Poker Classics: Hand that made Phil Ivey 22 Oct

Phil Ivey is one of the most well-known poker professionals and regarded as one of the best all-around players in the world by his peers.

He has an impressive résumé consisting of 10 World Series of Poker Bracelet, a World Poker Tour title and numerous other notable tournament wins and accolades, including Poker Hall of Fame induction in 2017. Currently he’s sitting at 11th place in All Time Money list with $30,311,759.

In the last two decades he was featured in many TV shows and other broadcasts playing for literally millions of dollars. But one hand that stands outs, hand that made Ivey the superstar he is today, came in 2005 at Poker Monte Carlo Millions.

He was playing Heads-Up against Paul Jackson for a cool million-dollar win. Both players flopped nothing and then fireworks ensued in one of the greatest poker hands of all time!