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Arguably the best all-around player on the planet, Phil Ivey makes mince meat of the competition. Having originally started playing poker in Atlantic City casinos under a fake I.D., Ivey quickly learned the ins and outs of the game. Often known simply as “Jerome” because that was the name on his I.D., Ivey managed to begin earning a reputation that would vault him into the poker stratosphere.

Often referred to as the Tiger Woods of poker, there is little Ivey hasn’t done over the course of his young career. He has won seven World Series of Poker bracelets and one World Poker Tour title. Although he has won more WSOP bracelets than WPT titles, Ivey is the first player to set current record for the number of final table appearances by making eight WPT final tables.

Despite having ridiculous tournament results, Ivey’s poker reputation hinges on his stellar cash game abilities. A regular at the “Big Game” at Bobby’s Room in the Bellagio in Las Vegas, Ivey has no problems playing at the highest limits available (which can range from $1,000/$2,000 to $4,000/$8,000 antes).

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In addititon to playing the highest limits in live play, Ivey is also a feared competitor online as well. On any given day, Ivey can be found on FullTiltPoker playing the highest limits. Often multi-tabling between three to nine tables at once, Ivey has no fear of losing and he is willing to play any variation of the game.

In addition to being one of the best poker players in history, Ivey loves to gamble and his prop bets are legendary amongst the poker community. In 2009, Ivey earned a lot of cash (in addition to the prize money) by winning prop bets with other poker players in which he bet on himself to win WSOP bracelets.

Ivey currently has over $10.8 million in career tournament earnings. He won two 2009 WSOP bracelets in the $2,500 Omaha/Seven Card Stud Hi/Lo and the $2,500 Deuce-to-Seven Lowball tournaments.

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