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Phillip Dennis Ivey Jr., simply known as Phil Ivey, is a famous American professional player of poker. Often referred to as “The Tiger Woods of Poker” or “No Home Jerome”, Phil Ivey is best known as a ten-times winner of World Series of Poker bracelet, which is the most desired non-monetary prize given in poker, as well as a one-time winner of World Poker Tour event, which is an international tournament that is broadcasted live on television. Ivey had also competed in nine World Poker Tour events before. Phil Ivey is thought to be the best poker player in the world nowadays, as he is practically unmatched in his poker skills. A famous poker player, how rich is Phil Ivey? The majority of Phil Ivey’s wealth comes from his poker plays and participation in various poker related events. In 2014, Ivey managed to earn $6 836 from the World Series of Poker event, and later that same year earned $166,986 as well as a sum of $25,756 for participating in the same annual World Series of Poker tournament. In regard to his wealth, Phil Ivey’s net worth is estimated to be a total of $110 million.
Phil Ivey Net Worth $110 Million
Phil Ivey was born in 1976, in Riverside, California. Ivey’s interest for poker started developing in the late 1990s, when he used to play cards with his co-workers at his workplace at the time. Ivey’s poker skills got better over time and he signed up to play it professionally. Ivey rose to fame in 2000 when he became the first poker player to defeat the inductee to the Poker Hall of Fame Amarillo Slim who is widely known for his gambling and poker skills. That same year, Ivey went on to secure a victory at the Pot Limit Omaha tournament and since then kept rising to the top. In 2002 World Series of Poker, Ivey defeated Toto Leonidas, Sirous Baghchehsaraie and Diego Cordovez and won three bracelets in this tournament, tying the record for the most tournament wins in a single year. Needless to say, Ivey’s talents not only brought him a substantial sum of money, which contributed to his net worth, but made him a famous and influential poker player. In addition to the World Series of Poker, Ivey participated in many other important events. In 2005, he took part in Monte Carlos Millions tournament where he won $600 000 and a year later appeared on The London All Star Challenge. In 2007, Phil Ivey made an appearance in a television program called “Poker After Dark”, where he won a prize of $120 000, a significant contribution to his overall $110 million net worth. A skilled player, Phil Ivey was a part of a professional online poker team called “Full Tilt Poker” with whom he competed in online matches until 2011. That year Ivey filed a lawsuit against “Full Tilt Poker” on the grounds that they breached his contract and even though he initially demanded to be released from the contract Ivey withdrew his lawsuit several months later.
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