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Phil Hellmuth Falls Short Again

Written by:
Patrick Flanigan
Published on:
Jun/21/2011
Phil Hellmuth

For a second time in so many days Phil Hellmuth finished second in a World Series of Poker event, failing to gain his 12th bracelet. 

Hellmuth has managed to take in over a half million dollars in just over a week with his strong appearances.

The Seven Card Stud Championship Hi-Lo (8′s or Better) was won by Eric Rodawig.  Poker’s bad boy John Racener came in third place. 

Here is a look at the final table results:

1.    Eric Rodawig, $442,183
2. Phil Hellmuth, $273,233
3. John Racener, $171,122
4. Ted Forrest, $123,904
5. David Benyamine, $96,836
6. Mikhail Savinov, $77,222
7. Joe Tehan, $62,710
8. Ali Eslami, $51,750
9. Antony Lellouche, $43,317

- Patrick Flanagan, Gambling911.com

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