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Schrier Busts Attebery

Darren Attebery bet 14,000 on an flop against three players, and Stan Schrier called from the button. On the turn, Attebery jammed for about 30,000 and Schrier snap-called.

PokerNews Podcast Episode #318: No Visor, No Problem

Remko Rinkema forgets his visor, much to the dismay of Donnie Peters, but the two push on and breakdown Day 3 of the 2015 World Series of Poker Main Event, discuss their favorite drinks, and urge the PokerNews Podcast/Run it Up army to chee

Hellmuth Busts 16th as $2,500 No-Limit Hold'em Plays Down to Five

Phil Hellmuth seemed primed for a run at his record 15th WSOP bracelet in the 2015 WSOP Event #47:$2,500 No-Limit Hold'em, but had to settle for his record 111th WSOP cash finishing 16th.

Phil Hellmuth Chases Bracelet 15 in the $2,500 No-Limit Hold'em

Just 41 players remain in Event #47: $2,500 No-Limit Hold'em and 14-time WSOP bracelet winner Phil Hellmuth is in the top ten in chips.

Phil Hellmuth Headlines Stacked "Dirty Dozen" in $10K Razz

Event #17 of the 2015 WSOP, the $10,000 Razz Championship, originally began with 103 players, which created a prize pool of $968,200.

Phil Hellmuth is the Bubble Boy

It took awhile, but bubble has finally burst. It happened when action folded to David Yan and he raised to 40,000. Mike Leah called, as did Phil Hellmuth in the big blind, and three players saw a flop of   .

Hellmuth Not Happy After Aces Cracked

Phil Hellmuth opened for 48,000 from middle position and Mike Leah called from the big blind. Both players checked the flop, and then Leah bet 60,000 on the turn. Hellmuth snap-called and then watched Leah fired out 175,000 on the river.

Two For Leah

David Yan raised to 34,000 from the hijack and Mike Leah called in the cutoff. The    flop got checked through and Yan bet 35,000 on the turn.

Leah and Hellmuth Battle Again

Mike Leah raised to 32,000 and Phil hellmuth called out of the small blind. They both checked through the    flop and Hellmuth then bet 30,000 after the fell on the turn. Leah called and the dynamic duo saw the complete the board.

More for Leah

Mike Leah opened with a raise from the cutoff and Phil Hellmuth defended from the big blind. Hellmuth then checked the flop, Leah bet 33,000, and Hellmuth snap-called. Both players then checked the turn as well as the river.

Hellmuth Chips Up

On the flop, Phil Hellmuth and David Yan checked over to Brian Roberts. Roberts bet 45,000, and Hellmuth called. Yan folded, and the turn was the . After both players checked, the landed on the river.

Hellmuth Takes From Sylvia

Joining the action on a    flop, Phil Hellmuth bet 25,000 out of the small blind and Jesse Sylvia called from under the gun. They checked through the on the turn and the appeared on the river.

Lyndaker Doubles Up

Phil Hellmuth raised to 27,000 from early position, and Richard Lyndaker reraised all in for 22,000 from the button. Everyone else folded, and Lyndaker showed the to Hellmuth's .

Lyndaker Pays Off Sylvia

In a three-way limped pot to the    flop, Phil Hellmuth bet 16,000 out of the small blind and then folded when Jonathan Duhamel raised to 45,000, Greg Merson mucked his cards as well.

Lyndaker Takes One from Hellmuth

Phil Hellmuth check-called a bet of 15,000 from Richard Lyndaker on the flop before the two saw the land on the turn. After Hellmuth checked a second time, Lyndaker bet 37,000. Hellmuth gave it up, and Lyndaker won the pot.

Hellmuth Checks Dark and Folds

From under the gun, Jesse Sylvia raised to 22,000. Phil Hellmuth called from the small blind, and Jonathan Duhamel folded out of the big blind. On the flop, both players checked, and the turn was the .

"That's Pure Aggression"

Phil Hellmuth limped from early position and Sam Khouiss in the cutoff as well as Andrew Hinrichsen on the button tossed in the 5,000 chips as well. Brian Roberts made it 30,000 from the small blind and Hellmuth was stung immediately.

Hellmuth Starting To Dance

Jason Mo and Phil Hellmuth put in 4,500 each on the flop to see the hit the turn. After Mo checked, Hellmuth bet 12,300. Mo gave it some thought, but folded, and Hellmuth was awarded the pot.

Hellmuth Checks in the Dark

From the hijack seat, 13-time World Series of Poker gold bracelet winner Phil Hellmuth raised to 4,000. Play moved to Brian Rast on the button, and he called. Everyone else folded, and before the flop came out, Hellmuth checked in the dark.

Steicke Shows Hellmuth Aces

David Steicke raised to 3,500, and then Phil Hellmuth reraised to 10,000 from the next seat. Steicke reraised to 27,000, and Hellmuth folded. Steicke showed him the and scooped the pot.