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Published: 14th June 2012 Written by Poker News
Updated: 4th December 2023

phil ivey 9 wsop braceletPhil Ivey denied 9th WSOP Bracelet in the 2012 WSOP Event 24 Omaha Hi-Low Split-8 or Better at the 43rd World Series of Poker in Las Vegas. Final Table players included some of top players in the game: Mike Matusow, Scotty Nguyen, Joe Cassidy and Bart Hanson.

Phil Ivey was eliminated in 3rd place leaving Joe Cassidy vs Scotty Nguyen heads-up at the end of Day 3.

Ivey missed his 9th bracelet again after being denied victory earlier this week when he was heads-up with Andy Frankenberger in Event 17: Pot-Limit Hold’em. Phil Ivey is on fire at the 2012 World Series of Poker after boycotting the series in 2011 after Black Friday/Full Tilt Poker where players funds were seized.

The Tiger Woods of Poker misses another opportunity to add a non-holdem bracelet to his collection, but he currently leads the 2012 WSOP player of the year leaderboard in points.

Phil Ivey would have increased his WSOP bracelet earnings lead to 4th place sharing the position with Johnny Moss.

Phil Ivey misses 9th WSOP Bracelet

Phil Ivey misses his 9th WSOP Bracelet, the poker legend has once again failed to add another bracelet to his collection just after finishing runner up to Andy Frankenberger in Event 17 this week. The odds were in Phil Ivey favor being the chip leader, but playing against a tough field of players including the legendary Scotty Nguyen and Joe Cassidy as the final 3 remaining players.

2012 WSOP Event 24: Omaha Hi-Low Split-8 or Better
Buy-in: $5,000
Prize pool: $1,203,200
Entries: 256

2012 WSOP Event 24 Results

  1. Joe Cassidy – TBA
  2. Scotty Nguyen – TBA
  3. Phil Ivey – $136,046
  4. Meng La – $102,260
  5. Gregory Jamison – $77,342
  6. Elie Doft – $58,873
  7. Bart Hanson – $45,084
  8. Mike Matusow – $34,748
  9. Ryan Lenaghan – $26,940

2012 wsop phil ivey

Phil Ivey WSOP Bracelets

Phil Ivey now has 46 in the money finishes in World Series of Poker events with a total earning of $5,610,289 prior to his latest win.

YearWSOP EventPrize
2000$2,500 Pot Limit Omaha$195,000
2002$2,500 7 Card Stud Hi/Lo$118,440
2002$2,000 S.H.O.E.$107,540
2002$1,500 7 Card Stud$132,000
2005$5,000 Pot Limit Omaha$635,603
2009$2,500 No-Limit 2-7 Draw Lowball$96,367
2009$2,500 Omaha Hi/Lo / 7 Card Stud Hi/Lo$220,538
2010$3,000 H.O.R.S.E.$329,840

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