Hellmuth Looking For Bracelet #16 and $552,182

Published on October 2nd, 2021 12:58 pm EST

Bracelet hunting in Rio Las Vegas.Phil Hellmuth has made yet another World Series of Poker final table.

Later today, Phil Hellmuth will be looking to add a 16th WSOP bracelet to his collection when he takes part in the final table of the $25,000 HORSE event.

Eight other players sit in Hellmuth's way, including Benny Glaser, who will enter the final table with the chip lead (2,590,000 in chips).

Hellmuth will enter the final table with a very respectable stack of about 1.64 million in chips.

Some of the other notable names at the final table will include Matt Glantz and David Benyamine, just to name a few.


Phil Hellmuth is looking to add to his 15 WSOP bracelet collection, and put even more room between himself and Doyle Brunson, Johnny Chan and Phil Ivey.

Phil Ivey, who has indicated that he will be playing in this year's series, has the best shot of catching Hellmuth, though Ivey is still five bracelets behind.

Doyle Brunson and Johnny Chan both have 10 bracelets to this names as well, though both men hardly play any World Series of Poker events these days.

Erik Seidel is still active on the circuit and has nine WSOP bracelets to his name, though he is now 61 years of age and will have to move quickly if he wants to catch the younger Hellmuth.

After Seidel, you have to move quite a bit down the list to find players that are still active that could possibly catch Hellmuth one day, including the likes of Daniel Negreanu (six bracelets) and Daniel Alaei (5 bracelets).


Hellmuth, who is widely regarded as one of the best NLHE tournament players in the world, has shown impressive results in mixed games over the past couple of years, and will be a very tough out at the final table later today.


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