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Phil Ivey wins 11th WSOP Bracelet

Tags: 2024 WSOP, Danny Wong, Phil Ivey.
Posted on 21 June 2024 by "T".

On Thursday, June 13, Phil Ivey has managed to end a decade-long drought at the World Series of Poker when he defeated Danny Wong heads up to win his 11th bracelet.

2024 WSOP Event #29: $10,000 Limit 2-7 Triple Draw Championship (6-Handed)

  • From June 10 to 13, 2024
  • Buy-in: $10,000
  • Prize pool: $1,385,700
  • Entries: 149

Phil Ivey has been considered as perhaps the best player alive for 20 years, and now, thanks to his 11th bracelet win, he surpasses Johnny Chan, Erik Seidel, and the late Doyle Brunson and goes into second place on the all-time leaderboard. Phil Hellmuth leads the pack, with 17 bracelets to his name.

Final Table Action



Winners's Reaction
"It's good. It feels good. It feels good to win always," Ivey said after he won as a huge crowd gathered around him to celebrate a new milestone in his incredible poker career.

Phil Ivey won his very first bracelet back in 2000 and guess what, he won against poker legend Amarillo Slim, the winner of the 1972 WSOP Main Event and a Poker Hall of Fame inductee in 1992.

Fast forward to today, Ivey is now competing against players who weren't even born when he first established himself as one of poker's premier player. His priorities have shifted: Ivey is now a family man, unable to spend countless hours playing the game as he once did.

Of course, the drive is still there, and so is the elite talent. He said, "I'm motivated. If I can play, I will. A lot of times I'm not in town. I keep showing up. Playing, performing. I want to keep winning."

Phil Ivey stats
With 11 WSOP bracelets now to his name, the 47-year-old California native is currently holds the second-most WSOP titles all-time, second only to Phil Hellmuth.

Known as the "Tiger Woods of Poker", he won three WSOP gold bracelets in 2002. In 2009, he won two.

Also, at age 38, he became the youngest player to ever win 10 bracelets. He broke Phil Hellmuth's record of 42 years old at the time of his 10th bracelet. It's also interesting to note that no other player has accumulated 10 bracelets quickly - it took Ivey only 14 years from the time of his first bracelet to his tenth (Phil Hellmuth took 17 years).

Ivey's total live cash earnings are now at the $45 million mark.

Ivey is now back atop the poker mountain. He conquered one of the strongest fields on the WSOP calendar, proving that even after all these years, he's still among the best.


2024 WSOP Event #29: $10,000 Limit 2-7 Triple Draw Championship - Final Table Results

Place

Player

Country

Prize

1

Phil Ivey

USA

$347,440

2

Danny Wong

USA

$225,827

3

Jason Mercier

USA

$151,412

4

Benny Glaser

UK

$104,825

5

Jonathan Cohen

USA

$75,015

6

Philip Sternheimer

USA

$55,553

7

Justin Saliba

USA

$42,625

8

Renan  Bruschi

Brazil

$33,930

9

Steve Zolotow

USA

$33,930

10

Allen Kessler

USA

$28,060

Source: https://www.wsop.com/tournaments/updates/?aid=2&grid=5504&tid=23169&dayof=231694&rr=-1


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 YapiYapo04/07/2024 22:50:21 GMT
Wow Amazing
 dule-vu04/07/2024 22:55:23 GMT
Yeah!
 geseco1205/07/2024 04:00:59 GMT
This is a great player, unfortunately he was involved in problems for cheating in a casino, now he is at the top, playing poker as he knows how and destiny has once again shown his face and smiled to win another bracelet.
 dule-vu05/07/2024 06:11:49 GMT
its not same to win on smaller tournaments on wsop and on bigger like main event! for me its not same value of bracelts!
 geseco1207/07/2024 00:05:50 GMT
The main event is not just any tournament, it is the biggest of all, and it is also the most difficult to get, that is why it is worth much more, being world champion is not for everyone, you also have to have a little luck to win the tournament because thousands of players participate.
 dule-vu07/07/2024 00:06:24 GMT
Yeah, tell us!
 Bedobash8307/07/2024 21:36:01 GMT
Nice!
 dule-vu07/07/2024 22:02:54 GMT
Yeah!
 geseco1208/07/2024 02:32:46 GMT
Phil Ivey will always be one of the best, I really like his style of play at the tables, he also always seems very focused and doesn't talk much at the tables, he is a tremendous player, more victories will surely come.
 dule-vu08/07/2024 04:59:40 GMT
Great!
 geseco1209/07/2024 02:55:42 GMT
He recently gave an interview for a well-known program, where he is happy because he is still motivated playing poker, the result is the least important to him, he always focuses on doing his job well and always being motivated with this game. It's a big one.
 dule-vu09/07/2024 05:03:04 GMT
He dont know anything else to do, he will gamble till rest of life!
 geseco1211/07/2024 03:36:48 GMT
How do you know he will play all his life? Nobody knows what may happen from here in a few years, the most important thing is that this legend still continues to enjoy high-level poker, I hope he maintains that for his entire life, to enjoy for all of us who love this game.
 Gedemonas11/07/2024 03:41:13 GMT
Well his passion for the game and talent may suggest he will continue to play for a long time, it is impossible to predict the future. Thumbs Up
 dule-vu11/07/2024 05:57:36 GMT
he will play poker like doyle brunson, till death!
 geseco1212/07/2024 04:14:15 GMT
These players no longer play for money, they play for passion at a high level, they have won a lot of money and I think they will always play, they like to play poker, Ivey is one of the best players and a legend of this sport.
 dule-vu12/07/2024 05:53:32 GMT
you know the best as always! you will explain us that in 4 more pages of this thread!
 vaci3812/07/2024 17:16:56 GMT
they earned a lot of money playing poker and what would they do in your opinion, they will certainly not open a store or work in a factory, they will certainly play poker as long as they can, anyone who is good at something will certainly not change their profession
 dule-vu12/07/2024 17:17:41 GMT
Yeah, but its not something that you can explain to geseco!
 vaci3812/07/2024 17:24:01 GMT
he wrote that they don't play for money Big Smile
 dule-vu12/07/2024 17:25:31 GMT
He write every day just to collect 50 points! That why he have 160 fake review which he copy, but he dont even have account on them!
 vaci3812/07/2024 17:30:10 GMT
I haven't been getting points for each of my posts for a long time, it's certainly the same with him for his posts, he certainly doesn't get 50 points every day, he has to try harder to write as many posts as possible Big Smile
 dule-vu12/07/2024 17:30:52 GMT
Yes he gets them! Thats why he write only 5 posts per day, when 24 hours pass! For days in same threads, with same words!
 vaci3812/07/2024 17:36:53 GMT
I didn't notice that he works like that every day and I'm surprised that he gets points, I don't get points for my posts, or I get points for one or two posts, for other posts I don't get points and it's been like this for many years
 dule-vu12/07/2024 17:37:46 GMT
That why he write every day, not that he have something new to say!

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