9,518 | Number of days between bracelet #1 and #14 for Hellmuth

Phil-Hellmuth

It took Phil Hellmuth 26 years to obtain 14 WSOP gold bracelets, the most by any player in World Series of Poker history. His first came after defeating Johnny Chan heads-up in the 1989 Main Event. His last? This past summer in Las Vegas following his victory over 2015 WSOP Player of the Year Mike Gorodinsky in the Seven Card Razz Championship.

In all, 9,518 days have passed by from bracelet #1 to #14 for the most decorated player in the history of the WSOP!

Hellmuth Bracelet Wins By Year
1989 (1) – Main Event
1992 (1) – No Limit Hold’em
1993 (3) – No Limit Hold’em (2), Limit Hold’em (1)
1997 (1) – Pot Limit Hold’em
2001 (1) – No Limit Hold’em
2003 (2) – Limit Hold’em
2006 (1) – No Limit Hold’em w/re-buys
2007 (1) – No Limit Hold’em
2012 (2) – Seven Card Razz, WSOP Europe Main Event
2015 (1) – Seven Card Razz Championship

Photo credit: Jules Pochy/Global Poker Index
Statistical information: The Hendon Mob

 

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