Joined: Feb '10
Age: 36 (M)
Last week, Phil Ivey's impressive statistics for his winning ways on Full Tilt Poker were published on the Internet for the entire world to see. In a span of about 18 months, Ivey is up more than $8 million in cash games ranging from Omaha to Stud to Hold em. You can name any game and Ivey has been beating it impressively. While his accomplishments were mind-boggling on so many levels, some people have brought forth some question as to the ethics behind the numbers as some people of players have called those results into question. While no one has come out and questioned the validity nor method in which Ivey has won what he has, some people do cite concerns of a bit of a conflict of interest in Ivey winning so much money on a site in which he has legitimate business interests.
Joined: Mar '08
Age: 47 (M)
look,of course hes cheating,if you own the site why not.whos gunna question it.who guun fine him,the UN.i would cheat if i owned the site.i just jeolouus i cant be in on it.GOOD oN HIM.i still love online poker.win or lose.