Phil Ivey is back playing tournament poker in the United States for the first time in almost a year. Cardplayer Lifestyle gives you the highlights of his LA Poker Classic appearance so far, as well as news on Vanessa Selbst and Jonathan Duhamel.
The Fullt Tilt Poker saga continues. Former Full Tilt pros apparently owe millions and the unpaid debts are allegedly preventing all the other regular players around the world from getting their money back. Cardplayer Lifestyle brings you more of the messy details.
Phil Ivey is back with a vengeance. The 8-time WSOP bracelet winner recorded a 7-figure score last night with a win at the 2012 Aussie Millions $250,000 Super High Roller event. Cardplayer Lifestyle brings you the details of Ivey’s latest big win.
Phil Ivey’s career at the poker table has been filled with an innumerable amount of highs, with World Series of Poker bracelets galore and millions of dollars in cash game winnings decorating his resume. Off the felt, however, it seems as though Mr. Ivey has met his match in is ex-wife, Luciaetta, who seems hell bent on squeezing every chip possible out of him. The Cardplayer Lifestyle poker blog brings you all the messy (and juicy) details.
As the biggest event on the poker calendar kicked off yesterday, you’d think it would be impossible for any other poker story to overshadow the World Series of Poker. Lo and behold, Phil Ivey, arguably the biggest name and best player in the game, accomplished just that with a simple press release. Poker’s biggest star has announced that he will be boycotting the WSOP this year!
When you’re good, your good. As though determined to solidify (even more) his place and reputation as the best poker player alive, Phil Ivey claimed yet another World Series of Poker bracelet this week, giving him a career total of 8. This ties him with Eric Seidel for 4th on the all-time bracelet-winner list, behind poker luminaries Johnny Moss (9), Johnny Chan (10), Doyle Brunson (10), and the leader Phil Hellmuth (11).