In Round 4 of the High Stakes Duel, Phil Hellmuth battled last-minute opponent Scott Seiver for a staggering $800,000. This poker hand highlights exactly why Hellmuth should still be considered one of the greatest poker players ever. Time and time again in these heads-up matches he has come from behind
An official date and time have finally been announced for the largest High Stakes Duel match ever. The heads-up showdown will see 16-time World Series of Poker bracelet winner Phil Hellmuth square off against high-stakes tournament crusher Jason Koon, who has more than $41.4 million in cashes to his name.
Premium hands were few and far between for Phil Ivey in his first appearance on Hustler Casino Live since October 2021, but he still lost nearly $200,000, while Garrett Adelstein had an unusually brutal session and dropped $238,000. The game, commentated by David Tuchman and Billy “DGAF,” was slated to
08:0112 Sep Doug Polk and Phil Hellmuth have crossed swords once again on Twitter. The pair have a history of bickering on social media and following an explosive interview on the Nick Vertucci Show Polk has responded to some pointed comments by the “Poker Brat”. Why All the Criticism? The
Emptying the clip on a bluff with seven-high against Phil Ivey is a gutsy play, and that’s exactly what Christoph Vogelsang attempted on Day 2 of the $200,000 buy-in Coin Rivet Invitational at Triton Poker Cyprus. Ivey was on his second bullet after busting with a king-high flush against the