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Phil Ivey

Phil Ivey

Born Name

Phillip Dennis Ivey Jr.

Screen Names

Polarizing on Full Tilt Poker


February 1st, 1976


Riverside, California, USA


United States of America

#1 Poker Accomplishment

Phil Ivey won three braclets in one year at the 2002 WSOP.  He currently shares the record for most bracelets in one year with Phil Hellmuth Jr., Ted Forrest, Puggy Pearson, and Jeff Lisandro.Phily Ivey WSOP braclet

Tournament Results

 Global Poker Index Ranking


No college education


Professional Poker Player

Favorite Online Poker Site

Full Tilt Poker

Preferred Game

$4,000/$8,000 mixed game.

Relationship Status


Phil Ivey Single

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Past Poker Endorsements

Full Tilt Poker as Team Full Tilt

Best Known For

Beating Andy Beal in a three-day $25,000/$50,000 Heads Up No Limit Holdem match for $16,000,000.

Phil Ivey cash

Little Known Facts

Phil Ivey has been eliminated from three WPT final tables with ace-queen, earning the hand the nickname "Poison Ivey".

Phil Ivey won five WSOP bracelets before the age of 30.

Phil Ivey Won $536,000 against Phil Hellmuth in a game of Chinese poker in 2007.

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