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Phil Hellmuth Won A WSOP Bracelet Again

The American professional poker player Phil Jerome Hellmuth Jr. won his 13th WSOP bracelet and proved to the whole poker community once again that he is the best poker player on earth. The 48-year-old poker pro led with chips throughout the whole tournament.

Becoming the best once again, Hellmuth left Stephane Albertini on third place and the Russian player Sergii Baranov on second place with a win of €632,592. Phil Hellmuth left the WSOP Main Event with the bracelet and the amazing first prize €1,022,376.

The legendary player Doyle Brunson called Hellmuth “the best tournament poker player that ever lived” and all his fans agreed with it.

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