Phil Hellmuth falls short of his 17th WSOP bracelet

Phil Hellmuth 2021

Phil Hellmuth, a true American poker legend and all-time record holder for most WSOP bracelets won, has stopped short of breaking his own record.

The other day, he became the WSOP 2021 Event #84: $50 000 Pot-Limit Omaha High Roller runner-up, earning $734 800 for second place.

Event #84 had an impressive prize pool of $4 069 370, featuring 85 high rollers at the tables. The final table, in particular, was full of poker professionals.

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Phil Hellmuth lost heads-up to another American poker pro Jeremy Ausmus. For the victory, Jeremy received $1 188 910 and a gold bracelet, of course. By the way, he has recorded three WSOP bracelets so far.

Third place and $519 760 went to the Canadian poker superstar Daniel Negreanu. In addition to this stellar trinity, there were several other strong players at the final table. In total, 13 players entered the ITM zone; the minimum payout was $83 950.

Event #84: $50 000 Pot-Limit Omaha High Roller Final Table Results

PlacePlayerCountryPayout
1Jeremy Ausmus
USA$1 188 910
2Phil HellmuthUSA$734 800
3Daniel NegreanuCanada$519 760
4Alexander Petersen
Denmark
$376 370
5Laszlo Bujtas
Hungary$279 160
6Jared Bleznick
USA$212 220
7Josh Arieh
USA$165 450
8Ben Lamb
USA$132 370
9Veselin Karakitukov
Bulgaria$108 750
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