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Phil Hellmuth WSOP Bracelet Number 12 Falls Short

Written by:
Ace King
Published on:
Jun/11/2011
Phil Hellmuth WSOP Bracelet Number 12

With just 2 players left at the  Event #16: $10k 2-7 Draw Lowball Championship, poker pro Phil Hellmuth was close to breaking his own record with a WSOP bracelet number 12.  He currently holds the World Series of Poker bracelet record with 11 won. In the end Hellmuth fell short coming on second,

Note:  888.com is currently offering odds on which poker player will win the 2011 WSOP with Phil Hellmuth a 125/1 odds long shot.  Sorry our US and Turkish readers are prohibited from betting at 888.com at this time.

At 7 pm PST  this was your chip leaderboard   PLAYER

CHIP COUNT

Phil Hellmuth

1,100,000

Richard Ashby

1,000,000

John Juanda

565,000

Nick Schulman

520,000

Steve Sung

350,000

David Bakes Baker

320,000

Johnny Chan and Doyle Brunson were both within striking distance of Hellmuth’s current record.  Play was expected to run until at least Midnight. 

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