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Phil Hellmuth Rides Giant Hotdog in Water

Written by:
Ace King
Published on:
Sep/26/2011
Phil Hellmuth Rides Giant Hotdog in Water

Big name poker pro and record World Series of Poker bracelet holder Phil Hellmuth was recently photographed riding a giant hotdog upon the open seas.

The photo was first revealed on the pages of TwoPlusTwo.com here.

It is unclear exactly what Mr. Hellmuth was doing riding the giant wiener. 

One poster commented: 

Heard and seen the Weeniemobile before but never a weenieboat, and I actually like the new non-pokerbrat Phil.. I mean hes finally realized that the act that worked at 24 and 34 doesnt work so well when your heading for 50 in the next few yrs.

Hellmuth himself is one hot dog  right now, ranking 12th as the hottest poker player of the year in the world. 

- Ace King, Gambling911.com

 

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