Team Full Tilt's Andy Bloch & Phil Ivey Finish Second and Third
the World Series of Poker $50K HORSE Tournament
Full Tilt Poker players Andy Bloch &
Phil Ivey are two of the top
poker players in the world and now we know why. They are on Team
Full Tilt and have been constantly representing Full Tilt in the
utmost manner. They played for more then 7 hours before it ended
when Bloch’s inside straight draw didn’t work out in the final
hand. Bloch collected over one million dollars for his performance at his
second final table of the 2006 World Series of Poker.
Team member Phil Ivey made his second table as well and earned
over $600,000 for his third place finish. The seats were $50,000
each and attracted 143 of the world’s best players competing for
the WSOP’s most prestigious titles.
HORSE tournament is almost strictly a professional event with the
players having to be highly proficient at several different types
of poker games and not just Texas Hold ‘EM. They need to know
Seven Card Stud 8/Better, Razz, Omaha 8/better and seven card
Full Tilt also had David Singer reach the final table and he
earned over $400,000 for sixth place title. Gavin Smith just
missed the final table but took home over $200,000 for 11th place.
The above players represent the fastest growing online poker site
online and player numbers have increased rapidly in the first half
of 2006 because of the WSOP exposure, bonuses and tournaments that
Full Tilt offers.
The pros also teach amateur players and you can
watch them in action inside the software which is exciting in
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