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WSOP 2011 Day 4 Losers Include Phil Hellmuth

Written by:
Ace King
Published on:
Jul/16/2011
WSOP 2011 Day 4 Losers

After having finished 2nd at three of this year’s World Series of Poker events, failing to secure a record 12th bracelet, Phil Hellmuth has teased us once again.  This time he fell short just before the bubble at this year’s Main Event. 

No need to shed any tears for Hellmuth, however.  He’s won well over a million dollars at this year’s WSOP and is in serious contention for the World Series of Poker Player of the Year award.

Happy Birthday Phil!

“Dealing w elimination from WSOP Big One at Aria Hotels Spa: just finished "Royal shave," now sunning at pool, next Deep Tissue massage...”

Other Day 4 losers included Jeff Madsen, Humberto Brenes of Costa Rica, Vanessa Rousso, who had been among the top 30 chip leaders earlier in the evening, and Doyle Brunson’s son Todd.

- Ace King, Gambling911.com

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