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List Of All Of Phil Ivey's WSOP Bracelets Poker
Manthra Koliyer
Posted on 27 Feb, 2022
By Manthra Koliyer
On 27 Feb, 2022
By Manthra Koliyer
On 27 Feb, 2022

List Of All Phil Ivey’s WSOP Bracelets

We all have that one crucial moment in life when we decide on what to do in life. That moment for Phil Ivey happened when he was at a salon with his grandfather. Among the few posts that Ivey has shared on his Instagram handle, a picture of his grandfather fondly revisits the time when he learned poker. Although stories suggest otherwise, we wish to stick with this.

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Ivey is a poker legend. Only a few poker players have smashed or made better records than this World Series of Poker champion. Often called one of the best poker players globally, Ivey is the youngest player to clinched 10 WSOP bracelets. 

He won his first bracelet in the year 2000 ($2,500 Pot Limit Omaha), when he was just 23 years old. For the next one year, there was no steaming action on Ivey’s end, but in 2002, he smashed the poker felts at WSOP once again. This poker pro who broke many records took home not one, not two, but three WSOP bracelets. While the second bracelet came from the 7 Card Stud Hi/Lo game, the third one came from the $2,000 S.H.O.E. event. The fourth bracelet came when Ivey nailed the $1,500 7 Card Stud game, only to show the world his expertise in multiple poker variants.

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While 2002 was great for this American pro, the following year did not go quite well. He made it to the top three spots and also busted in the 10th position in the 2003 WSOP Main Event. Ivey cashed in 2003 and 2004 WSOP events but never grabbed a gold bracelet. In 2005 he was selected as Bluff Magazine’s Player of the Year. Ivey clinched his fifth bracelet in the $5,000 Pot-Limit Omaha event and took a pay cheque of $635,603. 

All the stats in this article are updated as of 14th June 2024!

While gap years continued, Ivey came back much stronger in 2009. After conquering $2,500 No-Limit 2-7 Lowball Draw and $2,500 Omaha Hi/Lo / 7 Card Stud Hi/Lo, he collectively cashed a whopping $316,905 collectively. The number of bracelets won by Ivey kept shooting up, so did the zest to win more. Ivey crushed the $3,000 H.O.R.S.E in 2010 and took home his eighth WSOP bracelet. 

The 9th bracelet came again after a gap of a few years in 2013 when Ivey amassed A$51,840 in winnings after shipping the A$2,200 Mixed Event. He got into the double-digit bracelet league in the following year. The poker pro clinched his 10th bracelet in the $3,000 H.O.R.S.E. event. 

After a 10-year dry spell post his 10th bracelet, the poker GOAT won his 11th World Series of Poker (WSOP) bracelet in Event #29: $10,000 2-7  Triple Draw Championship. This victory moves Ivey past notable players like Johnny Chan, Erik Seidel, and Doyle Brunson, and places him second on the all-time leaderboard, behind Phil Hellmuth (17 bracelets).

Ivey’s win marks the end of a 10-year long dry spell at the WSOP, demonstrating his top skill and adaptability in the game. Despite changes in the poker landscape and the rise of new players, Ivey has maintained his position as a poker legend. 

In the final hand of Event 29, Ivey raised to 240,000 from the button position, and Danny Wong responded with an all-in bet of 250,000. The two players engaged in a draw, with Wong drawing three cards on the first draw and Ivey taking two. On the second draw, both players drew one card each.

As the final draw approached, Wong stood pat, while Ivey took one final card. The players then revealed their hands. Wong tabled T 8 7 6 2, a ten-eight, while Ivey revealed his hand before the draw, which consisted of 7 7 5 4 3. Ivey pitched his seven, and was rewarded with a 2X, securing his 11th WSOP bracelet.

List of Ivey’s WSOP Bracelets

  1. WSOP 2000 – $2,500 Pot-Limit Omaha – $195,000
  2. WSOP 2002 – $1,500 Limit Seven Card Stud – $132,000
  3. WSOP 2002 – $2,500 Limit Seven Card Stud Hi-Lo – $118,440
  4. WSOP 2002 – $2,000 Limit S.H.O.E. – $107,540
  5. WSOP 2005 – $5,000 Pot-Limit Omaha – $635,603
  6. WSOP 2009 – $2,500 No-Limit 2-7 Lowball Draw – $96,367
  7. WSOP 2009 – $2,500 Omaha/Seven Card Stud Hi-Lo 8 or Better – $220,538
  8. WSOP 2010 – $3,000 H.O.R.S.E. – $329,840
  9. WSOP 2013 – (WSOP APAC) A$2,200 Mixed Event (8-Game) – A$51,840
  10. WSOP 2014 -$1,500 8-Game Mix – $166,986
  11. WSOP 2024 – Event #29: $10,000 2-7 Triple Draw Championship – $347,440

Looking at the above list one may think—can Ivey win more WSOP bracelets? Only time will tell. From what we know of Ivey, nobody can stop this crusher! Here’s a video of Ivey talking about how he became one of the best poker players in the world:

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