Phil Ivey is up almost $20 million online on Full Tilt Poker since January 2007, according to site High Stakes DB, which tracks high stakes poker games online. Ivey’s mind-blowing profits on Full Tilt since the start of 2007 have come over a total of more than 288,000 tracked hands.
Phil Ivey has been the most consistent winner at Full Tilt since he started playing there a few years ago.
Here is a breakdown of Ivey’s profits by year on Full Tilt:
2007: $1.99 Million 2008: $7.33 Million
2009: $6.34 Million 2010: $3.80 Million
During 2010, Phil Ivey has topped Full Tilt’s 2010 leaderboard to date and is currently showing an impressive overall profit on the site of $19.47 million. The actual figure is likely higher than this because High Stakes DB only started tracking HORSE, Omaha Hi-Lo in July of 2008, and Mixed HA games in January of 2009.
Despite huge losses last week in the area of $1.19 million, Ivey bounced back since then and regained $1.66 million to go $3,801,602 up for the year. Helping contribute to Ivey’s comeback was Gus Hansen, the Danish pro who lost $1.1 million to Ivey last weekend, mostly playing $2,000/$4,000 Fixed Limit Omaha Hi-Lo.
Many other high stakes players in the ranks have faced off against Ivey including Patrik Antonius, Tom “durrrr” Dwan, Daniel “Jungleman12” Cates, Viktor “Isildur1” Blom, and Ilarie “Ziigmund” Sahamies. With pot sizes often in the hundreds of thousands and occasionally topping $1 Million, this elite group of poker players mean business.