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Phil Ivey crushes Million Dollar Cash Game

Ivey proved his dominance in the cash-game format yet again these past two days at the 2008 Full Tilt Poker Million Dollar Cash Game in London. The stone-faced Ivey absolutely destroyed his competition at the big game and ended up winning over $500,000, which guaranteed him the Million Dollar Cash Game trophy for the second time since the event started in 2006. Perhaps most impressive is the fact that Ivey was able to bank more than $500,000 against players like Team Full Tilters like Gus Hansen, Mike Matusow, Patrik Antonius, David Benyamine, Howard Lederer, Chris Ferguson, John Juanda, Andy Bloch, Eli Elezra and a few outside big-name players like Phil Hellmuth and Tom “durrrr” Dwan.

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