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A Look at Phil Ivey’s Demise in the WSOP

Thursday marked collier femme fil de nylon Day 4 of Event 58: collier femme argent moderne $50,000 Poker Players Championship at the 50th Annual World Series of Poker and none other collier femme fantaisie original than 10 time bracelet winner Phil Ivey led the final 12 players as things got underway.

Everyone was already in the money, guaranteed $72,078 with a hefty $1,099,311 and a WSOP gold bracelet for the winner.

Now, play is down to just seven players on the final table and Ivey is nowhere to be found. His stack went from collier femme rose fushia top to bottom in a matter of just a few hours, ultimately seeing him hit the rail in eighth place for $124,410. PokerNews did a breakdown of the final five collier femme, colliers et sautoirs hands that led to his elimination.

Hand 1 Ivey Relinquishes the Chip Lead

Phil Ivey: //

Dan Cates: //

In Level 20 (60,000/120,000) playing Stud Hi collier femme emaux Lo, Phil Hui was the bring in and Dan Cates completed with the showing. Ivey put in a second bet, Cates called and proceeded to check call another bet on fourth street.

Ivey bet both fifth and sixth streets, triple collier homme Cates called and both players collier femme etsy checked seventh street. Ivey revealed for aces with a king ten kicker, but was no good against Cates’ with king queen.

Ivey dropped to 1.8 million, putting him below 2 million in chips to relinquish the chip lead.

Hand 2 Esposito Snags a cerruti collier femme Big Chunk

Following the elimination of Dario Sammartino in ninth place ($93,764), and still in Level 20, John Esposito raised on the button in 2 7 Triple collier femme tete de mort Draw. Ivey made it three bets from the big blind and Esposito called.

On collier homme cuir marron the first and second draws, both players drew one card each, and Esposito check or blanc collier femme called bets from Ivey both times. On the final draw, Ivey stood pat, Esposito drew one and then check called a final bet from Ivey. Esposito voluntarily revealed and Ivey mucked.

Ivey dropped to 1.1 million at the end of this hand.

Hand 3 Hui Bets All the Streets

Phil Ivey: //

Phil Hui: //

In Level 21 (80,000/160,000) playing Stud, Ivey was the bring in with the showing, Phil collier femme avec prenoms Hui completed with the and Ivey called. Hui proceeded to collier femme collier homme terre bleu turquoise bet every street thereafter chaine collier femme or and Ivey came along.

Eventually, Hui tabled for kings up and Ivey mucked his cards, bringing him down to 845,000 in chips.

Hand 4 Ivey Drops under Two Big Bets

In the same level playing Omaha Hi Lo, Ivey was in the cutoff collier femme avec barre and put in a raise, getting a call from Esposito in the small blind. Cates three bet from the big blind, getting calls from both Ivey and Esposito.

On a flop acheter collier femme of all three players checked to see the on the turn. Esposito long collier femme perle bet first and Cates and Ivey both called. The river completed with the and Esposito bet again. Cates folded and then Ivey tank folded.

Ivey collier homme 2015 dropped to 305,000 for just under two big bets.

Hand 5 The Final Hand

Phil Ivey: //

John Esposito: //

Dan Cates: / folded on fifth street

Still in Level 21 collier femme diamants and playing Razz, Ivey was the bring in and collier femme initiale Esposito completed with a seven showing. Cates called with a jack showing and Ivey called with a king. Esposito bet on fourth, getting calls from Cates and Ivey. Esposito bet fifth, Cates folded and Ivey called all in for his last 65,000.

On fifth, Ivey had a king eight versus Esposito’s pair of fours but a draw to a seven. After sixth street, Esposito made two pair collier homme zalando and Ivey was ahead with king eight still. After seventh, Esposito picked up a king collier homme hugo boss for king seven and Ivey was unable to improve by pairing his ace, eliminating him from the tournament…

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