Phil Hellmuth Weighs In On Poker Hall of Fame

Who will he get behind?

As a living member of the Hall of Fame (inducted in 2007), 13-time WSOP bracelet winner Phil Hellmuth is going to have his vote counted. Last night, he took to Twitter to share some of his (and Erik Seidel's) thoughts on who from the nominated class of 10 should get a little extra consideration.

As for the most deserving candidates – here’s what he thinks of first time nominee Daniel Negreanu.

But Daniel is not the only person Phil is considering giving a checkmark to. In fact his next mention isn’t nominated for his poker playing prowess at all.

Former Bellagio poker director Jack McClelland is likely to get a few old school nods for his career service on the floor. But in addition to Daniel and Jack, Phil has one more person on his mind…

Ted Forrest is tied with Negreanu in having 6 World Series of Poker bracelets, the most of anyone on this final list of 10 candidates.

Where would you cast your vote in 2014?

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