Phil Hellmuth Takes Down $10,000 Razz ChampionshipPublished on June 9th, 2015 8:32 am EST
Phil Hellmuth won his 14th World Series of Poker bracelet on Monday night after taking down the $10,000 Razz Championship (Event #17) for $271,105. With this victory, Hellmuth now moves four bracelets ahead of Phil Ivey, Johnny Chan and Doyle Brunson on the all-time WSOP bracelet list. In addition, Hellmuth now has 109 lifetime WSOP cashes as well as an astonishing 52 final table appearances.
Phil Hellmuth is generally regarded as being one of the top No Limit Hold'em tournament players in the world. Over the past few years, however, Hellmuth has established the fact that he is proficient in other games as well - in addition to his two Razz bracelets since 2012, Hellmuth has also made deep runs in World Series of Poker Seven Card Stud and No Limit 2-7 Draw Lowball events.
Here is how the final table of this tournament ended up finishing out:
Phil Hellmuth, $271,105
Mike Gorodinsky, $167,517
Adam Owen, $104,914
Mike Leah, $75,964
Thomas Keller, $59,370
Jyri Merivirta, $47,344
Stephen Chidwick, $38,447
Brandon Shack-Harris, $31,727
Shortly after taking down his 14th WSOP bracelet, Hellmuth announced that he would be giving the bracelet to the family of Dave Goldberg, who tragically died earlier this year. Here is what Hellmuth posted on his Twitter account:
"BOOOM!! Won my 14th @WSOP Bracelet!!! Dedicated it to a friend I lost recently: Dave Goldberg. Giving my bracelet to Goldies family"
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