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WATCH: Phil Hellmuth Going For World Series Of Poker Bracelet No. 14

Poker Pro Looking To Regain Four-Bracelet Lead Over Ivey

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Last week, Phil Ivey won his 10th career World Series of Poker bracelet, which pulled him within three of Phil Hellmuth and his 13 lifetime wins. However, at around 4 p.m. local time Thursday at the Rio in Las Vegas, Hellmuth was the second-largest stack at the final table of the $10,000 seven-card stud championship. The big stack was Todd Brunson.

A total of 102 players entered the prestigious event.

Hellmuth has had a great Series so far, accumulating seven cashes and finishing runner-up to Ted Forrest in a $1,500 razz event in early June.

For the WSOP’s live video coverage of the final table, check out the link below.


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