In the first part of our coverage on the “The Top 10 Poker Pros On Hendon Mob’s All Time Money List – Part 1” we highlighted the poker pros who have made millions playing poker and shown that it is indeed possible to be consistent at winning over a long period of time and make millions on the felt.
The top five players featured in part one where Daniel Negreanu in first place with $36,546,094 in live earnings; Erick Seidel in second place with $33,538,037 in total live earnings; Dan Colman in third place with $28,925,059 in total live earnings; in fourth place is Antonio Esfandiari with $27,614,381 in live earnings and in fifth place is Fedor Holz with $26,701,371 in total live earnings.
Now we take a look at the players who rank from 6 to 10 on the Hendon Mob’s All-Time Money List
John Juanda – Rank 6
Indonesian poker pro John Juanda ranks number one in his country and number 6 in the world based on the Hendon Mob’s all-time money list with $23,873,341 in total live earnings that span a 21-year-long career. He was only recently inducted into Hendon’s top 10 all-time money list after his best live cash of $2,870,092 for winning the Triton Super High Roller Series Main Event in Macau last year.
Juanda had a very good year in 2017 and took home $595,581 cash at the Triton Super High Roller Series 2017 Main Event in July, a $747,332 second-place prize at the PokerStars Championship High Roller 8Max in May, and another $217,636 from the 2017 Aussie Millions Poker Championship.
Phil Ivey – Rank 7
Considered one of the best all-around players in the world, Ivey sits in 7th place with $23,856,033 in total live earnings with a best cash win of $3,582,753 for finishing first at the 2014 Aussie Millions Poker Championship’s $250K Challenge. Ivey started playing poker professionally in 2000 and his career has been studded with a number of accomplishments including one WPT title and 10 WSOP bracelets.
Ivey has not been very active on the poker circuit during the last couple of years as he has preferred to avoid the limelight. One of the reasons for this is because he has had to battle a couple of multi-million dollar lawsuits filed the Borgata Casino – Atlantic City and Crocfords Casino in London who accused Ivey and his playing partner of edge sorting.
Scott Seiver – Rank 8
Seiver made his name known to the poker world when he won his biggest cash at the Super High Roller Bowl in 2015 for $5,160,000. Since then Seiver has gone on to win one WSOP bracelet, one WPT title increase his bankroll to $23,075,730 in live earnings.
Seiver has not had a lot of success in 2018 so far but he did pretty well in 2017. He boosted his bankroll last year with his High Roller victories with a $270,000 first-place finish at the Aria High Roller 81, a $342,240 first-place win at the Aria High Roller 54, and a $232,632 second-place finish at the Aria High Roller 51.
Phil Hellmuth Jr – Rank 9
Nicknamed as The Poker Brat, Phil Hellmuth is one of the most popular poker pros on the circuit and is known for his WSOP success with 14 bracelets, 57 final tables, and 128 money finishes. His biggest cash came from the WSOP event The Big One for One Drop when he placed 4th place in 2012 and took home $ 2,645,333.
After 31 years of playing live poker tournaments, Hellmuth has grown his bankroll significantly which now stands at $22,227,568 in total live earnings. His most recent cashes were a $200,000 victory placing 4th at the $50K NLH Poker Masters event, a $364,370 payout for finishing second at the WPT Legends of Poker Main Event, and $200,000 cash prize for finishing first at the Poker Night in America King of the Hill.
Steve O’Dwyer ‘Mango’– Rank 10
O’Dwyer only started playing live tournaments in 2007 but he has built a steady bankroll which now stands at $21,281,670 in total live earnings. His accomplishments on the felt include one WPT title and two EPT titles. He started 2018 with a bang winning $769,500 at the 2018 PCA High Roller, only three months after he won a nice $1,520,565 from a second-place finish at the 2017 Asia Championship of Poker in Macau. The $1.5 million cash-out came so close to his biggest cash prize which was back in 2015 when he won the PCA Super High Roller 8 Handed for $1,872,580.
Apart from being active on the live circuit, O’Dwyer is also know on the online poker circuit as “MrTimCaum.” He recently got fellow poker player Fabrizio “SixthSenSe19” Gonzalez banned from PokerStars after accusing the player of soft-playing and collusion.
These are the top 10 poker pros to feature on the Hendon Mob’s All-Time Money list at the time of this writing. With the 2018 WSOP around the corner and millions of prize money up for grabs this list could change very quickly.

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