PartyPoker The Poker Show is a new online poker radio show hosted by Jesse May featuring news and interviews with your favorite poker pros. In this week's show Phil Hellmuth boldly states that it would be impossible for Phil Ivey to take the lead in WSOP bracelets earned in the next five years.
Now that is a prop bet I would like to see materialize, but until it does we have created a poll to see what your thoughts are.
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The Poker Show 1 - 30th June featuring Party Poker pros Kara Scott, Mike Sexton and Tony G
Kara Scott, Mike Sexton and Tony G Interview
The Poker Show 2 - 4th July featuring the start of the WSOP in Las Vegas
The Poker Show 3 - 7th July featuring an interview with Luke Schwartz
Luke Schwartz Interview
The Poker Show 4 - 12th July featuring an interview with Tom “Durrrr” Dwan from his trailer at the WSOP where he reveals some information about the prop bet which had many pros worried when he was heads-up in a WSOP event.
Tom “Durrrr” Dwan Interview
The Poker Show 5 (July 14) featuring an interview with Phil Hellmuth about his WSOP grand entrances, partying, his golf game and his lead in WSOP bracelets winners.
Phil Hellmuth Interview
In the 5th episode of The Poker Show Jesse May asks Phil Hellmuth on his views of Phil Ivey beating his lead on WSOP bracelets earned.
"Ivey won't pass me in five years. That's impossible. I shouldn't say its impossible, I don't think it'll happen. I think maybe in five years I'll be at 14 or 15, and maybe he's at 11 or 12. I don't know. I think that he won't pass me in five years."
What are your views on the matter so far Hellmuth is in the lead with 11 WSOP bracelets to his name and Phil Ivey has just earned his 8th WSOP bracelet this year.
World Poker Tour Bellagio Cup VI
In recent news Phil Ivey has just placed 3rd in the Bellagio Cup VI after his late registration into the event, this is Ivey's ninth final table finish in a WPT event. Late registration was available for players who were busted out of the WSOP main event.
This year there were 353 entrants in the WPT event which includes: Daniel Negreanu, Phil Hellmuth, Joe Hachem, Jeffrey Lisandro, James Akenhead, Men Nguyen, Erick Lindgren, Liv Boeree, Justin Bonomo and Tom Dwan all competing for the WPT title and $3.4 million prize pool.
Bellagio Cup VI Results
- Moritz Kranich - $875,150
- Justin Smith - $594,755
- Phil Ivey - $363,650
- John Caridad - $237,902
- Rob Akery - $169,930
- Eric Afriat - $118,950