Phil Hellmuth Net worth, Money and More

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NET WORTH: $ 20 Million

Phil Hellmuth: The Brat of Poker

Phil Hellmuth: The Brat of Poker

Phil Hellmuth is a professional Poker player. He was born on 16 July 1964. He was born in Madison, Wisconsin, America. He owns thirteen ‘World Series of Poker’ Bracelets. He won the 1989 World Series of Poker. He is inducted in the Poker Hall of fame. He won the 2012 World Series of Poker Europe. He resides in Palo Alto, California. He is known for his temperamental attitude.


Phil Hellmuth in a Poker Gamne.

Phil Hellmuth in a Poker Gamne.

Hellmuth attended the University of Wisconsin-Madison for a period of 3 years. He dropped out, thereafter, and started a full-time career in poker. He has won about $ 17,978,409 through his poker tournaments. H e stands at the 5 position in terms of all-time money. He takes his seat in the tournament long after they begin. In 1989, Hellmuth became the youngest player to win a main event. He, then, defeated the 2 time champion Johnny Chan. He has a record of most numbers of WSOP clashes i.e. 99. Until 2103, he has won about $ 12,000,000. He ranks second in the all-time WSOP money list. 12 of the 13 bracelets he won were from Texas hold’em. 20 of his 47 table finals were from a variety. Hellmuth has seven Main Event clashes- 1988, 1989, 1997, 2001, 2003, 2008, and 2009. He is just behind Berry Johnston, Humberto Brenes and Bobby Baldwin. Hellmuth won his 10th World Series bracelet at the 2006 WSOP. Hellmuth won his 11th bracelet at WSOP in 2007. He won it I the $ 1500 No limit event. He arrived in the 2007 WSOP in a race car with 11 sexy models. A light accident happened that night but no one was hurt. In 2008, he arrived at the WSOP Main Event in a military dress. In the 2011 World Series of Poker, Hellmuth finished second. In the 2012 World Series of Poker, Hellmuth won his 12th bracelet in WSOP. He earned $182,793.Onoctober 4 2012, Phil won his 13th WSOP bracelet. Phil Hellmuth has never won a World Poker Tour tournament. He has cashed it 13 times. In March 2010, he made the final table in the $ 10,000 event. He is known as the ‘ Brat of Poker’ for his unusual behavior during the game. He often wears sunglasses in the dark.


Hellmuth also appears on the Poker after Dark as a player and as a commentator. He won a net 4$ 100,000. He won the season 3 of Late Night Poker. Hellmuth won the second prize but still won $ 300,000. He appeared in the seasons of High stakes poker. He has made many videos on poker. He has even written a book named “Deal me in”. It has biographies of Daniel Negreanu, Doyle Brunson, Chris Ferguson, Johny Clan, Scotty Nguyen and many others. Phil Hellmuth collaborated with Oasys Mobile for the release of Texas Hold’em by Phil Hellmuth. It was one of the most famous games of that time. In 2008, he launched a website, The website contained Hellmuth and other brand poker stuff.


The Brat of Poker: Phil Hellmuth live on Television.

The Brat of Poker: Phil Hellmuth live on Television.

Hellmuth is known for his temperamental behavior. He once fought Sam Grizzle but no one was injured.  He is known as a ‘poker brat’. He often indulges in feuds and fights while playing. He has been penalized numerous times because of his behavior.


“Anyone that watched televised poker in ’04 and ’03 saw me take a lot of bad beats — key hands in key situations. Also, from 2002 to 2004, I didn’t play more than four or five events a year. And despite that, I made a couple of final tables in 2003. So I didn’t do too badly, all things considered.”

“The thing was, in high school I was a bit of a loser; I wasn’t very socially adept; I didn’t have a ton of friends and I wasn’t getting high grades. I had probably a B average, which was considered terrible in my family, and all my brothers and sisters were getting A’s. So I felt pretty down about that. I had no friends, I had bad acne, but I always clung to this deeply embedded belief that I had some kind of amazing talent and that I would do some amazing things. Rose Gladden’s prediction just fuelled that belief.”

“Well, even in college I wasn’t doing particularly well as far as grades go, but I was holding my own. I discovered a regular poker game and just started working hard on learning how to play. And the next thing you know, I guess I did achieve some amazing things.”

“Winning the WSOP in 1989 was a huge moment; that was a lifetime goal. Winning three bracelets in 1993 with a second-place finish, that was pretty big, too. And for some reason, winning the Poker EM in Vienna in 2000 was pretty special. It was my first 7-Card Stud victory. I just liked the pageantry and flair of the whole thing. And when my book, Play Poker Like the Pros, made the New York Times Best Seller List, I was on cloud nine.”




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