Michael Mizrachi Aiming To Top Poker's All Time Money List

Michael Mizrachi Aiming To Top Poker's All Time Money ListMichael “The Grinder” Mizrachi is on the brink of a major assault on poker’s ‘All Time Money List,’ after qualifying for this year’s WSOP Main Event final table.
The 29 year old poker pro currently lies 14th in the world, having already earned $8,802,094 from live tournament cashes.
However, if you add the minimum $811,823 guaranteed for a 9th place finish at the event, then that figure becomes $9,613,917 with around $4 million between himself and Phil Ivey in 1st place. 
Therefore, either a 1st place finish worth $8,944,138 or 2nd place for $5,545,855 would be enough to propell him to the top of the all-time leader board.
Third place and the $4,129,979 prize awarded would see Michael Mizrachi take 2nd spot with Daniel Negreanu (2nd), Jamie Gold (3rd), Phil Hellmuth Jr (4th), and Scotty Nguyen (5th) all relegated a place.
Nevertheless, almost any additional places he manages to secure for himself come November, would see him overtaking players such as Carlos Mortensen (12th) and John Juanda (8th). 
One thing is for sure though, and that is the Florida pro nicknamed “The Grinder” has been on a heck of a roll of late. Including his guaranteed sum for reaching the 2010 WSOP Main Event table, Mizrachi has already cashed in five events  for almost $2.5 million at this year’s competition, and it would take a brave man to bet against him going all the way come November.
However, Michael Mizrachi has a few obstacles in his path before he can lay his claim to the top of the ‘Poker All Time Money List,’ not least of which is that he will be starting the final table in 7th place with 14.45 million in chips.
That may seem a lot, but with the blinds resuming on November 6th at 250k/500k and a 50k ante, Mizrachi will need to muster all his incredible poker skills if he is to secure himself a number one place in poker’s history book.

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