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Phil Ivey wins 10th bracelet

With 10 WSOP victories, Ivey is now tied with Doyle Brunson and Johnny Chan for second all-time.

Updated: June 28, 2014, 5:12 PM ET
By Andrew Feldman | ESPN.com

As expected, Phil Ivey has been one of the most active players this Series, and entering Event 50, all he had to show for his tremendous amount of buy-ins were a few small cashes. Then, also as expected, the world's best came through in one of the most challenging events on the schedule. Ivey won the $1,500 eight-game mixed event to earn $167,332 and move into a tie with Doyle Brunson and Johnny Chan for second-place on the all-time bracelet list.

"It's number 10. That's a good ...

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