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Tag: Phil Ivey

Ivey’s Aces

Mike McDonald opened for 6,500 from the cutoff, got a caller on the button and when action got to Phil Ivey in the small blind he made it 21,000.

Ivey Can't Win (Yet)

Mike McDonald opened for 3,500 from the cutoff and Phil Ivey in the big blind made the call. Ivey continued to check-call a 6,000 bet on , and 13,000 on the -turn. The river came the and both players checked.

Ivey Has It

Phil Ivey had called a raise from one of the Macau players and they saw a heads up flop of . Checked to Ivey, he took a T5000 chip and nonchalantly flicked it on the felt in front of him.

Isaac Haxton Eliminated in 2nd Place (AU$2,820,000)

Phil Ivey limped in from the button, and Isaac Haxton raised all in from the big blind. Ivey got the count, then called with the , Haxton tabled the . The flop came down , and Ivey improved to a pair of aces.

Ivey Pressuring Haxton Now

Isaac Haxton raised on the button to 340,000, and Phil Ivey called from the big blind to see the flop come down . Ivey checked, Haxton bet 300,000, and Ivey moved all in. Haxton quickly folded.

Monster Pot Sent to Ivey

Phil Ivey raised to 350,000 and Isaac Haxton called. Both players checked the flop, the turned, and Haxton led out for 700,000, which Ivey called. When the completed the board on the river, Haxton bet a hefty 2.

Haxton Barreling Away

Phil Ivey limped in from the button, and Isaac Haxton raised to 480,000 from the big blind. Ivey called very casually, and the dealer spread the flop. Haxton was first to speak and fired 480,000.

Ivey Takes It on the Turn

On a flop of , Phil Ivey checked and Isaac Haxton bet 160,000. Ivey woke up with a check-raise to 450,000, Haxton called, and it was off to the turn. Ivey slid out a big bet of 800,000, and Haxton decided he didn't want any part of it.

Haxton Over-Bets the Turn

Isaac Haxton raised to 350,000 on the button, Phil Ivey called, and the flop fell . Both players checked. The turn was the , Ivey knuckled once again, and Haxton over-bet the pot, firing 950,000.

Ivey Fires River

From the button, Phil Ivey raised to 350,000. Isaac Haxton called from the big blind, and the flop came down . Both players checked. The turn was the , and both players checked again. Then, the completed the board on the river.

Ivey Nearly Doubles Again

Phil Ivey limped and then called a raise of 240,000 from Haxton. When the flop came down , Haxton bet 480,000, Ivey called, and the turned. Haxton checked, Ivey bet 700,000, and Haxton check-raised all in.

Ivey Fills Up To Double Up

On the button, Isaac Haxton raised to 265,000. Phil Ivey made the call from the big blind, and the flop came down . Ivey checked, and Haxton bet 265,000. Ivey check-raised to 650,000, and then Haxton moved all in.

Ivey Gets Some Back

Isaac Haxton limped and Phil Ivey checked his option to see a flop of . Ivey check-called a bet of 320,000, the turned, and Ivey checked for a second time.

Two Pair for Haxton

Phil Ivey raised to 250,000 on the button, and Isaac Haxton called from the big blind to see the flop come down . Haxton checked, and Ivey checked. The turn was the , and Haxton fired 375,000.

Another One for Haxton

Isaac Haxton limped the button and then called when Phil Ivey raised an additional 240,000. Ivey then checked the flop and folded when Haxton bet 360,000.

Haxton Jams On Ivey

Phil Ivey raised from the button to 250,000, and Isaac Haxton moved all in from the big blind. Ivey folded, and Haxton scooped the pot.

Two for Ivey

Phil Ivey and Isaac Haxton saw the flop of with Haxton up first. He checked, and Ivey bet 120,000. Haxton folded, and Ivey won the pot. After that, Haxton limped the button, and Ivey raised to 360,000. Haxton folded, and Ivey won the pot.

First Hand Off Heads-Up Play Goes to Haxton

In the first hand of heads-up play, it appeared Isaac Haxton limped and then called when Phil Ivey exercised his option with a raise to 240,000.

Heads-Up Chip Counts

Mike McDonald Eliminated in 3rd Place (AU$1,900,000)

Mike McDonald moved all in from the small blind, and Isaac Haxton called from the big blind. McDonald was the player at risk with the , and Haxton had the . The flop, turn, and river ran out , and McDonald fell in third place.

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