Phil Ivey Masterclass: 90% OFF
Inside the mind of a champion
At age 38, Phil Ivey became the youngest player to win 10 World Series of Poker bracelets. Now the man known for his enigmatic table presence—and widely regarded as the world’s best all-around poker player—gives you unprecedented access to his mental game. Learn poker strategy, pick up new poker tips, and review hands with the player who’s won more than $26 million in live tournament earnings.
Phillip Dennis Ivey Jr. (born February 1, 1977)] is an American professional poker player who has won ten World Series of Poker bracelets, one World Poker Tour title, and appeared at nine World Poker Tour final tables. Ivey was at one time regarded by numerous poker observers and contemporaries as the best all-around player in the world. In 2017, he was elected to the Poker Hall of Fame.
Often called "The Tiger Woods of Poker," Phil Ivey has an astonishing poker career under his belt. To date, he has accumulated over $23 million from live tournaments alone. Not only has he won a World Poker Tour title, but he has also won 10 World Series of Poker gold bracelets. It's no surprise that many people consider him to be the best professional poker player of his time. In recognition of his achievements over the years, Ivey recently received one of the most distinguished honors available in poker; he was inducted into the Poker Hall of Fame.
What Is Ivey Doing Now?
Back in 2014, Ivey launched "Ivey League," which is a poker training site designed to help people who want to hone their poker skills. He created 3 programs to choose from: undergraduate, bachelors, and masters. The undergraduate plan involves 10 video training sessions and access to the site's poker forum; this plan is absolutely free. The bachelors plan costs $9 a month, and the masters plan costs $75 a month. These plans contain more advanced training sessions and expert advice from a wide range of professional poker players. Ivey still oversees this site, making sure it always offers the most recent poker advice available.
Ivey's latest adventure involves him starting to work for Virtue Poker, a cryptocurrency-based online poker company. What will he be doing for this new start-up? His official title is strategic advisor. In this role, he will be asked to assist with product development and brand awareness. He is hoping to be able to use his widespread contacts in the poker world to develop relationships for the company. Ivey is excited to work alongside Brian Rast and Dan Coleman, two other big-name poker players who joined this company shortly before he did. This job is a good transition for Ivey, as his days of spending endless hours at the poker table are starting to come to an end.
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