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Phil Hellmuth Tops All Time Money List in Poker?

Written by:
Nagesh Rath
Published on:
Aug/07/2019

"Wow!....Didn't know," was the response from the World Series of Poker top bracelet winner when advised he topped the list of all time money winners in poker.


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The following players top the list in terms of overall earnings:  

Fedor Holz (Germany): $32.6 million. ...
David Peters (US): $33.1 million. ...
Erik Seidel (US): $35.7 million. ...
Dan Smith (US): $36.7 million. ...
Daniel Negreanu (Canada): $41.8 million. ...
Justin Bonomo (US): $45 million. ...
Bryn Kenney (US): $55.5 million.

But it wasn't Holz who made the comment above.

It was Phil Hellmuth!

That's because Hellmuth tops the list when excluding buy-ins of more than $5.5K.

Hellmuth actually came under some criticism for pointing this out however.

Hellmuth received support from some followers.

- Nagesh Rath, Gambling911.com

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