Phil Ivey is becoming a personable promotion machine. As high stakes poker games dry up for the man considered to be the biggest poker talent on the planet, Ivey looks to spend more time on various business ventures. Number one on his list – Ivey Poker. In this video Ivey sits down to a one-on-one interview with Bluff Magazine's Thomas Keeling to talk all things training videos.
With the Big Game moving from Vegas to Macau (and a spot in London) Ivey finds himself with some time on his hands and he plans to use that to show people how to get better at poker. Ivey talks about wanting to make videos for all the games, which he hopes brings more people into a variety of disciplines thus expanding the game. As for making the games tougher by exposing his secrets – he says bring it on. Tougher is better. Poker is a tough game of adjustments and while he may be giving up a little to his opponents, he knows he’ll be able to out maneuver them in the long run.