Phil Ivey was very active in the lastest round of Omaha H/L. He doubled up short-stacked Alexander Kravchenko when Kravchenko raised all in with . Ivey called from the big blind with , but couldn't come out ahead when the board fell .
Still, Ivey has added about 100,000 to his stack since the break. In a hand against John Hennigan, Ivey raised from the cutoff and then called Hennigan's three-bet from the button.
The flop fell and Ivey check-raised a Hennigan bet. Hennigan called to see the turn and proceeded to call Ivey's bet. However, he folded to Ivey's river bet after the fell.