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Phil Hellmuth Wins 14th WSOP Gold Bracelet

Published by on June 9, 2015

Phil Hellmuth already owns the most World Series of Poker bracelets, but now he can add one more to his collection. Hellmuth won the $10,000 Razz Championship on Monday to take home his 14th bracelet. His total WSOP winnings now stands at $12,783,905 which ranks him 4th all-time.

Hellmuth got heads-up against Mike Gorodinsky at the final table and was actually down 1,966,000 to 1,100,000 in chips. With the extremely high blinds at this point, it didn’t take long for Hellmuth to take back the lead and win the Razz Championship.

The final hand went down like this: On fourth street, with Gorodinsky holding (T-2)/5-4 and Hellmuth with (7-6)/4-K, Gorodinsky ended up getting his chips all-in. He was dealt T-Q face-up while Hellmuth received T-2. When Hellmuth turned over his final down card to show an Ace, he had the hand locked up and there was no need to even see what Gorodinsky had. With that pair of Tens killing his low, there was no way that Gorodinsky could beat Hellmuth’s A-2-4-6-7.

2015 World Series of Poker Event #17: $10,000 Razz Championship – Final Table Results

1.    Phil Hellmuth – $271,105
2.    Mike Gorodinsky – $167,517
3.    Adam Owen – $104,914
4.    Mike Leah – $75,964
5.    Thomas Keller – $59,370
6.    Jyri Merivirta – $47,344
7.    Stephen Chidwick – $38,447
8.    Brandon Shack-Harris – $31,727

Click Here to see a YouTube video of his winning hand.


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