Phil Hellmuth finished sixth in the last WSOP 2019 event
Phil Hellmuth missed his last chance to win a gold bracelet this year. The poker player reached the final table in the last event of the anniversary WSOP 2019 hoping to win. But Poker Brat was unable to do so and finished sixth. This place brought the American $94 800; this prize money is far from amount he expected to get.
Finished 6th place ($95,000) in @WSOP Turbo. My 3rd Final Table in the Turbo in 4 years! Next, I’m LIVE on ESPN “Break Desk,” covering WSOP Main Event Final Table. Turn on ESPN NOW and see if Dario can win. Dario is feeling sick: beware of the sick person! $10 Million for 1st!— phil_hellmuth (@phil_hellmuth) 17 июля 2019 г.
Other people became heroes of the tournament that day. American Tony Dunst and British player Carl Shaw entered the heads-up event, and it was they who fought for the last gold bracelet of the series. According to prize money throughout entire career, Tony overcomes Carl: the American has earned over $3 000 000, and the British man has recorded "only" $700 000.
After the event was complete, Carl got closer to his opponent on this criterion since he won the tournament. For the victory, the player got WSOP bracelet and $606 000 in prize money. For his part, the event runner-up received $374 800 for the second place.
WSOP 2019: $5 000 No-Limit Hold’em final table results
- Carl Shaw (UK) – $606 500
- Tony Dunst (USA) – $374 800
- Luke Graham (USA) – $259 500
- Jordan Cristos (USA) – $182 500
- Lars Kamphues (Germany) – $130 500
- Phil Hellmuth (USA) – $94 800