Hellmuth Makes Final Table of WSOP APAC $2,200 Six-Max No Limit Hold'emPublished on October 10th, 2014 5:48 pm EST
Phil Hellmuth has made his 52nd World Series of Poker final table and will be looking to win his 14th WSOP bracelet when the final table of the WSOP APAC $2,200 Six-Max No Limit Hold'em event gets underway on Saturday afternoon.
Hellmuth is in good shape to make a run at his 14th bracelet as he managed to finish Day 2 of the event with a healthy chip stack. Here are the stacks heading into Saturday's final table:
Steven Zhou, 315,000
Alexander Antonios, 278,000
Michael Tran, 274,000
Yu Kurita, 269,500
Phil Hellmuth, 266,500
Bruno Politano, 65,000
Hellmuth helped himself greatly when he eliminated Kris Nestorovic in the final hand of the day. After a flop of As-9s-4c, Hellmuth and Nestorovic got their remaining stacks into the middle of the table. The two players turned up:
Hellmuth - Ad-9d
Nestorovic - Ac-Qs
The board ran out 8h-6h, giving Hellmuth the victory in the hand and a healthy boost to his stack.
Here are the final table payouts in AUD:
1st - $128,784
2nd - $79,646
3rd - $55,365
4th - $38,909
5th - $27,624
6th - $19,809
Phil Hellmuth currently has 13 World Series of Poker bracelets to his name, three ahead Doyle Brunson, Johnny Chan and Phil Ivey.
Hellmuth's last bracelet came in 2012 when he took down the WSOPE Main Event for over 1 million Euros.
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