The player under the gun opened to 250 and the player in the cutoff tossed out a call. Phil Ivey flicked calling chips off his stack and into the middle from the big blind and the three players were off to the flop.
All three checked a flop of and fourth street brought the . Ivey casually placed a bet of 500 into the center and both of his opponents shot their hands into the muck quickly.
Last year this question was answered with 474 yeses. One of the most prestigious tournaments of the summer was won by Joe Ebanks, who beat Chris Moorman heads up. The final table was filled with superstars, since Bertrand 'Elky' Grospellier, Tristan Wade, Taylor Paur and Mike Sowers als managed to reach the final six.
This year the $10,000 Six-Handed event is back, and once again we expect an amazing field filled with fearless players. On the first day of play the players will have to fight themselves through ten levels of deep stacked shorthanded poker, and that won't be easy!
Everyone will start today's event with 30,000 tournament chips, and every level will take one hour. Make sure to follow PokerNews as we bring you three days of three, four and five-betting action!