Michael Mizrachi A Major Draw For 2010 WSOP Main Event Final

Michael Mizrachi A Major Draw For 2010 WSOP Main Event FinalDespite eight of the nine players at this year’s WSOP Main Event final table naming “Poker Player” as their occupation, one man stands out above the rest when it comes to sheer poker achievement.
That player is Michael “The Grinder” Mizrachi, who already has earned in excess of $8.6 million from live tournament cashes alone, and that’s not including the minimum $811,823 he is guaranteed for reaching this year’s final table.
Counted amongst his achievements is a WSOP bracelet at the 2010 WSOP $50,000 Poker Player’s Championship Event for $1,559,046, as well as two WPT titles.
Michael originally learned the game from older brother Robert, who is a highly successfully player in his own right, with around $4 million in live tournament cashes to his name, including a WSOP title.
The 2010 WSOP Main Event made history this year, when Michael and Robert, along with brothers Eric and Daniel all entered and cashed in at the same competition. However, it is Michael who has outlasted his brothers to give himself a shot at ultimate WSOP glory.
The ride wasn’t always a smooth one on his journey to become one of the “November Nine” though, and despite having an above-average stack on Day 3 of the competition, Michael saw his chip count dip to 1.793 million on Day 5 of the tournament. Nonetheless, he continued playing his excellent game and managed to boost his stack to 7.5 million by the end of day 6 and eventually reached the final table with 14.45 million in chips, at the end of a marathon 18 hour poker session.
Despite the obvious talent of the “November Nine,” Michael Mizrachi brings an already established following to the proceedings and, like Phil Ivey at WSOP 2009, will have poker fans greatly anticipating his final table appearance.
Commenting on his chances in the final, a typically understated “Grinder” said: “I just wanted to get to the final nine to take the pressure off of me. Now we can play some poker when I get back. I like my chances. I’m happy to survive.”

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