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Tag: Phil Ivey

Don't Miss Coverage of the 2014 WSOP Main Event Beginning Sunday Night On ESPN

On Sunday, Sept. 28, 2014, the first episodes of the 2014 World Series of Poker Main Event will air on ESPN beginning at 9 p.m. ET.

Three Things To Watch for at the 2014 World Series of Poker Asia-Pacific

The 2014 World Series of Poker Asia-Pacific is right around the corner, and PokerNews takes a look at the three biggest story lines leading into the event.

Looking Back at the 2013 WSOP Asia-Pacific

With the 2014 World Series of Poker Asia-Pacific right around the corner, PokerNews takes a look back at the inaugural 2013 event.

The Online Railbird Report: Gus Hansen's Disastrous Year Continues

"Sanlker" finished as the week's biggest high-stakes winner with $685,203 in profit while Gus Hansen took home title of biggest loser after dropping $751,486.

Molly Bloom on Hollywood's Elite, Billionaire Boys Club, and Her New Book Molly's Game

"Poker Princess" Molly Bloom talks about new book Molly’s Game: High Stakes, Hollywood’s Elite, Hotshot Bankers, My Life in the World of Underground Poker.

Dan Colman Wins 2014 Seminole Hard Rock Poker Open, Passes Phil Ivey on Winnings List

Dan Colman defeated Mike Leah heads-up to win the 2014 Seminole Hard Rock Poker Open for $1.4 million and pass Phil Ivey on poker's all-time winnings list.

Five Thoughts: The Newsweek Article, Seiver Discusses ONE DROP Bluff, and More

Five Thoughts examines the reaction to the Newsweek article on online gaming, Scott Seiver's big bluff in the ONE DROP, and more.

Breaking Down the Legality of Cheung Yin Sun's Edge-Sorting Lawsuit Against Foxwoods

Attorney Mac VerStandig weighs in on Cheung Yin Sun's lawsuit against Foxwoods Casino regarding various "edge sorting" allegations.

Ivey's Edge-Sorting Accomplice, Cheng Yin Sun, Files Lawsuit Against Foxwoods

Phil Ivey's accomplice from Borgata edge sorting lawsuit, Cheng Yin Sun, has filed a lawsuit against Foxwoods, who is allegedly withholding her winnings.

UK PokerNews Round-Up: Live Title for Chung, Big Weekend For Peers, and More

The UK PokerNews Round-up gives you the chance to catch up with all things poker-related that have happened in the UK & Ireland during the past seven days.

2015 Crown Aussie Millions Schedule Announced

On Friday, August 1, 2014, Crown Melbourne announced the schedule for the 2015 Aussie Millions Poker Championship.

Ivey and Cates Post $2 Million Bail to Secure Release of Richard and Wai Kin Yong

Phil Ivey and Daniel Cates post a combined $2 million in bail for Richard and Wai Kin Yong, who were being detained on illegal gambling charges.

PokerStars Social Media Ratings: Who Are The Most Influential Poker Players?

Not surprisingly, Team PokerStars pro Daniel Negreanu took the top spot in the rankings.

Five Thoughts: Main Event Focus, Outspending Adelson, and Should WSOP.com Sign Merson?

In this week's Five Thoughts, Donnie Peters steps in for Rich Ryan to discuss focusing on the WSOP Main Event, outspending Sheldon Adelson, and asks should WSOP.com sign Greg Merson?

Poker Jobs: Tom Scott Discusses the Art of Managing the Vic's Poker Room

When you walk into the great temples of the world, they invoke a sense of comfort and serenity; a place where time seems to cease to exist.

Phuas Released by ICE Officials While Ivey Looks to Post Bail for Another Defendant

Paul Phua and his son have been released by the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. Meanwhile, Phil Ivey looks to post bail for Wai Kin Yong.

Global Poker Index and Ivey League Announce Strategic Alliance

Global Poker Index and Ivey League announced a strategic alliance that will see the two companies "jointly market and promote its players and the poker industry."

Phil Ivey and Andrew Robl Post $2.5 Million Bail, But Fail to Free Paul Phua and Son

Phil Ivey and Andrew Robl post $2.5 million in bail for Paul Phua and his son, but U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement step in.

BlogNews Weekly: Tilt Psychology 101

Each week, PokerNews brings you insight into the happenings at major poker sites including PokerStars, Full Tilt Poker and partypoker.

2014 WSOP Day 46: Matthew Haugen Leads Final 291 of Main Event; Phil Ivey Exits

Only 291 players survived Day 4 of the 2014 World Series of Poker Main Event. Matthew Haugen leads, but several big names are on his heels.

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