What is Phil Hellmuth’s Net Worth?
Phil Hellmuth, a Wisconsin-born professional poker player, has been a successful figure in the poker game. He was born in July 16, 1964 in Madison, Wisconsin and currently he resides in Palo-Alto California with his wife and children. Phil Helmuth’s professionalism and success in the poker game can be highly attributed to his aggressive and temperamental style of play where he is characterized by disparaging remarks about other players.
Phil has won 13 World Series of poker bracelets, the 1989 World Series of poker (WSOP), 2012 World Series of Poker Europe (WSOPE) main event and the WSOP poker hall of fame. He tasted poker success from as early as 1989 when he was only 24 years of make which made him the youngest ever player to ever win a major event of WSOP; a record that stood until 2008 and later broken again in 2009.
Ever since, he has gone on to feature and win major tournaments all which have generated him a lot of cash. In 2013, although Hellmuth lost to Mike Matusow in the finals of the Nationals Heads-up Poker Championship he ended up winning $300,000 in the process.
World Series of Poker Bracelets:
1989 $10,000 No-Limit Hold’em World Championship $755,000
1992 $5,000 Limit Hold’em $168,000
1993 $1,500 No Limit Hold’em $161,400
1993 $2,500 No limit Hold’em $173,000
1993 $5,000 Limit Hold’em $138,000
1997 $3,000 pot Limit Hold’em $204,000
2001 $2,000 No Limit Hold’em $316,550
2003 $2,500 Limit Hold’em $171,400
2003 $3,000 No limit Hold’em $410,860
2006 $1,000 No limit-Hold’em with rebuys $631,863
2007 $1,500 No Limit Hold’em $637,254
2012 $2,500 Seven-card Razz $182,793
2012 €10,450 No Limit-Hold’em Main Event €1,022,376
Hellmuth has then appeared in season 1, 4 and 6 of the GSN cash game, High Stakes Poker. He was at some point involved in making the software for UltimateBet and he is also a former member of-Team UB. Apart from this, Hellmuth has made a couple of instructional poker videos which include Phill Hellmuth’s Dollar Poker System and Ultimate White to Black Belt Course. In 2004, Hellmuth then partnered with the popular Oasys mobile and they created a mobile application known as Texas Hold’em by Phil Hellmuth. In 2006, he then replaced the famous Phil Gordon as the commentator on Bravo’s show Celebrity Poker Showdown. He is also a coach on Fox Network’s Best Damn Poker Show.
Phil has written a number of poker books such as Bad Beats and Lucky Draws, Play Poker like the Pros, Poker Brat and The Greatest Poker Hands Ever Played among many other educational material on the strategies to use while playing poker as well as a book on how he rose to fame, his struggles and multiple winnings in various poker games and major events.
So what is Phil Hellmuth actually worth?
Given the winnings that this poker legend has accumulated over the years he has been playing, Phil Hellmuth net worth is estimated to be $22 million.
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