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Tag: Phil Hellmuth

Hellmuth No Longer High Rolling

Phil Hellmuth has been known to let his stack dwindle to critical levels, and this event proved no different.

A Conversation with the Devilfish and Poker Brat

There's just one table remaining in the "C" Room, but it could very well be the most entertaining left in the tournament thanks to Phil Hellmuth and David "Devilfish" Ulliott.

Phil Hellmuth Wins EPT London £2,000 Open Face Chinese Event

The sudden appearance of Phil Hellmuth at the EPT London on Sunday came as quite a surprise to the railbirds considering the “Poker Brat” has only played a couple EPT events in the past.

Petersen Sends Mercier Overboard

Earlier this morning, Team PokerStars Pro Jason Mercier arranged a boat ride for fellow Team Pros Live Boeree, Daniel Negreanu, and Jonathan Duhamel, along with a few other friends.

Phil Hellmuth Eliminated

Victor Cianelli opened to 5,200 and Phil Hellmuth called in position to see a flop. Cianelli bet 10,200, Hellmuth clicked it back to 20,400, and Cianelli shoved with a covering stack.

Day 2c Concludes with Kroon Maintaining Lead

Day 2c has come to a close here at the 2013 World Series of Poker Main Event. The Rio was a jam-packed place for poker's greatest tournament all day long, with play taking place in all three rooms.

Hellmuth Rakes in Three-Bet Pot

Phil Hellmuth opened to 1,800 from middle position, and the cutoff called. The button three-bet to 3,700, and Hellmuth called, as did the cutoff. Hellmuth decided to lead out on the flop, betting 5,000.

Kroon Grabs Lead On Final Hand; Ivey, Negreanu, Hellmuth, Mercier and Piqué Advance

Day 1c of the 2013 World Series of Poker Main Event proved to be the biggest and baddest of the starting days, topping out at 3,467 players and surpassing last year's record-second field of 3,418 that was largest one-day Main Event field in

Hellmuth Busts Shaun Deeb

Phil Hellmuth raised to 1,000, and Shaun Deeb three-bet to 2,800. Hellmuth asked, “How deep are you Shaun?” Deeb replied that he started the hand with 15,000 total.

Hellmuth in the House

At the beginning of Level 3, Phil Hellmuth, 13-time bracelet winner and former Main Event Champion, took his seat in the Brasilia Room. The Poker Brat hasn't been too active yet, and is currently sitting with his starting stack.

Ivey, Negreanu, Hellmuth and Mercier Among Those Here for Day 1c

Today marks the final starting flight of the 2013 World Series of Poker Main Event, and already the record for the largest one-day Main Event field in history (3,418 players) looks to be in jeopardy.

Hellmuth Out

Following a flop, Scott Palmer checked from the big blind, a late-position player bet 4,000, Phil Hellmuth raised to 9,000 from the button, Palmer folded, and the original bettor called.

Future Less Bright, Schwartz Shuns Shades

Just as Level 9 was coming to a close, a big hand arose between Luke Schwartz (big blind) and Scott Palmer (cutoff). We came on the hand after the flop had been dealt.

"I Had a Queen-High Flush"

Phil Hellmuth late registered and waited a bit to make his entrance, but now that he's here and playing he is actually doing quite well despite the following hand.

Hellmuth Out

"I couldn't win a hand today, Phil." So said Phil Hellmuth just now to Phil Ivey as he passed by his table on his way to the rail. Hellmuth joins Chris Klodnicki, Julie Schneider, and Sam Grizzle as a recent elimination.

Seventy-Six for Shaniac

Shane Schleger raised from under the gun and picked up three callers — Phil Hellmuth playing from the button and both of the blinds. On the first draw, the players in the blinds each drew two cards, Schleger one, and Hellmuth two.

Hellmuth Out

Down to a short stack, Phil Hellmuth found himself with less than 4,000 in an Omaha-8 hand against Michael Glick by the time the flop arrived and the last of his chips went in the middle. Hellmuth held and Glick .

Hellmuth Raises, Folds

No-Limit Hold'em Phil Hellmuth raised to 11,000 from middle position, and it folded to Bertrand "ElkY" Grospellier in the big blind who leaned forward to get a look at Hellmuth's remaining chips.

Thuritz Takes from Hellmuth

No-Limit Hold'em After a cutoff raise by Mikael Thuritz, Phil Hellmuth defended his big blind and then checked in the dark before the dealer spread the flop.

Phil Hellmuth Regrets Not Playing One Drop