Phil Hellmuth Praises MrBeast, Ninja, xQc After Ludwig's $1 Million Poker Event - New Style Motorsport

Poker legend Phil Hellmuth praised MrBeast, Ninja, xQc and more after having fun at Ludwig’s $1 million YouTube poker tournament and even claimed he made new friends.

On Sunday, May 1, Ludwig hosted a million dollar YouTube poker tournament. It featured some of the biggest content creators on the planet, along with a handful of professional poker players, including Phil Hellmuth.

Not only did the spectators have a lot of fun watching the event, but the participants also enjoyed it.

Hellmuth shared his thoughts on it now that it’s done and praised the other contestants in a series of tweets.

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Ludwig’s $1 million poker tournament was a resounding success.

First, he praised Alexandra Botez, who dominated the tournament and won $456,900 for her efforts. It quickly became apparent that she was not only the queen of chess, but perhaps the queen of poker as well.

“Alexandra Botez is a delight,” he said. “She’s smart, outgoing, funny and she handles herself well at the poker table. She won big and handled my attacks with poise and clever retorts. Well done Alex!”

He then turned his attention to MrBeast, who came in second with a solid $438,900. The two have dated before. However, that didn’t stop him from praising the beloved YouTuber.

“Jimmy is an amazing human being! Having spent time with him on and off the table, I can tell you that he is exactly what you see: loving, caring, funny, charismatic and he helps the world! What an incredible role model for our children.”

Eventually, he approached Ludwig, who not only organized the event but also won big, taking home $404,700. “Ludwig was great as the other side of the pillow!” he said. “He organized the game, played very good poker and won big.”

He also praised Ludwig for handling the “ups and downs” of a poker tournament like a “true pro” before mocking himself for not doing the same. After all, he did spit on the doll several times during the night.

He then praised the juicer warlord himself, who was one of the stars of the show despite losing $100,000 throughout the night.

“xQc is a boss!” he said. “He spends millions of dollars broadcasting him, just gambling and having fun. He handled himself perfectly at the poker table and had the best sunglasses. Great personality!”

Last but not least, Hellmuth raved about Ninja, who finished in fourth place after earning $144,300 all night. He praised her charm, intelligence, and work ethic and stated that they are now friends.

“I made a new friend in Ninja!” he said. “Tyler is from the Midwest and is married to a woman from Wisconsin. His intelligence and charisma shine through. You can see why he became the number one streamer in the world. He worked hard for it.”

Ludwig proved once again that he is the king of innovation when it comes to pushing the boundaries of what streamers can do. He did it with Mogul Money, a game show inspired by Jeopardy. He now he has done it again with poker.

This is not the first time that streamers have come together to play poker on the broadcast. However, it was arguably the biggest and most professionally organized tournament they’ve ever held, and it featured some real pros too.

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