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Tag Archives: Phil Hellmuth
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Today in the 3-Bet we find Phil Hellmuth watching a grand entrance instead of making one, the ISPT waffling on its guarantee and Jamie Gold explaining the secret “diet” that … Continue reading
Now that the 2012 World Series of Poker (WSOP) Main Event is in full swing, one of the fun things to start eyeballing is the WSOP Player of the Year (POY) points race. While the players are aiming for the $8.5 million prize at the end of the Main Event, they do take a lot [...] Continue reading
2012 WSOP: $10K Championship Event Day 1A In The Books, National Championship Final Table Determined
With nearly all the preliminary events completed on its schedule, the $10,000 Championship Event took center stage at the 2012 World Series of Poker. The first of three Day Ones would turn out to have some surprises in store for the railbirds arranged around the Rio while the final preliminary event, the WSOP National Championship, [...] Continue reading
William John took the overnight chip lead with 266,700 while Chance Kornuth, Michael Tureniec, Eric Baldwin, Faraz Jaka, and Sofia Lovgren all finished near the top of the chip counts.
Day 1a is typically the least name-heavy of all the starting days b… Continue reading
LAS VEGAS — Phil Hellmuth wants his table to know that he’s been there before. He wants them to know that he’s not going to give up. He wants them to know that one time they’re going to raise him and he’s going to pounce on the opportunity. To piggy… Continue reading
He also won nearly $3 million at the 2012 WSOP with the Main Event yet to come.
Of course the majority of his cash came from finishing fourth in the BIG ONE for ONE DROP and we talked with the “Poker Brat” about what it was like to play in the bigg… Continue reading
If the 61 year old makes it into the money in this year’s Main Event it will be his record-setting fifth consecutive cash in the prestigious tournament.
“I didn’t even know that,” laughed Bjorin on a break in the $1,000 No-Limit Hold’em event… Continue reading
Antonio “The Magician” Esfandiari defeated former Titan Poker sponsored player Sam Trickett in heads-up play to win the biggest poker tournament prize ever. Esfanidiari won WSOP Event #55, the $1,000,000 buy-in Big One for One Drop charity event. Esfanidiari’s tournament win netted him a pay check of $18,346,673, as well as his second World Series [...] Continue reading
Maybe there is something to the whole positive thinking thing. Maybe visualizing success can work. Or maybe Antonio Esfandiari is simply a clairvoyant. Before any cards had even been dealt in the 2012 World Series of Poker $1 million buy-in Big One for One Drop event, Antonio Esfandiari told our friends at PokerNews, “I wasn’t [...] Continue reading