Today the WSOP Europe Main Event final table will be played, and guess what? It will be one of the best final tables in a very long time! Phil Hellmuth has the lead with 3,434,000 chips and the chance of winning his 13th gold bracelet! Joseph Cheong (1,966,000 chips - ranked 3), the third-place finisher in the WSOP Main Event in 2010, is looking for his first gold bracelet victory! Jason[...] Read more » WSOPE Main Event: The Final Table Is Set! Phil Hellmuth Has The Lead!
Joined: Sep '12
Age: 30 (M)
Yuhuuuu Phill Hellmuth is the best i hope he win another bracelet, if no, i hope he make show at the final table ;x anyway if i can bet i bet all my money Phill Hellmuth will play HU any link with final table live ?
Joined: Apr '09
Age: 41 (M)
Phil Helmuth keeps the chipleading when there's only eight players left. Will anyone be able to take him out of the top? Hard task!And look at his picture at this tourney. He doesn't bother on trying to hide his happiness anymore, he seems to not care if people can understand his game better, i think they don't, but he's just not worried in keeping a poker face all the time. What a pro!
Phil Hellmuth (Palo Alto, CA) -- 3,434,000 in chips.....Hellmuth owns just about every conceivable major record in WSOP history -- including most gold bracelets, most final table appearances, and most cashes. He won this year's Razz Championship, which marked his 12th WSOP victory, and now hopes to win what would be a lucky number 13 here in Cannes.
What a player, really. I never liked him, his personality is f... up but he is truly one of the best players in history, at least tournament wise.
sweet. goodluck Phil Hellmuth! hes by far one of the best tournament poker players out there with all them sweet gold braclets hope he can take down his 13th win in this tourney he has a good chip count and hes looking good for this game.
good luck phil..... since his interview about looking for help with his problem...he has comeback strong in his game....he has been very best in tournaments like this and he is more better now as a person and as a player....
Joined: May '08
Age: 36 (M)
well hellmouth is too unstable for me- he is a good player and no one doubts it, but a couple of bad beats and he seems to lose his cool big time, then make irrational decisions and bamm he's gone. i think chenon and mercier looks better bets than hellmouth, if it would be one of those 3 i would go for mercier