"Poker Brat" To Be Released in August of 2017Published on February 17th, 2017 8:04 pm EST
Earlier this week, Phil Hellmuth gave his fans the chance to vote on what will be the cover of his new book, "Poker Brat".
After years of contemplation, Hellmuth has finally put pen to paper to finish his autobiography. The book, which is reportedly more than 150,000 words in length, will cover Hellmuth's entire career. In addition, Hellmuth will also be offering his thoughts on some of the game's greatest players, including the likes of Phil Ivey and Doyle Brunson.
"Poker Brat: The Story of the World's Greatest Poker Player", will contain a foreward by Daniel Negreanu.
The book, which will be published by D&B Publishing, is set for release in August of 2017. The Ebook will cost $16.95, while the print version is going to retail for $24.95.
Phil Hellmuth, who currently owns 14 World Series of Poker bracelets, is undoubtedly one of the best tournament poker players to have ever lived.
As of this moment, Hellmuth has nearly $21 million in total lifetime live tournament cashes, which puts him at #7 on the all-time money list. Hellmuth has the distinction of having won the World Series of Poker main event and the World Series of Poker Europe main event.
While Phil Hellmuth is obviously a fantastic No Limit Hold'em tournament player, he has also enjoyed a considerable amount of success in other games as well, including Seven Card Stud, HORSE and RAZZ. Despite all of his bluster, there is no denying that Hellmuth is one of the game's top players, as he has managed to maintain his strong results over the decades against increasingly strong competition.
While other players have faded away, Hellmuth has managed to continue to post strong results over the years.
As mentioned, Hellmuth's autobiography will hit stores in the summer of 2017, shortly after the conclusion of the World Series of Poker.
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