Phil Ivey one of the best all round players in the world

Phillip Dennis “Phill” Ivey is born in February 1st, 1976, and his current age is 38 years. He is a Professional poker player from America. He is residing in Las Vegas, Nevada. He made a world record of winning 10 ‘World Series of Poker’ bracelets, and he also has a record of a ‘World Poker Tour’ title and appeared at nine world poker tour final tables. He is one of the best all round players in the world today. Ivey brought his poker skills by playing against co-workers at a new Brunswick, new jersey, a telemarketing firm in the late 1990’s. His nicknames according to his personality are the ‘Tiger Woods of Poker’, ‘No Home Jerome’.

The phenol, his culling’s called him by his nickname; Phil Ivey has won three bracelets in tournaments accomplishment in the year 2002, World Series of Poker. In this tournament, he tied with the Pill Helmut jar, Ted Forrest, and piggy person for most tournament wins in a single year. Ivey also played bracelet in pot Limit Omaha from 2000 and 2005, and he has the first player who defeats Amarillo Slim heads up at a WSOP final table and he had greater success in the main event.

He has achieved the top 25 in four times in between the year 2002 and 2009, World Series of Poker, in that he finished the 23rd in 2002, 10th in 2003, 20th in 2005 and 7th in 2009. In the history of Ivey, he won his 6th bracelet in the $2,500 no-limit 2-7 drawn the ball event of the 2009, World Series of Poker and to win this bracelet he defeats the total number of 147 players, and he got a bracelet. After winning the 6th bracelet, he proceeded to win another bracelet in the $2,500 ½ seven-card studs Hi/Lo ½ Omaha Hi/Lo event besting a field of 376 people.