Phil Ivey

Phil Ivey is an American proficient poker player.  He has achieved eight Wsop bracelets, one Wpt title. These achievements have made him recognized by numerous individuals as one of the best players in the world. Since 2010, his live competition and success in pokers have surpassed $13,800,000, $5,213,809 of which has hailed from the Wsop occasions in which he took an interest.

Ivey won three bracelets at the Wsop in 2002.  Ivey won two armlets in Pot Limit Omaha in 2000 and 2005. Moreover he has had an extraordinary triumph in the Wsop Main Event. He was in the top 25 four times between 2002 and 2009. He completed 23rd in 2002, tenth in 2003, twentieth in 2005 and seventh in 2009.

Ivey won his sixth bracelet in 2009 after defeating 147 players to win this wristband. In the year 2010, Ivey in Wsop won his eighth wristlet in the popular $3,000 H.o.r.s.e. Occasion in a last table with players Bill Chen, Chad Brown, John Juanda and Jeff Lisandro. He was in the top 25 poker players in the year 2002 and 2009. He has been the most youthful player to ever win eight Wsop bracelets. .

Ivey has reached to nine tables in the final Wpt. Phil Ivey made his introduction in the poker world in the year 2006. In this year he took part in The London All Star Challenge at the European Poker Masters. Ivey reached to the final series in this game and got the seventh position winning $12,534. In the year 2005, he won the $1,000,000 first prize at the Monte Carlo Millions competition. Ivey took $600,000 for getting the final position in The Fulltiltpoker.net Invitational Live of Monte Carlo. In 2006, he played against Andy Beal. Phil Ivey belongs to the group at Full Tilt Poker. He can frequently be seen playing online at Full Tilt Poker.