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Phil Hellmuth Jr.

Professional Poker Player Bio:

Phil Hellmuth, in classic John McEnroe style, has proven himself to be both one of the most proficient tournament poker players of all time and one of the most cantankerous poker figures of all. Perhaps it’s because he is the smartest guy at the table, or perhaps it’s because he just thinks it, but he always seems to get upset when someone beats him, whether by luck or skill… but its pretty obvious that Phil doesn’t consider getting beaten by skill a possibility. Whether true or not (does it even matter), from a fans perspective it’s very transparent and despicable, and in a nut shell that’s why fans love to root against Phil Hellmuth Jr.

Unfortunately, for Phil Hellmuth, whose lifetime ambition is to be the greatest poker player of all time, he may well achieve his goal, but ultimately go into the poker history books more for his ill-gotten public perception. And the sad part is he’s probably a nice guy.

Phil Hellmuth’s poker prowess is unmatched. He’s the top World Series of Poker money winner of all time, and has 9 wins tying him with poker legends Doyle Brunson and Johnny Chan, and he’s still very young. In 1998, at 24, he was the youngest World Series of Poker Championship Event winner ever. With the poker world absolutely exploding in popularity, Phil Hellmuth is positioned well to achieve his ambitions on a much larger stage than even he ever imagined. Hopefully, he lets his cards and peers do his bragging for him, and gets out of the way.

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Big Wins:

  • 1989 WSOP Championship Event – May 1989 – 1st - $755K
  • 2003 WSOP No-limit Hold’em – May 2003 – 1st - $410K
  • 2001 WSOP No-limit Hold’em – May 2001 – 1st - $317K
  • 2001 WSOP Championship Event – May 2001 – 5th - $304K
  • WPT – World Poker Finals (Foxwoods) – Nov. 2003 – 3rd - $282K
  • 1997 WSOP Pot-limit Hold’em – May 1997 – 1st - $204K
  • 1992 WSOP Limit Hold’em – May 1992 – 1st - $188K
  • 2003 WSOP Limit Hold’em – May 2003 – 1st - $171K
  • 1993 WSOP No-Limit Hold’em ($3K) – May 1993 – 1st - $173K
  • 1993 WSOP No-Limit Hold’em ($1.5K) – May 1993 – 1st - $161K
  • 1993 WSOP Limit Hold’em – May 1993 – 1st - $138K

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