Phil Ivey in Full Tilt Poker Revelation

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There has been yet another explosive twist to the ongoing Full Tilt Poker saga, as it appears that one of the sport's most well-known faces might have been implicated in some shady dealings...

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In a shocking turn up for the books, Ivey has found himself on the other side of the firing line, as it has been revealed from his poker account information that he was severely in debt to his former employers Full Tilt Poker – it has emerged that Ivey owed the fall poker giants a staggering $6.2 million.

The news is especially shocking when, as Ivey was at the front line of those demanding that Full Tilt Poker should return their United States player's funds, following the events of 'Black Friday' and 'Blue Monday'. The notorious poker legend even went as far as taking out a class action lawsuit against Full Tilt Poker, however, he later withdrew his legal action.

The news of the debt that is owed by the former Full Tilt Poker spokesman was broken by the website Poker News, who displayed this unbelievable headline: “Poker News reveals stunning insights into the relationships between Full Tilt Poker and their sponsored pros.”

Ivey was not alone in being named as a poker pro with skeletons in his closet (or poker account); fellow professional David Binyamine was also thrust into the spotlight in the article, as it appears that he too was lent money by Full Tilt Poker.

The relationship between the poker pros and Full Tilt Poker has been described as 'strange at best' by many industry insiders; some believe that the emerging news may indicate some shady dealings that have transpired between the likes of Ivey and Full Tilt Poker.

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