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Last night saw big names make big moves at the World Series of Poker with Phil Hellmuth winning his long-awaited twelfth bracelet and his first in a non-Hold'em event. Meanwhile, Andy Frankenberger secured the $10,000 Pot Limit Hold'em title against Phil Ivey.
- Phil Hellmuth Wins the WSOPE Main Event
- Phil Hellmuth wins WSOPE Main Event
- Daily Rewind: Hellmuth Wins 12th Bracelet, Brunson Painting & Pros at the WSOP
- Brent Hanks Wins Bracelet, Heads-up Down to 8, Negreanu Building in Event 5
- Phil Ivey and Daniel Negreanu Lead WSOP APAC #3 Final, Collopy Wins Event #2
- Phil Ivey wins WSOP Asia-Pacific mixed event
- WSOP Daily: Hellmuth wins bracelet number 12
- WSOP APAC: Piccioli Wins Bracelet, Rettenmaier's PLO Finale, Event 3 Begins
- WSOP APAC: Phil Ivey Wins Another WSOP Bracelet
- WSOP: Simon Charette Wins Bracelet and Ivey Finishes 3rd in Event #24.
- Aguiar Wins Event #5, Hellmuth, Negreanu and Elky Deep In The Main Event
- Phil Hellmuth: "Hey Guy, I have sold $550,000 for the One Drop Event."
- WSOPE Main Event Day 4: Hellmuth Makes Final, PokerStrategists Final High Roller
- PokerStrategist Dimitar 'ddanchev' Danchev wins the PCA Main Event
- Marvin Rettenmaier Wins The World Poker Tour Championship Main Event [Interview]
- Olivier Busquet Wins WCOOP Event 43 - The $10,000 High Roller Heads-Up
- Phil Hellmuth: "It's nice to turn my phone off and focus on winning tournaments"
- WSOP 2012: First Open Event Begins, Phil Ivey Returns to Rio
- Dimitar 'ddanchev' Danchev wins the PCA Main Event
- WSOPE Day 3: First Bracelet Awarded & Rettenmaier Leads Event #2