Justin Bonomo wins WSOP Big One for One Drop $1 million charity poker tournament

The fourth iteration of the Big One for One Drop, featured 27 players each ponying up the $1 million buy-in and after three days of play,...

sabato 15 luglio 2017

Phil Hellmuth aiming to 'change humanity'

LAS VEGAS -- Whether it's sitting at the ESPN featured table under the hot lights, or bumping into a reporter in the hallways of the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino and taking part in an impromptu interview, Hellmuth's bravado gauge is always on full.


You want salacious statements and audacious assertions? President Trump has got nothing on the Poker Brat.

Hellmuth busted in the World Series of Poker Main Event on Day 2C, but was back at the Rio on Thursday for a book signing. He says he is being told by friends that his new autobiography — titled, simply, Poker Brat, The Story of the World's Greatest Poker Player, — is "way too personal" and that people "can't put it down."

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