It’s the 2018 World Series of Poker Main Event, and one of the biggest hands yet wasn’t a sick laydown, brutal cooler, or massive pot. It’s just Phil Hellmuth doing Poker Brat things. This time, however, it’s more than simply melting down and making a spectacle of himself. Now there are innocent bystanders getting caught in the crossfire, and being costed equity, affecting their wallets. Let’s talk about why this behavior is not okay, and how we should judge these sort of actions.
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