Phil Hellmuth loses hand, hears NASCAR driver speak

NASCAR driver talks Phil Helmuth after flip win an...

Playing poker at the poker table with Phil Hellmuth is always an activity for anyone who enjoys leisure activities and has some knowledge of the history of the game. Last week, the greatest WSOP champion of all time participated in a “cheap” cash game to promote the club he recently joined, where he was of course the most popular target.

One of the invited players in this live broadcast of the game is Jason White, a driver who participates in the famous American automobile event NASCAR. The casual player didn’t miss the opportunity to piss off the “Poker Guy” and the two played a hand that ended with the server winning.

Hellmuth is playing for his new club in Houston, Texas, and the buy-in for a table is $5,000, a very low price for an American. Still, no one likes to lose, and listening to trash talk at home is enough to upset Helmuth and cause an explosion. Only this time, the Americans managed to control themselves.

When Helmus heard these taunts, he accepted them calmly and showed a calmer side. This game is one of the most classic flipping games. One player at the table raised to $75, and the NASCAR driver responded with his 3-bet/all-in, winning $4,650. Hellmuth is on the button and decides to call when the player folds.

In a one-on-one showdown, Phil and J-White decided to only card once, and the table shows the result for the driver’s victory. Even with an “easy” win, he was unforgiving: “Why did you go all out? You didn’t even have a pair. I thought you were the best in the world,” he quipped like a good, talkative Brazilian.

Laughing, Jason White took down the $9,410 pot, and Hellmuth just concluded: “Good hand, good hand.”

NASCAR driver talks Phil Helmuth after flip win an...

Comments (3)

  • Cormier.thurman

    This text discusses a poker game between Phil Hellmuth and Jason White, where White taunts Hellmuth but ultimately wins the game. Hellmuth initially reacts calmly to the taunting but ultimately loses the hand and congratulates White.

  • This text describes a poker game between Phil Hellmuth and Jason White, where White taunts Hellmuth before eventually winning the hand. It shows Hellmuth’s calm reaction to the taunts and the end result of White’s victory.

  • This text describes a poker game between Phil Hellmuth and Jason White, with Jason winning a hand and taunting Hellmuth. Despite the trash talk, Hellmuth remained calm and showed sportsmanship in defeat. It illustrates the competitive and entertaining nature of poker games.

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