Phil Ivey was playing the $1,500 Limit Hold'em Shootout earlier today and during that time he was being blinded out in this event. Ivey busted out of the shootout and devotes all his attention to this one now. We're not sure for how long he'll be playing just one table since the $3,000 Pot Limit Omaha started around one hour ago.
Ivey just won a nice pot bringing his stack back up to right around 38,000. He and his opponent both invested three bets to see a flop and Ivey was in position on the button. His opponent check-called 1,200 and the turn was the . His opponent checked again and Ivey threw in 2,400. He got check-raised right away and followed with the quick call.
The river was the and both players checked. Ivey's opponent showed for a pair of aces, and mucked after he saw that the eight-time WSOP bracelet winner had for two pair.