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Tag: Phil Ivey

Ivey Takes the Last One

From the cutoff seat, Phil Ivey raised to 7,000. Isaac Haxton called from the big blind, and the flop came down . Haxton checked, and Ivey checked. The turn was the , and both players checked again.

Reinkemeier Doubles Through Ivey

Action folded to Tobias Reinkemeier on the button, and he raised all in for 33,000. Phil Ivey made the call fro the big blind with the , but he was dominated by the at-risk Reinkemeier's .

Reinkemeier Doesn't Bet the River Against Ivey

Phil Ivey and Tobias Reinkemeier saw the flop of with Ivey first to act. He checked, and then Reinkemeier bet 6,000. Ivey made the call, and the came out on the turn. Ivey checked, and Reinkemeier checked behind.

Haxton Three-Bets Ivey

From under the gun, Phil Ivey raised to 5,500. Isaac Haxton reraised to 15,500 from the hijack seat, and play folded back to Ivey. He thought about it for a little, but folded in the end and Haxton won the pot.

Kho Picks One Up

Kitson Kho opened from the hijack seat to 5,000, Tobias Reinkemeier called on the button, and then Phil Ivey called from the big blind. After the flop fell , Ivey checked, and Kho bet 12,000.

Check-Raise from Ivey

Paul Newey and Phil Ivey checked the flop, and then Sam Trickett bet 2,200. Alex Trevallion folded, then Newey folded, but Ivey popped it up to 8,000. Trickett gave it up, and Ivey won the pot.

Daniel Negreanu Tells His Ivey Story

Daniel Negreanu tells us an epic Ivey Story, as he recalls a high stakes golf match from back in the day against Mike Sexton.

Heavy Hitters Arriving

Tour-sponsored pro Matt Kirby, Phil Mader, and Will Givens have all entered the tournament during Level 2.

Talk of the Town

While Phil Ivey may not be in Melbourne, Australia, this time around — the place he won his ninth World Series of Poker gold bracelet last year — his name is certainly being thrown around a lot, as many of the players are discussing his cou

Ivey Stories: Phil Ivey Gets Slapped by Daniel Negreanu

For another edition of Ivey Stories we caught up with EPT Live commentator Joe Stapleton who went out for a crazy night of partying with Phil Ivey and Daniel Negreanu during the Grand Final in Season 8.

Ivey Stories: Phil Ivey Gets Slapped by Daniel Negreanu

For another edition of Ivey Stories we caught up with EPT Live commentator Joe Stapleton who went out for a crazy night of partying with Phil Ivey and Daniel Negreanu during the Grand Final in Season 8.

Keeline Gets There to Double; Mader Joins Field

Ben Keeline wagered an unknown amount after his opponent checked to him from the small blind on a board of . The small blind raised to 4,000, and Keeline shoved all in for 13,800. The small blind quickly called.

Phil Ivey's Run Comes To An End

From under the gun, John Kabbaj raised to 20,000, and then action folded over to Phil Ivey in the hijack seat. Ivey, who won his 10th gold bracelet earlier this summer, reraised to 55,000.

Ivey Loses Another

After losing a 350,000-chip flip to Bruno Politano earlier in the level, Phil Ivey just lost more to Politano and is now below 400,000 for the first time today.

Ivey Has New Company

Phil Ivey’s starting table on Day 4 just broke, so Ivey waited around the ESPN stage while his new table was moved from across the Amazon Room.

Ivey Sets the Trap, Keranen Doesn't Bite

Jing Wang opened to 12,000 from under the gun, Kyle Keranan three-bet to 29,000 from middle position, and action folded over to Phil Ivey in the big blind.

Ivey Busts Gaudio at the Mothership

After a slow start at the ESPN feature table in which Phil Ivey didn't win a hand during the first orbit, Ivey is trending up again after eliminating Robert Gaudio.

Four-Bet From Ivey Takes It

Jason Sackler opened to 9,000 in the cutoff, Peter Neff three-bet to 21,000 on the button and Phil Ivey four-bet to 54,000 from the big blind.

Ivey Raps

Phil Ivey called a raise from the player in first position and the big blind came along for the ride. Three went to the flop and the dealer spread .It was checked to the raiser and he continued for 10,000.

Ivey Makes a Flush

Phil Ivey just knocked out another player but his stack has been fairly stable for the last little while. The lady to Ivey's right moved all in for 37,500 and Ivey called from the cutoff.

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