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Updated: 12th February 2014 Written by / Poker News

poker all time money listThere have been some changes to the Poker All Time Money List in 2014, some poker pros have had a successful start to the year cashing at the 2014 Aussie Millions.

Phil Ivey has moved up from 6th place to 2nd place after his biggest tournament win in the 2014 Aussie Millions $250,000 Challenge.

Still topping the Poker All Time Money List is Antonio Esfandiari who's biggest win was the million dollar buy-in 2012 WSOP The Big One for One Drop.

Daniel Negreanu is also hot on the heels of Phil Ivey with only a few dollars behind in tournament earnings in 2014, both players having success at this years Aussie Millions.

Poker All Time Money List 2014

The top 10 poker all time money list for the beginning of 2014, the top 4 players having more than $20 million in total live poker tournament earnings throughout their career.

  1. Antonio Esfandiari - $26,219,676
  2. Phil Ivey - $21,252,120
  3. Daniel Negreanu - $21,250,973
  4. Erik Seidel - $20,325,957
  5. Sam Trickett - $19,877,332
  6. Phil Hellmuth - $17,978,409
  7. John Juanda - $15,436,761
  8. Michael Mizrachi - $14,537,352
  9. Jamie Gold - $12,245,468
  10. Jonathan Duhamel - $12,168,610

Antonio Esfandiari

antonio esfandiariAntonio Esfandiari aka The Magician had his biggest win in a single tournament which boosted his tournament career earnings and put him into first position on the poker all time money list.

The tournament which made him the biggest winner in tournament poker was the million dollar buy-in 2012 WSOP The Big One for One Drop.

2012 WSOP  The Big One for One Drop
Date: 1st July, 2012
Buy-in: $1,000,000
Position: 1st
Tournament Earnings: $18,346,673

Esfandiari, although being a very successful player, would not feature in the top 10 had he not won this massive One Drop event which counts for about 2/3 of Antonio Esfandiari tournament career earnings.

Phil Ivey

phil iveyPhil Ivey is one of the most competitive players in poker, his recent win in the 2014 Aussie Millions $250,000 Challenge pushed him up to 2nd place in the poker all time money list.

Ivey was dormant for a few years during the Black Friday/ Full Tilt Poker era but he is back in action flying the Ivey Poker badge.

His latest win is his biggest win to date and adds a decent $3,5 million to the total Phil Ivey tournament career earnings.

2014 Aussie Millions $250,000 Challenge
Date: 9th February, 2014
Buy-in: AUD$250,000
Position: 1st
Tournament Earnings: $3,582,753

Daniel Negreanu

daniel negreanuTeam PokerStars Pro, Daniel Negreanu aka Kid Poker was running good at the 2014 Aussie Millions, despite not winning any titles he had two decent final table cashes to secure his 3rd place position.

Negreanu had a successful 2013 and has set himself some goals for an even more successful 2014 almost surpassing his 2013 winnings in the first two months of 2014.

Daniel Negreanu tournament career earnings are very close to Phil Ivey's with just a few thousand dollars difference on the Poker All Time Money List.

2014 Aussie Millions Poker $250,000 Challenge
Date: 9th February, 2014
Buy-in: AUD$250,000
Position: 4th
Tournament Earnings: $1,119,610

2014 Aussie Millions Poker $100,000 Challenge
Date: 7th February, 2014
Buy-in: AUD$100,000
Position: 6th
Tournament Earnings: $492,593

2013 WSOPE High Roller Event
Date: 21st October, 2013
Buy-in: €25,600
Position: 1st
Tournament Earnings: $979,955

2013 WSOP Asia-Pacific
Date: 11th April, 2013
Buy-in: AUD$10,000
Position: 1st
Tournament Earnings: $1,087,160

Erik Seidel

erik seidelErik Seidel aka the Seiborg had a good run in 2011 but has not won any titles since, the ex-Full Tilt Poker pro is still very active on the tournament circuit with a few 2nd and 3rd place finishes.

2014 Aussie Millions $100,000 Challenge
Date: 7th February, 2014
Buy-in: AUD$100,000
Position: 3rd
Tournament Earnings: $963,691

2013 WPT Five Diamond Poker Classic High Roller Event
Date: 8th December, 2013
Buy-in: $100,000
Position: 2nd
Tournament Earnings: $650,100

2011 Five Star World Poker Classic Super High Roller Event
Date: 18th May, 2011
Buy-in: $100,000
Position: 1st
Tournament Earnings: $1,092,780

2011 Aussie Millions Super High Roller
Date: 27th January. 2011
Buy-in: AUD$250,000
Position: 1st
Tournament Earnings: $2,472,555

Sam Trickett

sam trickettSam Trickett is the only UK player to feature in the top 10 poker all time money list, his biggest win was the 2nd place finish in the 2012 WSOP The Big One for One Drop.

Sam Trickett tournament career earnings have steadily been increasing with a few titles but has since dropped from 2nd place to 6th place on the 2014 poker all time money list.

Trickett has not yet had any success in tournament cashes at the start of 2014.

2013 Aussie Millions $250,000 Challenge
Date: 1st February, 2013
Buy-in: AUD$250,000
Position: 1st
Tournament Earnings: $2,111,397

2012 WSOP The Big One for One Drop
Date: 1st July, 2012
Buy-in: $1,000,000
Position: 2nd
Tournament Earnings: $10,112,001

2011 Partouche Poker Tour Main Event
Date: 12th September, 2011
Buy-in: €8,500
Position: 1st
Tournament Earnings: $1,364,666

2011 Aussie Millions Super High Roller
Date: 27th January, 2011
Buy-in: AUD$250,000
Position: 2nd
Tournament Earnings: $1,384,631

2011 Aussie Millions $100,000 Challenge
Date: 22nd January, 2011
Buy-in: AUD$100,000
Position: 1st
Tournament Earnings: $1,508,258

Phil Hellmuth

phil hellmuthPhil Hellmuth, with 13 WSOP bracelets to his name has not had much success in 2013 or the start of 2014.

Hellmuth is currently 6th on the poker all time money list moving down the list from 4th place due to the lack of any recent cashes.

2012 was Hellmuth last successful year with some decent cashes and the title at the WSOP Europe Main Event.

2012 WSOPE Main Event
Date: 29th September, 2012
Buy-in: €10,000
Position: 1st
Tournament Earnings: $1,333,841

2012 WSOP The Big One for One Drop
Date: 1st July 2012
Buy-in: $1,000,000
Position: 4th
Tournament Earnings: $2,645,333

John Juanda

john juandaJohn Juanda is the most successful Indonesian-born poker player and also ex-Full Tilt Poker pro who has been on the live poker tournament circuit since 1997.

Juanda has won five WSOP bracelets throughout his career, his last big tournament wins include:

2012 WSOPE Majestic Roller
Date: 2nd October 2012
Buy-in: €51,000
Position: 2nd
Tournament Earnings: $782,789

2012 Macau Super High Roller
Date: 31st August, 2012
Buy-in: $258,000
Position: 5th
Tournament Earnings: $1,645,753

2008 WSOPE World Championship
Date: 27th September, 2008
Buy-in: £ 10,350
Position: 1st
Tournament Earnings: $1,580,096

Michael Mizrachi

michael mizrachiMichael Mizrachi aka The Grinder has been active on the tournament circuit since 2004, his ten year live poker tournament career includes: 5 WSOP titles and 2 WPT titles.

Mizrachi was also an ex-Full Tilt Poker pro and former Lock Poker pro, Mizrachi is currently in 8th position on the poker all time money list.

Here a list of the biggest wins on Michael Mizrachi tournament career earnings:

2012 WSOP Poker Players Championship
Date: 24 June, 2012
Buy-in: $50,000
Position: 1st
Tournament Earnings: $1,451,527

2011 WSOPE Mixed Event
Date: 12th October, 2011
Buy-in: €10,400
Position: 1st
Tournament Earnings: $448,861

2010 WSOP Main Event
Date: 5th July, 2010
Buy-in: $10,000
Position: 5th
Tournament Earnings: $2,332,992

2010 WSOP Poker Players Championship
Date: 28th May, 2010
Buy-in: $50,000
Position: 1st
Tournament Earnings: $1,559,046

2006 WPT Borgata Winter Open
Date: 26th January, 2006
Buy-in: $10,000
Position: 1st
Tournament Earnings: $ 1,173,373

2005 WPT L.A. Poker Classic Main Event
Date: 18th February, 2005
Buy-in: $10,000
Position: 1st
Tournament Earnings: $1,859,909

Jamie Gold

jamie goldJamie Gold's biggest claim to fame was his  $12 million dollar win at the 2006 WSOP Main Event, this was the biggest Main Event payout in World Series of Poker history.

Jamie Gold still remain in 9th position on the poker all time money list despite never earning more than $100k in any other live poker tournament since 2006.

2006 WSOP Main Event
Date: 28th July, 2006
Buy-in: $10,000
Position: 1st
Tournament Earnings: $12,000,000

Jonathan Duhamel

jonathan duhamelCanadian poker pro Jonathan Duhamel's biggest claim to fame was his first place finish in the 2010 WSOP Main Event where he won close to $9 million dollars.

Duhamel recently surpassed Joe Hachem to claim 10th place on the poker all time money list with a couple of small tournament cashes since his big win in 2010.

2011 EPT Deauville High Roller
Date: 30th January, 2011
Buy-in: €10,300
Position: 1st
Tournament Earnings: $272,209

2010 WSOP Main Event
Date: 5th July, 2010
Buy-in: $10,000
Position: 1st
Tournament Earnings: $8,944,310

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