Phil Ivey 8.5 Hour Session Yields Just Over $582k

Written by:
Nagesh Rath
Published on:
Feb/12/2013
Phil Ivey 8.5 Hour Session Yields Just Over $582k

Poker icon Phil Ivey continued his win streak at his old home Full Tilt Poker.

This weekend’s damage was to the tune of $582.1k.

From HighStakesDB.com

The 2-7 NL tables continue to provide the bulk of the big scores in the online world at the moment and it was at the $150/$300 tables where most of yesterday's damage was done as Phil "Polarizing” Ivey took a big chunk back from the $1m he has dropped over the past few days at Full Tilt.

In an 8.5 hour session starting in the morning Ivey won just short fo $500k in more high octane action playing against the likes of durrrr, patpatpanda, punting-peddler and trex313. He also enjoyed a $95k session in a late night session to seal a great day.

Ivey entered the month of February having won more than $750,000 in his return to Full Tilt Poker.

- Nagesh Rath, Gambling911.com

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