Phil Ivey Voted Toughest Player to Beat in an Online Survey

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Today, TalkinPoker.com announced the results of their most recent online survey, “Who was the toughest professional poker player to beat?”

Today, TalkinPoker.com announced the results of their most recent online survey, “Who was the toughest professional poker player to beat?”

The winner, Phil Ivey, professional poker player extraordinaire, also happens to hold five World Series titles, was voted the toughest player to beat on TalkinPoker.com. He has used the last 5 years to build his name and skills in the poker world after winning his first title at the Omaha Event in 2000. Now referred to as the "Tiger Woods of poker," Phil Ivey has become one of the strongest poker player in the game of No Limit Hold ‘Em as well as Seven Card Stud.

The survey resulted with 3298 total votes over seven professional players. The top three players voted most challenging to beat were: Phil Ivey with 1453 votes; following Gus Hansen with 760 votes; and finally Greg Raymer with 456 votes.

With TalkinPoker.com being one of the fastest growing informational Poker site, members are able to retrieve headline news, poker tips and strategies, tournament information and join in forums messages from all over the globe. Special promotions are often advertised on the site for members to have a chance at winning free giveaways and cash. Its home for all poker fans to be up-to-date with the poker world. Registered participants on TalkinPoker.com are automatically entered to win a DVD Player complete with the special 2003 World Series of Poker DVD set featuring Chris Moneymaker’s, also known as the "Godfather of Poker", dramatic win.

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