Its not only Tiger Woods who have problems with his relationship at the moment, but also Phil "Tiger Woods of Poker" Ivey who's leaving his wife, Lucietta. According to an american news site, Phil Ivey handed in the divorce papers on 22nd December and then he got his divorce request approved already on the 29th December. At the moment details on this divorce are very few and it might remain so as [...] Read more » Phil and Lucietta Ivey divorce
Joined: Apr '09
Age: 42 (M)
Some things are hard to maintain. There are many professional carreers which are more exposed to this social problem, like being an artist, a sportsman, or even fire fighters and journalist, who need to be ready to enter in action for 24/7. This like this create some insustainability in the couple. Perhap things can be better in the future.
Joined: Nov '08
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 45 (M)
No odds to any one who dont know then really just leave then alone and they'll do what they need to do. Dont compaire them to anyone else you dont know them any more than i do and guess what ...I dont... Its a divorce , end of story It might settle him a bit and he'll raise his game in 2010.
Being married to a poker pro is most probably hard to do.
The amount of time he must spend away from home, or sat glued to his PC must be unreal, and for the likes of Ivey even a trip to the store must come with media attention and the usual gluttony of hangers on wanting tips or their photo taken with him.
One thing is for sure. When it comes to the furniture and pets she wont be playing HU for ownership of the sofa or Tibbles the kitten..
Joined: Nov '09
Age: 46 (M)
Posted by B1gfoot: No need for it to be a big public affair, same goes for Tiger, they are sport satrs and should be only in the news for what they do in thier field, the did not do it for fame. The only PPL IMO who should be in the papers for such things are those who enter the likes of reality TV programs or sell thier lives etc to mags/papers for $? they are fair game. But bit of advice PI, lose all your money to a well trusted friend, then win it back after the settlement.
Its like a reality show no body serious should want to listen to crap like this... so they would not be ...crap media but b1gfoot's got a nice solution..lol
Joined: Mar '09
Age: 45 (M)
Ok, split pot! But who cares. Phil Ivey is on the first place in all-time poker-winnings, so he should be able to give his ex-wife a small tip of a few millions. Damn, why i'm a man and why i can't be his ex-wife. A few millions of Dollars would be good for my bankroll!