Every poker fan or player is familiar with the name of Phil Ivey, an American living legend who has won 10 WSOP bracelets and dubbed by Wikipedia as the unofficial best poker player in the world.
As Ivey continues to keep his standards high and mainly focuses his gameplay on high-stakes cash games instead of participating from time to time at tournaments, it has now resulted to the 42-year-old poker pro being "kicked out" of the top 10 All Time Money list as Jason Koon, Dan Smith and Steve O'Dwyer surpassed him thanks to their lucrative finishes in various tournaments.
Steve O'Dwyer has won huge amounts in the recent months, which includes $1.3 million for placing 2nd in the $25,500 NLHE MILLIONS World at the partypoker Caribbean Poker Party, Nassau on November 2018. He also won 1st place in the partypoker LIVE MILLIONS UK at the Dusk Till Dawn in Nottingham for $585,000 in October 2018.
His current total live earnings are worth $26,820,599.
Dan Smith rose up the ranks to settle in 10th place in the All Time Money List after he finished 3rd place at the HK$2M NLHE Triton Poker Super High Roller Series Jeju 2019 Main Event for $1.7 million.
His current total live earnings are worth $27,704,823.
Jason Koon has catapulted to 8th place in the All Time Money List thanks to his outstanding finishes at the Triton Poker Super High Roller series Jeju this March 2019. In the four days he played at the Triton Poker events, he won a total of $4,645,570! Becoming an ambassador of the Triton Poker series has definitely worked well for him.
His current total live earnings are at $27,911,823.
Here is the top 15 current All-Time Money List, according to Hendonmob.