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Rapid Reaction: Is Erik Seidel the G.O.A.T.?

Before the 2015 PokerStars and Monte-Carlo® Casino European Poker Tour Grand Final began, one of the things we hyped was that the €100,000 Super High Roller field could be the largest ever. With 71 entries, our prediction was spot on.

Phil Ivey and JC Alvarado Weigh In On Floyd Mayweather vs. Manny Pacquiao

Today is the day. Later tonight, Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao will square off in what is deemed as the "Fight of the Decade." Some are even calling it the biggest fight in the history of boxing.

Phil Ivey and JC Alvarado Weigh In On Floyd Mayweather vs. Manny Pacquiao

Today is the day. Later tonight, Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao will square off in what is deemed as the "Fight of the Decade." Some are even calling it the biggest fight in the history of boxing.

Don’t Weep For Ike Haxton and Phil Ivey

Phil Ivey and Isaac Haxton have fired 20 bullets between them at the big buy-in events on the EPT, but neither has ever recorded a single cash.

Fedor Holz About Playing with Ivey and his WSOP Schedule

WCOOP Main Event winner Fedor Holz played against Phil Ivey for the first time, and he gave us his thoughts on it. On top of that Holz, who recently turned 21, also elaborated on his extensive World Series of Poker schedule.

Kurganov Cracks Ivey's Aces

Phil Ivey and Igor Kurganov got into a preflop raising war that saw all of the money go in. Kurganov had opened to what looked to be 30,000 from the cutoff seat, Ivey made it 80,000-90,000 from the big blind, and then Kurganov shoved.

Ivey Flops Top Two

Mikita Badziakouski, a high stakes cashgame player from Belarus, opened for 30,000 from early position. Two positions down, Phil Ivey in the hijack made the call. Badziakouski checked on , and called Ivey's 50,000 bet.

Phil Ivey on the Mayweather vs. Pacquiao Fight

Phil Ivey gives us his take on the biggest boxing fight in history between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao. Video: http://www.pokernews.com/video/phil-ivey-on-the-mayweather-vs-pacquiao-fight-9609.htm

Bagging and Tagging

The day has come to an end, and the surviving players are bagging and tagging their chips, even Phil Ivey.

Zhou Folds to Colman's Bluff

Quan Zhou opened for 6,500 from the cutoff seat, and Daniel Colman made the call on the button. Phil Ivey came along from the big blind came as well, and the flop came down . Last year's winner, Colman, bet 8,000 after he was checked to.

Chidwick Getting Short

Phil Ivey opened for 5,500 from under the gun, and Stephen Chidwick called on the button. Daniel Colman also called from the big blind, and the flop came . Colman checked to Ivey, who followed his preflop aggression with a bet of 10,000.

Ivey Returns

After busting his first bullet, Phil Ivey has returned.

Ivey Not the King of This Casino

Play folded to Leon Tsoukernik in the small blind, and he raised all in against Phil Ivey's big blind. Ivey quickly called all in for a few thousand in chips with the , claiming to have only looked at one card.

Ivey Quadruples Back

Phil Ivey was all in against three players on the flop — Bryn Kenney, Leon Tsoukernik, and Carlos Chadha. Kenney was first and checked. Tsoukernik bet 8,000, and then Chadha raised to 18,000. Kenney folded, and Tsoukernik called.

Chadha's Aces Crush Ivey

On the flop, Carlos Chadha bet 15,300. Steve O'Dwyer made the call, and then Phil Ivey slid out a tower of chips for a big raise. Chadha tanked, got a count on Ivey's raise, which was 140,300, and then he reraised all in.

Phil Ivey Is Here And Ready To Play

After showing up half an hour early, the best poker player in the world (except at reading the tournament schedule) got started straight away in the €100,000 Super High Roller event in Monaco, as PokerStars Blog notes.

Tsoukernik Got Lucky

Leon Tsoukernik from the Czech Republic got lucky. Not just now in a hand against Steve O'Dwyer, because that was just a well-timed bluff, but last year, if we have to believe Phil Ivey.

Mike McDonald Eliminated in 2nd Place (AU$1,592,500)

In what would be the last hand of the tournament, Mike "Timex" McDonald raised to 100,000 from the button and then snap-called off for right around 1.3 million when Phil Ivey announced that he was all in.

Two Pair Gives Ivey a Big One

After Mike McDonald raised to 115,000 on the button, Phil Ivey called to see the flop come down . Both players checked, and the turn was the . Ivey checked, and McDonald bet 125,000.

One for McDonald

Phil Ivey raised to 125,000 on the button, and Mike McDonald called from the big blind to see the flop come down . Both players checked, and the turn was the . Both checked again, and the river was the to pair the board.

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