Phil...STFU...Play WITHOUT sunglasses and a hat like REAL POKER players!! It should be a rule among ALL professional poker players to shun wearing hats and especially sunglasses. STOP HIDING!!! We want to see your tears!!! LOL
Be nice n lose to Phil or else he's gonna take his chips n some cards n go home. He's been playing for more than 20 years. It's not cool... Be nice to him. I mean his reading abilities r top notch. Come on! idiots....
I dont watch poker, nor do I play. But I watch enough competitive sports to know that a person whos always an ass makes the matches and tension much more entertaining. We all need someone to hate, and we all love to hate this Hellmuth guy.
The best thing is that you can tell he's doing this as an act. When he has his "explosions" he still calls his wife honey lol. The Hellmuth character is an ass, but the Hellmuth person is probably super rad to hang and play with.
For the life of me I can’t understand why no one has ever cracked that dick right in the mouth. He’s a bully ,arrogant entitled pos.how has no one whipped his ass literally. Every man has a breaking point.
9:30 sooooo..... its not okay for phil for being insulted but its OK for Phil to insulting other people and tell them to shut up?? Dude you need a lot of punches and kicks in your Face!
What a fucking asshole!
Excuse my ignorance, definitely an amateur player, if not worse, that just happened to get sucked into Hellmuth vids. But.. what's a slow roll? And how can anything in poker play be 'rude'; the goal is to beat the other players out of their money lol.
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