18 | How many hours can Huck Seed stand in the ocean

It’s Friday Prop Bet Day – let’s have some fun! 1996 World Series of Poker Main Event winner Huck Seed is back for Prop Bet Friday! Never one to shy away from a challenge, fellow WSOP Main Event Champ Phil Hellmuth bet Huck that he couldn’t stand in the Pacific Ocean, with water up to his shoulders, for 18 consecutive hours. The Poker Brat put $50,000 on the line. Three hours in, Seed was making his way back…

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72 | Fun bet turns Hellmuth vs Matusow into a great tv moment on High Stakes Poker

Inspired by a PokerNews: Ten Years of High Stakes Poker article celebrating the 10th anniversary of the debut of ‘High Stakes Poker’ on GSN in America, we’ll take a look at some of our favorite hands from the iconic TV show. Poker stars Antonio Esfandiari and Phil Laak love to find new ways to have fun – or get themselves in trouble from time to time – and on this episode of poker, their proposal…

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9,518 | Number of days between bracelet #1 and #14 for Hellmuth

It took Phil Hellmuth 26 years to obtain 14 WSOP gold bracelets, the most by any player in World Series of Poker history. His first came after defeating Johnny Chan heads-up in the 1989 Main Event. His last? This past summer in Las Vegas following his victory over 2015 WSOP Player of the Year Mike Gorodinsky in the Seven Card Razz Championship. In all, 9,518 days have passed by from bracelet #1 to #14 for…

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365 | Phil Hellmuth’s win in Pittsburgh

It was on this day just 365 days ago that Phil Hellmuth would earn his last non-WSOP bracelet victory on the live tournament circuit, winning the Pittsburgh Poker Open, presented at the Rivers Casino. Hellmuth defeated David “ODB” Baker heads-up for the title which, at the time, ended a 13-month winless streak for the Poker Brat. Joseph Couden and Matt Glantz would each earn Top 5 finishes in the tournament. Fab Five | 2014 Pittsburgh Poker Open 1. Phil…

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$500,000 | WPT joins forces with Tiger

The WPT Foundation joined forces with the Tiger Woods Foundation this past May in Las Vegas for Tiger’s Poker Night; a celebrity poker tournament presented by the World Poker Tour. The event kicked off the 17th edition of Tiger Jam. Tiger himself, Phil Hellmuth, Daniel Negreanu, Antonio Esfandiari, Mike Sexton and Vince Van Patten all competed in the event and helped raise over $500,000 for the Tiger Woods Foundation’s College-Access programs. *Photo credit: WPT Foundation // Video…

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13 | Poker Brat wins big in Europe

Poker superstar Phil Hellmuth certainly enjoyed his time in Cannes back in 2012. The Poker Brat left the French Riviera with the WSOP Europe Main Event title, winning WSOP gold for the 13th time of his career. The Main Event final table included Joseph Cheong, Christopher Brammer, Paul Tedeschi and Jason Mercier. Hellmuth would need to wait three years to add his record-extending 14th bracelet. He won #14 this summer in Las Vegas, defeating Mike…

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#14 | Phil Hellmuth’s 1994 win at the Four Queens

Win #14 for Phil! Believe it or not, we’re not talking about Phil Hellmuth‘s record-continuing 14th bracelet victory this summer at the World Series of Poker in Las Vegas but his 14th win on the live tournament circuit, which happened in this day in 1994. Hellmuth won a preliminary event at the Queens Poker Classic in Las Vegas, defeating a legendary final table which would eventually include a pair of fellow Hall of Famers in Mike…

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