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2014 WSOP - Event #61: Seven Card Stud: Todd Brunson Leads Final 9; Hellmuth In 3rd place!

Tags: 2014 WSOP, Doyle Brunson, Phil Hellmuth, Seven Card Stud Championship, Todd Brunson.
Posted on 03 July 2014 by "T".

The $10,000 Seven Card Stud Championship attracted a field of 102 players when it started two days ago. Leading the way into the third and final day of the tournament is Todd Brunson, son of poker legend Doyle Brunson.

Todd, who won his first and only gold bracelet in an Omaha High Low event at the 2005 World Series of Poker (making the Brunsons the first father-son combination to each win bracelets at the WSOP), will bring 980,000 chips to the unofficial final table tomorrow - 430k more than Steve Landfish in second place. 13-time WSOP gold bracelet winner Phil Hellmuth sits in third with 404,000 in chips. It will be really interesting to see if Hellmuth will lay hands on a 14th gold bracelet!

 

 


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4 comments for "2014 WSOP - Event #61: Seven Card Stud: Todd Brunson Leads Final 9; Hellmuth In 3rd place!"

 Heskor03/07/2014 14:44:47 GMT
Gogo Hellmuth do your crazy bust and loses at the 9th place , we need somebody to be the clown and you can be the perfect candidate for a superb meltdown, anyway i like hellmuth because of his skills and most of all his busts when he get one outered or rages when he got slow played lol, so good luck to him if he wins i' very happy if he do the melt down i am happy, i win both ways hehe
 doubletop77704/07/2014 11:41:09 GMT
Great to see Phil Hellmuth at another final table. This guy always keeps me entertained whenever i see him on a televised table just because he could blow up at anytime. Go Phil!!
 klash2304/07/2014 12:43:50 GMT
It would have been interesting to see if Phil Hellmuth could win his next bracelet but it seems he has missed out again.
I am sure he will eventually get another though he does seem to have calmed down the last few times I have seen him.
 Mipetin17/07/2014 06:34:18 GMT
Too bad he didnt win. So many close calls and situations in this world series. Daniel Negreanu was heads-up two times and phil hellmuth once. I'm so glad that Phil Ivey managed to win a bracelet .

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