Can Phil IVEY Beat A Poker JEDI? [$200,000 Poker Tournament]

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Phil Ivey is back and showing us all why he is widely considered to be the greatest poker player of all time!

His opponents in this poker hand are no strangers to the high stakes poker scene either. Ben Heath who has over $13,000,000 in live tournament earnings and Christoph Vogelsang, the poker jedi, who has a staggering $27,000,000 of his own live tournament winnings.

Ivey is put to the ultimate test on the river by a very tricky Vogelsang who decides to bluff with just seven high. Ivey is sat there with middle pair and a weak kicker. Could you have made the call in Phil Ivey’s shoes?

This hand took place during the $200,000 Coin Rivet Invitational during the Triton Super High Roller Series.

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Can Phil IVEY Beat A Poker JEDI? [$200,000 Poker Tournament]

10 thoughts on “Can Phil IVEY Beat A Poker JEDI? [$200,000 Poker Tournament]

  1. What would YOU do on the river with 7♣ 6♣?

    Your Stack (BB): 446,000

    Their Stacks (BTN & SB): 192,000 & 258,000

    Pot: 45,000

    Board: T♣ 8♣ 3♦

    SB checks, You check, BTN bets 16,000, SB calls 16,000

    A) Fold

    B) Call

    C) Raise 50,000

    D) Raise 258,000 ( all-in)

  2. wrong cbet size by Ivey with hand thats isnt rly a cbet in the first place then horribad call by Heath,. from that point on the hand is somewhat standart… poker certainly far from dead even on these high stakes people make mistakes all day long,… ,..

  3. I like a call in Vogelsangs spot on the flop. He is closing the action and really wants to see another card and keep the other players in. The only arguement for a raise is if a club comes on the turn he won't get any action so a small raise may help him get value here on the flop rather than on a later street.

  4. I would call there too because there’s not many kings in Volks range and a lot of missed draws/bluffy

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