Phil Ivey Online Poker Update

March 2, 2013

Tracking data from HighstakesDB shows that Phil Ivey is not doing so well since his return to Full Tilt. The Pro gambler, whose net worth is $100 million, lost $1.1 million last month.

Ivey is regarded as the world’s best all-round poker player and he was at one time a Full Tilt Team Pro. However, since coming back to the software now belonging to PokerStars, his game play has been under the screen name “Polarizing”.

The eight times World Series Poker Bracelets winner has had a few upswings, but his overall performance has been poor. This is rather unusual, considering no other player on the site has won more than him over the years with the more than $19 million profits he bagged prior to Black Friday.

February was not just cruel to Ivey, but to other big names too. Viktor “Isildur1″ Blom saw most of his year’s winnings evaporate with a loss of over $1.5 million. On the flip side, over $2 million went under Tom “durrrr” Dwan’s belt in the past four weeks to put him on the leader board. Trailing him were Alex “Alexonmoon” Luneau and Alex “PostflopAction” Kostritsyn, who won $1 million and nearly $1 million respectively.


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