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WSOP 2023_ Phil Hellmuth Wins Historic 17th Bracelet In Super Turbo Bounty Poker
Mrinal Gujare
Posted on 02 Jul, 2023
By Mrinal Gujare
On 02 Jul, 2023
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By Mrinal Gujare
On 02 Jul, 2023
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WSOP 2023: Phil Hellmuth Wins Historic 17th Bracelet In Super Turbo Bounty 


Finally! Phil Hellmuth proves that he is a true poker legend. The pro who’s doing pretty well at the World Series Of Poker (WSOP) 2023 has shipped Event 72 Super Turbo Bounty. He now has a record of winning 17 WSOP gold bracelets, the highest number by any poker player in history. Congratulations to Phil Hellmuth. The pro was heads-up with Justin Zaki and it did not take long for Hellmuth to take down Super Turbo Bounty and a pay cheque of $803,818. The runner-up takes home a prize money of $496,801.

WSOP 2023: Phil Hellmuth Wins Historic 17th Bracelet In Super Turbo Bounty

Phil Hellmuth Wins Historic 17th Bracelet In WSOP 2023 Super Turbo Bounty 

Final Hand In WSOP 2023 Super Turbo Bounty

It was on the very first hand of the heads-up play when the winner of this tourney was decided. Hellmuth and his rival locked horns for the bracelet. Both players limped in and saw a flop of 8♠ K♣ 4♠. Here, Hellmuth had 8 4 and Zaki played with 7 6 . The turn came 4 and Hellmuth hit a full house. The river was K which sealed the deal for Hellmuth’s record-breaking 17th WSOP gold bracelet.  

Phil Hellmuth talks about his 17th WSOP gold bracelet

Phil Hellmuth wins historic 17th WSOP Bracelet

Phil Hellmuth vs Phil Ivey

It’s one hell of a day at the World Series Of Poker 2023 Super Turbo Bounty event. Why so? This one day event saw 16-time WSOP bracelet winner kick out Phil Ivey. Yes folks, just the other day we reported how the 10-time WSOP bracelet winner had shut down Hellmuth with his comment when the latter blabbered a lot to Ivey in the Poker Players Championship event. Looks like Hellmuth showed Ivey who’s the boss in a hand which saw Ivey exit the Super Turbo Bounty event. 

Phil Hellmuth Eliminates Phil Ivey

Level 33 when blinds were at 200,000/400,000, big blind ante 400,000, Ivey from under the gun position moved all-in and his rival Hellmuth re-jammed from the middle position holding Pocket Rockets. Ivey KTs had an uphill task of beating pocket aces. 


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The dealer fanned out a flop of 4♠Q4. This gave Hellmuth two pairs and kept him ahead. The turn brought J♥ and that gave Ivey a straight draw. But a 3♣ river meant it was time for Ivey to pack up and leave the tournament in sixth place for $133,461. 

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