It's not very often that Phil Ivey has the time or wants to sit down for a "proper interview". In fact, it took about 3 years until WSOP's Nollan Dalla was invited over to Ivey's private trailer in the parking lot aside the mammoth tournament area at the Rio for a seocnd one-on-one interview with the world's best poker player.
In the interview, Phil said that he's happy to have made it to 5 final[...] Read more » Interview with Phil Ivey
Joined: Apr '09
Age: 40 (M)
Although he talks about One Drop experience as being a life time experience, i would like to hear him saying something more about it, like if he played usual hands in a diferente way just because of the values that were involved, or, on the other side, if he decided to play more or less pocket hands than he usually does. And 5 final tables at one WSOP is also a record, although a pro like Ivey would always prefer to have won at least one of this instead of reaching the 5 FT without winning any.
Joined: May '08
Age: 35 (M)
i think most of players that took part in the one drop feel special about it- even those venture fund managers- this was a special event, maybe it will become regular, then the special feeling will fade over time, but this tourney has made the poker history, and this is special