****WSOP Spoiler**** phil hellmuth

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phil is on his way for bracelet #11


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here it was at start from here Live Updates - 2007 World Series of Poker - Event 15, No-Limit Hold’em - PokerListings.com


We hope you're ready for a fantastic day of poker because today Phil Hellmuth will attempt to become the first player to ever win 11 bracelets. Here's a look at the final table seating arrangements and chip stacks:
1.Rick Fuller1779000Seat 12.Phil Hellmuth1482000Seat 83.Scott Clements1232000Seat 24.David Simon880000Seat 65.Morgan Machina834000Seat 36.Ut Nguyen624000Seat 57.Andy Philachack446000Seat 78.Fabrice Soulier344000Seat 49.Taylor Douglas259000Seat 9
  • Level: 19
  • Blinds: $15,000/$30,000
  • Ante: $4,000
  • Average Stack: $876,000
  • Players Left: 9
  • Tables Left: 1
 
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here is where we are at now.

David Simon is done. Simon got involved in a pot with Rick Fuller and this is how the action went down:
Simon pushes all-in with 10-10 and Fuller calls with A
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-Q
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. The flop comes J
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-K
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-A
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and Simon is in trouble. The turn comes 3
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giving Simon no help. The river comes 2
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. Simon is out and Fuller's stack grows even bigger. Also, Hellmuth is one player closer to his 11th bracelet.
  • Level: 20
  • Blinds: $20,000/$40,000
  • Ante: $5,000
  • Average Stack: $876,000
  • Players Left: 5
  • Tables Left: 1
 
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Down to 4.

Hellmuth just busted Scott Clements, and is over 4.5 million in chips.
 
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Storms, this doesn't apply to me, for I follow the wsop anyways, but some people don't like to hear about WSOP events in threads because they would rather watch it on TV. I don't know if this is a TV event, but just a heads up (even for those that aren't TV events) you should put *******WSOP spoiler***** in title for those that would prefer not to know anything about it until they watch it on TV, so that they can just not click this thread.
 
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Storms, this doesn't apply to me, for I follow the WSOP anyways, but some people don't like to hear about WSOP events in threads because they would rather watch it on TV. I don't know if this is a TV event, but just a heads up (even for those that aren't TV events) you should put *******WSOP spoiler***** in title for those that would prefer not to know anything about it until they watch it on TV.

admin if you could handle this for me, thanks.

final tables are broadcast so you have a valid point.
 
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Phil Hellmuth 4,450,000
Andy Philachack 1,550,000
Rick Fuller 1,500,000
Morgan Machina 430,000
 
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Phil Hellmuth has just knocked out one of his biggest competitors, Scott Clements, at the final table. It was an epic hand and it played out like this:
Clements moves all-in for $750,000 and action folds to Phil Hellmuth. Hellmuth thinks for a long while and eventually calls. Surprisingly Clements flips over A
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-5
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which is thoroughly dominated by Hellmuth's A
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-10
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.
The flops comes Q
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-10
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-9
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and Hellmuth is now firmly in the lead with a pair of 10s. The turn comes 8
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, which doesn't help Clements and the final card is 5
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Hellmuth can practically smell the bracelet now, folks.
  • Level: 22
  • Blinds: $40,000/$80,000
  • Ante: $10,000
  • Average Stack: $876,000
  • Players Left: 4
  • Tables Left: 1
 
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I dont know if I will be able to update too much longer but here is where it stands.

The players are going to take a dinner break right now but we're fairly sure all Phil Hellmuth is hungry for is his 11th bracelet. Hellmuth has as many chips as his opponents do combined. Check back in 45 minutes for the exciting finale. Here's the exact chip stacks.


1.Phil Hellmuth$4,450,000

2.Andy Philachack$1,550,000

3.Rick Fuller$1,500,000

4.Morgan Michina$430,000
 
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It should be noted that last year Hellmuth failed in his first quest to win bracelet #10, losing to an unknown. He finally beat Juha Hellipi (another pro) to win #10.

As far as I can tell, he's up against unknowns again.

I will be rooting against him.
 
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It should be noted that last year Hellmuth failed in his first quest to win bracelet #10, losing to an unknown. He finally beat Juha Hellipi (another pro) to win #10.

As far as I can tell, he's up against unknowns again.

I will be rooting against him.

it is also known that he plays better against unknowns then pros!

He is a great tourney player love him or hate him.
 
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not confirmed but this just in

Because of the hour delay between the final table broadcast information is spotty. We're hearing that action is down to three players and Phil Hellmuth has more than $5 million. We can't confirm it yet but we'll keep you posted.
 
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guy is amazing, and storm is it worth getting that FT subscription? is the quality good?
 
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guy is amazing, and storm is it worth getting that FT subscription? is the quality good?


I got it last year for free because they screwed up. Actully everyone got it for free if they logged online and went to website.


I loved it almost didnt want to go to work so I could keep watching it. I dont mind not seeing the hole cards, lets me try to figure it out on my own. Or I could just listen to Jamie Gold he just told us :)
 
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I got it last year for free because they screwed up. Actully everyone got it for free if they logged online and went to website.


I loved it almost didnt want to go to work so I could keep watching it. I dont mind not seeing the hole cards, lets me try to figure it out on my own. Or I could just listen to Jamie Gold he just told us :)

Cool man thanks :)
 
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LOL

just watched one of the videos and Daniel N. was playing 2 events at once jumping back and forth LOL LOL.
 
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Morgan Machina Eliminated

All four players see the flop after Morgan moves all-in with
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; Andy Philacheck has
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; Phil Hellmuth hass
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and Rick Fuller has
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.

The flop is
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, all three players check.
On the
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turn, Andy Philacheck bets out big and both Phil Hellmuth and Rick Fuller fold. The
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on the river would have made trips for Phil Hellmuth but instead Andy Philacheck wins the hand and Morgan Machina is eliminated.
 
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Rick Fuller Eliminated in 3rd

Holding
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, Phil Hellmuth bets out on a flop of
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, after some thought Rick Fuller moves all in and Phil insta-calls. Rick shows
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and is way behind.
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finish the board and Rick Fuller.
 
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Rick Fuller Eliminated in 3rd

Holding
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, Phil Hellmuth bets out on a flop of
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, after some thought Rick Fuller moves all in and Phil insta-calls. Rick shows
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and is way behind.
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finish the board and Rick Fuller.



phil already won!

now I can use this....:confused:
 
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Your details didnt follow, i was saving you the job, so sorry.
 
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