Event #8 of the 2009 WSOP was a Deuce to Seven Draw Lowball tournament. Once it came down to the final day there were only seven players remaining in this tournament, and one of them was no other than Team FullTilt member Phil Ivey. At the start of the day Phil Ivey found himself in 6th place with 110.000 in chips. But after just a couple of hands he found himself being on his way out of the tourm[...] Read more » Phil Ivey wins Event #8
Joined: Apr '09
Age: 42 (M)
Another Pokerstars promise climbing his way till the WSOP top ten bracelets. Being almost loosing in the final table and build the bank again from the start to finish winning the game should be a fantastic feeling.In this year's event many records are being beatten and many newbyes are showing up: poker world will suffer big changes when WSOP is over.
------------ Sorry i called Ivey a Team Pokerstars member, i mean a Fulltilt member (who is already the face of every Fultilt publicity on the net). Sorry if hurted someone's feelings....
Joined: Apr '09
Age: 35 (M)
Wow! Phil Ivey continues to prove everybody that he is an excellent player. One more bracellet to his collection, I think that the prize for him dont mean much he wins more than that in a night playing high stakes in full tilt!
Joined: Aug '08
Age: 41 (M)
I just love the style of Ivey. He looks like there is something seriously wrong with him when he sits looking left-right-left-right-left-right and then makes the right descision. Bet he has a photographic memory to. And bad social skills.
Joined: Jan '08
Age: 34 (M)
Posted by shokaku: 2-7 is not one of the popular games, so only a field of 147 players.
Ya, not many players. I checked and there's 57 WSOP tournaments for 2009, do you know why so many? I think there should only be 7-8, one bracelet for 8 most popular games. They're giving out too many bracelets I think