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No instant comeback success for Phil Ivey at the 2012 WSOP

Tags: 2012 wsop, black friday, comeback, full tilt poker, phil ivey.
Posted on 29 May 2012 by "T".

Last year Phil Ivey didn't take part in the World Series of Poker because he thought it was unfair that many players couldn't afford to play after Full Tilt Poker and other poker sites were closed down on Black Friday. Even though Full Tilt Poker still hasn't paid back its players and Americans still can't play on most online poker sites, Phil Ivey still decided to make a comeback at the WSOP yesterday as he signed up for Event #2 $1,500 NLH.

But unfortunately the American pro didn't get the instant comeback success he had hoped for as he was knocked out by Maria Ho after just a few hours of play. Well, there are still many events to be played and lots of time for Phil Ivey to turn it into a successful comeback. It will be interesting to see how things turn out! 


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3 comments on "No instant comeback success for Phil Ivey at the 2012 WSOP"

 Fakiry29/05/2012 11:00:23 GMT
After proving he has nothing to do with Black Friday, I think Phil Ivey already showed what side he is and now he just have to keep going with his professional life, he can’t just stop playing everything for a cause. There will be many people around the world supporting him just because of the attitude he had last year. Hope that gives him strength to get good results (not in this event, as things went wrong, but in others that he sure will play).
 noonlion29/05/2012 17:01:25 GMT
Hope he does well this year.

Leats he got knocked out by a good player.

I said in another thread i think the pros will run good this year and good to see Selbst and Rousso doing well.
 kwasac31/05/2012 17:57:45 GMT
Very good news, i am sure that WSOP 2012 will be better to watch then previous! Good luck champ!!! Smile

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