If there is one thing that could be learned from Poker at least from the example of Phil Hellmuth, it is power. Power of money, power of achievement, power of living life on your own terms, basically the power within!
A college drop out, the success story of Phil began in 1988. And that story would make quite a fat book should we say?! Just a few chapters to summarize:
Born in 1960, Phil had parents who supported him and a single mother who worked her rear end to put food on the table. Despite tough odds college was his way to freedom. He dropped out of college to pursue his destiny, traveling the world, living off the earnings from poker, and writing books on how to play poker. In 1993, the fortune was at completed. And he was ready to pass through the doors of fame into the mega88 homes of Las Vegas.
There is another bit of information that Phil Hellmuth is Most conspicuous for? He is a champion multitiered player. And he is most noted for what he achieved in the field of force. Phil's eclectic style of playing brings a unique contribution to the world of poker. Most of the modern poker historians have an incline towards evaluating his achievements in no-limit hold'em event in comparison to other modern players, and in two ways: in no-limit hold'em he was never known for his wild, lucky, or.(weak) plays, but when he became known for his distinctive style in tournament no-limit hold'em, his competitors did not know what to make of him and he became known for his great skills and his hyper aggressiveness all came to be known as pure aggression. Try to find those lines if you are a tournament player, that make you think: "Maybe, I do have an effect on the field".
Phil Hellmuth's skill came to the surface in events on 27th March 2005 in the money of $1,000 no limit, his first and so far only, major. Everyone could not believe their eyes when they saw Phil turn in a dazzling $900 streak in the middle of the final no-limit event. All those who knew Phil for years long knew that he was a man who was not to be messed with. Anyone seeing his live actions would think that he is in the finals of the final table much more often than he is not, and that those amazing plays he makes at the online poker room of Titan Poker on TV are the real him. Those who knew Phil behind the scenes knew that he was not practicing what he learnt at the college level for years.
playing against the best Heads-up Player in the world in the middle of the afternoon at the same time, at one of the major online poker rooms of the day. If you have watched Phil on TV you can assure yourself that he does not play as there are too many tough players in the field nowadays. Phil is not just another mediocre affiliate in poker. He is one of the best in the world!