Flashback Friday - Phil Hellmuth Can Dodge Bullets Baby
In this week's edition of Flashback Friday, we head back to
the 2005 World Series of Poker Main Event. The featured player this week is none other than 13-time
bracelet winner and former Main Event champion Phil
Hellmuth. Hellmuth picks up Ac-Ks and raises to 1,500. His opponent
picks up pocket aces and min-raises to 3,000.
2005 World Series of Poker,
I Can Dodge Bullets Baby,
Phil Hellmuth is Indeed a Cancer
The poker world has been in a major uproar recently over
comments made by Daniel Colman claiming that Phil Hellmuth
is a cancer on society. This is where I normally chime in with my comments either
defending or condemning Colman's comments but my research
has discovered an interesting fact. Phil Hellmuth is indeed a Cancer. Cancer is the astrological sign for those born from June 22
- July 22.
Phil Hellmuth Cancer
2014 WSOP Predictions Revisited
The 2014 World Series of Poker is now concluded until
November and this year's series has proven the most
successful in history. Back in mid-May, I made my annual
WSOP prediction and once again, I cranked out more wins than
losses, but just barely. Ivey and Hellmuth Win Bracelets - Daniel Blanks -- Result:
Selbst Wins Women Make an Impact - Result: Half Credit
At Least Two Qualifiers from WSOP. com Make the November Nine
Mixed Game Tournament Set Records - Result: Epic Win
Main Event Field = 7,063 - Result - Half Credit.
2014 World Series of Poker,
2014 WSOP Main Event,
ONE DROP Champion to Win $20 Million - Not So Fast
Congratulations to future the 2014 Big One for ONE DROP
champion. On paper, you will take home $20 million in prize. How much will that champion take home in reality? Good
question. Greg Merson recently spoke on the realities of many pros
playing in the ONE DROP event.
Big One for ONE DROP,
You Can Meet Phil Hellmuth for Just $16,700
Would you pay $16,700 just to interact with Phil Hellmuth?
QUIT LAUGHING!!! It was a serious.
World Series of Poker
Five Easy 2012 WSOP Predictions Revisited
Back in May, I made Five Easy 2012 WSOP
Predictions[http://www. pokerjunkie. com/five-easy-2012-wsop-predictions]
just prior to the 2012 World Series of Poker kicking off. With the Main Event now on hiatus until October, I figured
it was time to revisit those picks and see whether I hit the
2012 World Series of Poker,
2012 World Series of Poker Predictions,
2012 WSOP Main Event,
2012 WSOP Octo-Nine,
2012 WSOP October Nine,
Phil Hellmuth Wins Bracelet #12 and the Fall of #BadJuju
Phil Hellmuth finally took down his 12th WSOP bracelet last
night by winning the $2,500 Razz Event. Â This was going
down while the "Tiger Woods of Poker", Phil Ivey, was going
after his 9th over in the $10k PL Hold'em Event. In the end, Hellmuth continued to add to his career total
while Ivey just missed out. Â Thinking about it, if Ivey
is the "Tiger Woods of Poker", wouldn't that make Hellmuth
Think about it.
2012 World Series of Poker,
I Want What Phil Hellmuth is Smoking
Can I have what Phil Hellmuth is smoking?
"I wouldn't be surprised if online poker was passed in the
next five days. "
I've got my Baked Cheetos ready for whatever wacky weed that
Hellmuth is smoking. Did his Magic 8-Ball tell him that online poker regulation
was likely soon or is this just another Hellmuth sales
Don't get me wrong. I like Phil.
online poker legalization,
online poker legislation,
pass the bowl,
2011 WSOP November Nine Update - Heinz On Top While O'Dea Drops Like a Rock
We're still at 9 players going into the second break in the
November Nine. Â Pius Heinz has be far been the biggest
surprise in my opinion. Â He has skyrocketed to the chip
leadership with 49. 95 Million in chips.
2011 WSOP Main Event,
2011 WSOP November Nine,
WSOP Europe Predictions Revisited
The WSOP Europe has reached their final table with Shawn
Buchanan, Chris Moorman, and Jake Cody headlining. Â
Normally I would wait until after Main Event was finished to
update my predictions, but since none of my predictions are
impacted by the final table, I figured I would go ahead and
share how I did. *Phil Hellmuth Will Have One Strong Showing and May Take the
POY Lead - Push*
After Hellmuth whiffed Events 2 through 7, I almost
considered this a loss, but since my wording said "may take
the lead" I get to call this a push. Â I know, I am angle
shooting my own predictions.
2011 WSOP Europe,