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Tag: michael mizrachi

UK & Ireland PokerNews Round-Up: Double Delight For Ben Dobson

The UK & Ireland PokerNews Round-Up brings you the most popular stories from the past seven days from our UK & Ireland focussed site. Dobson, who recently married, is on a real high right now after a...

2014 partypoker WPT UK Main Event Day 2: Former WSOP Europe Champ Mateos Back On Top

Just 51 players remain after Day 2 of the 2014 partypoker World Poker Tour UK Main Event. Adrian Mateos leads.

Mizrachi Eliminated

Michael Mizrachi's tournament is over, he's out after losing a flip with to Patryk Slusarek's on a board.

Toffel Triple

On the turn of a board, Michael Mizrachi had fired out a 30,000 bet to set Daryosh Rossookh and Danny Toffel both all in. Rossookh tanked for several minutes before calling and Toffel snap-called behind him.

Mizrachi Doubles Through Melin

Michael Mizrachi came back for one last crack at WPT Nottingham and he's just doubled up through Sin Melin. Mizrachi was all in with against Melin's and the board came .

2014 partypoker WPT UK Main Event Day 1a: Adrian Mateos Surges to the Top

Adrian Mateos surges to the top of the 2014 partypoker World Poker Tour UK Main Event on Day 1a.

Exits Like Buses

Michael Mizrachi has been knocked out, 'The Grinder' was all in for his last 6,000 with king-jack on a jack-high board but ran into ace-jack.

Two Pair vs. Two Pair

With the board reading , Marvin Rettenmaier checked on the end, and Michael Mizrachi bet 9,000 into a pot of around 7,000. The German sat scratching his head for a minute or two before making the call.

The Tournament Gets More Difficult

Former World Poker Tour winner Dominik Nitsche, Michael "The Grinder" Mizrachi, and the highly-rated Spaniard Sergio Aido are the latest players to have been eliminated from the High Roller event, and all three have jumped straigh

PokerStars EPT Barcelona Main Event Day 3: Andrei Konopelko Leads Going Into Day 4

Just 103 players remain in the European Poker Tour Barcelona Main Event after Day 3 with Andrei Konopelko leading.

Day 1a Chip Leader Michael Mizrachi Eliminated in Day 3's First Hand

In the first hand of the day, Day 1a chip leader Michael Mizrachi has been eliminated.

PokerStars EPT Barcelona Main Event Day 2: Ruzicka Bags the Lead with Bubble Looming

Vojtech Ruzicka bagged up the chip lead after Day 2 of the European Poker Tour Barcelona Main Event with 292 players remaining.

EPT 11 Barcelona: Michael Mizrachi Stays Secretive About his Strategy

We told Michael Mizrachi about our abilities to keep a secret, but the two-time $50,000 Players' Championship winner would not tell us his winning strategy. Mizrachi's doing very well during EPT 11 in Barcelona, as the featured table has been dominated by him on Day 2.

Mizrachi Finally Has a Real Hand, Gets Runner Runnered by a November Niner

Michael Mizrachi was up to an impressive 256,800, but just lost a 100,000 pot to fall back to just over 210,000. Mizrachi, under the gun, got his chips in against November Niner Andoni Larrabe in the hijack on .

Kitai Bugging Mizrachi

Michael Mizrachi started out as one of the biggest stacks in the room, but he has a neighbor on his left who can be quite irritant to deal with.

Welcome To Day 2

A total of 889 players will take their seats at noon, combining the day 1a (270) and 1b (619) survivors. The record breaking field lost a lot of players on the first days, but it's still huge.

PokerStars EPT Barcelona Main Event Day 1b: Lamarca Leads Record-Breaking Field

Day 1b of the European Poker Tour Barcelona Main Event attracted over 1,000 players alone and created the largest EPT main event on European soil.

PokerStars EPT Barcelona Main Event Day 1a: Michael Mizrachi Grinds Out the Chip Lead

Day 1a of the European Poker Tour Barcelona €5,300 Main Event concluded with none other than Michael "The Grinder" Mizrachi on top.

Mizrachi Busts Wang

Michael "The Grinder" Mizrachi just added another opponent's stack to his own when he sent Chaofei Wang home. Wang was all in with against Mizrachi's , and Mizrachi flopped a set of nines to finish off the man from China.

Mizrachi Can't Bluff Karlsson Off Aces

From under the gun, Jakob Karlsson raised to 1,200.