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Poker Pro Phil Hellmuth to Appear on Storage Wars

Written by:
Jordan Bach
Published on:
Aug/16/2011
Phil Hellmuth Storage Wars

World Series of Poker bracelet record holder Phil Hellmuth will be appearing on next week’s episode of the A&E series Storage Wars.

It is A&E’s most watched nonfiction show. 

"Storage Wars," which follows teams of bidders looking to score it big in the high stakes world of storage auctions, ranks as A&E's number one series of all time among adults 25-54. During its first season, the series averaged 2.8 million viewers per episode and peaked at 3.8 million.

The appearance should garner some good press for Hellmuth, who managed to finish in second place at three World Series of Poker events this summer. 

It was not immediately known what Hellmuth’s role will entail although his nickname “The Poker Brat” probably means there will be at least some screaming.

Hellmuth is often named as a potential “Dancing With The Stars” candidate.

- Jordan Bach, Gambling911.com

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