Phil Ivey was just eliminated from Event: 32 $10,000 H.O.R.S.E. and casually left the final table arena and took his seat here in Event 35.
It didn't take long for him to get involved in a pot, finding him raising it up in a pot preflop from early position. The table folded around to the small blind who three-bet. Ivey called and both players were allowed to see the flop.
The flop came , and it was here that the small blind continued with a bet and Ivey raised. The small blind made the call.
The on the turn allowed for the small blind to move all in. Ivey threw out the call and cards were tabled.
Ivey held the advantage with a full-house, sevens over fours while his opponent possessed two-pair, kings and fours. If Ivey could avoid a king on the river he would win a nice pot and deliver a knock-out. Indeed a did fall and Ivey scooped the chips.