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  12-Apr-12, 10:24   #1
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demoenk 

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a few days ago i saw Ivey at pokerstars, what u think about was he one of them who ripped us on fulltilt?

     
  12-Apr-12, 10:44   #2
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Chartoule 
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Hi demoenk.

I want Ivey out of the new FTP (if reopen). And out of the poker world, but this guy have no shame so this is not go to happen.

Almost 1 year from black friday...

     
  12-Apr-12, 12:31   #3
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liberesto 
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I strongly suspect the "Phil Ivey" you saw, was Ike Haxton who recently lost $500k to Victor Blom, just a hunch though... Blink

     
  12-Apr-12, 16:45   #4
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DaCapo71 
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Not every FT pro was a gangster. But i have heard, that they have a open credit at FT. It´s a shame, when the pros don´t payback this money back to the players pool...

     
  12-Apr-12, 17:07   #5
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Mober 
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Why they should be allowed to have a credit.
Because they are "pros"?
Or because they play at high stakes.
Go and ask for a credit at any poker site and tell me how much they will give you Smile

     
  12-Apr-12, 17:22   #6
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urmas1983 

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if I had credit on some poker site I play high stakes to Agree Blink Big Smile

     
  13-Apr-12, 10:44   #7
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pochui 

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well i wouldn't be too surprised to see pokerstars sign ivey on a sponsorship deal of one kind or another, let's be honest jokerstars is biggest name in online poker and ivey is considered one of the best poker players (cash games especially) so i think two of those would be a good fit

     
  13-Apr-12, 11:01   #8
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lomax 

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Phil Ivey is one of the best poker player of the world, it's normal that he spend his name on online poker room to have some profit. i'm not surprised. Confused

     
  13-Apr-12, 13:19   #9
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Fakiry 

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I don’t want to be the devil’s lawyer, but I think we should let questions like this to the court to solve. After we have the official answer to questions like this, so at that time it will be perfect to talk good or bad about everyone!

     
  13-Apr-12, 14:27   #10
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GeneYuss 

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I heard Phil Ivey is on Pokerstars under the name "RaiseOnce". Ya, there's a movie called ALL In that's coming out soon or is out and I think it will be about black Friday

     
  13-Apr-12, 16:11   #11
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michaelwilk 
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Posted by GeneYuss:
I heard Phil Ivey is on Pokerstars under the name "RaiseOnce". Ya, there's a movie called ALL In that's coming out soon or is out and I think it will be about black Friday


do you know who is going to star in the movie who the director is or anything? I think that could be a really good watch if done right@!!

     
  5-May-12, 21:04   #12
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GeneYuss 

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Posted by michaelwilk:
do you know who is going to star in the movie who the director is or anything? I think that could be a really good watch if done right@!!


I think it could be a good movie too! I haven't seen it yet.. It says directed by Douglas Tirola, I never heard of him. The movie got a rating of 55% on rotten tomatoes so not a good rating but maybe the movie would be better if you like poker.

     
  5-May-12, 22:53   #13
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teddybears73 
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Posted by liberesto:
I strongly suspect the "Phil Ivey" you saw, was Ike Haxton who recently lost $500k to Victor Blom, just a hunch though... Blink


ivey looks nothing like haxton
Shock

     
  6-May-12, 01:18   #14
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Flippedchips 

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lol yea but his name on stars is phil ivey Smile not sure if im taking sarcasm for serious here Big Smile but some prob dont know this anyway Smile

I wonder if he regrets picking a hero name now hes famous, maybe he was before he picked it all the same not sure tbh Big Smile

     
  6-May-12, 01:32   #15
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teddybears73 
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Posted by Flippedchips:
lol yea but his name on stars is phil ivey Smile not sure if im taking sarcasm for serious here Big Smile but some prob dont know this anyway Smile

I wonder if he regrets picking a hero name now hes famous, maybe he was before he picked it all the same not sure tbh Big Smile


ah,thanks for that as i didn't know haxton called himself ivey, Big Smile

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so whats ivey's name ???

     
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