Phil Hellmuth Makes WSOP History

Phil Hellmuth is a top poker player who is known for making history in the poker industry. The poker pro has thirteen World Series of Poker bracelet wins and has made millions of dollars participating in online game play as well as in top poker tournaments. The pro has recently made history by earning 100 cash outs in WSOP events. The pro competed in the €2,200 No Limit Hold’em Event #5 and cashed out, earning his 100th WSOP pay day, making history in the industry.

Hellmuth competed in the event at the 7th Annual World Series of Poker Europe and survived the bubble to be able to cash out. This is the first time that a player has been able to earn 100 cash outs in WSOP events.

After he hit the 100 pay day in the WSOP, Hellmuth took to Twitter and stated: “Feels wonderful to hit my #WSOPCash100!! I’ve got 99 cashes, & a 100th one! BUT no time to celebrate as I’m in the zone w 36 players left.”

It was back in 1988 that Hellmuth was able to earn his very first WSOP win. So it has taken 25 years to be able to earn the 100 WSOP cash outs. Since his first win, Hellmuth has been able to win over $12 million just from the WSOP and he has earned a record number of WSOP bracelet wins at 13. Hellmuth is the one player who has earned the most WSOP bracelet wins as well as most cash outs, making him one of the most popular players in the world.

Hellmuth’s story is definitely interesting and we continue to follow his career as he continues to dominate the industry, taking down wins and cashing out in major tournament events. The pro is sure to continue to do well as he takes on event after event!