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  1. Hellmuth giving speeches on Day 1A

    Andrew Feldman

    LAS VEGAS -- Phil Hellmuth wants his table to know that he's been there before. He wants them to know that he's not going to give up. He wants them to know that one time they're going to raise him and he's going to pounce on the o...

    Blog | July 08, 2012
  2. WSOP 2012 - Hellmuth giving speeches on Day 1A

    Andrew Feldman

    LAS VEGAS -- Phil Hellmuth wants his table to know that he's been there before. He wants them to know that he's not going to give up. He wants them to know that one time they're going to raise him and he's going to pounce on the opportunity. To piggy...

    Blog | Conversation | July 07, 2012
  3. Joe Hachem out, Phil Hellmuth arrives

    Andrew Feldman

    LAS VEGAS -- The field on Day 1A is down two world champions. 2005 WSOP main event champion Joseph Hachem was eliminated shortly before the dinner break. After a raise and a call ahead of him, Hachem moved all-in from the button. The initial raiser c...

    Blog | July 07, 2012
  4. WSOP 2012 - Joe Hachem eliminated, Phil Hellmuth arrives

    Andrew Feldman

    LAS VEGAS -- The field on Day 1A is down two world champions. 2005 WSOP main event champion Joseph Hachem was eliminated shortly before the dinner break. After a raise and a call ahead of him, Hachem moved all-in from the button. The initial raiser c...

    Blog | Conversation | July 07, 2012
  5. The Debate: Make the call?

    Andrew Feldman

    The beauty of poker is that 10 players could play the same hand 10 different ways. Granted, most of us would raise with aces preflop, but the amounts might be different. Or maybe the way we would play them against different opponents would change our...

    Blog | January 20, 2010
  6. The Debate -- A tough decision in a sit and go

    Andrew Feldman

    The beauty of poker is that 10 players could play the same hand 10 different ways. Granted, most of us would raise with aces preflop, but the amounts might be different. Or maybe the way we would play them against different opponents would change our...

    Blog | Conversation | January 20, 2010
  7. The Debate: How much should image matter?

    Andrew Feldman

    The beauty of poker is that 10 players could play the same hand 10 different ways. Granted, most of us would raise with aces pre-flop, but the amounts might be different. Or maybe the way we would play them against different opponents would change ou...

    Blog | May 13, 2009
  8. Poker strategy -- How much should image matter?

    Andrew Feldman

    The beauty of poker is that 10 players could play the same hand 10 different ways. Granted, most of us would raise with aces pre-flop, but the amounts might be different. Or maybe the way we would play them against different opponents would change ou...

    Blog | Conversation | May 13, 2009
  9. Bracket trends for 2009 Tournament Challenge

    Andrew Feldman

    Andrew Feldman reflects on the selections of participants in the ESPN.com men's Tournament Challenge.

    Story | Conversation | March 17, 2009
  10. The Debate: Stuck in the middle

    Andrew Feldman

    The beauty of poker is 10 players could play the same hand 10 different ways. Granted, most of us would raise with aces preflop, but the amounts might be different. Or maybe the way we would play them against different opponents would change our resp...

    Blog | December 17, 2008
  11. The Debate: Stuck in the middle

    Andrew Feldman

    The beauty of poker is 10 players could play the same hand 10 different ways. Granted, most of us would raise with aces preflop, but the amounts might be different. Or maybe the way we would play them against different opponents would change our resp...

    Blog | Conversation | December 17, 2008
  12. The Debate: On the first hand ...

    Andrew Feldman

    The beauty of poker is that 10 players could play the same hand 10 different ways. Granted, most of us would raise with aces preflop, but the amounts might be different. Or maybe the way we would play them against different opponents would change our...

    Blog | December 01, 2008
  13. The Debate: On the first hand …

    Andrew Feldman

    The beauty of poker is that 10 players could play the same hand 10 different ways. Granted, most of us would raise with aces preflop, but the amounts might be different. Or maybe the way we would play them against different opponents would change our...

    Blog | Conversation | December 01, 2008
  14. The Debate: An amazing laydown?

    Andrew Feldman

    The beauty of poker is that 10 players could play the same hand 10 different ways. Granted, most of us would raise with aces preflop, but the amounts might be different. Or maybe the way we'd play them against different opponents would change ou...

    Blog | August 07, 2008
  15. The Debate: An amazing laydown?

    Andrew Feldman

    The beauty of poker is that 10 players could play the same hand 10 different ways. Granted, most of us would raise with aces preflop, but the amounts might be different. Or maybe the way we'd play them against different opponents would change our str...

    Blog | Conversation | August 07, 2008
  16. The Debate: An unpredictable villain

    Andrew Feldman

    The beauty of poker is that 10 players could play the same hand 10 different ways. Granted, most of us would raise with aces pre-flop, but the amounts might be different. Or maybe the way we'd play them against different opponents would change o...

    Blog | April 16, 2008