Phil Hellmuth Explains Why He Didn't Play WSOP $1m One Drop
This year the World Series of Poker hosted the second-ever $1 million buy-in Big One for One Drop and one player was conspicuously absent: Phil Hellmuth. The leading all-time WSOP bracelet winner played the first One Drop in 2012 but told PokerListings.com that he left the financing too late and was unable to register because one of his backer's failed to wire $130,000 to the Rio in time. Hellmuth spoke to the PokerListings video team during the 2014 WSOP Main Event and gave us the whole story on why he wasn't in the One Drop. Hellmuth goes on to talk about playing in home games with billionaires and how much he learns from sitting with some of the brightest minds in business and technology. Check out the full video interview with Phil Hellmuth from Las Vegas and keep watching PokerListings for the latest news and video from the 2014 World Series of Poker.