Phil Hellmuth turned the tide against Scott Seiver with a bold river bluff and went on to win the $800,000 “High Stakes Duel III” No-limit Hold’em match.
Chance Kornuth, ranked in the top three poker players nationwide, is selling his Southern Highlands home for $3.5 million.
Phil Hellmuth will face poker pro Scott Seiver in the next round of “High Stakes Duel III.”
Phil Hellmuth will have a new opponent for the latest installment of “High Stakes Duel III,” according to PokerGO.
After failing to cash in the first 10 events, Sean Winter won the $25,000 buy-in No-limit Hold’em event for $440,000 and the $50,000 buy-in No-limit Hold’em series finale for $756,000.
Thirty years after Erik Seidel beat Phil Hellmuth to win the first of his nine World Series of Poker bracelets, Seidel defeated Hellmuth at the U.S. Poker Open.
Phil Hellmuth reached a record seven final tables at the 2021 World Series of Poker, and the “Poker Brat” was at it again this week at the U.S. Poker Open in Las Vegas.
The Wynn Millions, a $10,000 No-limit Hold’em tournament starting Thursday, again has one of the largest prize pool guarantees in poker history.
The World Series of Poker will be held at Bally’s (soon to be Horseshoe Las Vegas) and Paris Las Vegas from May 31 to July 20. There are 88 events on the schedule.
Poker stars Doyle Brunson, Phil Ivey, Daniel Negreanu and more will compete on the new season of “High Stakes Poker” starting Monday on PokerGO.
Phil Hellmuth built a big lead on one key hand, then cruised to victory over Tom Dwan in a $200,000 buy-in heads-up No-limit Hold’em match on PokerGO.
Phil Hellmuth’s 7-0 streak in the made-for-TV poker format ended in August when he lost to high-stakes standout Tom Dwan in a $100,000 buy-in match.
Ali Imsirovic, who was born in Bosnia-Herzegovina and lives in Washington, won 14 events and earned more than $6 million in prize money.