When you ask a poker fan what they think the greatest bluff in poker history is you'll get various different responses and the hand in his article is definitely very high on the list! During Season 6 of High Stakes Poker, Tom Dwan and Phil Ivey squared off in one
Phil Ivey jammed for 41,000 when it folded to him preflop with [JdTd], called by Wai Leong Chan in the hijack with a dominating [AcJc]. Over to cutoff Artur Martirosyan, who paused for a moment before three-betting small, to 105,000 with [9c9d]. Chan made the call to see a [3h6hAs]
Phil Ivey having just 11,000 remaining, it all went in preflop with the strong first-hand pick up of [AcKd]. Sam Greenwood behind him took the plunge too, with [Kh3h], this second total bet of 76,000 called by Artur Martirosyan with [JsTs]. The [9c9d9s4d7d] board failed to eliminate even one of
As the players below head off into the hole-card-cam-free zone of the outer tables, among the line-up coming on the live stream shortly will be Phil Ivey (currently very short) and Stephen Chidwick.
Phil Ivey has once again backed up his reputation as one of the best in the business with a victory in Event #7 $50,000 Short Deck in Sochi, beating a total field of 55 to take home the last trophy available at the partypoker LIVE MILLIONS Super High Roller Series.
With the antes skyrocketing, Phil Ivey closed out his back-and-forth heads up match with Michael Soyza to claim victory in Event #4 $50,000 Short Deck. He went one better than his runner-up spot in Event #5 (same buy-in, same format) to take home the last trophy available in the partypoker
Down to ten button antes, Michael Soyza was put to the test preflop by Phil Ivey, who set him in with [Ah6h]. Soyza elected to take his [Kd7s] and run with it in pursuit of a double up, and called his last 2,630,000 all-in. He flopped a pair of kings,