Hellmuth's milestone - 100 cashes in WSOP

  • Today Phil Hellmuth has broken his own record by collecting his 100th cash in WSOP. That does add nicely to his 13 bracelets, right?

  • He has done it! After falling a bit short just two days before, Phil Hellmuth has broken his own WSOP record - 100 cashes in WSOP tournaments. Also, a bunch of live events are coming up - WSOPE Main Event, UKIPT Isle of Man and Premier League. And the word goes around, High Stakes Poker might return to TV!

    Hellmuth's 100th WSOP Cash

    Many poker players and fans have very separate thoughts on how good is Phil Hellmuth. But no one can deny that he gets things done. Hellmuth, holding several WSOP records, has just reached another massive milestone - 100 cashes in WSOP events.

    He finished 29th out of 337 at €2.200 No Limit Hold'em event. The same event has now been played to the Final Table that is lead by Erik Seidel. But with 7 players left anything can happen.

    At the moment, 49 year old 13-time bracelet winner leads by 21 cashes against his nearest competitor - Erik Seidel with 79 cashes. Phil Hellmuth also hold a record with the most bracelet wins and is second after Antonio Esfandiari by most money won in WSOP tournaments.

    But the hottest action is stating only now as 19-20 October are the days to enter €10.000 WSOPE Main Event while €25.000 WSOPE High Roller kicks off on 22 October.

    Top players book their seats to play in Isle of Man

    UKIPT Isle of Man event will commence in a couple of weeks, 30 October. All the biggest poker stars like Liv Boeree, Daniel Negreanu, Jason Mercier, Vanessa Rousso and other Pokerstars pros have already booked their seats.

    The list will go longer as the poker site also runs qualifiers available to all poker players.

    Premier League VII is back

    Party Poker's Premier League is back this November. It's a $125 buy-in event with 12 players. Half of the the participating players have been confirmed to be Tony G, Vanessa Selbst, Jeff Gross, Phil Laak, Johnathan Duhamel and Antonio Esfandiari.

    Who would you pick to fill the remaining seats?