A little more than a year ago, the poker world became familiar with the flamboyant, talkative, high-energy, and fearless Randall Emmett. Over the course of Poker After Dark's exciting run since its return in the summer of 2017, Emmett is among the players that have the most appearances on the
Where to start with this past week? Just when you think that #PokerTwitter has settled down a bit, this week things got heated with Dan Bilzerian and Dan 'Jungleman' Cates getting into it, Phil Hellmuth getting, what some would classify as "inappropriate" and Norman Chad flexing on Barstool Sports with
Pot-Limit Omaha Phil Hellmuth moved all in before the flop for 49,500 and got called by Chris Vitch and Stephen Chidwick. The flop was [8h7s3s]. Chidwick moved in for the rest of his stack and was called by Vitch. The three players showed their hands. Hellmuth: [AcKdQc9s] Chidwick: [AsKsQd2d] Vitch: [9h9c7h6c] Vitch was ahead with nines
No Limit Hold'em Dan Shak made the initial raise to 8,000 from the cutoff. Phil Hellmuth called from the button and John Monnette played for a slight discount from the small blind. When the flop was [3h8dAs], Monnette and Shak both checked. Hellmuth bet 9,500 and got both players to fold.
Stud Catching the action on seventh street, Phil Hellmuth bet out and Randy Ohel called. Hellmuth: [XxXx] / [Ad4d4c3h] / [Xx] Ohel: [XxXx] / [Jc4h2dTs] / [Xx] Hellmuth tabled his [AcTdXx] for two pair, and Ohel mucked.
Limit Hold'em Phil Hellmuth raised to 8,000 under the gun and Nick Schulman called from the big blind. The flop landed [KhJc6c] and Schulman check-called a bet of 4,000. The turn fell the [5s] and Schulman checked again. Hellmuth bet 8,000, and Schulman called. The river of the [7h] checked through, and Schulman tabled