Bidding action is heating up at ChipMeUp.Pokernews.com as valuable WSOP stakes are being sold at amazingly low prices. One smart bidder paid only $9.33 today for 3% of Phil Ivey* at WSOP event #8. When Ivey surged to victory, ChipMeUp bidder 1000cuts profited nearly $2000!
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Update: 1% of Phil Ivey's WSOP Main Event winnings (up to a $40,000 value) just sold for (no joke) $1.92! Check out ChipMeUp.PokerNews.com for full details. Ivey has already made one ChipMeUp member a lot of money, who will be next?
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