Phil Ivey $3.8 Million In Profit To Top 2010 Full Tilt Leaderboard

Phil Ivey almost effortlessly slipped into the top position of 2010 money winners on Full Tilt Poker yesterday, after notching up yet another winning session of $327,951.
Despite hitting a downturn last week to the tune of $1.19 million, Ivey has continued  racking up the wins since then and regained $1.66 million to go $3,801,602 up for the year.
Helping contribute to Ivey’s inevitable surge was Danish pro Gus Hansen, who lost  $1.1 million to the world number one at the weekend, predominantly playing $2,000/$4,000 Fixed Limit Omaha Hi-Lo.
Phil Ivey has been the most consistent winner at Full Tilt since he started playing on the site a few years ago, and in 2007 won $1.99 million, in 2008 won $7.34 million, and in 2009 won $6.33 million. Together with his winnings in 2010, Phil Ivey is currently showing a staggering overall profit on the site of $19.47 million.
Tom Dwan had been holding the 2010 pole position for most of the year and had topped the leader board with an impressive $6.6 million back in April. However, since then Dwan has given back around $2.85 million of his winnings to drop into second place just below Ivey, on $3,753,591.
Also, considering Dwan has played 260,345 over 3,692 sessions compared to Ivey’s 43,232 hands over 1,113, Ivey’s achievement becomes all the more remarkable. 
Hot on the heels at number three on the board is Jungleman12, who started the Durrrr Challenge 2 recently, and has already relieved Tom Dwan of $692,400 of his profits over 6,820 hands played. Jungleman12 is currently showing an overall profit for the year of $3,350,239, with his nearest rival LokoIsBack over a million dollars away on $2,278,274.
On the other side of the coin, Brian Townsend is the biggest loser for 2010 with losses of $2,534,059, followed closely by by Gus Hansen currently stuck $2,306,402.

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