Poker has many far reaching rewards for those players who imbibe strategies at an earlier age. Once a player has advanced tactics and internalized the winning nitty-gritty, those who with insurmountable aptitude launch themselves to get laudable finishes for whopping amounts of cash while building up on their reputation in the game. Michael Mizrachi is from the US, Florida and plunged into the murky waters of poker while young and builds up on his skills to get epoch-making wins and finishes at poker events organized at the international level. His first place win at the LA Poker Classic WPT Main Event saw him take home $1,859,909 prize money. However, there are other astounding accomplishments worthwhile in his resume.
At the fore, during the 2013 PokerStars.com European Poker Tour Season 10, he placed 16th, earlier that year he had finished 473rd at the WSOP NLHE Event 62, earning $7,720 and $24,480 respectively at both events. He also performed quite well at the 44 WSOP, 2013 Seven-card Stud and raked in $43,188. In 2014, he tried to win the WSOP NLHE 8-Handed unsuccessfully; he ranked 44th and got $11,141. Apparently, his first position at the Live Tournaments NLHE Ultra Deep Stack, is his best, he took $22,017 for this event. The WSOP has numerous circuits annually; this has enabled him to keep on trying to get the highly elusive gold bracelet. Weighing his winnings at the internationally acclaimed events, he is at WSOP to get first place prize and whopping money prize.
As of 2014, he has been active as he has played at WSOP circuits and other international poker events where he has performed impeccably well. He emerged 16th at the Live tournaments International NLHE Lebanese where he got $3,939, was 8th at the Wynn Classic NLHE and got $1,183 and also took part at the WPT NLHE Championship where he ranked 10th to scoop $10,628. With an array of winnings at different poker competitions, this player is highly determined to get more winnings; undoubtedly more breakthroughs in his career are in the offing.