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Phil Ivey is ousted from top 10 All Time Money List

Phil Ivey 2019

​Every self-respecting poker player is familiar with the name of Phil Ivey. Some people started playing card games after watching this player's great game on television. Wikipedia considers Phil "unofficial best poker player in the world," and the guy, in his turn, continues to keep his standards high.

As for the tournament achievements, the poker player also has them in sufficient number. Throughout his career, Ivey won around $27 000 000, and his largest cash winning Phil got in Australia in 2014. That time he became the Aussie Millions champion, but soon after that, the guy could not boast of great success anymore. In 2015, Phil hit the prize zone twice, in 2016, he cashed in just once, and in 2017, the poker player passed by ITM at all...

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Despite this fact, Phil was in the top 10 most successful poker players for a long time. But the other day he was ousted from this list by another famous poker player - Jason Koon. The fact that Jason became an ambassador of the Triton Poker series has clearly worked for him. Recently, another series of Triton Poker has completed and Jason Koon showed an excellent game there. Within four days, the guy played at the three final tables and became a champion in one of the events. Jason got $2 840 000 for the first place and this allowed him to enter the top 10 most successful tournament players in the world.

Jason Koon 2019

Top 10 All Time Money List

  1. Justin Bonomo (USA) – $44 626 825
  2. Daniel Negreanu (Canada) – $39 830 195
  3. Erik Seidel (USA) – $34 782 419
  4. David Peters (USA) – $32 628 532
  5. Fedor Holz (Germany) – $32 556 379
  6. Bryn Kenney (USA) – $30 654 182
  7. Daniel Colman (USA) – $28 925 059
  8. Jason Koon (USA) – $27 911 824
  9. Antonio Esfandiari (USA) – $27 728 437
  10. Dan Smith (USA) – $27 704 822

*12. Phil Ivey (USA) – $26 267 283

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