Regarded as the best all-around poker player in the world, and rightly so, many would put Ivey as the favorite despite his short chip stack.
He's going into the final table seventh in chips with 9,765,000 but he'll be fighting harder than anyone else for the win.
Estimates put his side bets on this bracelet in the $10 million range and as we've seen before Ivey shines under pressure.
For a comprehensive look at his career and past head over to our Phil Ivey player profile where you'll find tons of pictures, video, analysis by Barry Greenstein and much, much more.
We've got high hopes for what Ivey can do to promote the game as a member of the November Nine. We just hope he's willing to open up a little and let the world in.
For a full run-down of the November Nine, along with quotes from the participants, click through to our re-cap.