Poker star Phil Hellmuth supporting Jim Harbaugh

Apparently, Michigan is the place to be when it comes to Signing Day parties. Not only are Tom Brady, Derek Jeter and Ric Flair attending the event, but so is Hall of Fame Poker player Phil Hellmuth. The legendary player made the announcement of his plans via Twitter. Finished 3 days of filming @PokerNightTV at @TVPokerRoom: won $13,700 total. Next stop is Ann Arbor, Mich to support...
Via Campus Sports Net
February 01, 2016  |  Discuss

Michigan keeps adding more celebrities for signing day

The latest celebrity scheduled to join Jim Harbaugh's national Signing Day event at Michigan comes from the world of poker. Phil Hellmuth shared on Twitter his plans to be in Ann Arbor on Wednesday when the school unveils its newest class of recruits. Harbaugh is hoping for a strong finish that could include Rashan Gary, a defensive tackle from New Jersey who is rated the No. 1...
Via FOX Sports
February 01, 2016  |  Discuss

Hall Of Famer Poker Player Phil Hellmuth Is Heading To Ann Arbor To Support Jim Harbaugh

Jim Harbaugh keeps very interesting company. Michigan alumnus and NFL superstar Tom Brady, and New York Yankees legend Derek Jeter are both heading to Ann Arbor for the Wolverines’ Signing Day party, as is wrestler Ric Flair. It appears that poker star Phil Hellmuth will be joining them at the event. Finished 3 days of filming @PokerNightTV at @TVPokerRoom: won $13,700 total....
Via College Spun
February 01, 2016  |  Discuss

Phil Hellmuth knocked out of World Series of Poker, 237 left

LAS VEGAS (AP) Poker pro Phil Hellmuth's chances at a second World Series of Poker championship have been vanquished as the field in the No-limit Texas Hold `em main event has shrunk to 237 players from nearly 1,200 on Friday evening. The field started with 6,420 players each putting $10,000 on the line. Hellmuth went all-in Saturday with a pair of queens against fellow poker icon...
Via Associated Press
July 12, 2015  |  Discuss

Nearly 1,800 still battle for World Series of Poker prize

LAS VEGAS (AP) The crowd of would-be World Series of Poker champions has narrowed to nearly 1,800 players, each hoping some of the $60.3 million prize pool ends up in their bank accounts. The last 1,000 players will win at least $15,000. The final nine players are guaranteed at least $1 million. Poker stars Phil Hellmuth and Daniel Negreanu remain in the no-limit Texas Hold `em...
Via Associated Press
July 10, 2015  |  Discuss

World Series of Poker win extends Phil Hellmuth's record haul of titles

  Poker star Phil Hellmuth has again extended his World Series of Poker winning record among the card game's all-time greats and dedicated his latest victory to his friend, the late Silicon Valley entrepreneur Dave Goldberg. Hellmuth won his 14th tournament bracelet early Tuesday morning, placing him four ahead of poker's other iconic winners Doyle Brunson, Johnny Chan and Phil...
Via Associated Press
June 09, 2015  |  Discuss

World Series of Poker win extends Phil Hellmuth's record

LAS VEGAS (AP) Poker star Phil Hellmuth says his latest World Series of Poker top finish extending his record wins among all-time card-playing greats is dedicated to his friend, the late Silicon Valley entrepreneur Dave Goldberg. Hellmuth won his 14th tournament bracelet early Tuesday, placing him four ahead of poker's other iconic winners Doyle Brunson, Johnny Chan and Phil Ivey...
Via Associated Press
June 09, 2015  |  Discuss

Hot dog! Last-minute tourney tips from Vegas insiders ... and a pooch

With mere hours left before the tournament finally tips off (sorry, First Four), your brackets should be pretty well set. But for those looking for some last-minute advice … or those fortunate enough to be in Vegas and looking to let it ride on a select game or two, you’re in luck. FOX Sports Live’s ‘Let it Ride’ team is in Sin City, gearing up for the Big Dance. And while...
Via FOX Sports
March 19, 2015  |  Discuss

Poker player Phil Hellmuth is in a Carl’s Jr. ad

Has Carl’s Jr. / Hardee’s convinced you to buy a burger through their continuous use of sexual commercials? No? Well, maybe this ad with poker player Phil Hellmuth will do the trick. In what can only be described as an odd strategic reversal, the burger chain went from smoking ladies rubbing burgers all over their face to … a poker player most people have never heard of or...
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August 28, 2014  |  Discuss

NASCAR Hall of Famer Rusty Wallace, Legendary Poker Champion Phil Hellmuth Tour DAYTONA Rising

NASCAR Hall of Famer Rusty Wallace showed off a racing icon – Daytona International Speedway – to legendary poker champion Phil Hellmuth on Monday by giving the 13-time World Series of Poker champion a “hot lap” around the 2.5-mile tri-oval. Following the “hot lap,” Daytona International Speedway President Joie Chitwood III gave both Wallace, who now serves as an analyst...

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