During the World Series of Poker Main Event, the entire poker world caught Barstool Sports fever. Barstool Nate and Smitty played in the Main Event and the former even had some airtime on PokerGO, before they fell short of the money. A week after the Main Event concluded with Stoolie Scott Blumstein winning poker’s most prestigious title, the greatest of all-time and the Barstool boys reconvened, after getting introduced by Uncle Ron.

“Pardon My Take,” which is presented by Barstool Sports, delivers the loudest and most correct sports takes in the history of the spoken word. Big Cat and PFT Commenter run through daily topics and guests and the hosts guarantee that “Pardon My Take” will change your life for the better. Joe Buck, Mike Tyson, Scott Van Pelt, Blake Griffin, Randy Moss and Bill Walton are just a few of the guests that have hit “Pardon My Take” over the last few months and to cap off a poker-crazed summer in the Barstool universe, they guys welcomed 14-time WSOP bracelet winner Phil Hellmuth to the show this week.

Hellmuth, Big Cat and PFT Commenter talk about what makes the World Series so much different and more difficult than other poker events and the history and origins of “The Poker Brat” nickname, that has helped turn Hellmuth into one of the world’s most recognizable brands in the poker world. Hellmuth tells stories from early in his career and his collegiate years, many of which are featured in his brand-new autobiography, aptly named, The Poker Brat.

Hellmuth also talks about the biggest celebrity winners that have tested the poker waters. From Tobey Maguire, to Ben Affleck and James Woods, who was a staple at the WSOP this year, and Hellmuth even had a story about the another GOAT in his respective profession, Michael Jordan.

The newest “Pardon My Take” episode, featuring Phil Hellmuth, is now live on Barstool Sports. Listen here and be on the look out for the newest episode of Heads Up with Remko later this week, featuring WSOP Main Event Champion Scott Blumstein