Phil Hellmuth Wins 11th WSOP Bracelet

by , Jun 11, 2007 | 10:12 pm

LAS VEGAS–With Doyle Brunson still alive at the final four tables of the $5,000 limit hold’em event, Phil Hellmuth just won his 11th World Series of Poker bracelet. Because of a weird quirk pertaining to the super-secret semi-live internet broadcast, the official site won’t have this info up for another hour.

But we know it happened … because Doyle and Johnny Chan just made the bracelet presentation.

We still don’t know who finished second and third, by the way … so I am just going to assume it was Rick Fuller. Nice job, dude!

CORRECTION: Rick got 3rd, winning him $247,518. Silver medal goes to Andy Philacheck ($395k) And Phil got the 11th bracelet … and $637k.

UPDATE: Doyle Brunson went out in 35th place in the quest for the next limit hold’em bracelet.

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