Tag: Phil Ivey

The Railbird Report: Online's Biggest Winner Patrik Antonius Back in Action

Patrik Antonius is the biggest winner in the history of online poker and is back at it with good results this week. We take a look at his results online throughout the years and one last time cover the biggest-ever pot online which he won.

The Railbird Report: Negreanu Faces Phil Ivey and Gus Hansen in $2,000/$4,000 Game

Daniel Negreanu wrote a blog about a $2,000/$4,000 mixed game in the Bellagio this week. We recap the 3 biggest hands of the week, and have all the stats you want on last weeks online high stakes games.

49 Random Observations about Poker Today

You know those random thoughts that pop in to your head as your about to sleep? Matthew Parvis shares 49 of them.

Antoine Saout Trying to Repeat 2009 November Nine Run

Antoine Saout is trying to make a second November Nine run, with a big stack early on Day 5.

David Williams Not Ready to Leave Poker Behind Despite MasterChef Success

David Williams says despite MasterChef success, he's sticking with the life of a poker pro.

Phil Ivey Returns to the 2016 WSOP Main Event: 'You Know I Love This Event'

Poker Legend Phil Ivey told PokerNews he loves the WSOP Main Event, and tries to play every year, just moments before busting out.

Five Thoughts: Ferguson Plays the Heel, and Maria Ho Earns Respect

In this week's Five Thoughts, Chris Ferguson plays the heel, Maria Ho earns respect, and more.

Inside Gaming: NV Down in May; Trump Taj Mahal Workers Strike; Ivey in NYT "Advantage Players" Piece

NV revenue down in May, workers strike at Trump Taj Mahal, a casino cheat gets jail in Singapore, and Phil Ivey in a in NYT article on "advantage players."

PokerNews Book Review: "Life's a Gamble" by Mike Sexton

A review of Mike Sexton's new autobiography, "Life's a Gamble," featuring stories and anecdotes from his long, varied career as the "Ambassador of Poker."

Five Thoughts: Mercier, Selbst, and the Wild World of WSOP Bracelet Bets

In this week's Five Thoughts, there are two side to every story, specifically the Vanessa Selbst and Jason Mercier bracelet bet story.

Five Thoughts: Mercier vs. Selbst, Lederer Stays Quiet, and #Fight4Poker

In this week's Five Thoughts, Jason Mercier versus Vanessa Selbst, Howard Lederer returns, and more.

After a Slow Start, Phil Hellmuth Remains Confident: “My Mixed Games Are Awesome”

After a slow start at the 2016 WSOP, Phil Hellmuth remains confident.

Jason Mercier Wins His 4th WSOP Bracelet and a Whole Lot More

Jason Mercier won his fourth WSOP bracelet Monday, earning exponentially more in bracelet bets than the event's $273,335 first-place prize

Five Thoughts: Finding Ferguson, Colossal Success, and the GPL Cube Debuts

In this week's Five Thoughts, Chris Ferguson should talk, the WSOP Colossus II, and the GPL debuts the Cube.

Daniel Negreanu Starts His 2016 WSOP Grind in the Present

Daniel Negreanu was on time and present for his first event of the 2016 WSOP on Saturday.

Daniel Negreanu Documentary 'KidPoker' Airing Now On Netflix

'KidPoker,' a documentary detailing the life and career of Daniel Negreanu, is now on Netflix.

2016 World Series of Poker Predictions, Part 1: Will Ferguson or Lederer Return?

Check out Part 1 of the PokerNews staff's 2016 World Series of Poker predictions.

Five Thoughts: WPT POY Down To the Wire, GPL Nepotism Pays Off, and Ivey Back In Court

In this week's Five Thoughts, Marty Derbyshire talks WPT Player of the Year, Phil Ivey back in court, and more.

Phil Ivey's £7.8 Million Appeal in Crockfords Case Began Yesterday

Phil Ivey's appeal on a court decision denying him £7.8 million in Punto Banco winnings began on April 13.

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