Phil Hellmuth Busts Out in 9th: Deprived of 15th Bracelet This Time

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Jun/26/2017

No 15th bracelet for Phil Hellmuth yet at the 2017 World Series of Poker, though he just came very close.

Hellmuth cashed out in 9th place at the $10,000 Seven Card Stud Hi-Lo 8 or Better Championship, cashing with just shy of $27000.

Abe Mosseri was the "bad guy" here.  One time WSOP Main Event champ Jonathan Duhamel (the one with the crazy ex who orchestrated a home invasion) was still in as of late Monday.

Top prize is $320,103.

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