November Niner Michael Mizrachi Becomes Instructor At DeepStacks Live

Michael “The Grinder” Mizrachi has just signed to become the latest instructor at the revolutionary poker training site DeepStacks Live.
DeepStacks Live boasts one of the most advanced training systems available online, as well as having a formidable line-up of world class trainers including 1 WSOP Main Event winner and 18 WSOP bracelets holders with over $40 million in winnings between them.
If that wasn’t enough, now Team DeepStacks, which includes Mike “The Mouth” Matusow, Tom McEvoy, Justin  “Boosted J” Smith, and TJ Cloutier, will have their ranks further boosted by the addition of “November Niner” Michael Mizrachi.
With nearly $9 million in live tournament winnings and 19 career titles to his name, it was only going to be a matter of time before Mizrachi was approached by one of the top sites to join them. Finally, Mizrachi has decided to throw his weight behind DeepStacks Live, and as he explains:
“I had a lot of options after the WSOP, but DeepStacks Live was the right fit for how I play and how I want to teach others to play. They are the most innovative and hands-on training company.”
As well as teaching online, the site organises various live poker training events up and down the country including in his native Florida.
Florida state has recently abandoned its policy of capping the buy-ins for poker games at $100, and so the demand in the state is now greater than ever for players to adapt to the more deep stacked format of the game.
Michael “The Grinder” Mizrachi will be teaching in Florida on the 10th September at the Mardi Gras Casino, Hallandale Beach. Anyone wishing to catch up with him there or at any of the other venues on DeepStacks Live’s rosta can do so by checking details at

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