With 1 Sentence, Poker Champ Phil Hellmuth Just Described the Perfect Way to Overcome Adversity

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Oct/05/2017

Jeff Haden of Inc.com: “My interview with the 14-time WSOP bracelet winner on the parallels between startups and poker, how to make smart decisions, and what he does when the chips really are down”.

Phil Hellmuth has won a record 14 World Series of Poker (WSOP) bracelets, has more than $21 million in live tournament winnings, is a member of the Poker Hall of Fame, and even has his own brand: He's known as the "Poker Brat," a nickname even he makes fun of.

This is a great piece about Hellmuth and we encourage you to check it out. 

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