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Phil Ivey finally winning in Online Poker Again

Phil Ivey used to be the biggest winner in online poker with over $19 million in earnings. However, he's struggled in recent times ever since Full Tilt reopened following Black Friday. Under his "Polarizing" account, which was created in late 2012, he had lost $5.2 million leading up to this month.

But showing all the resolve of the 10-time WSOP champion that he is, Ivey managed to wipe away some of these losses. Just yesterday, he won over $300k while playing a combination of $2k/$4k Triple Draw and $1k/$2k Mixed Games. The session didn't open up quite how he would have dreamed since he quickly lost $79k to the German known as "SanIker."

However, he mounted his comeback playing against the likes of "taktloss47" and "bbvisbadforme," winning $223k here. Ivey then met "HoldemJill9" on the $1k/$2k Mixed tables, collecting another $103k profit.

The winning didn't stop since he also visited the PokerStars tables under his "Raise Once" name. Grinding against JasonMercier, Dan "w00ki3z." Cates and Mikael "ChaoRen160" Thuritz, Ivey netted $64k on the $400/$800 Mixed tables.

As mentioned before, the 10-time WSOP champ had fallen into a $5.2 million deficit on his Polarizing account. But he's since managed to trim this down to $4.5 million thanks to his latest hot streak. And that means Ivey is up almost $15 million for his online poker career, dating back to the early 2000s.

Of course, it should be mentioned that out of any poker pro, Ivey needs winnings the least. That's because he's done so well with businesses outside of poker, including entertainment/sports promotions and the Ivey League (poker training). He's also set to re-launch his social poker app, Ivey Poker, next year. And with Dan Fleyshman (former Victory Poker owner) has the new CEO of Ivey Poker, the 10-time WSOP champ is expecting big things from this in the future.