Phil Hellmuth attempted to make history with a 17th bracelet at the 2021 World Series of Poker (WSOP) Event #36: $10,000 Dealer’s Choice Championship, but he was denied during heads-up play by Adam Friedman, who pulled off an incredible comeback along with one of the most impressive feats in WSOP history. Friedman took home $248,350 for the accomplishment, his fourth gold WSOP bracelet and the third consecutive time he’s won this very same tournament. No player in history had ever gone back-to-back-to-back in the same WSOP event. The Event attracted 93 entrants, 14 of whom cashed. Friedman now has four gold bracelets and over $2 million in WSOP cashes. Lára met with him after his historic win to find out how it feels to make WSOP history, his thoughts on going up against Hellmuth in that moment & he reveals how he adjusted his game selection strategy heads up against the “Poker Brat”. Friedman will now turn his attention to the $50K Poker Players Championship (PPC) where he’ll look to continue his mixed game success. Our coverage of the WSOP is powered by ClubGG.
You can find the full details of the historic moment here: https://www.pokernews.com/news/2021/10/adam-friedman-world-series-of-poker-wsop-dealers-choice-40093.htm
You can find some poker tips on Dealers Choice game selection from Friedman here:
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