Three days of live cash game by Phil Hellmuth on Live At The Bike

Phil Hellmuth

You can always look at three things: how fire burns, how water flows, and how Phil Hellmuth, the owner of the most WSOP gold bracelets, tilts at poker tables.

Very soon, the poker community will have a chance to once again witness the "righteous wrath" of the legendary poker player if he is unlucky at the Live At The Bike poker show. Perhaps not everyone remembers, but it was on this show that a few years ago there was a poker hand due to which Hellmuth furiously left the game.

Live At The Bike is a weekly online poker show where an expensive cash game is broadcast, and famous poker players gather at the tables of this show.

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In early August, Hellmuth held a vote among his Twitter followers, in which he offered to choose which show he would play live cash for three days.

The choice of his fans fell on Live At The Bike, and Hellmuth himself said that he would invite several of his friends to play.

Phil Hellmuth in Twitter

The first day of the promising cash game starts today and Phil is set to play on the 25th and 25th of August as well. According to preliminary data, Mike Matusow, Eric Hicks, Chance Kornuth, Bill Klein, and Garrett Adelstein will play at the same table with "Poker Brat".

The playing hall itself, in which Live At The Bike takes place, has also undergone several changes. The scenery and commentary booth were reconstructed. Many improvements have been made, including new lighting, sound, and 4K capable cameras.

Everyone can watch the epic battle of famous poker players on the Live At The Bike YouTube channel. Probably Hellmuth will be more restrained than last time. However, do not forget about Kornuth and Matusow, who, most likely, will try to get Phil into tilt. In any case, the show promises to be interesting.

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