Phil Hellmuth posted a TMI on Twitter and informed the followers of a bout that he calls “traveler’s diarrhea” has sidelined the 16-time bracelet winner in the WSOP 2022 Event 2 The prize is the $100,000 High Roller Bounty.
The 53rd edition of the World Series of Poker (WSOP) started on Tuesday morning beginning with an event for casino employees event , followed by the starting of the high-roller. The biggest players in the game stars have already made their way to the table in the hopes of winning some of the very first bracelets this year. Daniel Negreanu, Phil Ivey as well as Erik Seidel were among the poker legends we’ve seen on the floor of Paris Las Vegas.
Hellmuth in a Sticky Situation
We’ll, however, not see Hellmuth performing at the new WSOP venue for a while because of the outcomes of a recent visit to Mexico.
I’m skipping @WSOP Event #2 today. I’m suffering from “travelers diarrhea” from weekend in Mexico. I’m tired, my stomach hurts,… https://t.co/n4Jmxe36BR
— phil_hellmuth (@phil_hellmuth)
Hellmuth was thankfully not able to reveal the details of his present condition. If you’re curious about what it means by traveler’s diarrhoea We’ll point to the definition provided by the Mayo Clinic’s website: “Traveler’s diarrhea is an intestinal tract condition that is usually associated with loose stool as well as abdominal cramps. It can be caused by eating unclean foods or drinking water that is contaminated.”
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It’s a good thing for “Poker Brat,” the problem isn’t as dangerous, and while we don’t claim to have any kind of medical knowledge, Hellmuth will likely be willing to expand his very soon.
Poker Brat on the Cover of Cigar Magazine
Hellmuth has been very busy recently as he gets ready to participate in the 2022 WSOP to try and earn the 17th time he has won a gold bracelet. He recently made one of the covers in Cigar Aficionado One of the most well-known magazines for people who enjoy cigars.
Hellmuth is a fan of cigars himself, was the subject of the talk in June’s 2022 issue. He talks with creator Michael Kaplan his hilarious behavior, which includes the moment he joked that he said he would torch down Rio Rio during a tilt at the 2021 World Series of Poker.
“I went too far in my rant,” Hellmuth stated during the interview. “I said to the table that I will get in trouble for saying this, it’s a joke, but, ‘I will burn this place down if I don’t win.’ I knew I was pushing the line. I didn’t understand that the very first post, 30 seconds later, wouldn’t say it was a joke. The post was put out to make me look bad, just for a headline.”
The edition with the name Hellmuth of Cigar Aficionado is available from book stores, including Barnes & Noble. PokerNews could offer autographed copies throughout the summer. Be sure to check our social media channels for opportunities to win giveaways.