The under the gun player raised it up to 900. Michael Tureniec in middle position made the call, as did Phil Hellmuth.
The flop came prompting a check from the under-the-gun player, and a bet of 1,650 from Tureniec. Next it was on Hellmuth who announced "4,000" and threw out the raise. The under-the-gun player folded and Tureniec went all in, a bet that would put the short-stacked Hellmuth all in. Hellmuth called all in for his few remaining chips, and was in for a sore sight.
The turn brought the , prompting Hellmuth to stand up and begin his walk out the door, mumbling how Tureniec wins every hand. A meaningless landed on the river and Hellmuth was halfway to the closest door dropping a few choice profanities at nothing in particular.
This ends Hellmuth's 2012 World Series of Poker. The poker brat has had a fairly successful showing this year; boasting 6 cashes, 3 final tables, 1 bracelet, and $2,985,840 in WSOP winnings. Despite this amazing outing at the WSOP, being knocked out of the main event has to be an extremely tough beat to handle for any talented poker pro.
I'm out of Main Event! Feeling tortured: Feeling sick...Maniac winning every pot w K-9 + Q-8, KNEW he would implode, BUT he busts me 1st July 07 2012