The victory, in ,500 PLO, featured a remarkable final table.Three of Europe’s emerging stars of PLO finished 2nd (Markus Golser), 4th (David “Devilfish” Ulliott), and 5th (David “El Blondie” Colclough).

During this period, he developed a reputation not only as an intimidating and supremely skilled player but also as a gentleman in his demeanor at the poker table and a respecter of poker tradition.

His generally aloof attitude toward the media has, if anything, heightened his mystique as a transcendent figure in poker, an exemplar in style and comportment, and a fierce competitor in every aspect of gambling – bracelet bets, weight-loss bets, golf, craps, rock-paper-scissors, and, of course, poker.

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In 2006, playing billionaire Texas banker Andrew Beal on the bankroll of two-dozen top pros, he demolished Beal in 3 days of heads-up LHE at $30,000-$60,000 and $50,000-$100,000, winning a total of $17.7 million.

Reports of online cash-game results have estimated Phil’s winnings from 2007-2010 at million.All information contained on this site is proprietary and owned by GPI.Please read our Terms of Use and the conditions that apply before using any of the information on an occasional basis.He first learned poker from his grandfather, who taught him to play 5-Card Stud.Ivey found poker much more interesting than school and, even though he was underage and New Jersey’s new poker rooms were 100 miles from home, he found Atlantic City an irresistible lure.Even though he earned just

Reports of online cash-game results have estimated Phil’s winnings from 2007-2010 at $18 million.All information contained on this site is proprietary and owned by GPI.Please read our Terms of Use and the conditions that apply before using any of the information on an occasional basis.He first learned poker from his grandfather, who taught him to play 5-Card Stud.Ivey found poker much more interesting than school and, even though he was underage and New Jersey’s new poker rooms were 100 miles from home, he found Atlantic City an irresistible lure.Even though he earned just $1,000 for the win, it was a fitting result: (a) it was a win, the first of more than 20 over the next dozen years; and (b) he was in the tournament only because he was eligible from his cash-game play, where Ivey regarded as the place for the real action for most of his career.

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Reports of online cash-game results have estimated Phil’s winnings from 2007-2010 at $18 million.

All information contained on this site is proprietary and owned by GPI.

Please read our Terms of Use and the conditions that apply before using any of the information on an occasional basis.

He first learned poker from his grandfather, who taught him to play 5-Card Stud.

Ivey found poker much more interesting than school and, even though he was underage and New Jersey’s new poker rooms were 100 miles from home, he found Atlantic City an irresistible lure.

Even though he earned just $1,000 for the win, it was a fitting result: (a) it was a win, the first of more than 20 over the next dozen years; and (b) he was in the tournament only because he was eligible from his cash-game play, where Ivey regarded as the place for the real action for most of his career.

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Reports of online cash-game results have estimated Phil’s winnings from 2007-2010 at $18 million.

All information contained on this site is proprietary and owned by GPI.

Please read our Terms of Use and the conditions that apply before using any of the information on an occasional basis.

He first learned poker from his grandfather, who taught him to play 5-Card Stud.

,000 for the win, it was a fitting result: (a) it was a win, the first of more than 20 over the next dozen years; and (b) he was in the tournament only because he was eligible from his cash-game play, where Ivey regarded as the place for the real action for most of his career.