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Phil Ivey Suffers Record Losses in 2013

Phil Ivey Suffers Record Losses in 2013

Phil Ivey is widely considered the world’s best all-round poker player and he has a fantastic record to back it up. He was nine WSOP bracelets, live winnings of $17,649,220 and $19,242,744 in online winnings.

Phil Ivey Suffers Record Losses in 2013

Phil Ivey is having his worst ever year as a poker pro and is down almost $3 million.

However, this year is not turning out to well for the poker pro. So far he has only won $131,754 in live winnings, his lowest ever and the online story is even worse. Ivey has been playing at Full Tilt Poker and he is down $2,980,086 this year. This places him second on the list of this year’s biggest losers, Gus Hansen is having the worst year, he is down 44 million.

There are a number of suggestions why Ivey is having such a bad year. A popular theory is that he has lost motivation having achieved almost everything a poker player could hope to accomplish.

Others think that the younger players entering the game have simply caught up with Ivey’s skills while a third theory is simply that Ivey has run into some bad luck.

Whatever the reason, the poker world is sure to watch with interest as one of the all-time greats attempts to turn his year around and start pulling in some winnings.

OCA News Editor

Keeping up with the latest trends in entertainment, Matt Holden brings celeb news to the front page of OCA. Matt loves numbers games and researches the highest paying lottery draws to play.

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