Phil Hellmuth Arrives At World Series Of Poker In Vegas Dressed As General Patton

Phil Hellmuth Is A Complete Tool (And Another Word I Can't Write Here)

7/8/08 in Poker   |   100%InjuryRate   |   1283 respect



If you don't know who Phil Hellmuth is, he's a very good professional poker player. However, he's also an enormous tool on a grand scale. And because he apparently wanted to create a ton of space between himself and Chad Johnson for the title of biggest jackass in all of pro sports (although I don't consider poker a sport and neither should you), he decided to show up to the World Series of Poker dressed as General Patton with 11 women in tow.

Seriously. I wish I was making this up. (Pics come courtesy of the always awesome Busted Coverage, which has several more)



By the way, if you're wondering why there are 11 women, it's because each one represents one of his World Series of Poker bracelets. Oh man does this dude ever need a serious beat down. Speaking of which, Chuck Liddell was actually at Hellmuth's table yesterday. And as you can see, he was clearly excited by General Tool's arrival.



I don't know about you, but I would have been happy to have let Liddell seriously rough up Hellmuth. I'd have even ponied up for the overpriced Pay-Per-View package to see it.

Phil Hellmuth makes WSOP Entrance [Busted Coverage]
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7/19/12   |   kenlucas123

Boski93 wrote:

If Liddell went Ivan Drago and beat on Helmuth for his Apollo Creed-esque entrance then I would happy throw down $49.99 for it. Hell I would pay that three or four times to allow others to see it as well.

P-ssy.  That's what he is.  I mean, c'mon, any man that cries,whines, and belittles another player who just bluffed the hell out of you, is no man.  Hey Phil!  Exchange your shorts for a pair of panties!!

7/8/08   |   Keeter   |   92 respect

Yeah.....Phil may have dressed up like Patton......however, when Patton went "ALL-IN", he REALLY meant it !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

7/8/08   |   Boski93   |   375 respect

If Liddell went Ivan Drago and beat on Helmuth for his Apollo Creed-esque entrance then I would happy throw down $49.99 for it. Hell I would pay that three or four times to allow others to see it as well.

7/8/08   |   huskerdoug2009   |   2795 respect

I thought what went on in Vegas stayed in Vegas?  I think Hellmuth is just another example of someone with way to much time and money on his hands.