HELLMUTH DENIED BRACELET 17?! | Day 33 Highlights | WSOP 2022
After three full days of play, David Jackson was crowned the winner of the 2022 World Series of Poker Event #65: $3,000 Freezeout No-Limit Hold'em inside Bally’s and Paris, Las Vegas. The now two-time WSOP bracelet winner beat Phil Hellmuth in heads-up play to secure the $598,173 first-place prize. Hellmuth, who was closing to extending his bracelet collection to 17, walked away with a $369,698 payday.
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00:00 - Intro - Jessica Teusl Wins Bracelet
01:22 - Tweet
01:47 - $10K Super Turbo
02:22 - Tweet
02:52 - $1K Million Bounty
04:13 - Tweet
04:49 - Hellmuth Beaten Heads Up
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