Phil Ivey is the legendary individual that is thought about as one of the ideal casino poker users on the planet. Numerous days ago US-pro showed that he should have all the credits. The gamer won his 9-th WSOP bracelet triumphing at World Series of Poker Asia Pacific Event N3 (8-game tournament). By the way, there are only 3 players that took care of to gain even more bracelets than Phil. Enduring innovator is Phil Helmuth along with 13 bracelets. Doyle Brunson and Johny Chen have 10 bracelets each. Well, it looks like Chen and Brunson may be cleaned aside soon.
WSOP Asia Pacific Event 3 was challenging to defeat. This tourney enticed extremely reputable players from throughout the globe. The search for bracelets was led by Helmuth, Kachalov, Greenstein, Duhamel and Grospellier. Nonetheless, none of the pointed out pros handled to reach last table. Amongst pros the run of Daniele Negreanu was very excellent. Canadian pro finished 4-th.
Phil Ivey battled against Brandon Wong heads-up. It took several hours to determine who was better and more lucky. Wong has all the civil liberties to feel disappointed. He held massive lead in chips but Ivey took everything away. Wong was unable to stand up to Ivey’s strikes taken on 2-7 Triple Draw and No-Limit Holdem rounds. The final hand was played at 2-7 Triple Draw Lowball stage.

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