid, as the lowest of the Brits in 16th however, like Bromley, he improved second time out after just making the cut for a second outing in 20th after run one.