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22

Controversy at 2022 WSOP Event #38: Phil Hellmuth's Chips swiped on Break

It's only been the third week since the 2022 World Series of Poker (WSOP) has started, yet a controversy had already struck one of its events, starring none other than Phil Hellmuth. If you're one of those who know too well about Hellmuth's colorful and competitive personality especially after taking bad beats, you would assume the "Poker Brat" might have had one of his arrogant and violent "ep[...]   Read more » Controversy at 2022 WSOP Event #38: Phil Hellmuth's Chips swiped on Break

Controversy at 2022 WSOP Event #38: Phil Hellmuth's Chips swiped on Break  0   
I hope this problem is solved and everything ends well because Phil Hellmuth doesn't need that. He is a huge professional player with many bracelets and his talent cannot be questioned due to a misunderstanding of the stack.

     
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Gday mates
Well I hope this teaches players to just take their chips with them in the future.
The problem could have been completely avoided. Phil Hellmuth has been around to know better.
I hope my boy Daniel Negreanu has another great year.

     
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Strange that he dont care about his chips!

     
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A bit surprising that this happend to an old war horse like Hellmuth. One would asume that he guards his chips better, after his long years of tournament play. Interessting tho, that the futage of the cameras was enough to figure out his exact chip stack before the incident.

     
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I did not follow what happened, but I hope everything was fine and it ended well. I think that this kind of mistake can be avoided because there is something professional, not amateur, and the employees there should be more careful about their responsibility ...

     
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Well at least in the end evrything is good , he took back his chips and was able to keep on playing . The article doesn't say if the action on the other tables was continued during this investigation by WSOP team , i think it would be fair if they had stopped the gamplay on every table , as clearly it was not Hellmuth's fault what happened , it was another man's mistake

     
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Its strange to see that player like him forget on something like this!

     
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Very Interesting story for sure... Shockbut did the article say who added phil's chips to his bonyadi chips Question Or did I just the solution? Confused
Did one of the employees do this by accident?
The security camera footage must have made the misunderstanding clear... Smile

     
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Its his mistake!

     
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I read an article about dealers mistakes at WSOP , now this accident , ofcourse sh** happens , but on the other hand these news make you think that you have to be more carefull when you play live at the poker tables , so as not o find yourself in a similar position . If you are carefull with your chips and cards , carefull when its your time tio act and you procede by the rules , then everything will be fine .

     
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He need to take care about own chips and where he put them!

     
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