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Phil Hellmuth - a living legend

Tags: 2011 wsop, bio, gus hansen, history, Phil Hellmuth, the poker players championship
Posted on 06 July 2011 by "T".
What an incredible performance by Phil Hellmuth at this year's World Series of Poker. He has finished second in two events, cashed in another 3 events, and right now he's in 3th place in the $50,000 Poker Player's Championship with only 9 players left. There is no doubt whatsoever that he will miss out on the final table table (8 players) tomorrow and fight for his 12th gold bracelet. Yes, you hea[...]   Read more » Phil Hellmuth - a living legend

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  22-Jul-11, 04:36   #21
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TheMachineQC 

Joined: Apr '10
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He's good post flop, but he could use more agressivity. He gives a lot of free cards to his opponents! But he must be a good limit hold'em player for sure!

     
  22-Jul-11, 06:09   #22
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xxxYUMIxxx 
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Location: Singapore
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respect the man, his kind of achievments over these years is indeed rare, he FT so many times,bet he has lost count.

     
  22-Jul-11, 12:03   #23
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primitivo 
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Posted by sm00th:
this guy is clearly overrated.. he could never compete with the top online players out there u played probably more hands in their short young lives than this oldschool fella in his whole career.. nevertheless hes still an icon for tournament poker and the sport itself good advertisment for any poker platform Dollar Dollar


A lot of the top online players are at the WSOP, and if he can't compete with them how come he's second in the rankings for the entire event?

     
  23-Jul-11, 12:18   #24
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dusicahetzel 

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Location: Germany
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For me, Daniel Negranu is better and Phil Ivey is the best!!!

     
  25-Jul-11, 21:53   #25
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vip7vip7vip 
Joined: Jan '11
Location: Romania
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What an incredible performance by Phil Hellmuth at this year's World Series of Poker. He has finished second in two events, cashed in another 3 events


phill is a legend that i respet it

     
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