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Tag: michael mizrachi

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.

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.

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.

Mizrachi Takes One with a Pair

After a player opened to 1,100 from the hijack seat and Michael "The Grinder" Mizrachi called from the cutoff seat, Kyrylo Kustov reraised from the small blind to 4,500.

Wang Doubles Through Mizrachi

After getting up to 165,000, Michael "The Grinder" Mizrachi just lost 10,575 back after doubling up Chaofei Wang.

Mizrachi Runs Into Kustov's Higher Flush

From early position, Ukraine's Kyrylo Kustov raised to 650. Jean-Pierre Tseng Ah Wang — the player who ran into Michael Mizrachi's quads just two hands prior — called from the cutoff seat, and then Mizrachi called out of the big blind.

Mizrachi Flops Quads

Michael "The Grinder" Mizrachi has been booming here in the early levels, and just increased to 158,000 thanks to flopping quad eights. On the final board of , Jean-Pierre Tseng Ah Wang checked to Mizrachi.

Mizrachi Grinding in the Right Direction

Michael Mizrachi and the big blind checked on , and the player in the hijack position bet 4,000. The first player folded, but Mizrachi made the call. The hit the turn and both players checked.

Mizrachi Flushes Chidwick

As we approached table 45, Michael Mizrachi just checked from the small blind on . Stephen Chidwick on the button bet out 800, and Mizrachi check raised to 1,775. Chidwick added the needed 975, and they were of to the turn.

Mizrachi Doubles Through Hansen

It was only a matter of time before Gus Hansen and Michael Mizrachi tangled. With the latter only having 10,000 in chips left, it was an easy shove holding and an easy call for Hansen holding .

Mizrachi Takes Most

Omaha 8 We arrived at the table in time to find Andrey Zaichenko and Michael Mizrachi take a flop with a third player already all in and at risk. The dealer fanned and both active players checked to the turn.

Mizrachi Over Zaichenko

Limit Hold'em The board read when we found Michael Mizrachi and Andrey Zaichenko engaged in a hand. Zaichenko checked the turn and Mizrachi fired out a bet. Zaichenko called and the completed the board on the river.

Mizrachi Busts

Michael Mizrachi has busted from the Little One for One Drop. His was no match for the of his opponent, despite him flopping an eight on the flop.

Somerville Silenced by Koon

Michael Mizrachi opened to 12,500, but without realizing Mizrachi had raised, Jason Koon tossed in a blue 25,000-denomination chip from the button and announced 16,000.

One for Sippl

Shannon Shorr raised to 1,000 from the hijack and Michael Mizrachi, Zsolt Szabo, Roger Sippl and Jason Koon all made the call to see a flop. Shorr continued for 1,800 and only Sippl called as both players checked the on the turn.

No Three-Peat for the Grinder

Razz Back in 2010, Michael "The Grinder" Mizrachi topped a field of 116 players to win this very event for $1,276,806.

Mizrachi Needs a Few More

Stud We caught the action on fifth street when Michael Mizrachi caught a pair of kings up and bet. Scott Seiver made the call and on sixth Mizrachi bet again.