Phil Ivey Divorce

December 29, 2009 :: Posted by - admin :: Category - Poker Gossip

Phil Ivey Divorces Wife

According to TMZ sports, Phil Ivey, a professional poker player, divorces his wife Luciaetta. The couple filed the joint petition in a Nevada court on December 22, just three days before Christmas. The divorce was granted on December 29th. Both parties were present for the ruling.

In the professional poker gambling world, Ivey has been nicknamed as the “Tiger Woods of Poker”. Ivey’s official tournament winnings exceed $12 million, but he has made millions more online and in proposition bets. As one of the founding fathers, he also has a substantial stake in Tiltware, the company that owns Full Tilt Poker.

Phil Ivey Wife

Interested to know more about Phil Ivey’s wife, Luciaetta? Wondering who she is, what she looks like? We actually found a picture of the two of them at a Lakers game.

Did you know she was Phil Ivey’s high school sweetheart? That’s crazy.

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Phil Ivey Bio

Phil Ivey
Age: 32
From: Las Vegas, Nevada
Chip Count: 9,765,000 (7th)
- Begins Final Table play seventh in chips
- Regarded by many as the world’s greatest poker player
- Often referred to as the “Tiger Woods of Poker”
- Seven World Series of Poker gold bracelets
- Youngest player in history to have won seven bracelets
- Won two bracelets in 2009 in addition to making Main Event Final Table
– Captured title for Event 8: $2,500 No-Limit Deuce-to-Seven Lowball
– Captured title for Event 25: $2,500 Omaha/Seven-Card Stud Hi/Lo/8 or Better
- Has amassed more than $12 million in career poker winnings; 3rd all-time
- Finishing 5th or higher in this Main Event will move him to 1st on the all-time money list
- Won three bracelets in 2002, tying him for most WSOP wins in a single year
- Seven bracelets tie him for sixth most all-time
- A win will move him into a tie for fifth-place on the all-time list with Erik Seidel
- A win will make him the youngest-ever player to win 8 WSOP gold bracelets.

One Response to “Phil Ivey Divorce”

  1. Robert Says:

    In my opinion Phil Ivey is the best poker player ever. I like his aggressive style but I also like him as person. There aren’t many afro americans playing poker.Gogo Ivey

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