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Phil Ivey

In the year of 1976 a poker star shining on February 1, he had born at Riverside California however after few of years he moved on to New Jersey Roselle, with his family. With his grandfather he learnt to play five-card stud in the age of 5. This was a major role for him to come in gambling world star. By the 16, age he started playing the poker game for wealth of pool halls in the backrooms. He made a fake recognition card as 18 ages by the name Jerome Graham to get entry in casinos in Atlantic City, New Jersey. His nick name was "No Home Jerome." as he always opts to play poker.

Limited horizons

Although online poker has become powerful regulated sector but it has only limited sectors to grow. With the current regulatory frame, it is very difficult for gambling websites to target Asian customers. In Asia, it is possible to distribute internet poker or gambling only in permitted territories. This attitude discourages the gambling business in Asia.

Phil Ivey Amazing Skills

Phil Ivey has played in tables that seem to be against him and still favored him. There are different kinds of poker games that anyone can make use of in America. It is very easy to win a game of poker if you have the right attitude and skills. Betting is what every poker understands better which is why they place their bids on games they believe that they would win. However, gambling does not end in tables or around poker players. There are bets that are placed on horse race and football to name a few. This means that a player like Phil Ivey can also bet outside poker.

Who is Phil Ivey

He is a world record holder as a poker. He was born in 1977 in Las Vegas. The professional American poker has won 8 times in the world championships making him a very popular poker in the world today. He has shown a great improvement and attainment in his career. Phil Ivey is now 35 years old and he has really proven excellent poker skills, which are admirable to many poker fans in the world.

The Eliminator

It was the 2012 Aussie Millions $250,000 Super High Rollers that began on Saturday and lasted till the early hours of Sunday Morning. Phil Ivey’s was lucky on that day and managed to grab $2,000,000 – which was the first place prize after h defeated Patrick Antonius bringing him back to the poker world.

Marchese wins Super High Roller

Just like the World Poker Tour World Championship main event, attracted several players. On the event’s last day, which is 25th May, Friday, six poker players were in the final table but just 5 of those participants were in

the money.

TRUESDELL ON TOP

To win a top event like WSOPC (World Series of Poker Circuit) Harrah's New Orleans $ 1,600 Main Event Harrah's New Orleans, a poker player must have daring and skill. And these traits certainly served Justin Truesdell to grab the award. Part of the beginning field of 694 contestants, he slowly rose to the win and snatched the first spot and grab the amount of $ 204,748. This poker pro of thirty years old gained the proper experience to let him grab a title of this kind.

IVEY OPTS OUT OF WSOP

Phil Ivey has opted out of the WSOP championships this season. "I am deeply disappointed and embarrassed that Full Tilt players have not been paid money they are owed. I am equally embarrassed that as a result many players cannot compete in tournaments and have suffered economic harm," Ivey, who has played online on Full Tilt and appeared in the company's TV commercials, said in a statement posted on his website.

IVEY OUT OF WSOP

Phil Ivey will not be taking part in the WSOP 2011 due to some issues. "I am deeply disappointed and embarrassed that Full Tilt players have not been paid money they are owed. I am equally embarrassed that as a result many players cannot compete in tournaments and have suffered economic harm," Ivey, who has played online on Full Tilt and appeared in the company's TV commercials, said in a statement posted on his website.

IVEY MAKES A HUGE PROFIT

Phil Ivey was one of the poker stars to have made a huge profit in this year so far. Since then Ivey has been on a $2.6 million upswing and he is currently showing a profit of $1,782,281 for 2011 so far, according to online cash game tracker highstakesdb.

Phil Ivey was already showing a healthy profit of $712,000 last week but Sunday’s action saw his year’s earning receive a super-boost after winning over $900,000 in one of his typically short sessions.